Local children make art they can wear Sunday.
The Erie Art Museum hosted another Second Sundays event.
This month's project was inspired by artist Betty Schabacker's painted cloth animal collages and sculptures.
Visitors enjoyed a tour of the museum and make their own fabric tails.
"It's a great way to reach new audiences and bring in people that have never been to the Art Museum. It's also just fun to really understand art by making art," said Ally Thomas, the museum's education coordinator.
A stylist at Pointe Foure Bintage Boutique, Emily George, donated the textiles.
Next month for Second Sundays, children can make their own wrapping paper.
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