You don’t need instruments to drum along with Reese. Grab some spoons, clap, snap and have fun!
Use patterns and color to create a vibrant Zentangle drawing. All you need are markers and paper. Download Lindsey’s pattern making template to practice your patterns.
Learn the basics of creating your own graffiti style. Join Yako440 for a step-by-step tutorial on how to create bubble-style lettering. All you need are markers and paper to get started.
Use the camera on your mobile device and the free app, PicStich to create unique photographic collages.
Russ leads us through his process to create doodles in his sketchbook. He encourages you to follow along or try some of his techniques in your own doodle. Suggested Materials: paper, pens, pencils, crayons, and markers.
All you need is your mouth to make the three basic sounds of beatboxing.
Join Ashley for some basic stretch movements that can be done standing-up or seated in a chair or bed.
All you need is your voice and listening ears to sing-a-long with Rebecca. This video is especially great for young children.
Percussion can be calm and create a mellow mood. Sing along and relax to the soothing sound of Reese’s rainsticks. No special instruments are needed.
Use the camera on your mobile device to create abstract photographic compositions with just holiday lights and aluminum foil.
Part one of this two-part lesson first explores creating the base of your drawing and introduces the use of pattern to map a composition.
This section introduces the use of color, pattern, and shape to create depth and areas of focus in your portrait.
Dance, snap, clap and have fun with Reese and his maracas. Ask your Child Life Specialist for an ArtWorks Egg Shaker!
Ashley uses fun and simple movements combined with children’s song favorites in this workshop designed specifically to get young children movement either standing or from a chair or bed.
Learn the basics of creating your own graffiti style. Join Yako440 for a step-by-step tutorial on how to create straight-style lettering. All you need are markers and paper to get started.
Shake your sillies out with Reese and his playful Lollipop drum. Grab an eggshaker, clap your hands, or snap your fingers!
You don’t need drums to play with drumsticks. Reese uses his drumsticks to create a variety of clicking rhythms. Use two pencils, your fingers, snap, clap or tap to join Reese.
Reset your mind and body as Ashley guides you through this relaxing meditation session.
Join Reese as he explores the sounds of the West African drum called, Djembe. Learn the difference between high and low tones, and you can simply clap, snap or tap along.
Join dance and movement specialist, Ashley Ervin as she guides you through stretching the upper body. This workshop can be done sitting in a chair or bed.
Learn to make a beautiful bouquet of paper flowers. All you need is paper, scissors, glue and markers to create this lovely craft.
Learn an additional paper flower-making technique with Lindsey to expand your bouquet.
More cowbell! Join Reese for this rocking good time. All you need are your hands to clap, snap or tap.
Sing along or just listen to these lovely pop-culture favorites performed by Teaching Artist, Rebecca Tilles.
Cymbals create a high-pitched vibration. Join Reese as he explores the sounds of his finger cymbals.
Learn basic dance movements that you can combine together to create your own choreographed dance routine. This workshop can be done from standing or seated positions.
Enjoy a variety of Cuban-inspired beats with Reese and his Bongo drums. You don’t need any special instruments to participate. Clap, snap, tap, or simply listen.
Explore using color and pattern to create an abstract world of your own.
Learn about an important transitional rhythm popular in African Drumming.
Create rhythms and beats using only your body.
Use wax paper and water to create a mystical landscape using the camera on your mobile device.
Abstract your background to create a dramatic composition using just the camera on your mobile device, aluminum foil, and a special object of your choice.
Use an empty paper towel roll (or a rolled up piece of dark construction paper) and a flashlight to create an abstract composition with the camera on your mobile device.