HOP INTO ART
Weekends at the Edward Hopper House offer ongoing family art workshops related to the artwork on display in the main gallery. Filling a gap in arts education in public schools, this workshop program gives families immediate access to high quality art, offering deeper insights into the exhibitions and local history presented at the Edward Hopper House.
Family Open House
Sunday, December 9, 12-1p
You’re invited to play “dress up” as Josephine, or other Hopper figures, and experiment with marbleizing paper to create your own miniature installation with artist Angela Fraleigh.
Sunday January 13, 12-1p:
Explore Hopper's iconic 1929 painting, "Chop Suey" with Nyack watercolor artist Janice Baragwanath. Janice is an Artist Member of the Edward Hopper House and a frequent exhibitor in the area. Her work has won numerous awards throughout New England. For over 30 years she has taught drawing and painting, specializing in portraiture.
Sunday February 10, 12-1p
"Silence Searching for Words:" Explore connections between poetic and painted expression in the gallery with Spoken Word poet Marcus John.
Offered along with Hop into Art drop in workshop; Fee: $10 per family, free for Household Members (includes admission)
PREVIOUS FAMILY OPEN HOUSE Projects
Sunday October 7, 12-1pm
Explore landscape with Nyack Artist Jayne Stuecklen in a mixed media landscape workshop.
Sunday, November 11, 12-1pm
Draw "urbanscapes" in the gallery with Bill Batson