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Sunday Draws »

August 03 at 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm

Drawing is the basis for creating all art — the starting point for expressing thoughts and ideas and making them visually concrete. Sunday Draws is for anyone who wants to learn to draw or to learn to draw better and have fun doing it. For adults and children age 8 and up in each skill level.

Summer Camp 2014 @ Zarrow (Week 8) »

August 04 to August 08 - 09:00 am

Morning and/or afternoon week-long classes are available for children ages 7 - 12 years old. Sign up for half-day session for the week, or bring a sack lunch and stay all day. Extended hours until 5:00 p.m. are available.

Mini Masters - Animal Tales »

August 05 at 02:00 pm to 03:00 pm

Explore the galleries to learn about animals, great and small, feathery and leathery, fast and slow, colorful and plain seen in the art and artifacts collections of Gilcrease. After animal time in the galleries, children will create their own animal inspired creations to take home. Free with museum admission.

Nashville Club Happy Hour »

August 07 at 05:00 pm

Boston Club Happy Hour »

August 07 at 06:30 pm

Mini Masters - Animal Tales »

August 08 at 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Explore the galleries to learn about animals, great and small, feathery and leathery, fast and slow, colorful and plain seen in the art and artifacts collections of Gilcrease. After animal time in the galleries, children will create their own animal inspired creations to take home. Free with museum admission.

Kids Dig Books - Summertime! »

August 08 at 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

Join us as we listen to stories about summertime fun. Learn about different people who enjoy their summers in different places, in different time periods and in different ways. Afterwards, participants will create works of art based on the stories they have just heard about summertime fun. Free with museum admission.

Sunday Matinee Films - "Life on the Land Series: Dinosaur Wars" »

August 10 at 01:30 pm to 02:30 pm

In the late 19th century, two rival paleontologists, Othniel Charles Marsh (1840-1897) and Edward Drinker Cope (1831-1899), wrestled over professional stature and public recognition for their discovery of 130 species of dinosaur that put American science on the world stage. Free with museum admission. Two showings: 1:30 & 2:40 p.m.