If you enjoy poetry, there is an Art @ Home activity on the Museum's website that outlines how to create your own poems, using the cinquain and haiku forms, inspired by works of art in the Museum.

You'll also find a wonderful video about the Spring 2018 residency with Lunder Institute for American Art Visiting Artist, Richard Blanco. The poet and Maine resident spent a semester at the college, working with students, area K-12 educators, and community groups about incorporating poetry into their work, and their lives.

To find this activity, visit Colby Museum @ Home, where you will discover many more art projects, virtual programs and exhibitions, videos, and other resources.