Registration for Crazy about Horses (Ages 6-8) (SOLD OUT)
This class will occur July 21–24, 9:30 am–12:30 pm
Finding inspiration from the array of horse iconography, imagery and sculptures in the DAM galleries, we will create a fully operational marionette horse, from wood, paint, rope and much more. These horses will be given a name and a story. We will prance through the museum on a horse parade at the end of the week. To accompany our horses, we will produce unique saddle blankets, watercolor horse portraits and a pasture scene.
One-week half-day classes $110 DAM members, $130 nonmembers; one-week full day classes $225 DAM members, $250 nonmembers. See all this summer’s half- and full-day classes.
Registration begins February 9 at 10 am for DAM members; February 16 for nonmembers. These popular programs fill quickly; be sure to register early!
To confirm your child’s spot, we must have all necessary information and payment at the time of registration. Please have the following items handy:
- Name & phone number of your child’s doctor
- Insurance company name & policy number
- List of child’s allergies or special needs
- Your current e-mail address (all communications are via e-mail)
Pack a Lunch: Joining us for two classes? Bring your lunch and stay all day! Supervised lunch fun is available for an additional $25 per week.
Scholarships are available on a limited basis, one per class, for those families who need them. Fill out our online scholarship application form to apply for a class scholarship for your child.
Cancellations and refunds: The Denver Art Museum adheres to a no-refund, no-exchange policy. If you are unable to attend, please consider your payment a tax-deductible donation. If a class is canceled by the Denver Art Museum for any reason, we will issue a refund.
Family and kids programs are supported by the William Randolph Hearst Endowment for Education Programs, Nancy Benson Education Endowment Fund, CenturyLink Endowment, and Jim Kelley and Amie Knox Education Endowment Fund. Funding is also provided by TeleTech, Harry L. Willett Foundation, Lorraine and Harley Higbie, The Eugene C. Armstrong Family Foundation, and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).