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What makes a Monument? A Youth Design Workshop at the Boston Public Library

February 26, 2018 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Price: Free and open to the public
Where: Adams Street Branch, Boston Public Library, 690 Adams Street, Dorchester

What makes a Monument? A Youth Design Workshop at the Boston Public Library

How does a city or a community tell its story? Who gets to decide which stories are told and how they are told? In this hands-on design workshop series led by architects from BSA Space, students will ask these questions and begin to define for themselves how to tell the story of Boston’s history.

Students will then use the Design Process to design a new monument for a site in downtown Boston. Using art, math, social studies, science, and language arts skills, students will complete their designs with drawings and the creation of a three dimensional model from recycled materials. This program is for students in grade five–seven.

*This program is a series of four classes. You must register your child for all classes. To register, please contact the Adams Street Branch at 617-436-6900‚Äč.

This is a program of the BSA Foundation.

Your registration includes acceptance of the BSA Space photo release and consent policy.

Image courtesy Lucy Perkins Photographer.