The Meet a Master, Create a Masterpiece Roadshow provides visual arts programming to afterschool students. Currently the Museum partners with the Delray Beach Boys & Girls Club, the Milagro Center in Delray Beach, the Youth Activity Center at Veterans Park in Boca Raton, the Florence Fuller Development Center, both the east and west sites in Boca Raton and the Get Smart Afterschool Center in Coconut Creek. These facilities provide after school activities for students from local schools. The goals of the Meet a Master, Create a Masterpiece Roadshow program are to assist the children (grades 1-5 and 6-12) in learning how to look at art by facilitating critical thinking skills, exploring visual thinking strategies, practicing aesthetic scanning and becoming lifelong Museum visitors.
Through a PowerPoint presentation, the participants learn about a master from the Museum’s Permanent collection. Concentrating on that specific artist for two weeks, the children create their own artworks in the style of the focus artist with the support of a Museum art instructor. Following each six week session, the children visit the Museum for a docent-led tour to view the original artwork.
This program is sponsored in part by the Wells Fargo Foundation.
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