Have you ever been to a Friday Night Event at Museo Art Academy? Each Friday of the month, you can find instructors and students making art in the studio. We're excited for this Friday's Pizza & Picasso Night featuring Claude Monet! (Other Friday Night Events include Masters Night and Manga Night.)
Bring your kids to the studio this Friday to experience the awesomeness first-hand. The workshop starts off with a pizza dinner and fun facts about that night's featured artist. Then the instructor leads the class in an art activity.
Pizza & Picasso Night is a great event for kids ages 6 and up. We encourage students to come with friends and be prepared to have a blast! Many of our students sign up for multiple Pizza & Picasso Nights in advance because they enjoy them so much. This is a great excuse for parents to have a relaxing date night while kids are at Museo Art Academy. You can feel good knowing your child is learning, making friends, and having a blast while you're away. Or, if your child enjoys art, but your schedule doesn't allow for weekly classes, you can start with a few Friday Night Events to spark their creativity.
Past artists have included George Lucas (mastermind behind the Star Wars world), Edgar Degas, Nintendo's Pokemon, and the art of Disney's Zootopia. For upcoming events, check out our schedule here. We're excited for this week's event, featuring Claude Monet.
Welcome to the new Museo Blog. We are excited to bring you an insider look on studio happenings and interesting art topics. Our first blog series, Inside the Studio, gives a sneak peek into the various events and classes we offer here at Museo Art Academy.
Winter Break Camp
Winter Break Camp is a yearly series of art camps designed to teach and engage children over the school holiday break.
We can't believe it's already Winter Break! We paused regular weekly classes so students and families could spend time together. We took advantage of the holiday hiatus and held some fun Winter Break Camps at the studio. These 3-day camps gave students more time to make multiple projects and learn new art-making techniques. Not to mention, two weeks is a long time to go without art! We couldn't leave our art superstars hanging. We had a great showing of weekly students, on-site students and brand new faces.
Parents had the option of signing children up for 3-hour morning and/or afternoon sessions, with a supervised lunch hour in between. Miss Ashley taught the students how to make masks, prints and paintings in fun new ways. Here are a few photos from our first session, December 21-23.
Regular weekly classes begin again on January 2nd. Happy New Year!
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