Art Rebels Club Week 3: March to the Beat of Your Own Drum – Clyfford Still Museum

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Kids and their parents play instruments in an art gallery

Families create music in response to one of Still's paintings on a family tour.

Art Rebels Club Week 3: March to the Beat of Your Own Drum

Thu, Jul 9, 2020, 12:30–2:30 pm
Venue: Clyfford Still Museum
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Art Rebels Club is at capacity and registration is now closed.

Join our new exclusive program series just for kids, the Art Rebels Club designed for rising 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students! On Thursday afternoons from June 25 through July 23, spend some time online with Clyfford Still Museum educators to learn about revolutionary kids, artists, musicians and writers, participate in movement activities and games, and just hang out and make art with other kids. The Art Rebels Club will culminate in a showcase on July 30 for everyone to share their art with the world!

Week Three (July 9): March to the Beat of Your Own Drum

How can music change the world? This week we will explore real-life rebels who create music. Find inspiration from musical rebels from across the globe, listen to music and move your body, and experiment with creating your own music to communicate your passions.

Schedule:

  • 12:30–1 p.m.: Bring your lunch, sign on, and connect with other kids in the club
  • 1–2 p.m.: Work with CSM Educators to explore real-life visual art rebels, discuss artwork, play games, and create your own art.
  • 2–2:30 p.m.: Make art and hang out together, sign off

Other weeks:
Week 4 (July 16): Flip the Script (Writers)
Week 5 (July 23): Who am I (Finding our identity)
July 30: Family Showcase

If you have already registered for the Art Rebels Club, you do not need to submit a separate form for each week.

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