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Cincinnati Art Museum Buzz on over this weekend and make a green project in honor of Earth Day! SAT 4.19 - Art In the Making 1:00-3:00 - Look at recycled art in the museum with artist Emily Louise Howard before creating your own masterpiece in the studio. This class format was designed for children ages 6–12 accompanied by an adult. $10 per pair Art Museum Members, $20 per pair non-members; ($3/$6 for each additional person). Call 721.ARTS to reserve your spot! SUN 4.20 - Bring your Own Craft 1:00-4:00 - Come make a material plant holder with fellow crafters! Material fee for those not bringing their own project: FREE for Art Museum Members, $5 non-members. Reservations not required. Image credit: Mayumi Oda b. 1941 Flowers for Honey, 1980 Color Screen Print The Howard and Caroline Porter Collection 1990.810 12 hour ago via Facebook

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