Eko Art Explorers
Eko Art Explorers engages children with the outdoors and inspires them to create artwork with recyclable materials and nature.
Children will have their imaginations sparked by books and stories and will go on eco-conscious explorations of Marcus Garvey Park. They will upcycle materials, creating artwork influenced by nature, with nature. Children will develop different art techniques as they create with diverse materials. Eko Art Explorers’ purpose is to spread love through unique creations and to give back to our local community and to our planet.
Nilfa Monzon educates youth about eco-friendly choices, while encouraging them to have fun in nature. She is an educator, poet and painter with more than 10 years of experience working with children and families. She has been part of the Pono community since 2016. Nilfa holds a bachelor’s degree in child psychology and aims to assist individuals to tap into their gifts and to share their light. She believes that every child has an inner artist.
Note: All art materials included. Ask about Early Bird and sibling discounts! Classes will meet at Pono. Children will also explore Marcus Garvey Park, weather permitting.
For more information and to reserve your child’s space, please contact Nilfa at Eko.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Every Monday, July 8th through August 26th. There are 8 classes this term.
Time: 3 - 4 pm
Ages: 3 to 12