The Stark Museum of Art offers a wide range of programs for adults including lectures, tours, gallery conversations, studio workshops, and more throughout the year. For a full list of offerings, see below.
Adult Studio Workshop
This workshop is currently full.
Learn how to create unique layered and textural prints using a variety of flat and dimensional objects with Teaching Artist Jerri Strickland-Hurt. This three-night workshop, Thursdays, February 3, 10, and 17, will introduce Gelli Plate printmaking to participants 18 and older. Participants will learn to make their own gelatin plate as well as use commercial Gelli Plates. Each 2 ½ hour hands-on session will meet from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Insights Lunch & Looks and Lectures
Insights Lunch & Looks and Lectures are a special series presented by Curator Sarah E. Boehme and guest speakers on subjects related to the Stark Museum of Art’s collection. This series provides visitors the opportunity to engage deeply with artists and works of art in the collection.
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Slow Art Viewing
Slow Art Viewing encourages the viewer to look carefully at works of art. On average, museum visitors spend less than eight seconds viewing any given work of art. The Slow Art method counteracts that tendency by encouraging the viewer to look at a few works of art for ten minutes each. This empowers the viewer to take control over the viewing experience and to make discoveries. You do not need special knowledge or training to enjoy and appreciate art. You bring your own perceptions and experiences to bear.