July weekly projects in the orchard OR take-home art packs available for pick-up Saturdays by RSVP.
The Summer 2022 Family Art Day projects have been designed to tie in with James Longley’s photography exhibit “Looking into Kabul” on view at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art from June 9, 2022, through early September 2022.
SESSION TIMES: On-Site Projects in the Orchard - 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Pick Up Take Home Packs - 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Participation is FREE, but reservations are required as supplies and space in the orchard are limited.
FAMILY ART DAYS - JULY 2022
(registration for July sessions opens June 23.)
July 2, 2022
Afghan Rattle and Bracelet
Keep evil spirits away by creating your own shaman rattle out of a tree branch and a protection bracelet made of ribbon, yarn, and beads!
July 9, 2022
Daily Life Photo Collage
Take photos of your own everyday life and then arrange them in a shadow box with items such as old toys or favorite rocks.
July 16, 2022
The Blue Mosque
Join us and build our own 3D version of the Blue Mosque in Afghanistan using poster board and colorful paper!
July 23, 2022
Weave your own bowl and small placemat from yarn and ribbon!
July 30, 2022
Extinct Great Felines of Afghanistan
Travel back in time with us to meet the Asiatic Lion in person and use poster board and bright paper to bring the lion back to life!
There are a few remaining spots open for the June 25 Session, "Afghan Folk Tales". RSVP today at sjima-online.org/family-art-days.
June 25, 2022
Afghan Folk Tales
Create a collage using magazine images!
Family Art Days are sponsored by Suzy Wakefield, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Leonie Griswold, National Endowment for the Arts and the Washington State Arts Commission.