Did you miss Kohl’s Art Generation Family Sundays at Home: Animals in Art? No worries! We’re featuring some of our favorite activities from the virtual event right here, on the blog.
Check out Brett’s animal drawings, and then make your own sketchbook.
- Paper (three or more sheets)
- Cardstock, thin cardboard, or any sturdy paper (to use as a cover)
- Pencil, hole punch, or stapler
- If using a pencil or hole punch, also: strips of string or yarn, or twist ties
To find more activities from our first virtual Kohl’s Art Generation Family Sundays at Home event, click here. And don’t miss the next virtual event, celebrating Día de los Muertos, on Sunday, October 18.
Share your animal art with us on social media! Tag @MilwaukeeArt and use #MAMStudioAtHome.
Kohl’s Studio at Home activities are designed to be enjoyed with the whole family, regardless of age. Families can work together to learn new techniques and materials, and to explore creativity. As with all new things, provide your child the support and supervision that they need for their developmental level, practicing safe use of tools and materials. You know your kids best!
Brett Henzig is the Youth & Family Programs Educator. He manages the Kohl’s Art Generation Studio, leads school tour workshops, and teaches Youth Studio Classes and Summer Art Camps. Outside the Museum, you’ll find Brett making art, rescuing injured wild animals, and spending time with his wife, dog, cat, and rabbit.