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Saturday and Sunday, September 27 and 28, 2014  11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Head to the playground in Carl Schulz Park and meet an educator from the Museum of Modern Art who will demonstrate paper shaping sculptures. Each child completing a project will get a family pass to MoMA.

ProjectArt - Sunday, September 28 from 12:00 noon - 5:00 p.m.

For the first time during the Gracie Square Art Show, ProjectArt will be giving kids a chance to imagine the future of this city in a free, new and dynamic art class! Drawing inspiration and discipline from Henri Matisse, Claes Oldenburg, Edward Munch and Andy Warhol, this course seeks to introduce students to basic elements of 3-dimensional art making in a fun, collaborative, magical, city drawing & painting adventure. Using mixed-media, found, recyclable and socially-conscious materials, ProjectArt's artist teachers will turn arts involvement and learning into an inventive, color-filled, tactile experience.





 

 

Special thanks to the 2013 Gracie Square Art Show Patrons Council for their enduring and generous support.

Suzanne May, Chair

Lisa and Dick Cashin
Margaret D’Albert
Marie deLucia & Lee Solot
Elizabeth Dobell
Dorian’s Seafood Market
Barbara Frankfurt
Ashley Garrett and Alan Jones
Alice F. Grief
Lisa Pass and John Halebian
Susan Heide

Marilyn Hoffman and Stuart Eisenkraft
Terry and Tom Lamb
Suzanne and Bernie May
Ann Meschery
Francine Murphy   
Patricia and Peter Nadosy

Melanie and David Niemiec
Ottomanelli's
Lisa and John Pass/Halebian
Judy Samuelson and Vic Henschel
Pamela Shiells and Gary Heinz
Catherine Spencer and Marcus Farney
Annette B. Vass

Mary Wheeler


To find out how you can become an event supporter please contact Terry

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