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While our in-person art education programs are on hold, we hope you will find some respite and enjoyment in the creative activities offered below, which are designed to get artists of all ages thinking, imagining, learning, and making art at home. 
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Bugs and Blooms

Learn more about pollinators, examine a flower up close, and play a bloom-inspired hopscotch game in this week’s installment of our series of online art prompts. The “bugs and blooms” theme was inspired by the intricate plant and insect creations of glass artist Wesley Fleming, whose work is currently on view in our Spotlight Gallery.

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Sights and Sounds Abound!

Roger Clark Miller (Transmuting the Prosaic) created a symphony out of traffic sounds. Try your hand at making art that is inspired by the sounds around you.

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Mail Art with a Heart

Channel mail artist Stuart Copans (“Postcards to Brattleboro: 40 Years of Mail Art”) by creating and sending your own origami mail art, decorated with a homemade rubber stamp!

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Follow the Bouncing Ball: Artists at Play…

Have you seen the giant striped balls by artist John Gibson, on view in the front windows of our Museum? This week’s art prompt will teach you how to draw three-dimensional spheres like these.

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Portraits of Power: Praise and Appreciation for “Essential Workers”

View Alison Wright’s photos of resilient women around the world, then draw and share your own portrait of a person doing essential work right now in your own community.

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Spring into Wildflower Art: Nature Journals

BMAC Education Curator Linda Whelihan offers a spring nature journaling and wildlife observation prompt for all ages.