Glittering Gardens inspired by Ebony G. Patterson
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Artist Ebony G. Patterson uses sequins, embroidery, and glitter to create lush and fantastical gardens. Patterson uses these materials to draw people into garden images to address issues of identity and social injustice. Today, we will use similar materials to create our own gardens with important messages. Choose a message you would like to share with the world and create a garden around it. Embellish your garden to attract viewers and bring awareness!
Venue: Children's Museum of the Arts
103 Charlton St., Hudson Square, NY
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