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A still from Julia Oldham's video Spiders and Insects video series which kids will watch before making bug crafts

Thank you to:
for their in-kind support!

and for Cookies from

$3.00 - $6.00 suggested donation
(but no one turned away for lack of funds.)

Saturday, May 14th, 2011
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Kids Make Things Work
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Educational Coordinator Sage Rogers leading the past kids event Kids making crafts at the last event
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  • Bring your young ones out for an afternoon of activities related to the The Way Things Work exhibit.

    -Art making, art appreciation, and bugs!

    -A visit with the Insect Zoo, led by UGAs Entomology Department

    For kids 12 and under

    Come out for an hour of fun:
    We will make hanging mobiles and bug sculptures,
    talk about the artwork and learn about bugs from UGAs Insect Zoo, presented by the Department of Entomology. 

    Cookies will be served afterward.

    Led by ATHICA Education Coordinator Sage Rogers,
    with assistance from Christina Westpheling and Ashley Na.

    Event Leader Bio: 
    Sage Rogers enjoys working with children of all backgrounds and ages, and hopes that through the arts more creative and active citizens can be
    unleashed. Rogers is an Athens native, and graduated from UGA with a BA in Comparative Literature and from Brandeis University with an MA in Cultural Production with a focus on Art and Education. While in Boston completing her Masters degree, she interned at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for the education department and worked for Dot Art, a non-profit center for the visual arts. She will be starting the MAEd program in Art Education in the fall.

    This event is affiliated with 'The Way Things Work,' an exhibit of participatory art by six artists, which will run though Sunday, March 6th, 2011. This colorful and spectacular exhibit features large-scale installation, indoor and outdoor sculpture, drawings, videos and sound art by 11 national and international artists. All of the artists works respond in some way to the systems we subscribe to as a culture, revealing and deconstructing norms. Click here to see images or video.

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