*Make a Treasure Box

In the Style of Tyree Guyton
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You may not recognize the name, but you've probably seen his art.   Tyree Guyton is the Detroit artist who started decorating abandoned homes in his neighborhood with polka dots, doll heads, stuffed toys, and other salvaged items.  His colorful creations are referred to as "The Heidelberg Project." 

In this class we will learn about Tyree Guyton's artwork, and decorate a treasure box to take home and keep!  All materials provided, bring your own box to decorate if you like.  Ages 5 and up.  Limited to 20 people, call to sign up 415-355-2822.

These cultural events are free and open to the public. See More Than a Month for the complete program guide.

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