The Kid’s Sidewalk Gallery at The Collaborative

Posted 5/22/20

The Collaborative announces the continuation of its “Kid’s Sidewalk Gallery” at their Main Street, Warren, gallery. Each week the organization accepts art submissions from youth …

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The Kid’s Sidewalk Gallery at The Collaborative

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The Collaborative announces the continuation of its “Kid’s Sidewalk Gallery” at their Main Street, Warren, gallery. Each week the organization accepts art submissions from youth ages 1 to 12 on a different theme. Drawings are exhibited in the gallery window for passerby to enjoy. Next week’s theme is “Dreams” with a deadline to submit by Saturday May 23 at noon. Parents can simply slip the drawings under the door of the gallery or email the image to gallery@thecollaborative02885.org, and The Collaborative will print it out. Submissions must be 8.5”x11” (a plain piece of paper), or smaller, and include the artist’s first name and age. Moving forward, The Collaborative hopes to open their gallery to the public for limited hours with safety protocols in place on Saturdays and Sundays, starting May 23rd. Check their website and social media for specific times and updates.

WHERE: The Collaborative, 498 Main St., Warren
WHEN: Submit By Saturday, May 23; noon
COST: Free
MORE INFO: Thecollaborative02885.org

Event Date
Saturday, May 23, 2020
Event time
12:00 PM
Cost / donation
Free
Contact
Thecollaborative0288
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