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ArtVentures...At Home

Colorful Cardboard Collage

In this month's ARTventures project, you'll create a dimensional collage inspired by DAI's new Special Exhibition, Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms!
Pictured is an example of the colorful cardboard collage that you can make with this month's ARTventures lesson.
Shown is this month's featured artwork, Willis “Bing” Davis' Ancestral Spirit Dance #590 (2019), featured in the exhibition Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms.

Featured Artwork: Willis “Bing” Davis, Ancestral Spirit Dance #590, 2019, oil pastel on paper, 40″ x 32″ x 2″. On loan to Dayton Art Institute for the Special Exhibition Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms.

Materials Needed:
• 5: 9×12” cardboard sheets
• glue stick or bottle glue
• acrylic paint, primary colors
• sponge brushes
• paint tray or paper plate
• paper towels
• scissors
• pencil

Optional:
• acrylic paint, secondary colors, black, white
• ruler
• hair dryer
• hot glue gun
• glue sticks

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