njdevilmascot.jpgThis is a really cool way to spend the day off from school for an aspiring artist and sports fan. There will be a drawing clinic held at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center hosted by Tony Capparelli, sports artist and educator.
If you’re a sports fan, you know Tony Capparelli’s art. From his piece Big Blue Afternoon, which celebrated the final season of Giants Stadium to his most recent Super Bowl XLIV portrait, Capparelli has captured the art of American sports.
Kids who attend the clinic will get art lessons from Capparelli as they create a portrait of the NJ Devils mascot. Sorry grown-ups, this clinic is just for kids.
Tony Capparelli’s Art of Sport Workshop
Who: Aspiring sports artists ages 5-13
What: Fun drawing clinic conducted by award-winning illustrator, Tony Capparelli. Special appearance by the NJ Devils mascot. Refreshments and materials included.
Where: Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, Campus of MSU, 8 Quarry Road, Little Falls, NJ.
When: Monday, February 15 from 11 am – 2 pm.
Cost: $10 per child. To RSVP call 973.655.6891.

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