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Today - Monday, July 24
Art You Can Wear (B) (CAMP) Ages 9-12
9:00A-12:00P
Art You Can Wear
(B) Ages 9-12: July 24-28; 9 am-noon

Turn yourself into a walking work of art in this camp that will draw inspiration from a special exhibition of jewelry from the heights of French fashion.

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What's the Big Idea? (B) (CAMP) Ages 6-8
9:00A-12:00P
What’s the Big Idea?
(B) Ages 6-8: July 24-28; 9 am-noon

It’s been said that great artists steal ideas. More accurately, they fill their “idea banks” with thoughts and observations of the world around them.

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Art Taken Apart (B) (CAMP) Ages 9-12
1:00P-4:00P
Art Taken Apart
(B) Ages 9-12: July 24-28; 1-4 pm

Great art is made from a few basic elements and principles. Join us to crack the code to identify the different parts of art!

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for more information!

 
Drawing: Beyond the Doodle (D) (CAMP) Ages 6-8
1:00P-4:00P
Drawing: Beyond the Doodle
(D) Ages 6-8: July 24-28; 1-4 pm

Take your pencil beyond the doodle and start to draw like an artist!

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Wednesday, July 26
Public Tour
Bijoux Parisiens: French Jewelry from the Petit Palais, Paris
1-2 PM
Bijoux Parisiens explores the intersection of French fashion, art, and history through nearly 70 works of jewelry and over 100 original design paintings, fashion prints, and photographs. Elegant brooches, necklaces, and bracelets forged from precious materials reflect the same aesthetic, social, and political concerns that drove major artists from the seventeenth century to the mid-twentieth century.
Bijoux Parisiens, is free for Joslyn members. $10 for general public adults; youth ages 17 and younger & college students with ID are free.
Tours meet in Atrium
 
Thursday, July 27
Lecture begins at 6:30 PM; cash bar opens at 5:00 PM
Celebrating Bijoux Parisiens, Joslyn welcomes Emily Stoehrer, Ph.D. from the Museum of Fine Art, Boston. This free lecture "The Allure of the Past" begins at 6:30 PM; cash bar opens at 5:00 PM. No reservations required.

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Friday, July 28
Art Adventures
10:30A-11:30A
Fridays: June 2-August 25; 10:30-11:30 am
Drop by with your preschooler to see artworks in the galleries and to do a simple art-making activity – with a grown-up by their side – before coming to art classes on their own.

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Kent Bellows Mentoring Program Young Artist Exhibition Reception
6:00P-9:00P


This multidisciplinary exhibition showcases individual works from young artists and their mentors. Artwork sales will benefit both the artist and Joslyn’s Kent Bellows Mentoring Program.
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Saturday, July 29
Public Tour
Highlights of the European Collection
10:30-11:30 AM
Enjoy a Docent tour of Joslyn's European Galleries.
The collection  features distinguished paintings by Titian, Veronese, El Greco, and Claude Lorrain, as well works by noted Spanish and Dutch artists.
Tours meet in Atrium
 
Public Tour
Bijoux Parisiens: French Jewelry from the Petit Palais, Paris
1-2 PM
Bijoux Parisiens explores the intersection of French fashion, art, and history through nearly 70 works of jewelry and over 100 original design paintings, fashion prints, and photographs. Elegant brooches, necklaces, and bracelets forged from precious materials reflect the same aesthetic, social, and political concerns that drove major artists from the seventeenth century to the mid-twentieth century.
Bijoux Parisiens, is free for Joslyn members. $10 for general public adults; youth ages 17 and younger & college students with ID are free.
Tours meet in Atrium
 
A Night of Fashion and Music
6:30P-8:00P
KBMP teen salons feature original musical performances, fashion art, and digital animations from some of our area's most creative teens. MORE DETAILS >
 
Sunday, July 30
Public Tour
Women in Art
1-2 PM
Come to enjoy Joslyn’s collection of art created by women noting their role, influence, and significance in the art world.
Tours meet in Atrium