For December’s community Crafternoon project, we’re working with Garfield Action United and local arts educator Darrell Kinsell to make colorful neighborhood garbage can holders! Using paint, pallets, and loads of creativity, Crafternoon kids will contribute to an exciting public art and community engagement project.
Free! Snacks and materials provided. For more information contact Jess @ 412-540-5349 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday Crafternoons promote project-based learning, hands-on making, experimentation and community engagement for youth ages 5-10 through free DIY workshops with craft artists. This year, Crafternoons are offering more make-and-take activities, creating new DIY community-focused projects, connecting STEAM learning with craft, introducing environmental issues to youth, and catalyzing the creation of an Assemble DIY.org clubhouse. Assemble’s goal is to empower youth to be confident makers, foster a love of DIY projects, promote connected learning, and activate an interest in their community and city.
This project supported in part by the Spark Fund for Early Learning at The Sprout Fund.