Family Jam at Philadelphia’s Magic Garden
This Sunday, June 10th from 12pm-4pm, Philadelphia’s Magic Garden will be celebrating the life and death of Antoni Gaudi (http://www.gaudiclub.com/) who was a famous architect and known for his work in the Catalan capital of Barcelona. He was inspired by nature itself and created art from materials like wrought iron, stained glass, and mosaic. During this Sunday’s family jam, there will be a chance to create faux stained-glass windows just like the true artists themselves. Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens is located on 1020 South Street. The place is known for its visionary art environment filled with diverse works of many different and talented art pieces. It is a community that provides access to Mr. Isaiah Zagar’s public art and murals. It is open to visitors daily. To get more information about this Sunday’s event or learn more about Mr. Zagar, go to: http://www.phillymagicgardens.org/. To get more information on future events, go to: http://www.phillymagicgardens.org/news/news. All Family Jam activities are free with admission. There is also a free kids tour at 2pm.
By: Thanh K. Le