ReMake the Holidays


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Families bend, twist, light, sculpt and animate a new version of the holiday season with workshops, demos, artist installations and more.

ReMake the Holidays is a response to increased consumption and waste during the holiday season and an attempt to give people inspiration and options to do things differently while having fun.

Each day will focus on different recyclable materials:
December 27 – Textiles
December 28 – Paper
December 29 – Plastic
December 30 – Metal


Special Features and Projects
  • Installation by Emily Stover, a current NYSCI Designer-in-Residence.
  • Puppet-making workshops and performances by Midnight Radio Show.
  • Ice sculptor Bill Bywater is back with a melting ice cap display, sculpted out of 4 giant blocks of ice, and daily ice sculpting demos.
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