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"Peace and Harmony" Workshop at Climate Arts Festival 2023

Saturday, April 22, 2023
11 – 4PM

As part of the Climate Arts Festival, A4’s What Can We Do? micro grant recipient Yasuyo Tanaka will present “Peace and Harmony,” a workshop in which participants dye Japanese paper, fold paper into flowers, and connect origami flowers to make medicine balls together, wishing for a healthy future.

Join us for an empowering day as we reflect on our international climate crisis and explore ways to help our planet thrive. Bring the whole family for fun, hands-on activities, art exhibits, music, interactive performances, special tours, demonstrations and more! And be sure to check out our Sustainable Vendor Fair to support local businesses! Check back for schedule details.
Family-friendly; For all ages

Advance tickets recommended; walk-ins welcome

Included in Garden Admission: Adults $6 • Seniors (age 62+) $4 • Students with ID $4 • Children (ages 4 to 12) $2 • Children (3 and under) FREE • Members FREE***

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Free & Reduced Pricing Opportunities

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This project is a part of the What Can We Do? micro grant program, presented by Asian American Arts Alliance (A4) and is supported by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Special thanks to Council Members Christopher Marte and Sandra Ung.

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