If you’ve ever wondered, “How’d they do that..?” There’s a place in town where
you hob nob with real artists, inventors and other technical and creative
It’s called The Lab at the new Leonardo science, art and technology museum.
Lisa Davis joins us with a taste of what you’ll get.
The Lab is the hands-on making space at the Leonardo. It features new
“Cool People in Residence” every two weeks. Artists, designers, inventors,
and professional creative of all types bring their studios, workshops and labs
into The Leonardo where guests can drop by to just watch or learn from
these amazing professionals.
Starting Jan. 6, LAB @ The Leo will offer a 10-week drawing workshop for
young people headed by our own resident artist, Jann Haworth. Jann’s work
has been featured in a variety of museum and solo shows, both locally and
internationally. She was also awarded a Grammy for her work on the Beatles’
Sgt. Pepper album cover.
Drawing Club workshops will give young people skills in drawing, perception,
and creative expression they can use in their personal and future
· Classes are limited to 20 students.
· Cost is $100 for all 10 sessions, and includes professional instruction
and all materials.
· Scholarships available for low-income participants.
· The 12-14 year-old sessions run on Fridays from 3:30pm until 5 pm.
· The 8-11 year-old class will be held on Saturdays from 2pm-3:30pm.
Register by calling 801.531.9800 or emailing.
Deadline: Dec. 30.
The Leonardo is a contemporary Sci+Tech+Art museum, where today’s big
ideas, questions, inventions and discoveries are connected in a whole new
way. Our mission: to inspire creativity and innovation. Our tools: a
transdisciplinary fusion of art,
science and technology.