Every year, Make.Shift Gallery celebrates Kid’s Art Walk in May. This year, we’ve partnered with Cedar Tree and Sammish Woods Montessories and asked 4th to 6th-grade students to create artistic renderings of creatures from outer space. Wanna learn about the special abilities of “decacorns,” or how the “spur winged space eagle” has adjusted to life on its home planet? Wanna witness the only existing illustration of the “sticimus roocumu” from the dwarf planet Ceres? Then come down to Make.Shift and bask in the intergalactical genius of these young artists!
We invited community artists to create a piece of art inspired by the work of these talented kids. The exhibit will display these works by students and local artists side-by-side through the month of May.
Artists can still submit until April 27th and can receive digital assignment packets by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or signing up in person at the gallery.
The opening will be on Art Walk Friday, May 6th from 6-10pm.For more information about the Art Walk or Make.Shift please visit our website at makeshiftproject.com or contact Jessyca Murphy at email@example.com.