Friday, March 22, 2013

Last weekend for Youth Art Month at the Library!

March is Youth Art Month, and Art has been in the air at the Library!  The Zionsville Community School art teachers have worked hard to display student art around town, and this is the last weekend that the student Art will be displayed at the Library, so come and take a peek!

Children, ages 8-12, also have one more opportunity to take part in a free art class at the Library Saturday, March 23 at 2:00 PM.  Staff from the Sullivan-Munce Cultural Center will come to the Library and explore the art of Alexander Calder by making a mobile with wire, beads, buttons and more.  There are still a few spots available, please register.

The ZCS art teachers have worked extremely hard to celebrate Youth Art Month!  The teachers, along with other community artists have put on free art programs every Saturday in March at the Library, what a special way to celebrate all month long! 

We would like to extend a special thanks to the ZCS teachers for sponsoring an art community service project; and to MyArt (formerly Monart) who helped the kids create unique colorful animal pictures inspired by the art of Laurel Burch; and to A Space to Create, who taught kids about Picasso’s blue period; and finally, to Sullivan Munce Cultural Center for sponsoring the Alexander Calder program.

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