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Winter Workshops

This winter break, the museum offers six days of concurrent workshops for 4–5 year olds and 6–10 year olds to take inspiration from artists on view at the museum. Each day dives into a different creative challenge, winter activities, and a chance to play through art making. Lunch will be provided, and participants may sign up for the entire week or choose à la carte from the program below.

Wednesday, December 26, 9 AM–3 PM
o Exhibition Focus: Robert Montgomery: The City in Their Echo
o Creative Challenge: Creating with the Five Senses

Thursday, December 27, 9 AM–3 PM
o Exhibition Focus: Lost Without Your Rhythm
o Creative Challenge: Art in Motion

Friday, December 28, 9 AM–12 PM
o Artist Focus: Elmgreen & Dragset and Robert Montgomery
o Creative Challenge: Spoken Word vs. Written Word
Note: This workshop is $32

Wednesday, January 2, 9 AM–3 PM
o Exhibition Focus: Robert Montgomery: The City in Their Echo
o Creative Challenge: Light as Poetry

Thursday, January 3, 9 AM–3 PM
o Exhibition Focus: Zombies: Pay Attention!
o Creative Challenge: Art Survival Kit

Friday, January, 4, 9 AM–3 PM
o Exhibition Focus: Lost Without Your Rhythm
o Creative Challenge: Frozen Movement



Prior registration is strongly encouraged.

$65 per class ($32 for December 28) / $285 for all six sessions
Members receive a 20% discount

Registration/Scholarship Application: 970.925.8050 ext. 133 education@aspenartmuseum.org

Waiting List
There is no charge to be placed on a waiting list for a Workshop that has reached maximum capacity. If a space becomes available, the AAM Education Coordinator will contact the first individual on the waiting list in the order of their request and give twenty-four hours for them to officially register before moving on to the next person on the list.

Cancellation Policy
Please note that tuition is nonrefundable. If the AAM is required to cancel the Workshop, the Education Coordinator will contact each participant individually and fully refund the registration cost or reallocate the enrollment to another class. Workshop registrations cannot be transferred to another person.

AAM education programs are made possible by the Questrom Education Fund. Support for Education Workshops is provided by the Melva Bucksbaum and Mary and Patrick Scanlan Education Workshop Fund. Scholarships for AAM Workshops are funded by Cari and Michael J. Sacks. AAM exhibitions are made possible by the Marx Exhibition Fund. General exhibition support is provided by the Toby Devan Lewis Visiting Artist Fund. Additional support is provided by the AAM National Council.