When purchasing your Studio in a Box, keep in mind we offer FREE Studio Workshops each week to help inspire and guide you through using the materials in your box.
Explore the techniques and creativity of Aminah Robinson. All the items in your Aminah in a Box are designed to surround yourself in ideas inspiration and experiences that tell your own story through the creative lens and artistry of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson. These boxes can be used for both the Studio Workshops, geared toward young learners and families, and the Aminah’s Art Practice which is geared toward adults. Aminah’s Studio in a Box* is $30 for members $40 for nonmembers. Available now through November 20, 2021.
Experience the excitement of opening your box which will reveal a smorgasbord of art supplies that will kick-start hours of imaginative play and creative experimentation. Your Studio in a Box will include: watercolors, crayons, markers, postcards, stickers and lots of additional bizarre and delightful arts and craft supplies. Consider subscribing to Studio in a Box to fully stock your home studio as supplies change monthly.
In addition, Studio in a Box includes a link to one of our weekly, virtual Studio Workshops for families and children grades 1 – 8.
Studio in a Box* is $30 for nonmembers $25 for members. All boxes can be shipped or picked up Wednesday – Sunday from 12-5 PM, and the purchaser will notified when it’s ready for pick-up.
A three-month subscription* that includes a new box shipped directly to your home at the beginning of each month is $60 for members and $75 for nonmembers. Each box has a new creative element.
*Please allow up to two weeks to receive your box. For questions about Studio in a Box or Studio Workshops, please contact Studio Manager Megan Green.
Boxes available in bulk for schools, libraries and community centers.
CMA’s virtual Studio Workshops are an enriching and joyful way to support creative thinking skills and social connections. As a supplement to remote learning, part of a school-at-home curriculum, or a way to engage and play together as a family, our weekly, 40 minute online sessions are a great way to connect and inspire.
Each week, CMA’s artist educators or Art In The House Teaching Artists kick-start our imaginations with a prompt designed to be open and flexible for a wide range of ages, abilities and materials. Art In The House Teaching Artists include Wendy Kendrick, Richard Duarte Brown, April Sunami, and Gaye Reissland. Through a series of experiments and wonderings, students will have ample opportunity to talk, make and PLAY together. Though CMA Studio Workshops are 100 percent virtual, the screen is a means of connection, not the focus. Projects and prompts are designed to be starting points to inspire making and creativity offline as well. Use the supplies you have at home or add a Studio in Box and have supplies shipped directly to your home. Studio Workshops are free and open to families and children grades 1 – 8. They will be offered every Tuesday at 4:00 PM from January to June. Each month there will be 2 Aminah Workshops and 2 Studio Workshops. Need inspiration? CMA partners with teaching artists who have designed #myCMAStudio Creative Challenges for at home activities, we post a variety of blogs showcasing different activities and artists, check them out here. Private Studio Workshops are available for schools, libraries and community centers, please contact Studio Manager Megan Green.
Do you want to be inspired by the creativity and techniques of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson? This 40-minute online experience will dive into many of Aminah’s approach to art making by local teaching artists: Richard Duarte Brown, Gaye Reissland, Wendy Kendrick and April Sunami.
Pick up an Aminah’s Studio in a Box for additional prompts and Aminah techniques to explore at home. Boxes cost $30 for members $40 for nonmembers and can be picked up within the Museum Gift shop or ordered online with shipping anywhere in the US.
Workshops are FREE with registration.
Teaching Artists join CMA remotely through Ohio Alliance for Arts Education.
Photo credit to Richard Duarte Brown.