Youth Art Team… at home!

We’re collecting resources for you to keep your mind active and your heart strong while you keep your body healthy at home!

We’ll only list free activities that either we have created or have tried out ourselves first. And we’ll try to get fresh activities in front of you each week.

“Love is Power” Poster Challenge

Youth Art Team is just days away from launching the “Love is Power” Poster Challenge to inspire our community and help us connect with each other while we are physically apart.

Read the five simple guidelines. When your poster is ready, complete the online form and follow the instructions to submit your art.

Open to all ages, to people everywhere!

Paul Graubard coloring pages

You may remember seeing Paul Graubard’s artwork on your way into the Phelp’s Youth Pavilion this past year.

The Waterloo Center for the Arts is sharing their Paul Graubard coloring book* with you!

*Psst. If you don’t have a printer, take a screen shot with your mobile device. Then color away using your device’s photo editor!

Tiny Circus – Elephant Trap

We love this stop motion short film created by Tiny Circus with elementary students in Mount Vernon, Iowa!

What are your favorite stop motion apps for kids? Stop motion film making is a great way to pass the time.

LUNCH DOODLES with Mo Willems!

Draw with Mo Willems once a day for the next few weeks.

Here’s the full list of episodes so you can catch up on any you have missed.

Nice work, Kennedy Center. This is so cool.

The British Museum virtual tour

We had FUN playing around on this one! It worked beautifully for us on desktop/laptop computers but not on our mobile devices.

The Museum of the World lets you browse work in The British Museum by continent, time period, category, and more. You can listen to short audio recordings about each object, view a map to see where it came from, and more.

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