Hand your kid a brush and let her go to town on something other than your walls for once. This all-ages art project gives your mini Banksy a chance to contribute to Konstantin Dimopolous’ Blue Trees public installation, for which he turned downtown Denver’s trees blue to call attention to the problem of deforestation. After painting one of 200 saplings scattered around the park, young participants can also visit arts and crafts booths or chat with representatives from Denver Forestry and other local environmental groups about the ecological benefits of trees.
—Photo courtesy of Adam Larkey
- Kids and Family
- May 21, 2017 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.