Summer Family Programs: Connect the Dots with Juliet Whitsett


July 21, 2022 10:30am - 11:30am

Play and create a fun, colorful art piece.

Event Details

Get creative at the Bullock this summer with special classes led by local artists. Explore with art materials and media to help you process feelings and strengthen your mental health.

Play with a fun printmaking technique as you get to know famous artists who create art to stay healthy and grounded. Experiment with the art making process and leave with a unique product that you can enjoy and share with others. Intended for children 5-12 years old. Visit the exhibition Mental Health: Mind Matters to understand how mental illness affects those living with it.

Each day's unique activity will last 1 hour. Activities are designed for specific age ranges noted in each class description. Tickets are $12/child or $6/member child. Caregivers are invited to create alongside their children. Exhibition admission is included for each registered child. Caregivers must purchase exhibition admission if they plan to visit exhibitions.

Online ticket sales will close 1 hour before the event. Onsite ticket sales will be available at the Museum up to the time of the class if there is still capacity.

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About the Artist


Juliet Whitsett is an artist, art educator, and environmental educator interested in the intersection of community and creativity.

About Family Programs

Family programs provide educational and engaging activities for young Texans and their caregivers. Events are designed to bring families together, spark conversations and provide opportunities for growth and development.

This program is made possible with funding from Humanities Texas and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the federal ARP Act.

The Bullock Museum, a division of the Texas State Preservation Board, is funded by Museum members, donors, and patrons, the Texas State History Museum Foundation, and the State of Texas.