DATES: August 3 – 7, 2015
Ages: 6 – 8 / 1pm – 4pm
Repurposing is the art of finding new uses for old items. In this workshop we explore how to reinvent everyday objects and transform them into new and beautiful artistic creations. We find our inspiration from old magazines, bottle caps, tin cans, coffee filters, wire hangers, plastic bottles, silverware and more! The sky’s the limit for our imaginations as we reinvent these everyday items into functional and decorative pieces. Students will make magazine bowls, hanging tin lanterns, mosaic picture frames, and recycled paper journals. Come join in on the fun and rethink what art can be!
GEORGIA BURKE studied visual art and education at Regis University. She has been teaching K-6th grade art at Explore Elementary School in Thornton, CO, for five years. Georgia was the children’s intern at Anderson Ranch in 2010.
Tuition: $275 / Studio Fee: $15 / Registration Fee: $25