Tracy Linder's Tractor Hides are currently on exhibition at the UW Art Museum. Tracy will be an artist in residence July 14-18.
Photo courtesy of the artist.
Paint Pony Express continues this upcoming week at the UW Art Museum. Montana artist Tracy Linder will be at the museum for an artist's residency throughout the week. She will be in the Shelton Studio working with students and teachers on art making projects, including paper making. Tracy explores themes of ranch life, ritual, the environment and the interconnectedness of plants, animals and people in her work.
Paint Pony Express is an afternoon of free art related activities at the Museum. Art, movement, music, and storytelling are explored during the activities. Students get to explore different artwork at the Museum, including paintings, prints and sculpture, and then get the chance to create their own art. Each day is set aside for a different age group, listed below.
The schedule for next week's Paint Pony Express is:
Tuesday, July 14, 1-3 pm
Ages 4-5 (Please note, parents must stay with children under the age of 6)
Wednesday, July 15, 1-3 pm
Thursday, July 16, 1-3 pm
Events culminate on Saturday, July 18 with Family Day from 10 am-4 pm at the Museum, where Tracy will be on hand to work with families to create their very own art and she will give an Art Talk at 10:30.
For more information on Paint Pony Express please contact Education Curator Wendy Bredehoft at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307.766.3496. Activities are free and pre-registration is not required. Please wear clothes that you can comfortably create in!