SPACEcraft

Visit SPACEcraft at Azalea Park, St. Petersburg

MAKE / PLAY and READ/ GROW SPACEcrafts together again for the first time since the launch of project!

Visit to enjoy free creative activities and meet local artists during open sessions:

12/3/22 – 1/14/23 * see holiday dates below
Weds – Sat, 4:30 – 6pm

Azalea Park
1600 72nd St. N.
St. Petersburg

Make/Play

Explore FREE all-ages creative activities on the themes of Make and Play, led by local artists, musicians, crafters, and educators.

No sign-up required. Come as you are for this fun, outdoor experience!

The Make/Play SPACE presents participant-driven programs such as art workshops and crafting, musical performance and drum circles, educational toys and games, an interactive chalkboard mural, and more. You’ll also find activities to explore outside the SPACEs during all daylight hours! Make/Play features colorful magnetic shapes and a playable Duplo block wall.

Read/Grow

Explore FREE all-ages creative activities on the themes of Read and Grow led by local artists, writers, gardeners, and educators.

No sign-up required. Come as you are for this fun, outdoor experience!

The Read/Grow SPACE presents participant-driven programming such as a free book exchange, writing projects, paper making, seed planting, book making, and more. You’ll also find activities to explore outside the SPACEs during all daylight hours! Read/Grow features giant magnetic poetry, and a public plant share wall.

*HOLIDAY SCHEDULE:

Holiday closures:
Dec 22 – 27
Dec 31 – Jan 8
Open for sessions (final week):
Jan 9 – 13
Mon – Fri, 4:30-6pm
Closing party:
Jan 14

Learn more at www.exploreSPACEcraft.com

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FOLLOW SPACEcraft on FACEBOOK to see events scheduled

SIGN UP FOR THE SPACEcraft Newsletter- visit the SPACEcraft website

You can also stop by any time during daylight hours to check out our accessible interactive activities. Look for the mailbox and grab a flyer or SPACEcraft sticker, too!

SPACEcraft brings creativity into an active environment, sharing hands-on art experiences inside of two converted shipping containers. Both instructor-led and self-guided programs on the themes of Make, Play, Read, and Grow will invite people to interact and create together at each site SPACEcraft visits.

This one-of-a-kind project is produced with the support of Creative Pinellas and is funded by the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners, and is scheduled to travel throughout the county with new stops every eight weeks. This public art project is an original work conceived and produced by Carrie Boucher, Bridget Elmer, and Mitzi Gordon.  To connect with the SPACEcraft project, explore the calendar and discover upcoming sites, please visit explorespacecraft.com.

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