Drop in for a series of free activities for the whole family…
2:00pm – Parade: Form a pod of whales and “swim” around the neighborhood with a life-size fabric Humpback whale!
2:30pm – Stories and Art Making: Colleen Pearce, Art teacher and MassArt MFA, will join Ann and William to share intimate stories about whales. Then, we’ll use crayon resist and watercolors to make art inspired by the story and our imaginations.
3:30pm – Meditation: Lay back and relax to the soothing sights and sounds of whales.
About Colleen Pearce:
Colleen Pearce believes in deepening our humanity by offering an immersive art experience, inspired by nature. She considers her first education to be from her family’s farm in Michigan. She completed a BFA from Tufts University, a diploma in fine arts from the Museum School of Fine Arts, and recently she earned an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has been a guest lecturer on the development of art in children at deCordova and Tufts, and she has been the recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Grant. Currently she enriches the lives of children by teaching art in the Lincoln Public Schools. Colleen has exhibited across New England including New Hampshire Art Institute Biennial, the Fitchburg Art Museum, Concord Art, MassArt, B.U, Great Bay Community College, and Boston City Hall.