What makes some colors standout and others fade in the background? Explore how artists use color to convey atmosphere and mood, then create a colorful artwork that shows off your personality.
Digital activity pack with art-making demonstrations, visual scavenger hunts, close looking prompts, and story time in English and Spanish will be available on Saturday, August 8.
Objects conservator Casey Mallinckrodt leads a discussion about conservation practices outdoors focused on the Wadsworth’s project to clean and restore the statue of Nathan Hale that has stood on the museum’s Main Street lawn since 1894. Availability is limited and advance registration is required. Resistration link available soon.
Talk begins outside the museum’s 600 Main Street Entrance. Visitors are required to wear a face mask and observe a safe social distance of 6 feet from others while on the grounds of the Wadsworth. No restroom facilities will be available in July and August and visitors are encouraged to plan ahead for their comfort.
Major support for the restoration of Nathan Hale was provided by a grant from the Avangrid Foundation. Additional support provided by a grant from the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Connecticut.