Tickets are $25 for members and $30 for nonmembers, and are
available at www.toledomuseum.org.
Registered participants will be able to test their chalk art
skills and color in the designs created by Jardine with their
creativity kit. Face coverings will be required throughout the
event and social distancing will be enforced.
The TMA Family Center on the Move tent, located on the
Main Museum grounds by the Play Space near the Plough
entrance, will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and free art
making activities will be available.
Caroline Jardine (CARO) is an artist, muralist
and educator. She was introduced to creative place-making as a
teenager, when she was began working with the Arts Commission of
Greater Toledo as an apprentice. Her passion for engaging with
the community through art grew, and she has since created and
led murals, installations and collaborative projects for
organizations, businesses, schools and community events. Jardine weaves Ukrainian
symbolism into her mixed media pieces to depict themes of
connection, history and identity. She currently lives and works
in Toledo as a high school art teacher. To see her work, visit www.carolinejardine.com/murals.
Ms. Jardine is also creating a collaborative mural as part of the
Momentum Festival, The Arts Commission’s annual festival
that celebrates the transformative vibrancy of the arts in
Toledo and the wider region. The designs created for the TMA
chalk art project will be inspired by the designs in that mural.
For more information, visit www.momentumtoledo.org
NOTE: Caroline Jardine’s visit and Family Center on the Move are
both weather permitting.