This Saturday, the Cartoon Art Museum offers its popular cartooning workshop: How to Draw with Your Kid; How to Draw with Your Grownup. Taught by Betsy Streeter, here's the museum's description of the class:
Everybody knows that it’s great to read together… well, it’s great to draw together, too! Too often, though, grownups will say, “I can’t draw” and that’s the end of it. Well, enough! You don’t have to be “good” at drawing for drawing to be good for you. Drawing is a wonderful way for kids and grownups to spend time together, tell each other stories, share feelings, and be silly and laugh. In this class we’ll do drawing and cartooning games and activities that you can use to build confidence and to try at home. Kids and grownups should attend the class together.
Also at the museum, through Sunday, the art of Coraline, with drawings, storyboards, puppets and sets from the movie.
When: Saturday, February 21 from noon to 2:00
For: kids age 7 and up (plus their grownup)
Register: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-227-8666 x 303
Where: 655 Mission, San Francisco