Works of art made by the littlest hands
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From left around the table: Ari Bronson, Wyatt Smith, Isabelle Guminak, Charlotte Staloff, Danielle Oakley, Gabriella Bronson, and Kaidyn Martell participating in a sculpture contest with spaghetti and marshmallows.
From left around the table: Ari Bronson, Wyatt Smith, Isabelle Guminak, Charlotte Staloff, Danielle Oakley, Gabriella Bronson, and Kaidyn Martell participating in a sculpture contest with spaghetti and marshmallows.
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DOVER- On Monday, May 22, Dover Elementary School will be experimenting with art day. A group of volunteers and the art teacher will be making art with kids. They will have extra art class time and will be working on several different art projects, inspired by artists that students have been learning about (Georgia O’ Keefe, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Alexander Calder).

On Thursday, May 25, there will be an art show featuring all of the work made on Monday, as well as projects that they have worked on this spring. The art show is open to the public.

There will also be family art activities and refreshments.

For more information email Dianne Guminak at dguminak@gmail.com.
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