There are FIVE new Art Boxes for the 2021 Halloween season!
The Art Box includes the link to an art tutorial and all of the materials needed to create a unique seasonal artwork or sensory activity. Boxes are best suited for ages 3 and up and activities should be supervised by an adult.
Create plush stuffed ghosts, bats or pumpkins to keep you company during the spooky season. Learn to create patterns and use hand sewing to customize a felt cutie. $35 all materials included. Ages 6 – 10.
STEAM WITH Miss Jena : HALLOWEEN ART LAB Monday, October 25 Virtual with Mt. Lebanon Public Library
Calling all witches, warlocks and mad scientists! Concoct a bubbling brew, transcribe an incantation or configure a creature from your imagination. Combine a variety of creative materials with principles of engineering and science in this year’s Halloween Art Lab. Live on Zoom.
Art @ Home Virtual Preschool Class Friday, Oct 22 | 1pm – 1:45pm
Pre-K students and a grown up will create one dynamic project based on the month’s theme. Play-based projects will include multiple steps and focus on experimentation as well as language and fine motor development. $25 all materials included.
Learn new processes, explore diverse materials and discuss interesting artworks that go along with the monthly theme. Use your class kit to create a unique artwork each class with local artist and educator Jena Schieb. For residents only.
Classes available for ages 3-6 and a grown-up, Ages 7-10 and Ages 11 and up all summer long!
All programs are FREE and hosted by Mt. Lebanon Public Library
Watercolor Experiments Saturday, April 24
What happens when you add salt to water? What if you introduce color to dry paper? Would it look different than wet paper? Become an Art Scientist and make new discoveries through the watercolor medium.
-heavy white cardstock or watercolor paper -water cup -paintbrush -paper towels -watercolors and/of food dye diluted with water -drinking straw or eye dropper -about 1 tbsp baking soda in a cup -about 1 tbsp table salt in cup -about 1/4 cup white vinegar in a cup -washable markers -aluminum foil -plastic bubble wrap -a damp paper towel -black sharpie marker -pencil -scissors -colored construction paper at least 8.5×11” -glue stick, Elmer’s School Glue or adhesive squares
ArtLab: Halloween Edition | Ages 8 and up | Saturday, October 24, 11am
Design and construct the head of a dragon using drawing and collage methods
I’ve compiled a list of basic supplies for those interested in beginning acrylic painting. We went over this list in the first session of Acrylic Painting for Adults at Mt. Lebanon Public Library. It is not meant to be comprehensive but as a starting point for those new to the medium.