Thursday, August 9th: Free Recycled Kite-Making Workshop

Free Recycled Kite-Making Workshop
Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn
7-8pm
Free, RSVP appreciated: lawnschool@gmail.com

/// Recycle household materials to make a beautiful easy-to-fly paper sled kite at this kite-making workshop taught by Lee Dares of the Kite Collective (www.kitecollective.org). We’ll have tools and materials but feel free to bring your own scissors. ///

The Kite Collective aims to empower people through education at the local level with the belief that development of individual physical powers is necessary to move forward with global sustainability through social and environmental change. We work one-on-one with students using kite-making workshops as a platform to explore human interaction and physical theory in a collaborative setting.

Lee is a Canadian model, designer, and founder of the Kite Collective. Upon close observation, her left eye is both brown and blue. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology last year. Since then, she has been making kites almost every day. She hopes to apprentice with a sacred kite maker in Bali before she dies.

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