- Morris Graves Museum of Art
- Programs & Education
- Juried Exhibitions/Call for Entries (Images of Water!)
What better place to explore the arts than your local art museum?
The Morris Graves Museum of Art is the perfect place to sign your child up for art classes! With talented and inspiring art educators, and small class sizes, these classes are designed to help your child explore the arts and get specialized attention as they create works of art that expand their creativity and their artistic skills.
Now Enrolling: Spring Session of
Museum Art School and Spring Break Art Camp!!!
To download a registration form click HERE!
Spring Break Art Camp
Looking for a fun and creative activity during Spring Break? Under the guidance of Art Educator, Virginia Wood, students will explore the elements of art, 2-D and 3-D fundamental art techniques, art talk and gallery tours, and materials exploration while focusing on skills and concepts suitable for 5 to 12 years old, in this week-long art camp.
-Monday, April 22nd – Friday, April 26th 8:30-12:30
-$120 General Tuition, $110 HAC Members and multiple sign-ups
-Registration Deadline: Friday, April 19th
Sign up Now!
Prorated prices available for late sign ups! Please call 707-442-0278 for more information!
Haley Davis is an Art Educator who has studied at many studios and institutions, received degrees in Fine Art and Art Education, and practices her art as an avid observational drawer. She taught through the California Art Council as a Teaching Artist at five schools in two of Humboldt County’s public school districts and continues to love working with students after 5 years to all levels of children, teens and adults. She has participated in local and national Art Education conferences, attends Humboldt Art Council, and Art Education meetings, and has dedicated eight years to building her artistic skills. Haley teaches art from her heart, building self-esteem in her students and challenging them to find their inner artist. She believes that through the process of doing art, individuals experience creative thinking, problem solving, and develop their ability to participate in culture. Each art endeavor that is proposed with children, teens and adults develops technical skills, artistic interpretation, and a unique quality that is recognizable as a piece of the creator.
Virginia offers art history and hands-on arts education, both at the museum and in partnership with community agencies. In 2011, Virginia graduated with honors from HSU with a BA in studio art with a focus on painting, as well as a certificate in Museum and Gallery Practices. In December 2015, Virginia completed a teacher preparation program earning her multiple subjects teaching credential.