The “Do the Mu! At the Musée Massillon in June will feature the art of paper dolls with instructor Kat Francis. His virtual demonstration of the project will be posted on facebook.com/MassillonMuseum, youtube.com/user/MassillonMuseum/videos, twitter.com/massmu and instagram.com/massmu at noon on Saturday June 6. This project concerns the Cut Up / Cut Out exhibition which will be presented in the gallery of the Aultman Health Foundation when the museum reopens. Cut Up / Cut Out is sponsored by Greif Paper Mill, Massillon.


Participants of all ages can create the project using the materials they have at home, or they can call ahead (330 833-4061) to use curbside pickup to get a “Do the Mu! »Free in June. kit starting June 4. Supplies are limited and available on a first call, first served basis. Each kit will include a doll model and brass ties. Participants will need to provide their own scissors and coloring utensils!

Francis, visual arts teacher for Artful Living and Learning, teaches art and yoga classes at the Massillon Museum. She received a BFA from Ohio State University and an MFA from Columbus College of Art and Design. To learn more about her, visit katfrancisart.com.

Providing the kits is part of the Museum’s ongoing efforts to serve the community, evolving with the coronavirus climate and adhering to strict safety precautions. “MassMu wants to continue to engage families and individuals, inspire creativity and foster learning, especially in these stressful times,” said museum education and outreach manager Stephanie Toole.


As the museum reopens and expands its programming, staff will use scalable formats for many of its offerings, using state guidelines and best practices developed by the museum community for the safety and confidence of visitors and some participants.



WHAT MassMu “Do the Mu!” Paper doll art

WHEN Saturday June 6, posted at 12:00 p.m.

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FOLLOWING massillonmuseum.org or 330-833-4061