Starting Saturday, October 2, Wave Hill’s Family Art Project returns indoors to its home in the Kerlin Learning Center in Wave Hill House.
Saturdays and Sundays from 10AM to 1PM, families can head to Wave Hill for their weekly Family Art Projects. Family Art Projects take place every weekend where families can experience stories and create art inspired by nature and culture while building community. Projects incorporate a range of art techniques using natural and upcycled materials. This fall, the program will be exploring freshly fallen leaves, celebrating Día de los Muertos and more. Free with admission, the Family Art Project does not require pre-registration. Capacity is limited, however. Please note the following important COVID-related protocols to ensure everyone’s safety indoors:
- Approximately nine families will be able to participate at a time, based on the time each family arrives.
- If capacity is full when you arrive, we will provide a “come back” card so you will have first entry for the next session.
- Each family will receive its own set of materials and cleaning will happen in between seating participants.
- All participants must wear masks during the program. For more information about Wave Hill’s COVID-19 related protocols please visit the Know Before You Go web page.
For more information, visit www.wavehill.org.