We'll take a meandering hike together in one of our favorite park in Bremerton to create land art installations using natural materials found along the trail. We'll rearrange, balance, and lay together sticks, stones, leaves, mud, pine cones and other natural found objects along the way. We'll learn about a few famous land artists and their techniques, and we'll have time to collaborate on a group project and our own special art pieces as well. This will be our ephemeral "love letter" to the Earth and for other people who happen to be enjoying the trails while we are there. Wear appropriate winter / rain gear and gloves.
Who: Ages3 and up + caregiver When: Friday, February 14th Time: 4 - 5.30 pm Where: Illahee State Park, Bremerton Group size: 18 kids Regular price: $15 per kid Requirements: Discover Pass or day use pass required to access State Park. This is an outdoor parent and kid duo workshop. Caregivers are responsible for their children at all times. Please dress for the weather. Instructors: Amber Morgan , The Makery - Portfolio