LINC students create art at the Nelson-Atkins Museum

Staff and students in the LINC Before & After School program at Attucks and King elementary schools in Kansas City Public Schools participated in an art workshop at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art on Wednesday, March 19.

 In the past, the Nelson-Atkins Museum staff have provided art classes on site for LINC students at Attucks, Boone, and King. The activities have included yarn-art and painting.

Coming up 

Sunday, March 30, the Nelson-Atkins will hold a Passport to India, a free event to the public. Attendees can view garments made by students at Attucks and King Elementary which will be worn by performers.

Download event flyer here.  

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art provide students with art workshops during the school year. 

LINC site staff participate during Nelson-Atkins art workshop. 


Passport to India

Ford Learning Center teachers Whitney and Corey model the outfits created by Attucks and King students during Passport to India on Sunday, March 30. 

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