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Since 1939 the Currier Museum Art Center has served Manchester and the surrounding communities with quality, studio-based educational programs in the visual arts for students of all ages and abilities.

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Girl and Cub Scout Art Badges

Schedule an art class at the Currier Museum Art Center for your Girl or Cub Scouts to achieve new badge requirements. Students are taught hands-on lessons in clay, painting, photography or fabric arts. These two hour long projects are $165.00 for a group of ten and include a guided tour of the Currier Museum of Art. All materials are included, groups larger than 10 will be charged an additional $14.00 per student. Call today for more information or to schedule your troop’s project, at 603.669.6144, x148 or e-mail lkrikorian@currier.org

CLAY: Hand-build a piece of pottery in the Art Center’s clay studio. Experience the entire process of starting with raw clay to completing a finished glazed project. Choose from constructing a vase, tile, or clay sculpture using coil and slab techniques. (Maximum number of 15 students)

FABRIC ART: Weave a small tapestry or rug on a frame loom using rug yarn in bold colors. For the older students choose from projects, creating a hand-woven bag, weave a belt or headband from pearl cotton yarn. (Maximum number of 12 students)

PAINTING: Learn to paint a self portrait or landscape inspired by artists such as Picasso, Monet, or Matisse. Study the basic of line, color and composition. (Maximum number of 15 students)

ALTERNATIVE PROCESS PHOTOGRAPHY: Using the Art Center’s photography studio, learn alternative processes in black and white photography. With the use of light and transparent objects create interesting, abstract images. (Maximum number of 8 students)  


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