A fun and engaging class that will get participants looking at the anatomy of skulls and feathers. The class will help children to understand why and how some animals developed particular characteristics for survival and adaptation. Most of the animals are local to out backyard but we will span far far away for some exotic feathers.
Duration: 30-45 minutes
Maximum number of kids: 15
Teachers: David Henningsen and Paola Bari
About the Instructors:
David Henningsen received his formal training at The School Of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston with graduate studies at the M.I.T. Advanced Visual Arts Program. David is always actively engaged in music and art. Over the past 18 years he has enjoyed working with children and teens, teaching photography, airbrushing, guitar and rock performance. As a professional photographer, David is available for commissioned portraits for individuals and families (and animals!) as well as to photograph corporate and private events. He is the owner of 330 Gallery in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Paola was born in Italy and crossed the Atlantic in 1996. Paola is a local artists and she has exhibited pieces in both Europe and America. Her art is quite whimsical, featuring stretching frogs, cats, and ornately decorated game fowl. Paola’s other passion is love for animals and conservation. She is currently a trustee of the Cheetah Conservation Fund. Paola has been often visiting the conservation and she is part of the Cheetah Conservation Fund New York chapter.
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