Morean Arts Center: Fall Art Frenzy Saturday, Oct. 26 – Family Fun

08 Oct 2019, Posted by Robin McGowan in Community, Events, Press Releases

Morean Arts Center: Fall Art Frenzy

Saturday, Oct. 26 – Family Fun

St. Petersburg, FL (Saturday, October 26, 2019) – The Morean Arts Center will host the Fall Art Frenzy on Saturday, October 26th from 10 am to 2 pm. The opportunity to view gallery exhibits and participate in child-friendly interactive art experiences is $1 for children age 5 to 10 and $2 for adults. Morean Arts Center Members are FREE.

The hands-on activities are planned for youth and the young at heart. Costumes are encouraged for all participants. Planned activities include:

Halloween Face Painting – Have your face painted by one of our artists

Rainbow Pumpkin Crayon Melt – Create stunning multicolored pumpkins

Halloween Photo Op – Have a portrait done (in your costume) with Mr. Bones and Captain Morean

Trick or Trunk with Henrietta the Elephant – Ring the bell, give a peanut, and get a treat from this friendly elephant

Potter’s Wheel Pumpkin Demonstration – Artist Doris Conner mesmerizes audiences while creating clay pumpkins

Halloween Masks – Create a mask that all of your friends will envy

Bubble Wrap Autumn Trees – Colorful autumn trees painted using bubble wrap

Spooky Cookie Decorating – Use your imagination while designing your very own spooky cookie treat

Creepy Goblin Door Hang – Make a creepy and scary (or nice) goblin to hang on your door

Fall Leaf Collage – Using various colorful paper, create a leaf collage

Attendees can also explore the Morean Arts Center galleries featuring exhibits including “You can feel what we see” art created by visually impaired students of Pinellas County Schools, the mural art of emerging artist Jujmo featuring fantasy creatures in a sherbet colored world and the 20 Year Respective of mural icon BASK. They can also explore the street art inspired clay sculpture of Kodi Thompson and the plein air paintings of St. Petersburg scenes created by Daniel Lloyd-Miller.


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