|Intergenerational Environmental Art Project
3/29 is the first of two sessions, the second will be at DeBenneville.
Kids under 12 need to have a parent with them. We will start with the youth during RE in the YRUU room, and then, if needed, move into Founders Hall at 12:15ish.
We will use waste material to create an environmental art installation that will be an immersive experience for viewers/participants. It will be displayed throughout the UUFSD campus during Earth Month (April) to remind our congregation about environmental problems.
Please bring the following clean waste material (can be dropped off anytime after March 1):
• old tarps, sheets, towels, drop cloths, etc.
• old rope, cord, fishing line, ties,
• old thin flimsy dry cleaning bags & other clean transparent plastic bags
• recyclable plastic bottles, cans, bags, or similar items that end up in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
• art supplies (please bring ahead of time so that we don’t buy): acrylic paints, varnish, brushes, markers, staplers, tape, glue gun, poster board (or other material for weatherproof signs), sticks to hold up posters, etc……
• containers for water and paint.
• hammers (with your name), nails, screws, screw drivers.
This project will be lead by Greg Brown, Andi Macleod and Laura Colban