The Mesa Festival of Creativity runs through March 18 at the Mesa Arts Center. Lynn Trimble share photos of a Saturday visit to the festival with her son Christopher, which got off to an amazing start with a lovely bit of LEGO art.
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Lynn Trimble heads to an origami studio in Brooklyn that offers birthday parties, private shindigs, open studio time and oodles of creative ideas for making and displaying art. Read, set, fold…
Some people keep scrapbooks while others write blogs. Still others share memories by gathering and giving holiday ornaments — which are in plentiful supply at the Heard Museum’s Ornament Marketplace through Nov. 27 in Phoenix and Scottsdale.
Inspired by paper cranes hanging at the Poets House in NYC and the Arizona Museum for Youth in Mesa, Lynn Trimble goes in search of Asian art and music.
Lynn Trimble explores art projects and activities inspired by John James Audubon’s work with birds.
The Japanese Friendship Garden offers free admission this Sat, March 26, for those who wish to participate in special ceremonies and activities in remembrance of victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
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