Magic House visitors are invited to join Leftovers, etc. and get a head start on celebrating Earth Day as they use recycled wire to create unique works of art. Visitors will have the opportunity to bend, wrap and roll the recycled wire to create jewelry, mobiles and other sculptures. Wired for Art is a part of The Magic House's Visiting Artist Series. This drop-in workshop is free with museum admission and no reservations are required.
Leftovers, etc. supplies children and teachers with creative learning materials by collecting surplus resources donated by business and industry. Based in St. Charles, Missouri, Leftovers, etc. offers classes, summer camps, scouting activities and more.
The Visiting Artist Series is a yearlong celebration of the arts at The Magic House, St. Louis Children's Museum. One weekend every month, museum visitors have the opportunity to learn from a variety of professional artists as they demonstrate their techniques. Children are invited to work alongside artists and explore similar materials as they join in the fun of the creative process.
Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 14 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Free with regular admission ($9.50 per person for ages 1 and older). At The Magic House, 516 Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood. More information: www.magichouse.org