New Project from the Getty Museum

Open Studio: A Collection of Art Making Ideas from Artists

In conjunction with Los Angeles-based artist and MacArthur Fellow Mark Bradford, the Getty Museum just released a new project that’s full of unique artist-designed activities. Through these activities, the internationally known artists (Catherine Opie and Kara Walker, to name two!), offer glimpses into their own art-making approaches and processes.

Although the projects are designed for K-12 teachers, some of these creativity-boosting ideas could be fun to try out at home with the 5 and older crowd.  Or, if you’re planning a trip to the Getty this summer, consider preceding or following up your visit with one of these lessons.

Interested?  Check out the Open Studio website here!

Camouflage Coloring Pages on TinkerLab

Camouflage Coloring Pages | A Creative Table Prompt

My older daughter and I gathered up crayons and colored pencils to play around with camouflage designs the other morning. I shared an image of our progress on Instagram and Facebook, and asked if anyone would like to play with some camo images. The answer was “yes,” so I  pulled a printable together for those who are interested. Coloring…

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