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While the Harn Museum of Art is closed to the public, we encourage you to get creative at home. We look forward to providing inspiration and art activities that you can easily enjoy at home.
Learn how to make your own recycled sculpture inspired by El Anatsui’s Old Man’s Cloth.
Cut, fold and decorate a paper crown of your own creation to wear or share.
Paint your very own imaginative world inside of a “mirror” and experiment with mixing colors to make new, out-of-this-world shades.
Learn how to create a work of art inspired by Yayoi Kusama's Infinity-Nets (TWOS) from the Harn collection by following these simple instructions.
The most vital skill at the core of scientific illustration is simply the ability to observe the natural world and the small details of a subject. You too can venture out into nature to observe and capture the wonders you find there.
Create a fantastic tale of your own by following Maggie Taylor’s practice of collecting, arranging and capturing.
View a Ghana Goldweight from our current exhibition Peace, Power and Prestige: Metal Arts in Africa. Then, create your own foil embossed object.
Surprise a friend or family member with a secret spring themed art message or scene through this watercolor resist painting activity.
Embark on an adventure with bookmaking by exploring three unique folding techniques. Finish your fold then fill the book pages with memories and tales of favorite adventures!
The Harn’s newest exhibition Dreaming Alice: Maggie Taylor Through the Looking-Glass features the work of Maggie Taylor. Her Alice in Wonderland-inspired photographs use found objects to create a story. Create our own story by creating a collage and bringing new life to objects.
Spring is here, and Earth Day is right around the corner. Enjoy the beauty of our world by mixing colors found in nature to create an Earth themed shaving cream marbled print!