Cultural Ancestry Celebration was created by Loralee Grace, a local artist, and the students from the Cook Arts Center. Students worked with Loralee to learn about the cultural traditions of textiles and pattern making while mixing color palettes inspired by X-Rite Pantone's Color of the Year for 2016.
The Cook Arts Center provides high-quality programs in the arts for children and adults in the Roosevelt Park neighborhood. Activities and classes include music, dance, theater, visual arts, and ceramic programs. Through these programs, participants celebrate their own culture and the cultures of others. They enrich their lives, develop skills, build relationships, enhance their self-esteem, and build community.
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