Clay Towers with Tom Fruin
Tom Fruin is an American sculptor who uses sustainable materials and plexiglass in constructing real city architecture, such as watertowers and other local building structures. Using his colorful public monuments as inspiration, create your own beautiful clay building!
Venue: Children's Museum of the Arts
103 Charlton St., Hudson Square, NY
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