The UCLA Fowler Museum hosted five different art stations designed to celebrate the power of drawing for children.  We loved the ample art supplies, friendly staff and creative stations.  Each station was hosted in a different part of the museum and was developed to increase children’s understanding of the exibits currently on display at the museum.


Rolling clay


Working with dad


Using fabric paint on a heavy textile to create a very long banner that hung along the length of the museum


Using painters tape in the Life in Ceramics gallery to create angled shapes
Angles are Logan’s favorite art style right now so he really enjoyed this.


Found an easy way to hold the tape while he “worked”


Looking to Korean Funerary Figures for inspiration for the last drawing activity


Leaping along the stamped paper and underneath the textile banner.
Art complete.