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Master’s Apprentice | For Children in Grades 4–6

Become an apprentice to masters like Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Georgia O'Keeffe, or Mary Cassatt. Each month children in grades four through six will investigate the art, style, and technique used by a different master artist, then they will create their own masterpiece. For each class, participants will earn apprentice rewards to add to their very own artist palette. Fill the palette with colorful rewards to receive unique art supplies and discounts on future programs.


Saturday, December 16, 10:30–11:30 am, at the ZMA.

Adolph Brown

Admire the ZMA's beautiful crescent stained glass window created right here in Zanesville by German-born Adolph Brown. Use a variety of colored paper to design and create your own vibrant stained glass window panel.

Activity Fees
  • Members: $5
  • Not-Yet-Members: $7

Additional Information:
   All materials provided including a painting apron.
   Recommended for grades 4–6.
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Earlier Event: January 17
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Later Event: January 24
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