The Randolph School invites you to participate in a FREE art installation workshop for children ages 5-10. Over three weeks, teams of children will build an installation based on the following themes: early dwellings, human and animal; climbing structures; and things that take flight. Materials are being collected at local resource recovery centers and from the community at large.
Randolph School art teacher Valerie Foster Adam and local artists Kalene Rivers and Jean Brennan will lead the workshop from 12-4pm on subsequent Saturdays in late April through mid-May (4/30, 5/7, 5/14). The event will culminate in an opening from 6-9pm during Beacon's 'Second Saturday' on May 14th.
Parents of children who are interested in participating should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Open Space at 845.765.0731.
This event is free and open to the public.
Participation Days ~ meet @ Open Space 510 Main Street, Beacon:
Saturday, April 30 12-4pm
Saturday, May 7 12-4pm
Saturday, May 14 12-4pm
Exhibition ~ Second Saturday @ Open Space 510 Main Street, Beacon
Saturday, May 14 6-9pm