Children’s Workshop in Central Park: A Hat for Every Head!

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How do you like to accessorize? What do your hats say about who you are or what you like to do? Join us as we investigate ideas of identity and decoration through interactive activities designed for kids 8-11 and their caregivers. Inspired by the hats French women wore during World War I, build your own hat that communicates something about you during this outdoor art-making workshop in Central Park!

Directions: Enter the park at the northwest corner of the intersection at West 85th Street and Central Park West. Follow the path up the hill and keep an eye out for balloons on a patch of grass in front of the Abraham and Joseph Spector Playground. Please bring a blanket and sunblock.

If the weather does not permit, this session will be led virtually through Zoom, using all safety precautions and procedures. A Zoom meeting link and a materials list will be emailed at least 24 hours in advance of the workshop.

Register Here.

Share your artwork after the workshop, email: tours@bgc.bard.edu

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