Nickel Plate Arts will be hosting a “Make Do” activity at this weekend’s Curiosity Fair, giving guests of all ages the chance to build whatever their imagination inspires them to build.
By Katie Arnold
Among all the science demonstrations and shows of this weekend’s Curiosity Fair, many interactive activities will be hosted by some of Conner Prairie’s great community partners, one being Nickel Plate Arts. The group will help festivalgoers build a large cardboard cardinal sculpture. Guests can help Nickel Plate, 3D Parts Manufacturing and Club Cyberia put the giant sculpture together.
“Nickel Plate Arts is all about promoting the arts by creating fun artsy experiences that everyone can participate in,” said Nickel Plate Arts Executive Director Aili McGill. “We want to help people explore the arts from all angles and flex their creative muscles whenever possible. Curiosity Fair is a perfect fit for us as it’s a celebration of exploration and experimentation.” Continue reading