Ice and its colours and sensations
Emily Wiskera, Manager of Access Programs at the Dallas Museum of Art, invites you to discover a landscape painting depicting icebergs.
Let your senses carry you into this great work of art, and then create a painting with coloured ice cubes.
Neuroatypics, family, general
Although designed for people with autism, this activity is suitable for all groups. Adult assistance is recommended. Duration
Note: Preparing the materials the day before is recommended, as it takes time for the ice cubes to set.
Our Natural World, a FRAME project
Grounded in art therapy and well-being, this initiative grew out of the COVID-19 pandemic and is a response to a call for proposals from FRAME (FRench American Museum Exchange), a network of 32 French and North American museums.
Frederic Edwin Church, The Icebergs, 1861. Oil on canvas. Dallas Museum of Art, gift of Norma and Lamar Hunt. 1979.28.
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