What is new at the Mu? Abstract art workshop for children

Mountains in the Moonlight, Gillian Vigil, age 8

Skilled artist Emily Vigil will direct an abstract artwork workshop at the Massillon Museum for students in kindergarten through fifth quality from 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sept 18. The workshop complements the exhibition “A Thrilling Act: The Artwork of Anthony Eterovich” in MassMu’s Aultman Overall health Basis Gallery. 

Emily Vigil


Vigil teaches preschoolers visible artwork in the Suave Living and Discovering system and normally works in her studio together with one of her have small children, ages 8 and 10.

“I am excited about leading a painting workshop for a wider age selection, which will join my very own studio practice with my instructing,” Vigil claimed. “Children already have a normal capability to simplify what they draw or paint into simple forms, and they simply appreciate manipulating artwork resources, so abstract art is a great workshop topic for them!”

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