Tape Art: Let's Draw Together!
       
     
 Curation by Prescott Trudeau  Exhibition Design by CMA Young Artists & Tape Art
       
     
 Tape Art is a supernatural art collective from Providence, RI led by visionary Michael Townsend. They travel the USA making public murals, visiting hospitals and schools, and spreading the ability of art to heal and help.
       
     
 For the exhibition with CMA, Tape Art preferred to let the audience determine what would be exhibited. Students and families were given the opportunity to request drawings through a submission form. 
       
     
 The Tape Artists would then collect all the requests, sort them into categories and assemble a composition employing as many ideas as possible.
       
     
 There were octopi, old trees, monkeys making mischief, a man in a beret, dancing bears, balloons, and many, many, many more subjects.
       
     
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Exhibition Postcard
       
     
Tape Art: Let's Draw Together!
       
     
Tape Art: Let's Draw Together!

July - Sep 2010

Children's Museum of the Arts, NYC

 Curation by Prescott Trudeau  Exhibition Design by CMA Young Artists & Tape Art
       
     

Curation by Prescott Trudeau

Exhibition Design by CMA Young Artists & Tape Art

 Tape Art is a supernatural art collective from Providence, RI led by visionary Michael Townsend. They travel the USA making public murals, visiting hospitals and schools, and spreading the ability of art to heal and help.
       
     

Tape Art is a supernatural art collective from Providence, RI led by visionary Michael Townsend. They travel the USA making public murals, visiting hospitals and schools, and spreading the ability of art to heal and help.

 For the exhibition with CMA, Tape Art preferred to let the audience determine what would be exhibited. Students and families were given the opportunity to request drawings through a submission form. 
       
     

For the exhibition with CMA, Tape Art preferred to let the audience determine what would be exhibited. Students and families were given the opportunity to request drawings through a submission form. 

 The Tape Artists would then collect all the requests, sort them into categories and assemble a composition employing as many ideas as possible.
       
     

The Tape Artists would then collect all the requests, sort them into categories and assemble a composition employing as many ideas as possible.

 There were octopi, old trees, monkeys making mischief, a man in a beret, dancing bears, balloons, and many, many, many more subjects.
       
     

There were octopi, old trees, monkeys making mischief, a man in a beret, dancing bears, balloons, and many, many, many more subjects.

img_1862.jpg
       
     
Exhibition Postcard
       
     
Exhibition Postcard