Kids Interpret Picasso

I heard about the “Con su permiso pintores!” exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Salta, Argentina, on a new-found blog favorite, Pirouette. Children were invited to reinterpret works of art by famous artists. Go check out the other exhibit images on Pirouette. {Oh, and bookmark their site while you’re there. You’ll love all the children’s design inspiration!!}

Cultivate Creativity at Home: Why not pull out some of your favorite famous images from your high school (or college) art class and share them with your kids today? Hand over some crayons, paint and paper and let them reinterpret. Then have your own art museum exhibition — right in your own living room!

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