Children and Families: Hervé Tullet
1:00pm — 3:00pm
Join renowned author and illustrator Hervé Tullet in a collaborative, large-scale painting project in the fields. Tullet will read from a selection of his books and lead an interactive workshop for all ages. The program concludes with a book signing. Registration is open!
The workshop begins promptly at 1pm and all participants must register in advance. This program is free with admission but registration is required. Purchase Storm King admission tickets when you RSVP. REGISTER NOW!
- Suggested age range: all ages
- Location: Meet in the South Fields (all participants should park in the South Parking lot)
- Registration is required
- Please note: We anticipate June 4 will be a busy day at Storm King and visitors may be delayed in entering and parking at the Art Center. Please take this into account as you plan your trip to the Art Center. Be sure to allow yourself lots of time to arrive before the program begins at 1pm.
Hervé Tullet is an artist and performer, as well as an acclaimed children’s book author, whose large-scale interactive workshops involving up to 1000 people take place in various libraries, schools, art centers, and museums around the world. Tullet is a renowned artist of over 80 books, including Mix It Up (Allen & Unwin, 2014), Let’s Play (Chronicle Books, 2016), and Press Here (Chronicle Books, 2010), as well as a series of games by Phaidon. Tullet moved to New York City in October 2015. This Isn’t Trash, the first exhibition of his work in New York, is on view at The Invisible Dog through April 22.
Image courtesy of Hervé Tullet.