Creating art outdoors is a fun way to express creativity and get in touch with nature. A new course called Art in the Park will allow students to explore with natural materials while expressing themselves creatively. Led by professional artist and art educator Garri Matnadze, founder of M.GARO Design, projects in this discovery-based art and nature class include nature prints, mud painting, and earth art and nature sculptures.
Art in the Park
July 11th through September 2nd
Monday through Friday
Registration is required. Register online at www.mgarofineart.com
call 917-340-4087, or e-mail email@example.com
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