Second Sunday Funday
August 14, 2022 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Irving Arts Center
January 09, 2022 to September 11, 2022
01:00 PM until 04:00 PM
This event occurs monthly, on the second Sunday of Every Month
Irving Arts CenterView map3333 North MacArthur Blvd,
Irving, TX, 75062
- Website: https://www.irvingartscenter.com/second-sunday-fundays/
- Line/Box Office Phone: 972/252-7558
- Cost: Free
Irving Arts Center offers the perfect framework for adults and children to experience art together. Second Sunday Fundays is a hands-on art afternoon. It offers parents and children projects they can create together in the creative atmosphere of Irving Arts Center. Find inspiration in the gallery exhibitions, holidays and the seasons as families make art, friends and fun. And the best part? It’s free.
2022 dates and theme:
January 9 – Winter Landscapes
Let’s explore the unique beauty of this chilly season by creating frosty and fantastic scenes of winter.
February 13 – Celebrating Black History Month
Let’s celebrate Black History Month by making art inspired by African-American artists, past and present.
March 13 – Playing with Patterns
Its National Quilting Month! Join us for quilt-inspired art-making activities led by members of the Irving Quilt Guild.
April 10 – Our Beautiful Earth
Celebrate Earth Month with arts & crafts activities inspired by nature’s beauty and learning about positive actions we can take to protect our planet.
May 8 – Masterpieces with Mom
On Mother’s Day, bring your mom, aunt, grandma or other significant person in your life and celebrate this special day by making some amazing art together
June 12 – Summer Splash
Chill out and create a cool work of art inspired by summer fun at the beach and by the pool.
July 10 – Sculpt It
Enjoy an amazing exploration of the 3rd dimension by making art with clay and other media.
August 14 – Print It
Learn basic printmaking techniques and create multiple designs and images on cloth and paper.
September 11 – Howdy, Big Tex!
Let’s celebrate the upcoming Texas State Fair with art projects inspired by all things Texan and fun at the fair.