Dreams For Kids DC DIGITAL ART: March Mosaic Crafts
Join Dreams For Kids DC and our special guest artist Jacqueline for a creative afternoon of crafting. If you enjoyed our last sessions with Jacqueline drawing penguins, sea creatures, and flamingos, then you won't want to miss this creative art lesson!
What: Dreams For Kids DC has set up a virtual art clinic for youth with physical and developmental disabilities. This clinic will focus basic drawing skills. All you need is a craft or foam paper, hole punch, seeds or beads, and glue stick or glue. Jacqueline will breakdown the steps to make it easy for a beginner!
When: Friday, March 5th, 2021 from 4 - 5PM EST // 1 - 3PM EST
Where: Online via Zoom (You will receive the zoom conference link a few days before the clinic)
Who: Participants with physical and developmental disabilities aged 4 - 24, we also invite their siblings to attend as well! We also invite DFKDC volunteers and friends to join us online to make this a truly inclusive session. Please read about all of our new digital programming (in light of COVID-19) here: https://www.dreamsforkidsdc.org/programs
Dreams For Kids DC programs are 100% free and give children with disabilities to sports and other activities, helping them realize their full potential to succeed in all walks of life.
About Dreams For Kids DC: Dreams For Kids DC provides life-changing activities that empower children with physical and developmental disabilities to unite with their peers and realize their potential. DFKDC events are adaptive sports clinics held once or twice a month for children with disabilities aged 4 – 24. Through our events, those with physical and developmental disabilities are able to come off the sidelines and unite with their peers. A lot of these children have been bullied in schools, and are left out of activities with able-bodied children. The empowerment and self confidence gained through the clinic will carry over from the field to the home, classroom, and the community, allowing them to realize that their disability will not prevent them from fulfilling their dreams. Each child is partnered with a volunteer to learn the essence of teamwork, have a mentor, and also bond over a sense of camaraderie. Learn more at dreamsforkidsdc.org
About Jacqueline Adamo: Ms. Adamo is a painter and art instructor who works with students of all ages and ability levels to explore the creative arts in her Syracuse, New York Studio. She is a retired public educator with New York State certification in teaching Special Education, Regular Education and has taught in inclusive settings for most of her career. Ms. Adamo exhibits her own artwork professionally. Her students are supported in the creative process to explore the fine arts and create works, in a variety of mediums. Ms. Adamo encourages her students to work within their own style and pacing. Special supports and other considerations are discussed, planned for and implemented according to individual preferences, needs and abilities.
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