Missed the training workshops? You can still volunteer…

We had a great turnout at our volunteer training workshops last week, folks left inspired to teach portraiture, printmaking and color collages and Mary Cassatt, Ukiyo-e printmakers and Henri Matisse. If you missed the workshops, give us a call at (509) 526-6921 or email us at info@carnegiepicturelab.com and we will set you up with individualized […]

It’s been a wonderful year!

Picture Lab taught over 3,900 students interactive hands-on lessons about artists Jim Dine, Wassily Kandinsky, and Pablo Picasso. Students painted with watercolors, made 3-D sculptures, and drew with oil pastels. Take a look at a snapshot of our year here.

We are ready to celebrate!

 Tonight is the night to honor our volunteers. We look forward to a fun evening, beginning at 5:30, right here at the Picture Lab studio, 515 E. Main Street, downtown Walla Walla.

Celebrating Our Volunteers!

Looking forward to RSVP’s from our volunteers as we plan a celebration in their honor on Wednesday, May 18th. Right here at the Picture Lab studio – it’s going to be a fiesta!

Spring Volunteer Training Dates

Hey there! Spring Quarter is upon us! That means it’s time to learn about the next artist and project being taught at your school. Please join us for a Volunteer Training Workshop on either Wednesday, April 13th at 5:30-7:00, or on Thursday, April 14th at 10-11:30 AM, right here at the Carnegie Picture Lab studio, […]

Art Event this Saturday!

The Carnegie Picture Show Closing Celebration is this Saturday, March 26th at the Walla Walla Public Library (238 E. Alder). Don’t miss art activities suitable for children of all ages, from 10-1, and a special presentation from Dylan Farnum, President of the Walla Walla Foundry, at 11:00. Sponsored by Columbia REA, this event is free!

The Carnegie Picture Show is “up” at the Walla Walla Public Library

Make time to visit the Carnegie Picture Show at the Walla Walla Public Library from March 8-27. Hundreds of works of art created by elementary students in their CarnegiePicture Lab classroom lessons. On display are abstract art collages inspired by Wassily Kandinsky, graphic tool images inspired by Jim Dine and sculptures inspired by Pablo Picasso! […]

Volunteers – a great set of questions for open-ended discussion!

We know you’re busily teaching right now, but we just wanted to share this great list of open-ended discussion questions to use with the children and the artwork.

Explore, Discover & Create at the Public Library

Thanks to all who attended our event last Saturday! A big thanks go to artist Brad Rude for his wonderful presentation. Thanks also to Liz George and Beth Hudson at the WW Public Library, to the AmeriCorps and Whitman College volunteers, and to the Walla Walla Youth Symphony Brass Quintet. We hope seeing art in […]

A few more Dine links…

Check out the Jim Dine page for some new links! One is an article from the WSU student newspaper about the campus history of Technicolor Heart (at one point a student put it up for sale on Ebay!), and a fascinating video regarding his 2008 Getty Museum installation, Poet Singing (The Flowering Sheets).

Carnegie Picture Lab is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that focuses on art eduction in Walla Walla valley schools. Read more about CPL here .