If you are looking for a creative way to keep your children busy for two hours this summer, the Nasher has you covered.
The Nasher is running a Make and Take series this summer, where guests of all ages can make works of art inspired by collections that have been in the museum.
I made it out to the Nasher on Thursday evening. I watched the artists of tomorrow, inspired by the work of Alexander Calder, make their very own tabletop stabiles. Calder is known as the inventor of the mobile and his exhibition wrapped up just a few weeks ago.
Check out the photos I took while I was there. If you missed it don’t worry, you have another opportunity to create a stabile on Tuesday at 10am.
The series is free, open to all ages and no reservations are necessary.