Art Studio

Sponsored by 4Culture, King County Lodging Tax

The Art Studio focuses on traditional art practices such as drawing, painting, multimedia sculpture, collage, and ceramics that will be fired on site in the museum with a kiln right inside the studio. This is a space for kids, grown-ups, and visiting artists to create their own masterpieces. The Art Studio is also utilized for various museum programs and can be rented for birthday parties and events.

Art Studio 2

Classes and Free Programming returning Fall 2021

Play with Paint Wednesdays, 10-11am

Save the mess for us.  Join us as we splatter, roll, and stamp together in open-ended paint exploration. All ages welcome.

Free with Museum membership or paid admission. No registration required.

 

Play with Clay Saturdays, 9:30am-11:30am

Create with Clay! Come to our open studio time and get your hands moving as you mold a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Enjoy simply playing and practicing or for an additional fee have your artwork glazed and fired. Our low fire clay is intended for artists of all ages and allows your imagination to come to life in your clay creation.

All ages welcome. Free with Museum membership or paid admission. No registration required.

Diwali: Diya Clay Workshop Friday November 5th, 4-5pm

Join us for an informative, interactive, and fun celebration of Diwali in partnership with Hindi Time Kids. Diwali is a festival of lights and a major holiday celebrated by South Asians all around the world. During this workshop, children will learn about this holiday through stories, explore traditional sweets and create their own clay lamp (Diya) to be fired in the KidsQuest kiln. Families will come away with an enriched appreciation a cultural celebration and a custom clay lamp (Diya) to enjoy in their homes.

Friday 4-5pmDiwali: Diya Clay Workshop