DROP IN ART PROJECT: One Million Bones
One Million Bones is a collaborative art installation designed to recognize the millions of victims and survivors who have been killed or displaced by ongoing genocides and mass atrocities in Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Burma.
In Spring of 2013, one million bones – made by communities around the US – will flood our nation’s capital.
The Fremont Arts Council is supporting this effort by making bones to send to DC in 2013.
Our Mission is to create a visible movement that will increase global awareness of these atrocities while raising the critical funds needed to protect and aid displaced and vulnerable survivors.
For One Million Bones to realize its vision, we need people to create and donate bones for this event.
Come make a bone in the Powerhouse Studio during studio hours (Mon-Fri 6-9pm, Sat-Sun 12-5pm through June 17th.)
Make another one.
Talk about why you are doing this with everyone.
Learn to walk on stilts! We’ll work on the basics of movement, balance and safety, and learn a few tricks!
No materials fee.
Geared for ages 16 and up, younger artists must get instructor approval and be accompanied by a guardian. Drop in – come to any or all classes (the more you practice, the better you’ll be!) Additional pick-up classes may be added as schedules allow.
Interested in learning more Parade Art techniques?
Check out the list of CLASSES.
Join the Bubbleman and learn to create the 12-Pointed Star out of 6-pack rings.
This creation can be used for spreading hordes of bubbles all at once. Use your creations in a wonderbubble parade ensemble.
FREE, all materials will be provided by the instructor.
No pre-registration required.
No age limit, but kids please bring an adult to be your scissors assistant.
No class size limit – come one & all!
To learn more about the artist: http://bubbleman.com/
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We have many other Parade Art Techniques & Solstice Classes!
Classes are at the Power House, 3940 Fremont Ave N, home of the Fremont Arts Council.