Free Outreach Programs

The Stark Museum of Art is proud to partner with the Orange Service League to provide FREE outreach programs for fourth-grade students during Fall 2016 and first-grade students during Spring 2017 to classrooms in Orange County, Texas.
Each program includes a hands-on studio art experience taught by an Art Museum educator. Programs are scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Maximum of two classes per session.

To register, click here.

Wired (4th grade)
Creativity will abound as students learn about Frederic Remington’s The Broncho Buster sculpture and create wire characters of their own! These wire sculptures will provide inspiration for students to write a plot summary including other main characters, the setting, and character descriptions for the story in which their character would star. This program is available only for fourth-grade classrooms in Fall 2016.
Totally Totem (1st grade)
Discover art from the Pacific Northwest as your class learns about American Indian totem poles! Students will create a three-piece animal totem using model magic and practice fine motor skills as they learn about two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional forms. This program is available only for first-grade classrooms in Spring 2017.
Murals (K – 12)
During January and February 2017, the Stark Museum of Art will offer a special opportunity for Pre-K-12 campuses in Orange County to help paint a panoramic mural that will be installed along the perimeter fence of the Museum. An Art Museum educator will visit each class at the participating campus to give instruction and guide the mural development. Murals will be scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
To sign-up for outreach or murals, call 409.221.6685 or register online.