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Join the Lewis Latimer House Museum for a special Lunar New Year celebration! For the Year of the Ox, learn the foundation of sculpture!
A sculpture is a 3D work of art and traditionally made from clay, wax, stone, or metal. Nowadays, artists make sculptures out of any material imaginable. Artists work with each material according to its nature; for that reason, sculptures can be made by carving, modeling, or placing materials together.
2021 is the Year of the Ox! To celebrate this, participants will create ox sculptures using a bar of soap! We will apply some traditional sculpture techniques to make creative works of art.
Please have the following materials available:
1 bar of soap (Ivory brand works best)
1 plastic butter knife
Scrapers and peelers – use teaspoons, potato peelers, a paperclip, or similar objects
Ages 7 and above, Families welcome. Advanced registration required.
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