Kids Art Workshop on Zoom: HiSAM From HomePosted on Jun 2, 2020 in
Free online workshop on Zoom. Presenter and class topic to be announced.
About the Class
HiSAM From Home Tuesdays from 10:00am-10:30 a.m features kid-focused online classes led by SFCA’s highly trained Artistic Teaching Partners.
Register in advance on Zoom: HiSAM From Home on Zoom.
Select the date of the class you are registering for. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the class.
Questions? Email Danica “Nikki” Rosengren at [email protected].
About HiSAM From Home
The Hawaiʻi State Art Museum (HiSAM) is offering free online events and activities so you can HiSAM From Home while the museum’s physical location is closed.
The Hawaiʻi State Art Museum is operated by the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts as a part of the Art in Public Places Program.
Please understand that there are some risks to privacy when participating in an online course. While we have done our best to implement all available security precautions, we cannot ensure that all risks have been addressed. If you choose to participate in this Zoom class, note that the SFCA will not be responsible for any violations of privacy. Further, if a participant violates the privacy of another user, or otherwise behaves inappropriately, that person will be removed from the class immediately by our moderators and will be blocked from participating in future sessions.
For interactive classes: we will require you to virtually “check in” by turning your camera and audio on when admitted so that our moderator may verify your identity. If after checking in you prefer to turn off the camera, that will be acceptable after the moderator has checked you into the session.
Finally, while we will do our best to admit everyone who wants to participate, there may be technical difficulties given the nature of a virtual platform like Zoom. Please email [email protected] if you experience any technical difficulties and we will do our best to prevent similar issues in the future.