Paint Me a Magic Bus
Arts Activity for Kids and Families
Apr 25, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Note: This program is postponed and will be re-scheduled for a later date due to the extended timeline of social distancing.
Hitch a ride back to the ’60s on the epic Woodstock LIGHT Bus with artist Dr. Bob Hieronimus (the artist who painted LIGHT the Woodstock Bus)! Spend a special afternoon as Dr. Bob joins with Arlene Sorensen, lead Teaching Artist at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (the original site of the iconic Woodstock festival) and take part in an interactive art project that is kid-centered, but will appeal to adults as well.
You will have the opportunity to create your very own “Magic Bus!”
Explore symbols of the 1960s, their significance, and their meanings today. Make your own symbols through an art activity that will empower you to inspire others to promote and spread the message of peace, love, and community, which is the mission of the Aquarian Age.
Suggested age range: 6 and older
This program is included with your AACA Museum admission along with the art supplies. It will be an “open house” format so you can feel free to come at any time from 11:00 am -2:00 pm. Dr. Bob Hieronimus will be providing an overview of the bus at 11:00 am but will be available for questions throughout the event.
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