3:00 - 4:00
Create your own colorful artwork inspired by amate paper paintings—a type of bark paper used for a variety of purposes beginning with Mesoamerican cultures and continuing in modern-day Mexico. Gather the following ahead of time for craft supplies and tools:
- 1 brown paper bag
- 1 pair of scissors
- Black Ink/Paint/Watercolor
- 1 Paintbrush
- 1 Box of Crayons
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The mission of The Mexican Museum is to voice the complexity and richness of Latino art and culture throughout the Americas, and to engage and facilitate dialogue among the broadest public. Learn more about virtual exhibits and museum from home at https://www.mexicanmuseum.org/.
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