“I Hear America Singing” a self portrait art program for children in grades 2-5

Walt Whitman program “I Hear America Singing”
For grades 2-5 
 Intersections: students will create self-portraits framed by map-and-sheet music collages
 More information about the programs is on our website:
ASCC Art in the Library:
Connecting words, art, and children, these free programs use both word and image-based learning paths so that students may be inspired to experience reading and art in an entirely new way.  Our theme for 2017 is “art as intersection.”  Families are welcome to attend.

These free programs are offered in partnership with public libraries throughout Columbia County and beyond and in schools.  Pre-registration is suggested – please contact the libraries to pre-register.

Intersections: inspired by Walt Whitman’s poem “I hear America Singing,” students will create self-portraits framed by map-and-sheet music collages.