Snug Harbor at Home: Custom T-Shirt Art for Families

Create your own original artwork—and have it made into a t-shirt!  You’ll love this livestream family art session on July 11, led by professional teaching artist Pauline Velez-Romano, in partnership with the Borough President’s Office and Special Tees.  Inspired by healthy eating and the foods you have at home, this interactive art lesson will focus on creating beautiful still life artwork that will be transferred onto a t-shirt that you’ll be proud to wear all around town.

REGISTER HERE

WHERE: Your home, via Zoom (link provided in a confirmation email upon registration)
ADMISSION: $30 for the program and one t-shirt | $20 for each additional t-shirt
Snug Harbor Members will receive a 10% discount when they register after logging in to the membership portal.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: July 10, 11:00 AM
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT ARTWORK: July 19, 5:00 PM
DEADLINE TO PURCHASE ADDITIONAL T-SHIRTS: July 19, 5:00 PM

After the lesson, families will receive an email that summarizes the main points from the Zoom session, allowing participants to review what was learned, continue working on their artwork, and be ready to submit their completed design to Snug Harbor.  Artwork is due by July 19 at 5:00 PM to engagement@snug-harbor.org.

We’ll email you when your t-shirt is complete, by approximately mid-August.  Pick yours up on Wednesdays between 4:30 PM and 7:00 PM at the South Meadow stage at Snug Harbor.

Pauline Velez-Romano is a teaching artist and educator working with children ages 3 through teen for more than 25 years. An entrepreneur and owner of Crayonblu Inc. established in 1991 Ms. Romano provides art based programs for education and entertainment. Partnerships include local Public Schools, Community Based Organizations and Museums. Ms. Romano is a graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology; studied Advertising/Communications and Watercolor. She is also a Certified Montessori Teacher as well as a QIDP. Her art reflects her interest in collage and watercolor combining the two. In 2005, Ms. Romano was selected as a contributing artist for Mayor Bloomberg’s Arts Council Dinner. She is currently employed as Art Consultant/Teacher at Children’s Harbor Montessori School. She is also a current member of the Art Lab Faculty at Snug Harbor. Most recently, Pauline has begun presenting watercolor classes to adults suffering from mild dementia and emotional disabilities in residential facilities. In her free time she enjoys spending time at home with her husband, son and two dogs.