Cabin Fever Reliever - Paper Marbling Workshop

  • Mar 6-7, 2021

  • Historic Richmond Town - PS 28
    449 Clarke Avenue, Richmond County, NY

Description

In a time of isolation, quarantine and social distancing, we all have felt a sense of extended cabin fever. This winter, Historic Richmond Town hosts a series of workshops designed to stave off the winter doldrums. 

Join historic interpreters from the Education department for a Paper Marbling Workshop on March 6.  Learn about the history of this art form with examples in our museum collection, and make your own marbled paper prints to take home with you!

Workshops are available as group slots at scheduled times. 

Tickets are $50 for a group of up to 6 people. Each participant will make 3 prints to take home. 

This workshop is recommended for kids age 7 and up.

Venue Details
Historic Richmond Town - PS 28
449 Clarke Avenue, Richmond County, New York, 10306, United States
The Staten Island Historical Society at Historic Richmond Town works to create opportunities for the public to explore the diversity of the American experience, especially that of Staten Island and its neighboring communities from the colonial period to the present.

We accomplish this by preserving and presenting centuries of American life through the efforts of ordinary people, from every background, who worked to build an extraordinary country.  The site and its structures are not bound to a specific historical event or famous persons.  Our region's history is a platform to share about American growth through the centuries.

To accomplish this the Society:

Operates and interprets Historic Richmond Town, the largest and most
complete historic village in the City of New York - 100 acres and 40 structures

Collects and preserves the materials of everyday life including artifacts,
archives and buildings that tell the story - 60,000 artifacts

Conducts and promotes research based on the historic collection

Shares the collection and knowledge with the public through creative and engaging interpretative programs