AN EXPLORATION OF CREATIVITY

An instructor guides a young child through the process of stamping copper sheet.

Image courtesy of Alex Shanksky

Our youth and family classes encourage people of all ages to explore their creativity while learning about metalworking techniques. These short lessons are designed for students to take home a completed project showcasing a specific type of metal or process.

UPCOMING CLASSES

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FAMILY ACTIVITY: PUMPKIN PATCH

OCT. 3, MULTIPLE TIMES

Use strips of copper to create 3-dimensional pumpkin sculptures for each member of your group!

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FAMILY ACTIVITY: FAMILY TREE

NOV. 14, MULTIPLE TIMES

Use the embossing method to create a copper tree that you can hang on your wall.

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FAMILY ACTIVITY: SNOWFLAKE GARLAND

DEC. 12, MULTIPLE TIMES

Cut snowflakes out of metal and assemble them into a festive garland to decorate your home this holiday season!

Enroll online or simply call (901) 774-6380 to sign up for a class. For more information, contact Museum Educator, Katelyn Butler, at katelyn@metalmuseum.org