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Lloyd Scholars for Writing and the Arts pres.

"FossilFools"

Teach-In for the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

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Mark Tucker, Art Director of the Lloyd Scholars for Writing and the Arts program at U-M and founder of FestiFools and FoolMoon, invites you to come make LED Luminary Sculptures in celebration of UM’s Teach-In for the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day on March 9 and March 10 at Palmer Commons (3rd floor, Main Lobby)

Students, staff, faculty and community members are invited to this FREE, fun, hands-on, environmentally supportive art workshop. Make and bring home your very own LED light up sculpture mobile!

Then join FoolMoon for a magical Luminary Processional which will step off from UMMA on April 3 at 8pm, arriving in Kerrytown for a magical light-filled extravaganza of community-made art, music, and street festivities. (Friday, April 3, 8pm-11pm).

FREE Luminary Sculpting Workshops (Drop-in):
Palmer Commons, 3rd Floor, Lobby Area
Monday, March 9, 2-6pm
Tuesday, March 10, 8-10pm


FREE FoolMoon Event (Dusk to Midnight, Kerrytown, Ann Arbor)
FoolMoon processional to Kerrytown: Bring your Luminary Sculpture to State street in front of the U-M Art Museum, Friday, April 3 at 8pm. (Arriving at Kerrytown, 8:30pm)

For more information, contact Mark Tucker at marktuck@umich.edu

Photo credit: Myra Klarman
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