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909 South Schumaker Drive
Salisbury, MD 21804
410.742.4988

Museum Hours

Mon - Sat: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sun: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Drop-In Art Saturdays

Join museum educators in the museum's lobby from 10 a.m. to Noon on the 3rd Saturday of each month for this new family art program that is fun for all ages.  Your family can drop-in, make and take fun art creations home with you. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Crafts available while supplies last.

UPCOMING DROP IN ART PROJECTS

February - To Be Announced
 

March - To Be Announced
April - To Be Announced
May - To Be Announced
June - To Be Announced
July - To Be Announced

 Drop In Art Projects
The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)

Join museum educators in the museum's lobby from 10 a.m. to Noon on the 3rd Saturday of each month for this new family art program that is fun for all ages.  Your family can drop-in, make and take fun art creations home with you. January's Drop in Art will be Scientific Illustration with guest artist Clark Carroll. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Crafts available while supplies last.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)
Join museum educators in the museum's lobby from 10 a.m. to Noon on the 3rd Saturday of each month for this new family art program that is fun for all ages.  Your family can drop-in, make and take fun art creations home with you. December's Drop In Art coincides with our Winter Wonderland event! Children may come make a leaf owl, popsicle reindeer, or a cotton ball snowy owl. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Crafts available while supplies last.
The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)

Join Ward Museum staff and create a corn husk doll in Native American tradition. This activity celebrates Native American Heritage Month and is in conjunction with the Maryland Humanities Council.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)

Join guest artist Bill Belote and paint a mourning dove silhoutte. Kids who participate and paint a silhouette can enter it into the Youth Division at the Ward Museum's World Championship Carving Competition in April. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Crafts available while supplies last.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)

Join Chincoteague watercolor artist Irene Volke for September's Drop in Art project, where she will teach attendees how to paint nature related watercolor pictures. All children should be accompanied by an adult. Crafts available while supplies last.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)

Sculpture Creation and Sketching with Michael Auger. Join the Ward Museum and guest artist Michael Auger to sketch your own bird, and then bring your sketch to life by building a sculpture out of natural materials.

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury MD (map)
For our July Drop in Art project join local mixed media artist, Barbara Kopf Israel will lead this session on the popular and interesting genre of art known as Artist Books. By using one sheet of paper, making a few folds and one cut, adults and children of all ages will create an X book. Then by using a variety of materials they will decorate the pages focusing on nature. The book also has a secret "hiding place" which children will enjoy. Participants are encouraged to bring in printed photos,...
June’s Drop in Art is Toad Abodes. There are more than 21 species of toad in North America, and a single toad can eat more than 10,000 pesky bugs over the course of a summer. The best way to attract a toad to your garden is by giving them a home! We will be painting clay terra cotta pots and using the saucers as a water dish for our toads. We will have limited pots available on a first come, first serve basis. Artists are welcome to bring their own terra cotta pots to paint. We recommend between...

Drop In Art Saturdays at the Ward Museum are supported by a grant from the Susan K. Black Foundation.