WORKSHOP // Family Studio

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Saturday July 27

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9:30 AM  –  12:00 PM


WORKSHOP // Family Studio

July 27, 2024 | 9:30 am - Noon

Presented in the classroom located in the admin building.

Limited capacity. Advance registration required. 


TICKETS: Free for Members | $45 for the general public | $20 for youth (ages 8-17)


Join artist educator Shaunté Glover for a hands-on workshop creating polaroid portraits inspired by exhibition Guarding the Art: A Frontline Perspective. Guided by Glover’s expertise, participants will explore the relationship between people and art, capturing their own meaningful moments through portraiture.  

Family Studio is a collaborative workshop for children ages eight and up and their parents or caregivers to experience and make art together. Glover will guide you through the technical aspects of polaroid portraiture, while sharing insights into the artistic value of this unique medium. Each workshop includes a conversation in the galleries, followed by a hands-on studio art session. Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or simply looking for a memorable family activity, this event promises enjoyment for all ages.  

Workshop includes all art-making materials, instruction, and general admission into the museum. All children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.


About the Teaching Artist:  
Shaunté Glover is a Phoenix-based multidisciplinary artist, whose creative journey spans photography, film, printmaking, and sculpture/installation. Holding a degree from Arizona State University, Glover is known for her compelling exploration of identity and representation. At the heart of her practice lies a commitment to amplifying marginalized voices, particularly those of Black women, using art as a catalyst for visibility and community empowerment.