Russian-American History Month

in New York State (April 2021)

Make Russian Fairytale Characters out of Clay

April 12 @ 12:30 pm, Flushing Library

queenslibrary_logoPresented by the Queens Library New Americans Program, a part of their Russian Festival 2015: A Celebration of Russian Culture!
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Yevgeniya Rozentsvit,* master artist of Jewish Folk Craft Guild, Inc., will hold a workshop “Tell a Tale and Make its Characters.” She will introduce participants to the Russian Folk Tale “Masha and the Bear” and make the tale’s characters, while demonstrating synthetic clay techniques, the making and decoration of costumes, and the basics of paper weaving, which is becoming popular in today’s Russia.

(Supplies are limited to first 25 participants. First-come, first-served basis)

Admission is free

Sunday, April 12 at 12:30 pm
Flushing Library, Rooms: A&B
41-17 Main Street

By subway: 7 to Main Street
By bus: Q12, Q13, Q17, Q25, Q26, Q27, Q34, Q44, Q58, Q65, Q66

For more information in English: 718-990-0891

*The artist works for the Education through Art Program.

This festival is made possible with a generous donation to the Queens Library Foundation.

Queens Library is an independent, not-for-profit corporation and is not affiliated with any other library system

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