We have had so much fun bringing the ArtObet film on the road and as part of that, doing some hands-on-workshops, starting at the National Children’s Museum. The first week we learned about Claude Monet and created bridges of our own with pastels and watercolors and the second week we learned about Gustav Klimt and created our own “Tree of Life” with lots of sparkly gold and colorful symbols, inspired by the stories and projects in the film, Artobet. We have had such a blast! Jenny Huh, at the National Children’s Museum calls it, “Very creative, engaging, overall just generally fun! It was just absolutely phenomenol!” We are having our final National Children’s Museum workshops this Saturday, November 5, at 1:30 and 3:00. Stop by to join the fun and learn more about the magical journey of this great new film, ArtObet!

Creating a Klimt-Inspired masterpiece!