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

After School Drop-In

After School Drop-In

Drop in! after school at the OJAC

Students ages 5-12 (with accompanying adult) are invited to enjoy a FREE snack, story and craft together!

Come and go between 3:30-5 pm


This month, students will celebrate the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month with a focus on ancient Aztec culture. 

Students will explore the origin, purpose, and traditions of Aztec body art. After viewing pieces in the OJAC collection, students will create their own stamps.

Food For Thought Video Series

Food For Thought Video Series

On second Tuesdays, escape from the office at lunch-hour to enjoy artful videos and conversation at the museum!

Bring your brown bag lunch and join us at noon. Beverages and light dessert provided. 

Videos range from arts and culture documentaries, to blockbusters with an art-historical twist! 

This month's feature: 

Raiders of the Lost Art: Il Spasimo

Painted for a monastery, "Il Spasimo" by the High Renaissance artist Raphael miraculously survived a shipwreck, only to be later stolen by Napolean. 

Homeschool Family Friday

Homeschool Family Friday

Home based Educators and Students are invited to an artful afternoon of curriculum enrichment.

This FREE monthly family program allows adults and children to participate together in meaningful gallery and art-making experiences. 

Contact mmerck@theojac.org or 325.762.2936 to reserve your group's spot!

September's theme is Hispanic Heritage Month with a focus on ancient Aztec culture. Students will explore the origin, purpose, and traditions of Aztec body art. After viewing pieces in the OJAC collection, students will create their own stamps and Aztec self-portraits.

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