The program includes a guided tour of the WSSU Bigger’s Murals, donated by WS Delta Fine Arts, and a hands-on art activity. Once badge requirements are complete, badge may be purchased at the Center for /each.
School and community groups may inquire with staff to see when the next workshops will be offered or if you are interested in creating your own.
Costs per person will vary depending on workshop offered.
Guided tours will be led by our knowledgeable staff and include open ended discussion questions to encourage students to think critically about looking, interpreting, and appreciating art.
Tours can be arranged in advance by calling 722-2625.
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