Upcoming Adult Programs
September 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
$45.00 – $55.00
Join us at the Ward Museum September 22nd from 10:00am-4:00pm to learn how to draw birds with Salisbury University professor emeriti, Ellen Lawler! The workshop will cover the basics of bird anatomy, provide helpful resources, and suggestions for drawing living birds. Students will work from photos and carvings in the museum’s collection. Students are encouraged to bring their own lunch to enjoy out on the deck, overlooking Schumaker Pond.
September 29 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
$45.00 – $55.00
Join us at the Ward Museum September 29th from 10:00am-4:00pm to learn the art of painting birds using watercolors with Salisbury University professor emeritus, Ellen Lawler. Following demonstrations by Ellen, students will create two small paintings, one of a Royal tern and one of a Northern cardinal. During the workshop students will learn about composition, transferring a drawing onto watercolor paper, the importance of value, color choices and blending, and mixing colors on the paper and the palette. Students are encouraged to bring their own lunch to enjoy out on the deck, overlooking Schumaker Pond.
Recurring Adult Programs
Carve, learn, share and socialize. All skill levels welcome!
1st and 3rd Mondays in the Ward Museum’s Richard A. Henson Education Center
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Participation in the Woodcarving Club is FREE!
Participants must also be current members of the Ward Museum.
Members must bring own materials to Carving Club.
Guests are permitted and their first visit to the club is free.
After the first visit, guests must become members of the Ward Museum.
Go on a bird walk every Tuesday at the Ward Museum starting at 9am in the lobby with Ward education staff. Join local birders, Ward Museum staff, and SU students and faculty as they collect data on local migrating bird populations and submit that data into the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s eBird citizen science program. eBird provides the opportunity to collect real data for real scientific purposes. The need for this data is particularly great on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland, where numerous birds live, yet limited eBird data is collected. Visit the eBird website to find out more.