This free unique 8 week art program for kids 3 through 8 and their parent or legal guardian uses the visual arts to develop deeper connections between children and their experience of the natural world.
Led by Artist-in-Residence Sylvette Frazier, classes emphasize creating art in an eco-conscious format. The series will culminate with a public exhibition and collaborative nature weave.
SATURDAYS FROM 10AM TO 11AM ON:
Week 1: September 30
Week 2: October 7
Week 3: October 14
Week 4: October 21
Week 5: November 4
Week 6: November 18
Week 7: December 2
Week 8: December 9
PLUS PUBLIC RECEPTION ON DECEMBER 16, 2017 FROM 10AM TO NOON
Please plan to attend all eight sessions plus the Reception
LOCATION FOR ALL CLASSES:
Los Angeles Eco-Village courtyard
117 Bimimi Place
Los Angeles 90004
FEE: Free, but enrollment required.
Contact Leslie Ezeh at email@example.com
ABOUT SYLVETTE FRAZIER
Sylvette Frazier is an Artist and the Owner and Creator of Connecting Children to Art in Nature (CCAN). She created CCAN to foster a new cord of connectivity for young children to the elements of art and principles of design that is in nature. She holds a M.Ed. with a specialization in Early Childhood /Primary Education, and has been active in the field of Early Childhood Education for over 25 years. She has created programs for elementary schools, children’s centers, community gardens, arboretums and botanical gardens locally and aboard. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and alternative spaces in the USA as well as Western Europe. Sylvette holds Artist-in-Residence posts in a wide range of locations and believes strongly that we all need to work together to help protect our planet.
This program is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs and the Los Angeles Eco-Village Child Care Service/CRSP, the Urban Soil-Tierra Urbana Limited Equity Housing Cooperative, and the Beverly-Vermont Community Land Trust.