Curiosity Box Dioramas with Nate Olin
- $40.00 - Non Member
- $35.00 - Member
Kids ages 9 and up who can work independently without an accompanying parent.
Pick and choose from an odd assortment of materials and objects to assemble a thought-provoking, miniature environment for your own enjoyment and/or gift giving. Whether your box tells a hidden story or is simply a visual treat, putting it together is the best part. The stranger it gets, the more interesting it becomes. This is a class where weird gets an A+!
This class is for kids ages 9 and up who can work independently without an accompanying parent.
This class meets in the Owl Hall on the main level of the Education Wing.
All materials are provided and included in the class price.
WE ARE COMMITTED TO MAKING YOUR CLASS SAFE
Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, the Cultural Center will take additional precautions to keep everyone on our campus safe. The improvements we made to our ventilation system and other aspects of our facility during the pandemic continue to contribute to the safety of our constituents, but we also expect all people who have not been fully vaccinated to wear masks at all times while in our buildings.
Nathan Olin is a painter who teaches and lives on Cape Cod. His work has been shown at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM), the Cape Cod Museum of Art, Cotuit Center for the Arts, Falmouth Arts Center, the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, School House Gallery, Cove Gallery, the Creative Hands Gallery, and the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. In 2020, upcoming exhibits include Highfield Hall, as well. He won the Jurors Choice Award from the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod in 2018, and in 2019 he was the first creative arts teacher to be awarded the Schieffelin Bowl for his contributions and excellence in teaching. Before moving to the Cape, Nathan lived and painted in NYC, where he had numerous solo exhibits and group shows in the East Village and SoHo.
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