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Come with your child(ren) and/or grandchild(ren) to the Boulder JCC on April 18 to create a wonderful framed piece of art to treasure for many years to come.

Artrageous Family Art Event

Join Cammie Cloman and Leslie Perletz at the Boulder JCC for an Artrageous Family Art Event on Sunday, April 18 from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm.  Come with your child(ren) and/or grandchild(ren) to create a wonderful framed piece of art to treasure for many years to come. Together we will play some silly art games, learn a bit about one of Judaism’s most famous artists – Marc Chagall – and then take our own personal interests and put them into a dreamy Chagall-like painting. This inter-generational workshop will tickle your funny bone as well as feed your soul. No previous art experience necessary.

For adults and children ages 3 to 99.  The cost is $8 per adult; $5 per child, and the registration deadline is Monday, April 12.  Register on-line here for Artrageous.

Questions? Contact Beth Litz at beth@boulderjcc.org, or 720-364-1812.

This program is made possible by a grant by the Rose Community Foundation.

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