Events Calendar

March 1, 2023 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Fall 2022 Session: (14 weeks) Wednesdays, September 7-December 14, 2022 (no class 11/23) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up
Winter & Spring 2023 Session: (16 weeks) Wednesdays, January 11th-May 3rd, 2023 (no class 4/12) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up

Lynden Art Club

Art club is a community of young artists who are independent in their art practice but value a place to exchange ideas and support and learn from one another. Students will design a long-term independent art project at the beginning of the session and meet for in-progress reviews, take part in creative art challenges, have conversations about contemporary artists and discuss their work with Lynden educators and their peers. Students will present their work at our final art club meeting. Art Club will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $352/$256 members per 16-week session.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration required. Register online now.

March 2, 2023 - 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Art + Nature Lab for Ages 7-11

Fall 2022 Session I: (7 weeks) Thursdays, September 8-October 20 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Fall 2022 Session II: (7 weeks) Thursdays, October 27th -December 15th (no class 11/24) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 – 11
Winter 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, January 12th-March 2rd, 2023 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Spring 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, March 9th- May 4th, 2023 (no class 4/13) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11

Lynden’s Art + Nature Lab engages participants aged 7-11 in inquiry-based art and nature learning, problem solving, and creative making. Over the course of each eight-week session, art educator Jeremy Stepien will take you on a series of art challenges and studio projects. Art + Nature Lab will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $176/128 members per 8-week session.
Registration: Registration is closed.

March 4, 2023 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm

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A Walk with Claudia Orjuela

Sessions:
Friday, January 6, 2023, 7-8:30 pm, Full Wolf Moon
Saturday, February 4, 2023, 7-8:30 pm, Full Snow Moon
Saturday, March 4, 2023, 7:30-9 pm, Full Worm Moon - Register by phone at 414-446-8794.
Saturday, April 8, 2023, 8-9:30 pm, Full Pink Moon
Friday, May 5, 2023, 8-9:30 pm, Full Flower Moon

Fee: $10 per session/$5 per session for Lynden members. Children under 6 are free.
Registration: Space is limited; advance registration required. Register online or by phone at 414-446-8794. We will make a final decision about running each moon walk after checking the forecast on the morning of the walk. High winds, extreme temperatures, and precipitation beyond a light drizzle will lead to the cancellation of a walk. If we cancel a walk due to weather conditions, you will receive a full refund.

Come walk Lynden's grounds with educator Claudia Orjuela, who will introduce you to the mysteries and unique features of outdoor life after dark. Discover the sights and sounds of the night in Lynden’s back acres and observe our monumental sculptures beneath the light of the moon. A bonfire and treats await at the end.

March 7, 2023 - 10:30am - 11:30am

Tuesdays in the Garden

2023 Winter Session (January 10-February 21): Alternate Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am
2023 Spring Session (March 7-May 30): Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am

Tuesdays in the Garden, designed for children aged 1-3, provides a nurturing environment where children’s curiosity and wonder are extended through play and exploration, and children and their caregivers learn and discover side-by-side. Join art educators Claudia Orjuela and Denice Niebuhr for hands-on art making and all-senses-engaged exploration of the outdoor world at Lynden. We’ll consider different themes, each designed to connect Lynden’s environment with children’s interests. We will encourage experimentation and the manipulation of art and natural materials to tell stories, solve problems, and develop relationships.

Masks required indoors for adults and children ages 2 and up. Social distancing will be practiced at all times. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $16/$12 members for one adult and one child.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration is required. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration does not guarantee admission. Once we receive your completed registration form, we will follow up via e-mail with an invoice for payment – or a notification that you've been added to the waitlist – and a confirmation after payment is received. Register online now.

To view a list of the session themes, click here.

March 8, 2023 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Fall 2022 Session: (14 weeks) Wednesdays, September 7-December 14, 2022 (no class 11/23) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up
Winter & Spring 2023 Session: (16 weeks) Wednesdays, January 11th-May 3rd, 2023 (no class 4/12) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up

Lynden Art Club

Art club is a community of young artists who are independent in their art practice but value a place to exchange ideas and support and learn from one another. Students will design a long-term independent art project at the beginning of the session and meet for in-progress reviews, take part in creative art challenges, have conversations about contemporary artists and discuss their work with Lynden educators and their peers. Students will present their work at our final art club meeting. Art Club will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $352/$256 members per 16-week session.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration required. Register online now.

March 9, 2023 - 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Art + Nature Lab for Ages 7-11

Fall 2022 Session I: (7 weeks) Thursdays, September 8-October 20 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Fall 2022 Session II: (7 weeks) Thursdays, October 27th -December 15th (no class 11/24) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 – 11
Winter 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, January 12th-March 2rd, 2023 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Spring 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, March 9th- May 4th, 2023 (no class 4/13) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11

Lynden’s Art + Nature Lab engages participants aged 7-11 in inquiry-based art and nature learning, problem solving, and creative making. Over the course of each eight-week session, art educator Jeremy Stepien will take you on a series of art challenges and studio projects. Art + Nature Lab will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $176/128 members per 8-week session.
Registration: Registration is closed.

March 12, 2023 - 10:00am - 11:30am

Photo: Sarah Zimmerman

Fee: $10/$5 members. Space is limited; advance registration required. Click here to register. Please note: online registration closes for each session the Friday before. You can register by phone at 414-446-8794 or in person day-of.

Join birder Chuck Stebelton the second Sunday of each month for a small-group, socially distanced bird walk on the grounds. Keeping to the perimeter of the garden, we’ll watch for seasonal migrants and resident bird species and seek out the best bird habitats to identify as many species as we can. Please dress for the weather and plan to walk in varied terrain. Bring your binoculars if you have them; no previous birding experience required. In the winter months (January-March), the walk begins at 10 am. In the spring, the walk begins at 8:30 am. For spring session dates, click here.

About the Artist

Chuck Stebelton is author of An Apostle Island (Oxeye Press, forthcoming) and two previous full-length collections of poetry. As a birder and Wisconsin Master Naturalist volunteer he has offered interpretive hikes for conservancy groups and arts organizations including Friends of Cedarburg Bog, Milwaukee Audubon Society, Woodland Pattern Book Center, Friends of Lorine Niedecker, and the Lynden Sculpture Garden. He edits Partly Press for Lynden Sculpture Garden and is currently a participant in Lynden's residency program.

March 14, 2023 - 10:30am - 11:30am

Tuesdays in the Garden

2023 Winter Session (January 10-February 21): Alternate Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am
2023 Spring Session (March 7-May 30): Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am

Tuesdays in the Garden, designed for children aged 1-3, provides a nurturing environment where children’s curiosity and wonder are extended through play and exploration, and children and their caregivers learn and discover side-by-side. Join art educators Claudia Orjuela and Denice Niebuhr for hands-on art making and all-senses-engaged exploration of the outdoor world at Lynden. We’ll consider different themes, each designed to connect Lynden’s environment with children’s interests. We will encourage experimentation and the manipulation of art and natural materials to tell stories, solve problems, and develop relationships.

Masks required indoors for adults and children ages 2 and up. Social distancing will be practiced at all times. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $16/$12 members for one adult and one child.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration is required. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration does not guarantee admission. Once we receive your completed registration form, we will follow up via e-mail with an invoice for payment – or a notification that you've been added to the waitlist – and a confirmation after payment is received. Register online now.

To view a list of the session themes, click here.

March 15, 2023 - 10:30am - 11:00am

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FREE
This is a virtual event.

HOME Multilingual Story Time features children’s books written or illustrated by authors, illustrators, and artists who have faced forced displacement as refugees, asylum seekers, or immigrants, and come from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and experiences. Designed for children aged 4-8, we believe that reading picture books is a way to share and discuss big ideas with young children. We end each virtual session with an art activity from Lynden art educator Claudia Orjuela. Follow-up activities will be available for download. Scheduled to screen every third Wednesday of the month, HOME Story Time is a collaboration with Wisconsin for Ukraine, the Milwaukee Public Library, the Islamic Resource Center, Hanan Refugee Relief Group, Alliance Française de Milwaukee, and Milwaukee African Women's Association. Videos remain on view once they are posted.

Schedule, Recordings, and Activities

January 18: Кузини Назавжди/Cousins Forever, written by Elisavet Arkolaki, and illustrated by Charikleia Arkolaki, read in Ukrainian and English by Halyna Salapata from Wisconsin for Ukraine. View the recording here.
February 15: Pelo Malo No Existe/Bad Hair Does Not Exist, written by Sulma Arzu-Brown and illustrated by Isidra Sabio, read in Spanish and English by Letty Nyamatutu. View the recording here.
March 15: The Lion Who Saw Himself in the Water, written by Idries Shah, and illustrated by Ingrid Rodriguez, read in Dari and English by Khojesta Faizi. View the recording here.
April 19: Sirenas/Julian is a Mermaid, written and illustrated by Jessica Love, read in Spanish and English by CK Ledesma from PEAK Initiative.
May 17: سميرة في العيد/Samira's Eid, written by Nasreen Aktar, and illustrated by Enebor Attard, read in Arabic and English
September 20: Quizás Algo Hermoso: Cómo el Arte Transformó un Barrio/Maybe Something Beautiful: How Art Transformed a Neighborhood, written by Isabel Campoy, and illustrated by Theresa Howell, read in Spanish and English
October 18: Війна, що змінила Рондо/How War Changed Rondo, written and illustrated by Romana Romanyshyn and Andriy Lesiv, read in Ukrainian and English
November 15: El Día de los Muertos/The Day of the Dead: A Bilingual Celebration by Bob Barner, read in Spanish and English
December 20: Kab Lub Vaj/Ka’s Garden, written by Maggie Lee McHugh and Dr. Bee Lo, and illustrated by Vong Lao, read in Hmong and English

Access prior HOME Story Time videos and activities here.

March 15, 2023 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Fall 2022 Session: (14 weeks) Wednesdays, September 7-December 14, 2022 (no class 11/23) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up
Winter & Spring 2023 Session: (16 weeks) Wednesdays, January 11th-May 3rd, 2023 (no class 4/12) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up

Lynden Art Club

Art club is a community of young artists who are independent in their art practice but value a place to exchange ideas and support and learn from one another. Students will design a long-term independent art project at the beginning of the session and meet for in-progress reviews, take part in creative art challenges, have conversations about contemporary artists and discuss their work with Lynden educators and their peers. Students will present their work at our final art club meeting. Art Club will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $352/$256 members per 16-week session.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration required. Register online now.

March 16, 2023 - 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Art + Nature Lab for Ages 7-11

Fall 2022 Session I: (7 weeks) Thursdays, September 8-October 20 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Fall 2022 Session II: (7 weeks) Thursdays, October 27th -December 15th (no class 11/24) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 – 11
Winter 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, January 12th-March 2rd, 2023 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Spring 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, March 9th- May 4th, 2023 (no class 4/13) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11

Lynden’s Art + Nature Lab engages participants aged 7-11 in inquiry-based art and nature learning, problem solving, and creative making. Over the course of each eight-week session, art educator Jeremy Stepien will take you on a series of art challenges and studio projects. Art + Nature Lab will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $176/128 members per 8-week session.
Registration: Registration is closed.

March 16, 2023 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm

January-May: Reyna Grande's The Distance Between Us. Click here for more information.
Additional titles TBD.

Fee: Free.
Registration: This discussion takes place via Zoom; advance registration required. Click here to register.

The Lynden/HOME Refugee Steering Committee book discussion group, moderated by Lynden’s Kim Khaira, is for those interested in firsthand accounts of displacement. We consider works of non-fiction and fiction, including autobiographical and semi-autobiographical works, by writers who have faced or are facing forced displacement as refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants. Where stories of persecution, historical trauma, and loss of livelihood are effortlessly conveyed by storytellers, journalists, and humanitarians who search out or stumble upon the lives of refugees, we seek out the words of those to whom these stories belong: the narrators who are the closest to their own stories, and the stories of their people, friends, family and, of course, refugees. Newcomers always welcome!

March 18, 2023 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

Photo: Molly Rosenblum/Sam LaStrapes/Kodah

Visitors must adhere to our social distance walking visitor guidelines.

Bring your canine friends for an afternoon of romping in the garden.

March 18, 2023 - 11:00am - 12:30pm

Virtual.
Registration: Free but advance registration is required. Click here to register.

The HOME Refugee Steering Committee continues its virtual HOME Conversations series in 2023 with more HOME: Conversations on Forced Displacement. The series continues to emphasize both active dialogue and actionable steps. Each conversation takes place in two parts, with a virtual panel discussion on an aspect of forced displacement followed, a month later, by a discussion about taking action.The series is moderated by HOME Refugee Steering Committee member Paul Vang.

HOME: Conversations on Forced Displacement examines relevant issues in contemporary refugee resettlement at the local level and across the globe. We hope to engage community members in understanding specific refugee resettlement crises as well as the larger issues of forced displacement, including its various contexts, while also providing an opportunity for participants to learn how they can get involved in local, on-the-ground efforts to aid refugee families and communities as they resettle among us.

As with all HOME Conversations, artists will be integral to our discussions and action plans, and we will be seeking ways to bring together diverse voices to forge solutions that extend beyond a specific refugee population.

Saturday, October 22, 2022 – 11 am-12:30 pm (Click here to watch a recording of this Conversation.)
Saturday, November 12, 2022 – 11 am-12:30 pm
Ukraine, Origins of Conflict and Its Continuation

Conflict in Ukraine has been intrinsically tied to the identity and history of its people and the region, shaped by geopolitics and relations to neighboring Russia. About 8 million internally displaced Ukrainians and 7 million Ukrainian refugees have been affected by the Russo-Ukrainian War which began in 2014 has now extended for over eight years. These conversations on Ukraine will discuss the root, the complexity, and the continuation of the country's crisis through the lens of Ukrainian scholars, artists and activists. In October, we present a panel discussion, and in November, we guide participants in an action-based discussion with a focus on impacting change in Milwaukee, both led by moderator Paul Vang. Panelists include Sonya Bilocerkowycz, Halyna Salapata, Misha Tyutyunik, and Karina Tweedell. For moderator and panelist biographies and recommended readings and resources, click here.

Saturday, February 18, 2023 – 11 am-12:30 pm
Saturday, March 18, 2023 – 11 am-12:30 pm
LGBTQIA+, Diversity, Intersectionality, and the "well-founded fear"

People with a sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual characteristic (SOGIESC) that does not conform to the sociocultural norms of their surroundings typically face public and institutional stigma. Those who are also refugees confront multiple and compounding forms of discrimination and societal exclusion; often, it is their LGBTQIA+ identity that leads to the dire need to have their refugee or asylee status legally determined. According to UNHCR 2021, LGBTQIA+ refugees are also at a higher risk of not having access to services that are available for all refugees, and they may require specific or additional resources. This session looks into, as well as beyond, the diversity of gender and sexual identities that nest beneath the LGBTQIA+ umbrella and identifies areas where the need for international protection and, in many cases, resettlement applies. In February, we present these issues with a panel of LGBTQIA+ refugee artists, advocates, and thought leaders. In March, we guide participants in an action-based discussion with a focus on addressing biases and impacting change in Milwaukee. Both sessions are led by moderator Paul Vang. Panelists include Amal Haj Sleman and Ammar Khalifa. For moderator and panelist biographies and recommended readings and resources, click here.

March 21, 2023 - 10:30am - 11:30am

Tuesdays in the Garden

2023 Winter Session (January 10-February 21): Alternate Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am
2023 Spring Session (March 7-May 30): Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am

Tuesdays in the Garden, designed for children aged 1-3, provides a nurturing environment where children’s curiosity and wonder are extended through play and exploration, and children and their caregivers learn and discover side-by-side. Join art educators Claudia Orjuela and Denice Niebuhr for hands-on art making and all-senses-engaged exploration of the outdoor world at Lynden. We’ll consider different themes, each designed to connect Lynden’s environment with children’s interests. We will encourage experimentation and the manipulation of art and natural materials to tell stories, solve problems, and develop relationships.

Masks required indoors for adults and children ages 2 and up. Social distancing will be practiced at all times. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $16/$12 members for one adult and one child.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration is required. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration does not guarantee admission. Once we receive your completed registration form, we will follow up via e-mail with an invoice for payment – or a notification that you've been added to the waitlist – and a confirmation after payment is received. Register online now.

To view a list of the session themes, click here.

March 22, 2023 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Fall 2022 Session: (14 weeks) Wednesdays, September 7-December 14, 2022 (no class 11/23) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up
Winter & Spring 2023 Session: (16 weeks) Wednesdays, January 11th-May 3rd, 2023 (no class 4/12) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up

Lynden Art Club

Art club is a community of young artists who are independent in their art practice but value a place to exchange ideas and support and learn from one another. Students will design a long-term independent art project at the beginning of the session and meet for in-progress reviews, take part in creative art challenges, have conversations about contemporary artists and discuss their work with Lynden educators and their peers. Students will present their work at our final art club meeting. Art Club will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $352/$256 members per 16-week session.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration required. Register online now.

March 23, 2023 - 10:00am - 5:00pm

The Lynden Sculpture Garden will be closed for maintenance on Thursday, March 23 and Friday, March 24, 2023. Normal visiting hours will resume Saturday, March 25.

March 24, 2023 - 10:00am - 5:00pm

The Lynden Sculpture Garden will be closed for maintenance on Thursday, March 23 and Friday, March 24, 2023. Normal visiting hours will resume Saturday, March 25.

March 26, 2023 - 10:00am - 12:00pm

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Fee: $20/$15 members. Space is limited; advance registration required. Click here to register. This workshop takes place via Zoom.

Learn about using native plants to design for four-season interest and year-round wildlife benefit. Landscape designer Justine Miller will teach design fundamentals and introduce you to great native plants for the home landscape. Different garden styles and planting methods will be covered, as well as texture, color, form, and seasonal interest. Combine art and ecology to create a beautiful, functional yard for yourself and your environment.

About Justine Miller
Justine Miller is a horticulturist with a background in landscape design and public gardens. As a designer her emphasis is on the utilization of Wisconsin-native plants, recreating natural communities or in combination with nonnative specimens, to create beautiful and ecologically functional gardens. She currently works as the Desert Dome Horticulturist at the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory.

March 28, 2023 - 10:30am - 11:30am

Tuesdays in the Garden

2023 Winter Session (January 10-February 21): Alternate Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am
2023 Spring Session (March 7-May 30): Tuesdays, 10:30 am-11:30 am

Tuesdays in the Garden, designed for children aged 1-3, provides a nurturing environment where children’s curiosity and wonder are extended through play and exploration, and children and their caregivers learn and discover side-by-side. Join art educators Claudia Orjuela and Denice Niebuhr for hands-on art making and all-senses-engaged exploration of the outdoor world at Lynden. We’ll consider different themes, each designed to connect Lynden’s environment with children’s interests. We will encourage experimentation and the manipulation of art and natural materials to tell stories, solve problems, and develop relationships.

Masks required indoors for adults and children ages 2 and up. Social distancing will be practiced at all times. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $16/$12 members for one adult and one child.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration is required. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration does not guarantee admission. Once we receive your completed registration form, we will follow up via e-mail with an invoice for payment – or a notification that you've been added to the waitlist – and a confirmation after payment is received. Register online now.

To view a list of the session themes, click here.

March 29, 2023 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Fall 2022 Session: (14 weeks) Wednesdays, September 7-December 14, 2022 (no class 11/23) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up
Winter & Spring 2023 Session: (16 weeks) Wednesdays, January 11th-May 3rd, 2023 (no class 4/12) | 3-5 pm | Ages 12 and up

Lynden Art Club

Art club is a community of young artists who are independent in their art practice but value a place to exchange ideas and support and learn from one another. Students will design a long-term independent art project at the beginning of the session and meet for in-progress reviews, take part in creative art challenges, have conversations about contemporary artists and discuss their work with Lynden educators and their peers. Students will present their work at our final art club meeting. Art Club will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $352/$256 members per 16-week session.
Registration: Group size is limited; advance registration required. Register online now.

March 30, 2023 - 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Art + Nature Lab for Ages 7-11

Fall 2022 Session I: (7 weeks) Thursdays, September 8-October 20 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Fall 2022 Session II: (7 weeks) Thursdays, October 27th -December 15th (no class 11/24) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 – 11
Winter 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, January 12th-March 2rd, 2023 | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11
Spring 2023 Session: (8 weeks) Thursdays, March 9th- May 4th, 2023 (no class 4/13) | 3:30pm – 5:30pm | Ages 7 - 11

Lynden’s Art + Nature Lab engages participants aged 7-11 in inquiry-based art and nature learning, problem solving, and creative making. Over the course of each eight-week session, art educator Jeremy Stepien will take you on a series of art challenges and studio projects. Art + Nature Lab will meet indoors in the studio at Lynden, masked and socially distanced.

In-person safety precautions:
Masks are required indoors (optional outdoors) for adults and children ages 2 and up. To view our Guidelines for Parent-and-Child, Youth Workshops, click here.

Fee: $176/128 members per 8-week session.
Registration: Registration is closed.


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