In this family program, artist and storyteller Elise R. Peterson of Jug’s World encourages children to consider the relationships between themselves, nature, and the concept of home, inspired by the CAAM exhibition Sanctuary. Gather everyday objects from home—as well as leaves, sticks, pods, petals, and other things found in nature—and transform them into a world of your own through collage.
- Glue stick or any non-toxic glue
- Your favorite found objects in nature
- Found objects from home that can be glued (magazines, newspapers, glitter, etc.)
- Colored or white paper (if you have an empty canvas or another surface to collage on, feel free!)
- Drawing tools (markers, crayons, etc.)
Elise R. Peterson is a multimedia storyteller with a focus in visual arts, community building and writing currently based in Los Angeles, CA.
Her multidisciplinary visual work is informed by the past, reimagined in the framework of the evolving notions of technology, intimacy and cross-generational narratives.
Socially, it is her aim to continue to use art as a platform for social justice while making art accessible for all through exhibitions of public work and beyond. She has illustrated two children’s books.
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