Saturdays • 1 – 4 PM
Kid Quest will kick off a year of new, improved gallery experiences and art making in the Center for Creativity. Fun for the whole family. FREE! Preregistration is required. Registration opens two weeks prior to each Kid Quest event. Click on “Register” or call 701.551.6100.
Photography: Occasionally the Museum photographer and members of the news media take pictures of students in classes for use in promotional materials, including the Museum website.
Each of us is unique in our own way. Discover the individuality of artists and ceramics in the Museum’s Permanent Collection. Put your own personal stamp (your handprint!) on a one-of-a-kind clay bowl designed by YOU!
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. This Kid Quest was capped at 200 participants due to the materials required to conduct the class. Please check back in late December for the registration opening for the January class.
If you are interested in other clay-related classes, watch for the February Kid Quest (Clay for a Cause), and we’ll also have a Recyclin’ the Clay Community Day on Saturday, April 19, 2014. Thank you for your interest in Kid Quest and our other youth programs!
Bird on a Wire
Stealth Raptor is just one of the many curious and creative creatures you will find in the Museum. Let your imagination soar, using Stealth Raptor as a spark for your creativity when you sculpt your own feathered friend with wire and plaster.
Clay for a Cause
What is better than creating art? Creating art for a cause! Join us at Plains Art Museum where you will make a project to take home and another to add joy to someone else’s day.
Great Art Free for All
Celebrate School Spirit: Celebrating Youth Art month with the ever popular Great Art Free-for-All. The sky’s the limit!
Seed Bombs Away!
Spread natural cheer around with your own seed bombs. Learn how plants grow as you make your own seed bomb to launch unexpected beauty in your own neighborhood.
Kid Quest Art Projects
November 2013: Playful Puppet. We had such a great time creating puppets at our November 2, 2013 Kid Quest that we wanted to share the templates so the art-making could continue at home for families. At this Kid Quest, we were inspired by storytelling, particularly through the characters and backgrounds that T. L. Solien created in his mixed-media collages (T. L. Solien: Toward the Setting Sun exhibition). Thanks to Jen Nelson, our Kid Quest facilitator, who designed the templates and the art project.