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Knoxville Museum of Art Hosts the Star Spangled Kids Zone at the City’s Fourth of July Celebration

June 19, 2009 | BigWheel

The Knoxville Museum of Art is pleased to host the Star Spangled Kids Zone during the city’s Festival on the Fourth Celebration.

The Star Spangled Kids Zone will have numerous hands-on art activities for children of all ages during the celebration. The KMA tent will be open from 2 – 8pm.

Art activities include:

Gem Magnets
Making a magnet is so simple. Using a gem as a guide, cut a circle from a favorite photo. Add a little glue and a magnet, and the gem magnet is complete.

Sun Print Photo
Let the sun do the work. Using found objects and the sun, children and parents can create a Sun Print.

Bracelets
Using beads and the alphabet personalize and make unique bracelets.

Magic Wands, Princess, and Wizards Hats
Let magic be the guide to make a wand and hat.

Sand Painting
Sand Painting has been done for decades. Using different colors of sand create abstractive painting.

Creative Unique Sun Visors
Keep the sun at bay and design a unique sun visor. Embellish with shining stars, flowers, rhinestones, glitter, and more.

Treasure Chest
Using amazing animal and global print paper, which represent every part of the world, create a special chest.

Side Walk Chalk
Create artwork using chalk on the sidewalk.

Painting Wooden Stars and Moons
Paint beautiful large wooden stars and moons.

Face Painting with Kelly Mules

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