Sunday in Detroit

Today was MOCAD's monthly family day and we made pinatas! We met some friends there and the girls glued tissue paper onto some pre-made paper mache balls. Audrey colored over the tissue with marker and Erika wanted to made a cat, so I cut out some shapes and she glued a face on the ball. They're so fun that I hate the idea of filling and smashing them!

This project didn't take quite as long as last month's collaging and stuffed animal making, so, with some extra time on our hands, we headed over to the Heidelberg Project. This large outdoor, ever changing, "art environment" has been created out of the trash that Tyree Guyton and his family collected from their neighborhood in Detroit. It is quite a sight, and so much fun for the kids!

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