DRAWING, PAINTING, PRINTMAKING, COLLAGE, CLAY, MOSAICS, WEAVING, PHOTOGRAPHY, ANIMATION, JEWELRY, PLASTER, WIRE SCULPTURE, WOODWORKING
Instructor Lily Worster leads this open studio class designed for adults and teens with physical limitations, developmental disabilities, and/or any neurodiversity. Art-making topics are tailored to new and returning students and include drawing, painting, sculpting, mixed media, and fiber arts.
What is an “open studio?”
Open studio means it’s all about choice. Students are presented with a variety of materials and are encouraged to express their own vision in a fun and supportive environment. The instructor presents the materials and how to use them, but the students are in charge of making their own art — and all the creative choices!
About Artistic Expressions
“Artistic Expressions” is an art class with creative, therapeutic, and social objectives, and helps build skills, dexterity, and self-esteem. Please stay tuned for our fall Artistic Expressions schedule. If you would like to learn more, please call our Natalie Bober, Education Coordinator, at 908-735-8415 x. 116 or email [email protected].
Tours & Art Activities for Individuals with Disabilities
Hunterdon Art Museum offers group tours of our exhibitions with or without a related art activity. Tours can be customized to meet your group’s special needs. Contact the Education Department, 908-735-8415, to learn more about our tours for individuals with disabilities or to book your date.
If you have a group of adults with disabilities looking for a fun outing, the Hunterdon Art Museum has just what you need! We can provide your group with a hands-on art-making activity in our studios. We can accommodate groups of 8 adults, not including chaperones. Tours and activities can be booked on weekdays. Please contact the Education Department to learn more.
Scholarships are made possible thanks to grants from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Investors Foundation, and donations by generous individuals.