Trust Arts Education Center
Trust Education & Community Engagement
July 22, 2013 Ticket Prices: $95 for first registrant, $75 for subsequent siblings
DATE: Monday – Friday, July 22-26
AGE: 8-10 years
FEE: $95 for first registrant, $75 for subsequent siblings
In this exciting week of artmaking, we will be doing our little part to save the Earth! We will sculpt, weave, paint, print and explore using recyclables from everyday life in combination with traditional art materials. Students will be inspired by public art in our own cultural district as well as learning about innovative, contemporary artists working with recycled materials to create amazing art around the world. Students will collaborate and experiment together while learning creative ways to make beautiful art with objects destined for the garbage. Our outings in the cultural district will be a great way to get young artists excited about art in their own city.
Artist Educator: Alison K. Babusci is a Pittsburgh-born artist, teacher, professional storyteller, and arts education consultant. As a storyteller, she has performed for children and adults in museums, independent bookstores, schools, libraries, theatres, and festivals from Pittsburgh to New York City, often accompanied by her original puppets. Alison has collaborated and held residencies with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Frick Art & Historical Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, Westmoreland Museum of American Art, First Night Pittsburgh, Attack Theatre, Pittsburgh Children’s Museum, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Gateway to the Arts and the Mattress Factory. Alison has over twenty years of teaching experience in public, private and charter school settings. Alison holds a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership in the Arts from Bank Street College of Education and Parsons School of Design. She is certified to teach, Early Childhood, Art K-12 and yoga. Alison creates art in a variety of media, usually involving textiles.
ArtCity is made possible with generous support from The Grable Foundation