About the featured program: Get some face-time with samurai masks and helmets, and discover the expressions and supernatural creatures Japanese artists used for dramatic effects. Studio activities will explore how Kabuki theater actors also used bold movement and expressions to tell stories. Offered in conjunction with Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection.
About the featured program: Play around with the expressive possibilities of line in sculpture through movement activities and contour sketching in the galleries, and then build your own sculpture with flexible art wire.
About this series: Connect with artworks, new friends, and creative activities during Saturday workshops for children (ages 6–12) and their adult partners. Limit of three children per adult; no charge for parents.
About the featured program: Follow the "way of the warrior" and discover how details in Japanese armor express ideas like courage, respect, and loyalty. Then, create samurai-inspired rice-paper collages that show images and ideas that are important to your family. Offered in conjunction with Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection.