Free art for Gardere area children.
There was a free art camp for two hours in the early afternoon (1 P.M. – 3 P.M.) at 8435 Ned Avenue in Baton Rouge, on April 12, 2014.
The LSU Museum of Art is involved with reaching out to the local community with an effort called the Neighborhood Arts Project.
This event was dubbed the Gardere Initiative and had the added participation of the Red Stick Mobile Farmers Market.
The idea is to provide free art making supplies and activities for children of all ages to explore the possibilities of art.
A Photo Journal of the Neighborhood Arts Project
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