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Art Safari for Kids is This Saturday!

Art Safari 2016

Kids of all ages are invited to the Torpedo Factory this Saturday, October 8 for the 21st annual Art Safari! From 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm, there will be hands-on art activities to explore, including painting, printing, collaging, weaving, and more.

Below is the list of happenings. Don’t miss the scavenger hunt in The Art League gallery!

  • Plein air tiny paintings
    Potomac riverfront | TFAA
  • Relief printing
    Cameron Street alley | Mobile Art Lab
  • Giant papier-mâché tiger
    First floor hall | Lisa Schumaier
  • Bottlecap necklaces
    Studio 16 | UpCycle Creative Reuse Center
  • Gallery scavenger hunt
    Studio 21 | The Art League
  • Clay experience
    Studio 22 | Susan Greenleaf
  • Fiber collage
    Studio 29 | Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery
  • Easel stations with acrylic paint
    Second floor hall | Christine Cardellino
  • Community weaving project
    Second floor catwalk | Hannah Elmer
  • Coloring tables
    Third floor hall | TFAA Community Outreach Committee
  • Silk screen printing
    Studio 325 | Patrick Sargent
  • Potter’s Art
    Studio 327 | Alexandria Archaeology Museum

For full details, visit See you Saturday!

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