Creative reuse and creative free play overlap in the Imagination Foundation’s Global Cardboard Challenge! The event combines recycled cardboard with artistry and design in order to make for some fantastic (and perhaps unexpected!) creations. Participation in the event is a great way for families, classes, and community groups to practice and promote creative reuse of materials and collaborative intergenerational art, and provides a great outlet for creative types of all ages to transfer fantasy designs from their heads to real life!
Artists of All Ages are Invited to Participate in Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Arts Call of Caterpillar Sculptures! Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a family favorite all around the world – over 33 million copies have been sold since it was first published, and it has been translated into over 50 languages! The little green caterpillar has munched its way through the pages of the books and into… Read More
ReUse Rally for the Arts: A Call for Artisans What can you do with old clothes, leftover non-recyclable containers, bits of string, extra drops of paint, and seemingly useless utensils? Make art! The Northampton DPW ReUse Committee is hosting an artisan show featuring work made from recycled, reused, and found materials – titled, “ReUse Rally for the Arts,” the event will both showcase interesting and radical work from local artisans, as well… Read More