Teacher Workshop: Printmaking- A Cross-cultural Sampler


Searching for fun and budget-friendly ways for your students to explore multi-cultural printmaking traditions?

Come enjoy a variety of materials and techniques presented through the lens of Visual Art and Artifacts from the museum collection.

Very hands-on workshop; leave with curriculum packets and finished samples. 


Session # 103921

CPE Credit ‣ 6.0

Subject(s) ‣ Visual Art, Fine Art, Social Studies, World History

Grade(s) ‣ 6th-12th

Audience(s) ‣ Visual Art, Fine Art, Social Studies, World History Instructors 6-12th Grade

Teacher Workshop: The Art of Reading

Teacher Workshop: The Art of Reading

Our most popular workshop six years in a row- come again and enjoy NEW materials and projects that blend language and visual art in fun ways for early learners!

Lessons include strategies to develop or enhance visual, verbal and listening skills. Projects are designed to encourage meaningful connections and creativity, as well as fine motor-skill development.

Workshop is interactive and fun; all participants leave with curriculum enrichment packets and samples of each project. 


Session # ‣ 103922

CPE Credit ‣ 6.0

Subject(s) ‣ Reading, Language Art, Visual Art, Social Studies

Grade(s) ‣ K, 1, 2

Audience(s) ‣ Art Instructors, Reading Instructors, Language Arts Instructors, General Classroom Instructors


Teacher Workshop: Local History

Discover new ways to bring local history alive for your students!

Register for this traveling workshop and take a tour of historic locations such as the Shackelford County Courthouse and the military and old town site of Fort Griffin.

Workshop concludes at the Old Jail Art Center where Educators will present coordinating lesson plans and projects. 

Session # 

CPE Credit ‣ 6.0

Subject(s) ‣ Social Studies Instructors, History Instructors

Grade(s) ‣ 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

Audience(s) ‣ Secondary Teachers

Cell Series Workshop: Joel Sampson

Cell Series Workshop: Joel Sampson

Limited to 10 students
8th-12th  grades | FREE
(lunch provided)

Art and Computer Programming combine at this years Cell Series Workshop! Teens will work with contemporary artist Joel Sampson to learn simple programming and code with artistic results! All tech provided. 

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Re-CREATE!

Re-CREATE!

Limited to 30 students
4th-7th  grades | FREE
(bring a bag lunch)

Re-Cycle, Re-Think, Re-Create! Students will create a variety of 2D/ 3D art using recycled and repurposed materials. This workshop encourages conservation and inspires ingenuity! 

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Cultural Connections: Mexico!

Cultural Connections: Mexico!

Limited to 30 students
1st-7th grades | FREE
(bring a bag lunch)

This camp will focus on the music, food, and art of Mexico. Students will create a variety of crafts inspired by the sights, smells and tastes of PreColumbian and Modern Mexican Culture!

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Things on Strings!

Things on Strings!

Limited to 30 students
1st-7th grades | FREE
(must attend both days)

Students will create their own kinetic artwork inspired by ancient Mexico (this Summer’s Cultural Connection!) Led by OJAC Artists-In-Residence Dan Peeler and Charlie Rose.

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Motion in the Ocean!

Motion in the Ocean!

Limited to 30 students
1st -3rd  grades | FREE
(bring a bag lunch)

Students will make waves as they explore the wonders of the sea through the museum collection! Participants will enjoy creature crafts, nautical experiments and ocean-inspired games!

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Once Upon a Time

Once Upon a Time

Limited to 30 students
1st-3rd grades | FREE
(bring a bag lunch)

Finding inspiration in classic children's book and works of art from the Museum's collection, students will create colorful characters and silly scenes that reinforce valuable life lessons.

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2017 OJAC Docent Trip: Santa Fe, NM

2017 OJAC Docent Trip: Santa Fe, NM

OJAC Members are encouraged to join the museum Docent Corps and Board of Trustees for a group trip to Santa Fe this September.

Participants will:

  • Visit Georgia O'Keefe's Home and Studio, as well as the O'Keefe Museum
  • Tour Tesuque Glass Works and Village Market
  • Stay at the beautiful La Fonda on the Plaza hotel
  • Enjoy downtown Santa Fe shopping and dining

Interested parties should contact Education Director at 325.762.2269 for more information, to reserve your spot and place your deposit.

Please consider joining our group for this wonderful excursion. It should be a fantastic time of fellowship and fun for our OJAC 'family,'

Docent Trip to Santa Fe, NM, 2014