Tap in to our nation's artistic heritage through hands-on art activities inspired by different periods of American history. Make a cornhusk doll inspired by Iroquois traditions, learn about enslaved potters and create your own "ugly jug" inspired art, discover the tin road from Mexico to the U.S. and create mock hojalata tinwork. Plus, find out about the 2-year whaling voyages that powered lamps across the world and create a scrimshaw carving using soap and vegetable ivory.
Materials for the series will be available for pick-up at the Little Italy Branch one week before the first session.
For kids 7 to 13.
How to Attend
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