About the Event
Join us on November 18th at 1:30 pm (EST). After you register, we will send you the Zoom link and instructions.
Please RSVP by November 8 to ensure that we can provide all the supplies you need in plenty of time for the program.
In this very special introduction to the holiday season, artist, ARTZ Philadelphia partner and dear friend Hildy Tow, The Robert L. McNeil, Jr. Curator of Education at Woodmere Art Museum, will lead us in creating our own holiday cards in a Victorian style. We will use paper lace borders, richly colored and textured papers, ribbons, gems, and a variety of Victorian style stickers to create our own beautiful and lavish cards that convey special greetings to friends and family for the holidays. Cards, envelopes, adhesives, and materials will be provided. Please have your own scissors handy for the program.
More about Hildy Tow:
Hildy is an artist and educator. She has an M.A. in Studio Art from New York University and a Post-Baccalaureate Certification in Art Education from Moore College of Art & Design. As the curator of education at Woodmere Art Museum, she has developed a variety of school and studio programs that use works of art and the art making process for learning across all disciplines. She has taught in Philadelphia public schools, regional art centers, and has led several teacher workshops.
For Hildy, teaching art is a never-ending, expanding adventure in which young artists are given the freedom and encouragement to explore materials and different processes that enliven their creativity and foster personal growth.