Exhibitions

Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era
On view now through 09.17.17

Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era

An exhibition that depicts socioeconomic and political climates and contradictions, including vast discrepancies in wealth and social status, actions of political protest and social unrest, indigenismo traditions, and emergent youth cultures.

Summer Studio

(Su17.127) Sculpting Animals

(Su17.127) Sculpting Animals

(Ages 5-6) Sculpt your favorite animal! Using different materials such as clay, mat board, foam, coated wire and found objects, create 3D works of animals and their diverse environments.

(Su17.115) Tricky Pix & Optics

(Ages 6-8) Create art designed to fool the eye. Make 3D illusions on flat surfaces, fantastic sculptures and camouflage disguises to hide in real space. Use all kinds of materials to explore art and perception. You won't believe your eyes!

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(Su17.410) Traditional Animation

(Ages 12-14) Animate for the sheer fun of it! Explore the A-Z of stop motion animation using claymation, cut paper, collage, drawing and pixilation. Experiment with historic animation methods such as zoetropes and flip books to animate images.

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