Vista Voyagers are joining Palo Alto Art Center to view and make art, activate creativity, and expand our community! Palo Alto Art Center is partnering with Vista Center to create an audio described tour & rain stick making event tailored just for you.
60% of our planet and our bodies are made up of water, playing an important role in our livelihood – and art. Voyagers will immerse themselves in their newest exhibit, “I am Water” and will experience a highly descriptive tour of the galleries. After the tour, everyone will have the opportunity to celebrate water by creating and decorating rain stick (sound makers) with interdisciplinary artist who is blind, Maia Scott.
Maia Scott teaches accessible arts at City College of San Francisco and offers arts centered classes at Lighthouse for the Blind. She incorporates labyrinths, social justice and play in her arts practice. Scott authored and co-created “Finger Walks”, a collection of tactile labyrinths produced by the American Printing House for the Blind. Scott is an arts activist presenting and participating in a variety of local organizations, museums, conferences and academia to spontaneous arts happenings.
Come join us for a private tour, and an exclusive immersive and accessible art lesson! You won’t want to miss this fun-filled event to kick off 2023.
Who: Youth with vision loss ages 5-22
Where: Palo Alto Art Center
When: Saturday, January 21, 2023 from 1pm-4pm