Roosevelt Islander Online: Blue Bus Project And Noguchi Museum Invite You To An Outdoor Afternoon Of Art Making At The Sanctuary On Roosevelt Island Tuesday August 9

Blue Bus Project
and Long Island City based
Noguchi Museum
invite you to a
Lantern RecyclingWorkshop
Tuesday, August 9 at
The Sanctuary Events Space/Outdoor Cafe
on Roosevelt Island from 1-3 PM.

Click here to register
for the free Lantern Recycling Workshop.

According to the
Noguchi Museum

The Blue Bus Project

… is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that brings participatory arts
events into underserved communities throughout NYC, heightening awareness
about social and environmental issues, and encouraging change through visual,
performance, and interdisciplinary art workshops.

As a mobile platform, the repurposed school bus hosts projects in public
parks, community centers, and NYCHA housing complexes, partnering local
organizations with artists to design programs for the specific needs of a

Watch this video to learn more about
Isamu Noguchi’s Akari Lanterns

and visit the
Noguchi Museum website

for more info.

Click here to register
for the Lantern Recycling Workshop at
The Sanctuary
on Roosevelt Island.

visit the Noguchi Museum in person

– it’s only a short 10-15 minute walk from the Roosevelt Island Bridge at 9-01
33rd road.


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