Parents and Kids Explore Everyday Materials in Upcoming Workshop
July 15, 2010
Parents and kids learn to use everyday objects to think outside the box in a creative, hands-on workshop on July 24 in The Lab at Museum of Contemporary Craft. Inna Alesina, co-author with Ellen Lupton of Exploring Materials: Creative Design for Everyday Objects, leads this engaging and interactive session from 10 am-12 pm. The workshop is suitable for children age 6 and up, and is free with Adult admission of $3.
Inna Alesina is an independent product designer and a faculty member in the environmental design department at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). In addition to the workshop, Exploring Materials will be on sale through The Gallery.
Due to limited space, pre-registration is required. To register, please email Isaac Watson at iwatson [at] pnca [dot] edu.
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