Hi Multi-Arts friends and families!
Today we are here to discuss two exciting new developments for Multi-Arts: family art workshops being offered around the Pioneer Valley and the potential for a new camera to film activities and performances at our camps and other events.
On April 13th, Multi-Arts held a workshop at the Jones Library for families to create animals together using cardboard, markers, and their imaginations. Over 70 people joined in to make this afternoon a huge success. Parents and children were able to enjoy the creative process together and afterwards kids played with animals they made themselves.
We will be hosting more workshops for families around the Valley in Holyoke, Belchertown, and Hadley. Like our Facebook page and stay tuned for more information!
Multi-Arts has been received a generous offer of fund-matching in order to purchase a state of the art video camera to film our many shows and art activities. It is a very specialized, high quality camera that can film all of our programs, including our upcoming black light shows. We would LOVE to have the opportunity to implement this wonderful technology in our programming.
For every dollar you donate, "Bio Products" will match your gift by 200%.
We still need $300 and have five days left to raise it. Help us now!
The deadline is May 15.
Thanks for reading and have a great week!
- Multi-Arts Blog Writer Alex
Some collected links for those interested in learning more about the theory and practice behind arts-based education: