ACLO brings back Family Art Making events in 2019
The Review, Tidings
The Arts Council of Lake Oswego (ACLO) is bringing back the popular Family Art Making events in 2019. The programs are free to the public, with a suggested donation to cover supplies.
Children ages 5 through 12 are invited to participate in new art experiences on the fourth Thursday of each month from 2 to 4 p.m. The schedule coincides with Lake Oswego School District's early release days, allowing parents and caregivers an afterschool
The schedule includes:
Jan. 24 — Observational Drawings: Values, Shapes and Perspective
Feb. 28 — Mud Cloth Hangings: Expressing our Cultural Heritage through Art
March 28 — Color Therapy: Discovering the Effect of Different Color Combinations while also Gaining Knowledge of Kandinsky's
April 25 — Perspective: Getting a Bird's Eye and Bug's Eye View of a Subject
May 23 — Putting it all Together in 3-D: Combining the Different Areas that were Studied in a 3-D Wreath
"We are excited to have Family Art Making available to the community on the fourth Thursday of the month," said ACLO Executive Director Nicole Nathan. "It features specialized projects designed for parents and children to participate in and compliments our exhibition on view. We encourage families to utilize the drop-in format for an afternoon of family fun."
The ACLO offices and ARTspace Museum and Gallery is located at 510-520 First St., Lake Oswego. For hours and more information visit artscouncillo.org or call 503-675-3738.
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