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June 27, 2021 / 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Join us in welcoming artist Makiko Maekawa for another family friendly Contemporary Kids program. Makiko will be teaching kids how they can use a variety of objects, paint, and paper to create contemporary works of art.
This event will be in person. Attendance is capped at 8 students. Each student will have their own art station with material packets provided. Parents/Guardians are welcome to assist their children at their station. No more than 2 parents/guardians per child. All attendees must wear a mask and follow our Visitor Guidelines.
All attendees must wear a CDC-approved mask and follow our Visitor Guidelines.
All Visitors are required to wear a mask. This requirement does not apply to children under the age of 2.
Visitors are expected to follow health guidelines on social distancing, maintaining at least 6 feet apart at all times.
All staff and volunteers will be wearing masks, and hand sanitation is located throughout the galleries.
Food and/or drinks are not permitted in the galleries.
Makiko believes kids have magical power in creativity and imagination. She is originally from Japan and studied photography in Baltimore, MD. As a child she learned that art is universal language that allows kids express their power. She currently lives in Atlanta and creates art in mixed media including photographic images.
This socially-distanced event will take place in person.
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