Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Creative Kids Museum Celebrates Alberta Art Days!

Recreating Alberta with Reinvented Materials

Creative Kids are invited to Recreate Alberta using found materials!
Explore, glue, hammer, tape, paint and fold everyday materials to create
an interactive exhibit. Young Artists and their families will recreate
some of our great Alberta Landmarks and have a hand in creating the future
by designing and building their very own landmarks.

Join us at Creative Kids Museum! Workshop times are
11am -2pm Friday September 18, and
10am-1pm Saturday September 19.

Additional to all provincially owned historic sites and museums open for free during this period, if you walk around Calgary - our very own city is RICH in public art and art spaces!

Some examples of Alberta/Calgary Landmark...
Shaw Millennium Park.
- "North America's largest free outdoor, 24 hour skatepark located at 1220 9 Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on the Westside of downtown (Southwest of the TELUS World of Science)"-City of Calgary.

Statue on 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary

Windmill at Fort Calgary

Pow Wow Teepee Village near Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Alberta.

World's Largest Pyrogy - Glendon, Alberta

For more information on Alberta art days visit: - AlbertaArtDays.