Brighten Your Winter- Be Creative!
The San Juan Islands Museum of Art (SJIMA) is excited to announce the winter 2021 family art program. As we can’t have live, face-to-face Family Art Days (FAD), try a free pandemic survival kit and take advantage of the SJIMA At-Home Family Art Packs. With the packs the whole household can participate safely in your own home.
Starting on January 30th, families will have the opportunity to join in the fun of the creative Take-Home Family Art Packs. The opening season packs include instructions and supplies designed by the talented Lana Hickman. Pick up is at SJIMA at 540 Spring Street, Friday Harbor. All necessary safety precautions will be in place for pick up and our volunteers. (See FAD COVID under "Learn" at www.sjima.org)
On Saturday, January 30th, the season’s first art packs for “Labyrinths–drawing and winding your way through mazes” will be available for pick-up at the museum on Saturday from 1:00-3:00 pm for those who have registered. For this winter program, families need to pre-register for each week's at-home pack, so we have enough packs available. The take-home kits will be offered on Saturdays through March 20. The spring program will be announced in March.
Supplies are limited, so register now at www.sjima–online.org/family-art-days
Sign up for the Jan 30 Session by clicking "RSVP" below:
Exhibition Sponsored by:
The free take home packs are sponsored by Leonie Griswold, Suzy Wakefield, the San Juan Island Community Foundation, Anonymous, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Washington State Arts Commission. We would also like to thank Barbara Marrett, Lenore Bayuk and John Stamey, Elan Video and Kings Market for their support.
If you have questions, please go to “Learn” at www.sjima.org or call Karen Woldtvedt at 360-378-4961