Participate in local arts & culture LIVE from your living room
On the visual arts side, The Creative Quarantine KIDS distributes take-n-make kits weekly of children’s art packets filled with activities and supplies carefully packed in a clean workshop by arts educator Krista Eddy. Parents and caregivers can drive through the LCCC parking lot, 540 NE Hwy. 101, from 1-3 pm every Thursday.
Drivers are asked a few questions (the ages of the children, and what supplies they might have at home) and Eddy connects them with cool art projects. She also provides instructional sheets and demonstration videos, available online and through the Oregon Coast TODAY newspaper.
Junior artists are invited to use the kits and post photos of their finest work on the Center’s FB page, @lincolncityculture.
List of Projects
[DEMONSTRATION VIDEO] DIY Art Relief from the LCCC You will need a template (see the project sheet below), paper, magazine pages, string, pencil, pen, scissors, glue stick and a stick for rolling (like a small paint brush handle, chop stick or skewer). Trace the template shape many times on different paper, then cut out the…Learn More + Project Files
Three Lincoln City entities join forces this week to present a new community arts activity: the Happy Heart Hunt. These partners encourage you to show your community spirit by making paper hearts, posting them in your street-side windows, and sharing photos online throughout the month of May. Today’s Creative Quarantine Kids art packets include a…Learn More + Project Files
Description & Instructions Pablo Picasso grew up in Spain, where he was born in 1881. His father was a painter and a teacher. Pablo liked to draw from an early age. Legend has it that his first word was “piz,” short for “pencil” in Spanish. It soon became apparent that Pablo had little interest in…Learn More + Project Files
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