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Children's Warhol Festival

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The 92nd Street Y, a nonprofit community and cultural center, is having a Children’s Warhol Festival to celebrate the life and art of Andy Warhol. The exhibit will include 80 original paintings that Andy Warhol created in 1983 especially for children. In addition to the paintings, the festival includes free art workshops alongside the exhibit such as silkscreening and making patterns with rubber stamps, creating ceramic shoes and metallic fish and more. Both the exhibit and the workshops are free; workshops require advanced registration.

Children's Warhol Festival
Art Exhibit: September 6 – October 4
Weekends, 12-4 pm
Free Workshops: Saturday and Sunday, September 10-11, 17-18, 24-25
To register for workshops and view the schedule, please visit:
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