DARIEN, Conn. -- The Darien Arts Center recently hosted "Draw On! Goes Green" at the Darien Library.
The drop-in community art project took place at the Darien Library last month and was part of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum’s community drawing festival created to inspire creativity. Participants were invited to use discarded dictionary pages to create one of a kind drawings, doodles and designs. Creations are currently displayed as part of a public art installation on the library’s windows.
The Darien Arts Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing visual and performing arts programs and events for the community that was founded in 1975. The DAC offers educational programs in Dance, Visual Arts, Music and Theater, special events and live theater performances by DAC Stage.
For more information on the Darien Arts Center or its art programs, residents can go to the DAC website or contact Beth Cherico, visual arts director, at 203-655-8683.
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