Hat by Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow
Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Summer Umbrella Hat (modeled after Man's Summer Court Hat with Peacock Feather, Qing dynasty, 1644–1911, MET Collection), 2020. Cardboard, ribbon, string, wooden component. Photo: Torris Pelichet
Families, Art for Families, Free

Art at Rainey Park

Saturday, August 14, 2021
10 am-3 pm
Free

Families with children ages 4–10 are invited to join Noguchi Museum educators and special guest artist Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow for art activities at Rainey Park, across the street from The Noguchi Museum. Learn about Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow and Isamu Noguchi’s artistic process, and then work together or individually to make your own mixed media headgear.

After registering here online, families can drop in to join us at any point during the morning or afternoon sessions.

Morning session: 10 am–12 pm
Afternoon session: 1–3 pm

All participants are required to wear a face covering and remain socially distant when engaging with Noguchi Museum staff, the artist, and other families. Materials will be provided in a kit, and families are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket to sit on while making art in the park.

Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow is an interdisciplinary artist working in performance and installation art based in Queens, NY. Born in Jamaica, her work explores the nostalgia of her homeland, Caribbean folklore, fantasy, feminism, globalism, spirituality, environmentalism, and migration. She is a faculty member at School of Visual Arts and her work has been exhibited around the world. jodielynkeechow.com