If You Build It

June 25, 2014- August 10, 2014

If You Build It

June 25, 2014- August 10, 2014

If You Build It

June 25, 2014 to August 10, 2014

If You Build It

June 25, 2014- August 10, 2014

If You Build It

June 25, 2014- August 10, 2014

Saturday, March 02 2013 - Saturday, March 09 2013

Children/Youth

Family Day: Spinnerz Art Access Workshop

 

 

Participants are invited to No Longer Empty´s exhibition to learn about how to apply photography skills into their daily lives. Photography themes will be based on our exhibition How Much Do I Owe You?. Each session artists will have the opportunity to practice and build upon their photography and DJ skills while building lasting friendships.

 

Dates:

February 9 @No Longer Empty

February 23 @No Longer Empty
March 9th @No Longer Empty

 

 

 

Address: 29-27 41st Avenue, Queens
Metro: M, E, R to Queens Plaza
N, Q and 7 to Queensboro Plaza

 

 

 

COST: FREE, equipment will be provided during the class sessions.

REGISTRATION: Registration is limited to 6 families. *When you register for this course, you are registering for all 4 weeks: Parent/Guardian and Child. When registering, please provide the following information:
• Parents name
• Child and siblings names and ages

CONTACT: Jennifer Candiano,
Associate Coordinator of Autism Programs
Email: 
autisminitiatives@queensmuseum.org
Tel: (718)592-9700 x 130

 

ABOUT THE TEACHING ARTIST: Teaching Artist, Sol Aramendi is an art educator at the Queens Museum of Art. She believes in art teaching as a tool that connects people with the community, opening a dialogue of understanding and social strength, as well as a vehicle to help explore identity issues.

Sol Aramendi will be working with ArtAccess Educator Jennifer Candiano, trained in supporting people with special needs through art. ArtAccess is an award winning program of the Queens Museum of Art dedicated to visitors with special needs. This course will have Spanish Language and Autism supports. Parent & Child will be paired to explore the activities together. Equipment will be provided through the Queens Museum of Art’s Education Department.

 

 

 

 

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