Goats, art shows, summer fun and plenty of chances to find one’s creative passion are on the agenda at Tyler Park Center for the Arts this year.
A resourceful Girl Scout and her invasive plant-devouring goats will be joining artists, Tyler State Park Environmental Educator Bonnie Tobin and Ivy Hill Apiary for live demonstrations and hands on experiences for all at a free Community Day on April 2nd from 1:00-4:00 pm.
The Community Art Center located on the Richboro side of Tyler State Park brings everyone together to celebrate the arts and share inspiring adventures with local artists, community members and nature-based programing.
Members of TPCA can participate in the annual Members Show which opens to the public on May 19th from 7:00-10:00pm. Community Day has evolved at TPCA to involve more local organizations and collaborations with sponsors of the arts and community like Trinity Health, who joined in support of Crafts in the Meadow in 2022.
The show is a highly juried fine art and craft festival held the third weekend of each October for the past 13 years that celebrates local artist’s work. Live demonstrations and kids’ activities, bringing visitors new and exciting experiences each year.
Moving on to thoughts of summer fun amidst crisp January days, Tracey DeLellis, the lead instructor for Summer Art Camps, is preparing to inspire young artists ages 9-17 with three weeks of fun and creativity, including Cooking Crafts and Art, Modern Art, Wearable Art and Pottery.
The addition of LGBTQ Youth and Allies Art Camp with Audrey Lipkind and Jennifer Miller will round out camp offerings, elevating Tyler Park Center for the Arts mission of inclusivity, community engagement and art education, expanding the influence of art and culture to enrich lives and support allies. For more info visit TylerParkArts.org.
PHOTO CAP: Cooking Crafts and Art week at Tyler Park Center for the Arts Summer Camp