We’re living in a weird, unfamiliar time, so let’s document some of those items that have become crucial to our daily lives —masks, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, or more. We’re taking a cue from our summer exhibition, POP Power From Warhol to Koons, by turning ordinary objects into art. Join Manager of Family Programs and Accessibility Amanda Harmer for a no-fuss, all-fun virtual drawing session. No previous drawing experience necessary and all skill levels are welcome. Grab your cocktail or mocktail (suggested drink below) and draw together!
Participants must provide their own materials and have Zoom downloaded on their chosen device in order to participate. A link to the private Zoom class will only be sent to those registered via email. Registration is limited to 15 participants. Registration closes at 5pm on the day of the program. $5 for Members, $8 for future Members.
Supplies for this session:
- Mark-making tool(s): pencil, charcoal, or colored pencils (highly recommended)
- Paper or sketchbook (2-4 pieces and don’t be afraid of color)
- Items that have become important to you since mid-March (mask, sanitizer, books, cleaning supplies, photos, games, your cocktail, etc.)
- Bits of printed paper, especially papers with metallic tones to add a bit of shine to our drawings
- Glue or glue stick
Easy, Refreshing Watermelon Cocktails
- Watermelon juice or chilled watermelon (blended)
- Lime juice
- Fresh mint and watermelon for garnish
- Sparkling water or club soda (for a fizzy drink)
Pour watermelon juice, lime juice, and vodka (optional) over ice. For a fizzy drink, top with a splash of sparkling water or club soda. Garnish with fresh mint and watermelon. Enjoy!
Credit: Andy Warhol (American, 1928–1987) Cheddar Cheese, 1969, Screenprint, 38 x 25 in. (sheet). Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold, 1978.041