The Community Circle Project at Seekonk Library
Wednesday, April 28 at 5 pm and 6:30 pm
Seekonk Library will be hosting Sandy Coleman’s Community Circle Project on April 28 at 5 pm and 6:30 pm. Adults, families and children are invited to participate in a unique, relaxing program that combines art with a sense of community. Using the simple shape of a circle and basic drawing supplies, participants create art that reflects their thoughts or feelings. While drawing, participants will engage in meaningful conversation about common bonds and the desire for good in our lives, our community and the world. Participants will be led by local artist and Community Art Circle Project founder, Sandy Coleman. At the end of the program, everyone will be invited to take a photo of their completed circle to be exhibited on the Community Circle Project website.
No experience is necessary to participate, just a desire to draw, create and build a sense of community through art. To register for this virtual program to be held via Zoom, visit the events calendar at seekonkpl.org. This program is funded by the Seekonk Cultural Council and hosted virtually by Seekonk Public Library.
Sandy Coleman has taught art classes at the Attleboro Arts Museum for five years. Her acrylic paintings and mixed-media collage works reflect her fascination with torn paper used as 'paint.' Sandy’s creations have been featured on HGTV, in Oprah magazine, and in exhibitions at colleges, museums and galleries in the Boston and Providence area. “Change happens in big and small ways and each of us can play a role in that through the power of art for relaxation, reflection and reflection.”