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Indigo Nature Arts 3 Sundays Series - Children 7-9 yrs.

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 200 W Northwestern Ave Philadelphia PA 19118  See map
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Indigo Nature Arts ~3~ Sundays Series


For Children 7-9 years old


January 20, February 17, and March 17


Sundays ~ 10:00am – 12:00pm


Workshop 1


Artful Letter Writing and Nature Exploration...Revisiting the art of thoughtful communication and connecting with nature.


An imaginative drawing and letter writing workshop. Children will work on designing paper and crafting artful envelopes, concluding with handwritten sentiments for
someone special. Following, we’ll spend time exploring in nature… discovering natural treasures. ~ Paper, envelopes and supplies are included. Postage is available for additional purchase.


Workshop 2


Take a Pen for a Walk and Uncover Your Self Portrait!


Join me and take a pen for a walk. A fun way to accomplish a self portrait, children will study their abstract form and include themselves in the shapes. Following, we’ll take ourselves for a walk and enjoy the March forest. Supplies are included.


Workshop 3


Sticks + Stones…Nature Sculpture


A workshop inspired by Andy Goldsworthy and Richard Schilling, two innovative British artists working in the field of land art and sculpture. Children will learn about Wissahickon clay and hunt for natural materials while
trekking through the forest. Twigs, bark, leaves and stones will be collected and used to create our relief clay sculpture.  


$20 per child. ($55 for 3) Registration is required.


Class instruction by Kim Soles, Owner Indigo Nature Arts. www.indigonaturearts.com


Classes are held at the Cedars House Cafe on Northwestern Avenue off of Forbidden Drive





 

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