Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Many thanks to all of you who braved the gray skies and joined us in the Kids Art Adventure Tent at Art Outside! We had a blast on May 19th getting creative with all of you and our fantastic art partners. Although the weather was drippy outside, the climate was colorful in our area!

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

We got to play music, giggle and wiggle with Silly Goose and Val.

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Face painting was a huge hit. HUGE hit.

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

aMuse Toys brought wikki stix – a bendable creatable – that made some super (cool) masks!

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Michael Rosman, the king of street performers, wowed everyone with his unicycle tricks!

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Alex Toys contributed goodies to our take- away bags so that everyone could continue to get their creativity on at home. Best part? Our very own aMuse Toys is an Alex Boutique. You can swing by their any time to stock up on Alex art supplies! {They are always plentiful and in stock!}

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Baltimore Clayworks had everyone molding.

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Kids got to make and decorate special books with Creative City Public Charter School.

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Everyone loved ‘getting crabby’ with The National Aquarium! And making botanical binoculars with The Walters Art Museum.

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Valencia from SoilSound brought yoga mats and we got to stretttcccchhhh out in the park! Here are some of our attendees sliding into pigeon pose. The Lingo Leap was also there offering some ballet tutorials.

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Even the art for sale was kid-friendly!

Art Outside Play Date - (cool) progeny

Again, thanks to all of you who came out to create! We had a great time and can’t wait to see you all at our next community play date! {Which will be announced super soon!}

Photo Credit: Kory Chase, Twist Photography