Summer Art Around the world is a weekly Saturday morning course that introduces beauty of different cultures to participants.
Rainstick were invented by Mapuche, a group of indigenous people from Chile and Argentina, and were played to call rainstorms. (wikipedia) In this workshop, each student will design their own rainstick with a large cardboard tube, paints, nails, and small pebbles or grains.
The length of this project time is 2+ hours and participants might need to finish it at home.
Children ages 9+ are able to attend without a parent or guardian, although families are welcome to join together. (all family members who are attending need to register.) Children ages 5-8 may attend with a parent or guardian. This is an in-person offering that will likely take place indoors, although we will move outdoors if the weather cooperates. Unfortunately we are not able to make 'take home kits' for these courses.