Sat, May 09 | Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garde

If I Were a Bird: Creating Small Environmental Sculptures

If you were a bird, what kind would you be? Artist Workshop with artist Sarah Haviland to create small environmental sculptures.
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Time & Location

May 09, 2020, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garde, 28 Deveau Road, North Salem, NY 10560, USA

About the Event

If I Were a Bird: Creating Small Environmental Sculptures

Artist Sarah Haviland 

If you were a bird, what kind would you be? Using recycled and everyday materials, participants will create a personalized bird sculpture inspired by local and endangered birds. We will explore human-bird relationships and environmental issues, sharing stories of mythical bird-figures seen around the world.

Materials will be provided, but participants may bring personal recycled materials or lightweight mementos to use in collage style, such as photos, decorative papers, packaging, ribbons, labels, etc.

Recommended for Adults and children 10 and over

Fee: $20. Museum members and children

$25. Non Museum Members

Registration is Closed

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