May 25 Wednesday
Explore a new art form in Studio School this summer! With a variety of in-person, four- and eight-week classes or one-off workshops — including traditional favorites and a variety of new subjects — options abound to hone existing artistic skills, create new ones or just have fun in the studio. Topics include 2-D and 3-D media, ceramics, fiber arts, performance and more. No experience required! Classes fill quickly: Check out the full lineup and register at okcontemp.org/StudioSchool.
- All Day Museum Admission
- 60 Minute Education Program
- Scavenger Hunts
Did you know owls swallow their food whole, bones and all? After digesting what they can, owls regurgitate a little lump of fur and bones. These are called owl pellets. Dissecting an owl pellet and identifying the bones inside allows your student scientists to study the diet of owls. Each student will receive their own owl pellet dissection kit and a small bag to take home all of the bones they find and identify.
May 26 Thursday
Does your kid love to create? From designing skateboards, jewelry, and digital characters to learning how to sculpt, write plays, and paint murals, Camp Contemporary offers a diverse lineup to keep your 5- to 12-year-old engaged, excited, and learning all summer long. All classes are held in person.
Visit okcontemp.org/camp to find the best fit for the creative youngster in your life.
Bored with your current quests? Join game master Jacob Frost to explore D&D “homebrew.” He’ll teach you how to create one-of-a-kind additions — craft a single item or spell that will dramatically alter characters! Thinking bigger? Learn how to significantly expand the game by revamping an entire set of rules.
Class is held on June 2 from 7-9 p.m. Registration closes May 30.
For more information: 405-951-0000, okcontemp.org/StudioSchool
Odyssey Leadership Academy, an innovative school for students 6-12th grade, is hosting a town hall May 26th, 6:30pm, at Provisions Coffee to share how we are reimagining education by offering students small, innovative classrooms; engaging, learner-centered curriculum; the pursuit of creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking; real world experiences; and opportunities to learn from the world!
May 27 Friday
May 28 Saturday