Spend some quality family time creating cool art projects at the Hunterdon Art Museum’s sixth annual free community day, HAM It Up!, on Sunday, Feb. 10 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Projects this year encourage families to explore art from around the world: make a Daruma doll, try some Ghana-inspired Kente cloth paper weaving, try some Mexican-inspired metal tooling, create a yarn monster or try your hand at some still life painting. Kids can take home a balloon animal and faculty member Tricia Hurley will make origami of endangered species in honor of HAM’s current exhibition Ruth Marshall: Knitting the Endangered.
Flavorganics, lead sponsor of HAM It Up!, will offer samples of its organic syrups to please your palate. Unity Bank, Basil Bandwagon Natural Market and Citispot Tea & Coffee are also sponsoring this event.
Other participating HAM faculty members include: Wendy Hallstrom, Liz Tracey, Lena Shiffman and Linda Schroeder.
No advanced registration is necessary.
Hunterdon Art Museum
7 Lower Center Street, Clinton