Fargo Families Make Pinwheels at Plains Art Museum’s Kidquest
Families create different art projects every month
FARGO, N.D. — Families in Fargo are putting pastels to pinwheels.
The Plains Art Museum is putting on its monthly Kidquest event, where families can walk through the museum and create an art project together.
This month, they’re making plastic pinwheels and decorating them using markers and oil pastels.
They’re allowed to make two pinwheels: one for themselves, and one for the community.
“We’re about families learning how to walk through an art museum and how to talk about art together, as well as families having a safe and fun place where they can create and get messy and not have to worry about cleaning it up, because we’ll take care of that for them,” said Katherine Rieck, the assistant education director for the Plains Art Museum.
Kidquest happens on the first Saturday of every month, and families create different projects each time.