The International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS), an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, has been awarded a $15,000 grant from H-E-B Helping Here supporting art and culture, removing the financial barrier for unique informal, family learning experiences. Programs include a virtual Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) program, free admission days and monthly virtual Workshop Wednesday programming with free supply kits.

Workshop Wednesdays feature monthly videos on art techniques, artists, and art movements. Viewers will also have the option of picking up a free supply kit for the workshop at the museum beforehand. Visit for program kit registration throughout the year.

Workshop Wednesday HEB Social tags

Virtual Workshops

Workshop Wednesday

Tape Painting | Watch Now
Foil Sculpture | Watch Now
Treasure Maps | Watch Now
Paper Collage | Watch Now
Flower Pressing | Watch Now
Paper Marbling | Watch Now
Card Making | Watch Now
Glass Jar Art | Watch Now
Lettering | Watch Now
Animal Drawings | Watch Now
Photo Collage | Watch Now
Zine | Watch Now
Chalk Pastel Drawing | Watch Now
DIY Loom | Watch Now
Galaxy Painting | Watch Now
Organic Line Art | Watch Now
Mixed Media Art LIVE! | Watch Now
Papel Picado LIVE! | Watch Now
Sketching in Real Life | Watch Now
DIY Mobile | Watch Now

IMAS YouTube
Workshop Wednesday Live

Workshop Wednesday LIVE!
DIY Mobile
February 17 @ 2 PM

Facebook Live, Online Pre-registration (limited quantity)

February’s Workshop Wednesday is about bringing together art and engineering!

Create a moving work of art, called kinetic sculpture, with wire and paper. Ages 12+. Kit includes wire, jewelry pliers, clear string, and various papers.

Workshop Wednesdays are presented by H-E-B Helping Here. #HEBHelpingHere #IMASartist

Note: Kit pickup is Saturday, February 13 from 10 AM-1 PM & 2-5 PM via curbside at the museum.

Upcoming Workshop Wednesdays:

March 17: Art Inspired by Women
April 21: Printmaking
May 19: DADA Poetry Collage
June 16: Cubism
July 14: Optical Art

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