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“The Lost Art of Play” Showing At Gmeiner
The Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center presents “The Lost Art of Play.” Grandparents, Parents, Aunts, and Uncles get the family together and take a stroll down memory lane. You will enjoy an exhibit of classic toys and old media icons that will flood your mind with memories.
You will have the joy of remembering how to play! And, if you’re on the younger side of life, you may just discover how to play by turning what may appear to be chaos into a meaningful experience or composition.
Remember those little yellow duckies, Captain Crunch, the Fisher-Price line-up, Charlie Tuna, Dial-Up telephones, Tony the Tiger, Bob from Bob’s Big Boy, letter blocks, Mr. Potatoe Head, 45-inch records, the original Campbells Soup can, Sanka Coffee, 7 Up, Popeye, the button farm or your favorite candy or burger; from back in the day? It’s all there in the form of unique and colorful art. You’ll remember a childhood with a bit of visual prompting from artist Andrew Whales.
“The Lost Art of Play” art exhibit and art sale is going on now until July 30th at the Gmeiner Art and Cultural Center, 34 Main Street in Wellsboro. The Gmeiner is open every day from 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM. You can also call in advance for an appointment, 570-724-1917 or email email@example.com.
Stop in and experience being a kid again, and bring your kids and their kids and discover “The Lost Art of Play.”