Hybrid Creatures Art with Willow Heath
Create, draw, and imagine magical creatures and animal hybrids. Students will learn from step by step demonstrations and creative prompts how to draw and paint their own series of enchanted hybrid creatures. A griffin owl, a unicorn elephant, a phoenix fox, or a wizard cat, these are just some ideas the students will vote on to create. Instructed by artist, illustrator, and storyteller Willow Heath www.willowheath.com.
Free Form Dance with Kara Muller
Free Form Dance is a safe space to move the body however it wants. Facilitated in a non-judgmental and non-competitive environment, children gain awareness of their bodies, emotions, and feelings through movement. They are given a safe space to express themselves. Through such dancing, children will gain a deeper connection to their bodies and gain a greater sense of confidence.
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