Join the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa for Imagination Day at the Hardesty Arts Center every third Saturday.
Next Imagination Day:
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Featured Activities for September:
- Weaving with Tulsa Handweavers Guild
- Woodturning Demonstrations with Northeastern Oklahoma Woodturners Association
When is a Quilt Not a Quilt? The Paradox of Appropriation, Jane Dunnewold
Turned to Perfection: From Nature Into Art, Northeastern Oklahoma Woodturners Association
FiberWorks 2017, Fiber Artists of Oklahoma
About the Program
Bring your creativity and we’ll provide the rest! Your family is invited to learn about the art of our time and experience it firsthand with storytelling, music, dance, and hands-on “make and take” art projects. Inspired by current AHHA exhibitions, this program fosters the development of life-long learning skills through gallery explorations, open-ended discussions, films, demonstrations and individual and collaborative hands-on art activities. Themes and artists change throughout the year so that participants have a new experience each month.
Third Saturdays, 12:00pm – 5:00pm
American Electric Power Foundation/Williams Family Studio
located on the Hardesty Arts Center’s second floor.
Families and children of all ages!
No registration required.
Free and open to the public.