Introduction to Reynolda
Introduction to Reynolda is a multi-session course that is the cornerstone of the Reynolda discovery experience. Using an interdisciplinary approach and the Museum’s collections, students will research correlations between art, literature, and music of the era. Participants will find themselves intrigued, challenged, and supported as they explore four centuries of art in the company of other lifelong learners.
Beth Hoover-DeBerry, manager of docent-volunteers, and Julia Hood, manager of school and family learning, are course instructors.
If you are interested in learning more about the Introduction to Reynolda course, please contact Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.758.5389.
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To promote reading readiness and visual literacy, preschoolers and their caregivers will explore art and ideas through activities that encourage dramatic play, music, movement, and art-making, using a…
Jun 27, 2022
Young writers will learn the basics of prose and poetry through a variety of writing activities inspired by the art and history of Reynolda.
Inspired by substrata, students will explore a variety of 2D media and create their own artwork on the powers of line, shape and texture.
Jul 5, 2022
Drawing from the rich collection of tapestries, needlepoint, and wicker furniture, young artists will gain an understanding of the necessity and power of fiber in our lives.
Jul 5, 2022, 4:00pm
In the July book club, we’ll read The Personal Librarian , which tells the extraordinary story of Belle da Costa Greene, J.P. Morgan’s personal librarian.
Jul 11, 2022
Young Writers will explore nature through writing fiction, poetry, and journaling.