ARTS Pick: Storyline Project

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The fifth annual Storyline Project encourages local students to tell their 
own stories through art. The Bridge PAI. The fifth annual Storyline Project encourages local students to tell their own stories through art. The Bridge PAI.

What makes Charlottesville go? To answer that particular question, the Storyline Project will team students grades 4-6 with local artists and designers for the fifth annual public art experience. As part of this year’s “transit” theme, the group will take bikes, buses, and boats around the area to explore the spaces, places, and stories that make our community one of a kind. Culminating with a mural on the Downtown Mall’s Community Chalkboard and an exhibit at the CitySpace Gallery, this camp not only sharpens kids’ artistic skills but also celebrates their unique visions.

Monday 7/8-Thursday 7/11  Price varies, see charlottesville.org for details, 9am. Carver Recreation Center, 233 Fourth St, NW. 971-2787.

 

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