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EAST: Winter Wonderland with Tammy Barnes

Sunday, June 9 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

We welcome back Tammy Barnes for winter wonderland painting. Our little artists will create their own works of art!

 

🎨 Dive into a world of creativity and journey to where imagination knows no bounds! 🌈 In this class, each artist becomes an architect of their own fantasy world, weaving tales of magic and wonder. ⭐️ Using recycled materials, craft moss, vibrant paints, and other items, our young artists will craft their own fantasy landscapes in 3D!  Through this hands-on arts building experience, youth can bring to life anything from majestic mountains, enchanted forests, underwater seascapes, larger-than-life insects, mystical creatures, the possibilities are endless! 🌳 Not only will our artists have a blast creating, but they’ll also learn the importance sustainability in visual arts!
 
Tammy Barnes is a muralist, teaching artist and chalkboard artist in Washington, DC. Tammy teaches art to children and youth of greater Baltimore at the Chesapeake Arts Center. She has taught visual arts to older adults through the DC Commission for Arts and Humanities Create & Thrive! program. She is the in-house chalkboard artist for a locally owned and operated bakery in Washington, DC, Bread Furst, at their second cafe location inside The Phillips Collection, and other local businesses, such as Andy’s Pizza, GrassfedGriddle, and The Artemis. Her mural work is featured inside Neval Thomas Elementary in DC’s Ward 7, in DC area restaurants owned and operated by Tryst Trading Company, at the headquarters for Southwest BID, and in the Metropolitan Police Department’s 5th District Station in Northeast DC. Tammy is passionate about community engagement through the arts and has facilitated community murals at local festivals and as volunteer service projects. Tammy supports a sustainable footprint in all her mural work through the use of recycled interior/exterior paints sourced from a local non-profit, Community Forklift, as a way to re-invest local infrastructure through environmental stewardship. She is Treasurer of the Board of Directors of Artbae Foundation and is a member of several regional artist societies.

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Date:
Sunday, June 9
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Hill Center DC
921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003 United States
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202.549.4172
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