Art at City Park
Outdoor Art Activities in Belfast’s City Park
Visitors of any age can drop by the Waterfall Arts station and pick up a materials kit for a different activity every week. Find us along the road near the tennis courts, or at the gazebo. Materials have been disinfected and items borrowed and returned are not re-used.
Free of cost, donations welcomed.
***In the event of rain on a given Wednesday morning, you can find Bridget for a guided lesson on Facebook Live at 11am that day instead, here!
Public health and your personal safety is our top priority.
All Waterfall Arts programs in the summer of 2020 will be held outdoors and physically-distanced. If materials are provided for any program, they will be prepared at least two days in advance and packaged in individual materials kits for each participant. For programs that take pre-registrations online, students will receive advance notice of any materials they are encouraged to bring to the program, for their own use. All programs are being designed such that participants can maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from one another and from the teacher, at all times – whether seated or in movement.
Participants will be responsible for bringing their own water and can spread out to seek shade as needed. Porta-potties or public restrooms are located near this location. When used, public tables and chairs will be wiped down and sanitized before and after the run of the program.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR: Bridget Matros is the Kids & Families Program Coordinator at Waterfall Arts. Matros came to Waterfall Arts with over 15 years of teaching art at every level and setting — from preschool circle-time to computer literacy classes for the elderly. A practicing artist herself, Matros developed and grew the Art Studio exhibit and program at the Boston Children’s Museum, is a published advocate for quality creative development in early childhood education, and has been deemed one of 21 “young leaders in arts education” by Harvard scholars.