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|Approval||Organizer will approve registrants|
|Registration Opens||Registration Opened|
|Registration Closes||48 hours before each shift starts or when space runs out.|
|Age Limit||Teens & Older|
The DoSeum's Artist in Residence (AIR) is a program that partners with professional mid-career artists who revel in the challenges of creating socially engaged works of art that allow children and their families exposure to Contemporary Art. By interacting with the artist’s work, children will appreciate both the artistic process and its products, connecting them through this art experience with STEM and Literacy themes.
This year's artists are Amada Miller and Mark Menjivar. During these workshops, children will be engaging in different activities relating to the exhibit's themes of space and birds. Community partners will also take part in the workshops.
Workshop dates and details:
Saturday 23 November: 11:00-12:30 Mark Menjivar-Audubon Society (Seed Bombs) & 1:30-3:00 Amada Miller (Scented Play-dough)Artist Workshop
Saturday 30 November: 11:00-12:30 Mark Menjivar-Marta Solis (Nest making)
Saturday 7 December: 11:00-12:30 Mark Menjivar-Audubon Society (Community Science)
Saturday 14 December: 1:30-3:00 Amada Miller (activity TBA)
|Requirement Details||Volunteers 14 and up.|
Please stay in Volunteer approved dress code, but something you will be okay in getting messy with. Some materials may stain.
Ready and willing to aid guests in making art.
Ready to get a little messy.
Able to help keep things tidy and assist the artist in leading the activities as needed.
If you are a ONE-TIME VOLUNTEER, please sign up at least one week in advance in order to receive paperwork and approve. Be sure to check your email for these forms. PLEASE NOTE, THE DOSEUM DOES NOT ACCEPT COURT MANDATED COMMUNITY SERVICE OR TICKET REMOVAL HOURS.
|Perks||One on one engagement with Guests. Meet our Artist in Residence!|
|Parking Details||Parking for volunteers is available in the back lot of the museum located on Brackenridge and Broadway Street or along the curb or fence on Brackenridge. You will need to walk along the sidewalk on Broadway to get to the front entrance of the museum.|
|Causes||Arts & Culture Community Early Childhood Education Education Literacy STEM|
|Skills||Artistic Help Arts and Crafts Child Care Cleanups Help w/People Painting|
11 Positions Filled | 9 Impacts | 20 Hours
Location: 2800 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209
|Workshop 1: Mark Menjivar||10:30am (CT)||1:00pm (CT)||Audubon Society, Seed Bombs||4/3||Over|
|Workshop 2: Amada Miller||1:00pm (CT)||3:30pm (CT)||Scented Play dough activity||0/3||Over|
|Workshop 3: Mark Menjivar||10:30am (CT)||1:00pm (CT)||Community Partner, Marta Solis, Nest Making||0/3||Over|
|Workshop 4: Mark Menijvar||10:30am (CT)||1:00pm (CT)||Audubon Society, Community Science||3/3||Over|