Second Saturday

Join us for our continuing nine-month program of gallery experiences and hands-on art activities for students in grades 3-12 on the second Saturday of the month. Participation is free, however pre-registration is required. 

Upcoming Sessions:



May 13 - Collage, Color, & Intent

Students will take a look at a painting in the museum and analyze how the artist's skillful selection of color enhances the intensity of their piece.  Each student will then compose a collage selecting just the colors that help get their idea across.  Materials: dry pastel, found papers, fabrics (including a sewn element.)  Instructor will demo color mixing with pastels, and pastels on fabric.


Instructors: Cate Erbaugh & Shannon Rankin

Saturday, May 13
10 am - noon



June 10- Shape Shifting


MoMAZoZo brings you "Shape Shifting"-- A three-dimensional form
building workshop using a variety of dynamic wood pieces. Students are
taught joinery techniques to enable fantastic, futuristic, mobile, stationary, expansive, and creative sculptural creations.

Instructors: Paula and Mike Wilson
Saturday, June 10
10 am - noon



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July 8- Food for Thought

You’ll want to bite into this Second Saturday…we’re painting pictures of food! Learn about color, value, proportion, and light sources and create scrumptious, delectable artworks.

Instructors: Justin Richel and Nancy Fleming
Saturday, March 11
10 am - noon

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August 12- MONOPRINTS, PATTERN and PASTELS!

Working with community artists, Elaine and Miranda Howe, students will create bold, black graphic images using a fun and energetic monoprinting technique.  Colorful pastels and markers will then be used to incorporate bright patterns and shapes into their pieces.  Come join us for this action-packed class!

Instructors: Elaine Howe and Miranda Howe
Saturday, August 12
10 a.m. - noon

September 9 -What a Relief

Students will create a bas relief tile with sculptural elements inspired by pieces in the museum’s collection

Instructor: Aria Finch
Saturday, September 9
10 a.m. - noon