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  • Apr 1

    • 4 PM Teen Artists Meeting

      Teen Artists Meeting

      Teen Artists will meet with and learn from AAM staff, guest artists, and our creative community partners at Anderson Ranch. They will explore and build their art-making skills and present their work to the public in the spring.

  • Apr 5

    • Join us for a mobile story art training session on Zoom with Vanessa Porras where she will be teaching educators how to conduct an activity based around Alma y cómo obtuvo su nombre by Juana Martinez-Neal promoting self acceptance, independence, and fine motor skills! In this particular art activity, we explore themes of self-acceptance by creating a family tree using our hands and fingers.

      Alma y cómo obtuvo su nombre by Juana Martinez-Neal is a story about a little girl who thinks her name is too long. Like many hispanic children, she carries the name of several ancestors.

  • Apr 7

    • Have you ever been curious about the process behind a woodcut? This Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. (MT), AAM Educator Vanessa Porras invites you into her art studio for Art Studio Live!, to explain the steps in creating a new woodcut, including design, prepping the wood, and more. Follow Vanessa as she creates a new design for The Black Arts Tarot Card Print Exchange project! We hope to see you there!

    • 4 PM Teen Curators

      Teen Curators Meeting

      The Teen Curators program allows participants to gain insight into different styles of curatorial practice. In this brand-new iteration of what has become a signature AAM highlight for teens, each curator will design their own creative project with support from museum staff.

    • Join us for a digital Sip & Chat series as part of our collaboration with Aspen Film’s Shortsfest 2021. To learn more about the program and how you can buy your tickets, visit AspenFilm.org

  • Apr 8

    • We are delighted to invite you to the next edition of “How To…” where Charlotte Burns will be in conversation with journalist Julia Halperin about how the art market and museums are behind the curve when it comes to learning from data. Topics discussed will include the results of an art market study of African American and Women artists and trends in institutional behavior.

      Julia Halperin is executive editor of Artnet News, where she oversees editorial operations for the world’s most widely read art news site and manages a staff of editors and writers in London, Berlin, and New York. Previously, she served as the news editor of Art + Auction magazine and as the museums editor of the Art Newspaper, where she oversaw international coverage of museums and other major art institutions. Her writing has appeared in WIRED magazine, the New York Observer, and New York magazine.

    • Join us for a digital Sip & Chat series as part of our collaboration with Aspen Film’s Shortsfest 2021. To learn more about the program and how you can buy your tickets, visit AspenFilm.org

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  • Apr 13

    • 7:30 PM Teen Council

      Teen Council Meeting

      Teen Council meetings happen every other Tuesday from August to May. Through this program led by AAM Educator, Elisabeth Strunk, local teenagers create and implement events for their peers. The Council follows the motto, “For teens, by teens,” to make the Aspen Art Museum a fun place for youth in the Roaring Fork Valley.