“Explore More, typically offered in the gallery located in Reston Town Center, provides the opportunity for families to learn about artists and artworks featured in the organization’s exhibition programming,” a press release said.
But due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Greater Reston Arts Center decided to move its artist learning series online.
People who take part in the activity will learn about the artist Moira Dryer and her current exhibition “Yours for the Asking” through various crafts and guided art experiments, according to the website.
The activities require supplies people likely already have on hand, according to the press release. For example, one activity lets people create an “off the wall sunburst” with cardboard, glue and things such as cotton swabs, flowers or pipe cleaners.
The Greater Reston Arts Center said that it will announce new activities monthly to keep patrons engaged with new artwork and concepts.
Image via Greater Reston Arts Center
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