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Beautiful Oops!: Accidental Art Making

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Add to Calendar 05-03-2012 05-03-2012 15 Beautiful Oops!: Accidental Art Making In this event, students will make art inspired by the book by Barney Saltzberg, Beautiful Oops! A book that shows how art can be made accidentally from torn paper or a coffee stain! Educators will demonstrate how there are no mistakes in art. Parent and child will be paired to participate and explore sensory-based activities together. Artwork will be displayed during a culminating event. Teaching artist will guide students through a multi-sensory art making experience while an instructor knowledgeable in facilitating the engagements of children with an autism spectrum disorder support students' individual social, language and learning goals. This is a family program, limited to only 6 families. All family members are encouraged to participate including siblings, grandparents and friends. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=103434 Queens Library: North Forest Park Branch true DD/MM/YYYY
March 05, 2012
5pm-6pm
Queens Library: North Forest Park Branch
Forest Hills
All Ages

Description: In this event, students will make art inspired by the book by Barney Saltzberg, Beautiful Oops! A book that shows how art can be made accidentally from torn paper or a coffee stain! Educators will demonstrate how there are no mistakes in art. Parent and child will be paired to participate and explore sensory-based activities together. Artwork will be displayed during a culminating event. Teaching artist will guide students through a multi-sensory art making experience while an instructor knowledgeable in facilitating the engagements of children with an autism spectrum disorder support students' individual social, language and learning goals. This is a family program, limited to only 6 families. All family members are encouraged to participate including siblings, grandparents and friends.

Address: 98-27 Metropolitan Avenue
Forest Hills, NY 11375
Phone: 718-261-5512
Website: www.queenslibrary.org

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