Intergenerational Art Projects and Art Programming for Librarians
Every generation likes art and has something creative to contribute to the other. This workshop presents art project and art programming ideas for librarians who want to bring multigenerational activities into their library programs. The 4 week online workshop taught by a college art instructor, author and library art performer, Valerie Colston.
The following is a sample art project.
Project inspired by Picasso!
Picasso Inspired "Generational Hands"
Instructions for this project.
1. Trace the hand of the elder and hand of the child to create a pattern.
2. Cut flowers, stems, and hands from construction paper or felt fabric.
3. Form a mural or quilt of all the pieces in a library display.
The instructor, Valerie Colston is the author of Teen Go Green! a programming book for librarians. She has taught a class Infopeople and Arts and Crafts for Youth Librarians through her website Art Teacher on the Net.
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