As a designer (and former musician and thespian), I naturally gravitate towards infusing lots of creativity into Laurel’s life. Now if only she was old enough to participate in the thoughtfully planned, free Family Day at the Boston Center for the Arts this Saturday, September 19. The day's workshops are hinged on the current Drawings That Work exhibition, which examines how artists use drawings in the early stages of the creative process to convey an idea. Parents and kids 6+ are invited to participate in theater (1-2 pm) and visual (2-3 pm) arts workshops that are inspired by, or interface with, the exhibition.
Space is limited. To register, contact Elizabeth Ross at 617-426-1017 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boston Center for the Arts, Mills Gallery, 539 Tremont Street, Boston; Tel: 617-426-5000