Thursday, July 24, 2014

Friday Afternoon: "On the Street" on the Street

For the past week, kids ages 8 to 13 have been exploring ideas of public art and exchange in a summer camp program at Kite's Nest called "On the Street." Over the course of the week, they have designed and built their own mobile carts and experiences, each based on an idea for exchange with the community of Hudson. The summer camp culminates tomorrow--Friday, July 25--when the kids roll their mobile carts from Kite's Nest to 3FortySeven for an interactive public exposition.

Sara Kendall of Kite's Nest has issued this invitation: "Come see what the kids of Kite's Nest's 'On the Street' summer camp have to share and exchange with Hudson! Look out for a noise machine, a pancake cart, a flower museum, a giant heart, 'The Statue of Listening,' 'The Angry Sheep,' and 'Paint Your Problems Away.'" Kendall also provided this sneak preview of the carts.

The expo takes place from 2 t0 4 p.m. on Friday, July 25, at 347 Warren Street. Be forewarned: Expect surprises!

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