SOAR: Students Obtaining Artistic Refuge (Free)

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SOAR - Students Obtaining Artistic Refuge

Looking for activities to do at home with the kids during the shutdown? Here are some fun online arts and crafts activities provided by Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center!

Click HERE to check out the steps for each activity and watch the video instruction!

 

Pine Cone People - May 13, 2020

We’re using materials found in nature today to create these one-of-a-kind characters. Grab some pine cones from around the yard and make some fun figurines.

 

Totally Tubular Figurines - May 6, 2020

Similar to Forky from Toy Story 4, these totally tubular creations spread joy. Instead of disposing the center of the toilet paper rolls, they can be repurposed to make new characters or to bring the cast of your favorite cartoon to life. Let’s start making! 

 

Tie-Dye Flowers - April 29, 2020

Create your very own forever garden with these beautiful tie-dye flowers. The best part is, you only have to water them once. This fun project is great for creating a one-of-a-kind bouquet, just in time for Mother’s Day. Create fun color combinations and maybe even trim the edges to get a more realistic flower petal look!

 

Cool Character Masks - April 22, 2020

Transform into a cool character with these creative masks! Use your imagination to become any character – a fairy, a werewolf, or even a new creation that no one has ever seen before. 


Abstract String Painting - April 15, 2020

We’re getting creative with a technique that turns string into your paintbrush. Let your imagination run wild as the potential is limitless for creating one-of-a-kind designs.

 

Shaving Cream Painting - April 8, 2020

Create this messy masterpiece with some fun and foamy shaving cream. This activity may get messy so we suggest using a workspace that can easily be cleaned like a newspaper-covered table top or on a plastic placemat.

 

Volcano Painting - April 1, 2020

This classic science fair project takes an artistic spin as we use the reaction to create a painted masterpiece! This activity may get messy so we suggest using a workspace that can easily be cleaned like a newspaper-covered table top or on a plastic placemat.

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