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Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

For all programming:

 Where:  Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art located at 4525 Oak St, Kansas City, MO 64111

Cost Per Girl: $9.00

Cost Per Adult: N/A

How to register:  To learn more and to register for any of these classes, visit the Girl Scout page of Nelson-Atkins website.

Questions: Email StudioWorkshops@nelson-atkins.org

Additional Information:    Each Girl Scout receives a Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art patch for participating. When you arrive, please remember to check in at the station located across from coat check in the Bloch Lobby before going to the classrooms. Parking in the garage is $8.00 per vehicle. Members park for free. 


Program Name:  Drawing

Who:  Junior

When: Sunday, March 22, 2015 from 1:00 pm - 3:00pm (registration deadline March 13)

What:  Girl Scouts enjoy sketching in the galleries as they explore various works of art. In the studio classroom, the students create their own drawing that further explores drawing techniques, materials and composition. This workshop fulfills four requirements to earn the Drawing Badge.


Program Name:  Jewelry

Who:  Junior

When: February 22, 2015 from 1  – 3 p.m. (registration deadline February 13)

What:  Girl Scouts discover jewelry from ancient to modern times in the galleries. In the studio classroom, they learn a variety of jewelry making techniques while creating a pendant necklace. This workshop fulfills three requirements to earn the Jeweler Badge.


Program Name:  Girltopia

Who:  Senior

When: Sunday, February 22, 2014; 1 – 3 p.m (registration deadline February 13)

What:  Construct a mixed media collage book that illustrates your vision of an ideal world. In the galleries, explore art created by female artists and discover the role they have in the visual arts. This workshop fulfills the “Create It” step towards earning their Senior Visionary Award.


Program Name:  Painting

Who:  Brownie

When:  November 9, 2014; 1 – 3 p.m (registration deadline October 31) or  March 8, 2015; 1 – 3 p.m (registration deadline February 27)

What:  Girl Scouts tour the galleries discovering and identifying various painting techniques and styles. In the studio classroom, each student creates a painting that exhibits the use of color choice and a variety of ways to apply paint. This workshop fulfills three requirements to earn the Painting Badge.