Join us on Zoom for our Monthly Sunday Family Time with Jody Boston and our docents!
This workshop is back by popular demand is a full-on play time!
After a short tour by one of AGH’s Docents, get ready to be on your mark! You have 3 minutes to run through your place, grab, adorn yourself with, and don anything you can carry to recreate what you have seen.
When your time is up, strike a pose! The judges may have some questions before they choose the winner.
Then, the timer is reset: doff and toss your wares into a heap, kick it off to the side and we’ll do it all again!
Expect to laugh, play, and learn about the AGH’s collection. By the way, we’re sorry about the mess in your place!
No materials required: anything that you have on hand is fair game.
Jody Boston, an educator and therapeutic clown, is the Program Director of Under the Willows, a summer outdoor arts, garden and play program for children who have experienced adverse life circumstances. Boston teaches drama and improvisation to people of all ages and is an instructor for Mohawk College’s Expressive Arts program. Boston has two therapeutic clowns: “Kimmy” who works in pediatric health care and “Ruby”, who works in long term care facilities. Jody was best described by an insightful 9 year old student who called her a “chuckle artist.”
From the Contemporary Art Collection
Self Validation, Columbia Icefields n.d.
Carl Beam (Canadian 1943-2005)
monoprint – photo lithography, ink wash and acrylic on paper, Gift of Wintario, 1980
© Carl Beam (Licenced by Copyright Visual Arts-CARCC, 2016)