Saturdays, 12-2 pm
Join our Art Educators at the Urban Farm on Saturdays this summer! Each week, we’ll take inspiration from animals found on the farm or garden and make artwork to take home!
As the harvest begins, we reflect on what plants grew well, what surprised us and what we need a break from (zucchini, anyone?!). Plan ahead and create a relief sculpture using cardboard and oil pastels that reflect what your future garden will include.
Cyanotype is a process invented by Sir John Herschel in 1842 that involves placing objects directly onto a sheet of pretreated paper. Sunlight interacts with the chemistry to produce blue-hued images. Gather some garden debris and turn it into a beautiful print!