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  • Mar 19

  • Mar 21

    • 3 PM Pitkin County Library

      Story Art Workshop:
      A House for Hermit Crab

      Join us on Tuesday, March 21, for a program in partnership with the Aspen Library! Preschool-aged children accompanied by an adult are invited to participate in a story time and art project led by children’s librarian Noelle Edwards and Aspen Art Museum educator Courtney Kenny. This week we’ll be reading A House for Hermit Crab by Eric Carle and making our own special hermit crabs inspired by the book!

  • Mar 22

    • 3 PM Wednesday Workshop

      Wednesday Workshop: Youth Art Expo

      Free and open to the public. No registration is required. Drop in!

      As part of our upcoming Youth Art Expo, we are offering puppet-making workshops every Wednesday through April. Students will use a combination of materials and objects to create unique and dynamic characters that will be displayed in the exhibition.

  • Mar 29

    • Open to local arts organizations and their staffs

      Sahra Motalebi offers a series of in-person community workshops at the Aspen Art Museum from her ongoing project VOICE/S that began in 2018. These collaborative sessions expand the definition of the voice, inspiring a network of open-ended questions.

      No previous artistic or vocal experience required. All are welcome.

    • This FREE teen programming is part of the Art in the Field program, a series of visits to arts organizations throughout the Roaring Fork Valley.

      Registration is required to participate.

    • 5 PM Wednesday Workshop

      Wednesday Workshop: Youth Art Expo

      Free and open to the public. No registration is required. Drop in!

      As part of our upcoming Youth Art Expo, we are offering puppet-making workshops every Wednesday through April. Students will use a combination of materials and objects to create unique and dynamic characters that will be displayed in the exhibition.

  • Mar 31

    • Open to all
      Registration Required

      Sahra Motalebi offers a series of in-person community workshops at the Aspen Art Museum from her ongoing project VOICE/S that began in 2018. These collaborative sessions expand the definition of the voice, inspiring a network of open-ended questions. Moving between our individual and collective vocalities, we find unexpected poetics, multiple modes of expression, and listening as an aspect of the voice itself.

      No previous artistic or vocal experience required. All are welcome.

  • Apr 1

    • Free and open to all.
      Registration Required

      In a one-hour improvisational vocal-only performance, Motalebi produces phonographs, or voice-writings, that conjure relationships between agency, technology, playback, and silence.

  • Apr 5

    • 5 PM Wednesday Workshop

      Wednesday Workshop: Youth Art Expo

      Free and open to the public. No registration is required. Drop in!

      As part of our upcoming Youth Art Expo, we are offering puppet-making workshops every Wednesday through April. Students will use a combination of materials and objects to create unique and dynamic characters that will be displayed in the exhibition.

  • Apr 7

    • Free and Open to All
      Registration Required

      Join architect Chad Oppenheim at the Aspen Art Museum as he takes guests on an immersive journey through his firm’s work and philosophy that aims to realign and reconnect us to the world around us. His award-winning firm, Oppenheim Architecture, is known for architecture that celebrates the natural world and the inherent power of each site.