Thursday, 24 September 2020 13:05

Tang at Home Studio Schedule Announced for Fall 2020

Deborah Roberts, Glass Castles, 2017, Mixed media on paper, 30 x 22 inches, Tang Teaching Museum collection, purchased with funding from Ann Schapps Schaffer ’62 and Melvyn S. Schaffer. Deborah Roberts, Glass Castles, 2017, Mixed media on paper, 30 x 22 inches, Tang Teaching Museum collection, purchased with funding from Ann Schapps Schaffer ’62 and Melvyn S. Schaffer.

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College announces the fall 2020 Tang at Home Studio series. This series will be conducted online to ensure the health and safety of our audiences and our staff. The Museum building is closed to the public for now, but we are open online to bring the Tang experience into your home. 

Tang at Home Studio gives kids the chance to explore their creativity, make new things, and share their artwork with peers online. 

Each session, which occurs every other Friday at 5 p.m. from Sept. 25 to Nov. 20, includes an at-home looking and exploration of an artwork, instructions for project preparation and a real-time online gathering, led by Sunny Ra.

How does it work?

On Monday morning of each week there is a session, and an opening up of registrations on the Tang Teaching Museum website. Then on Friday gather online via Zoom to discuss ideas about the artwork, engage in an art-making activity, and share creations. To ensure a fun sharing environment, registration is required. The live Friday sessions are best suited for kids ages 5-12 and a parent or guardian, but everyone is welcome.

Tang At Home Studio Schedule:
Session 1: September 25 Landscape of Discovery 
Session 2: Oct. 9 Self-Portrait Remix
Session 3: Oct. 23 Get Up and Move!
Session 4: Nov. 6 Art in Action. 
Session 5: Nov. 20 Future Visions.

The Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College is closed to the public, due to the coronavirus, but is open online. For updates, visit tang.skidmore.edu. 

For questions about this program, contact Tang Museum Educator Sunny Ra via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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