Youth Arts Arise Winter 2018 – Make Hi-Vis SafeWear

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Date(s) - Wed. Feb. 14, 2018
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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Class Description: In this class students will make SafeWear buttons by covering the button form with florescent material. They’ll choose from a few different florescent colors and cut designs out of reflective material which will glow in car headlights, then glue the designs to the florescent fabric. Afterwards they cover the button form with the designed florescent material. Voila! They’ll now have a button that you can sew onto the gear and make them visible to cars and traffic.

About the Instructor: Lenni Armstrong is a visualization professional in the Boston area with extensive experience in visualization design, animation and teaching. Her educational interactives have informed thousands across the country, appearing in museums and on-line, as well as health care web sites and videos. Passionately committed to acting as a steward of Earth, she excels at conveying information about structures and events outside the range of human perception: from the nanoscale to the global scale. In her spare time, she enjoys making SafeWear Designs. And more importantly she loves teaching how to make SafeWear to help everyone be seen and be safe!

What is Youth Arts Arise?

Youth Arts Arise is a is an arts education project for students ages 11 to 16. This FREE program is a great after school opportunity to explore  creativity in a wide range of artistic mediums. To register, you can either fill in the All LanguagesYAA Form, Winter 2018 and sent it education@artsatthearmory.org, or pick one up in person from the office.