October 16, 2004
Albany-- It's an annual event that gets young ones in a creative mood.
At Tift Park Saturday, kids had a chance to explore all different types of mediums.
They made their own crafts, listened to singers, watched puppet shows and looked at art work created by other young artists.
"We have to remember the arts and the expressive area of the arts are the areas that bring in the math and science and spark creation of different things," says puppeteer Peter Heart of Atlanta Puppet company.
The "Art in the Park" event was sponsored by the city of Albany and local businesses.
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