Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Marc Chagall Exhibit at “Chagall for Children” at Arlington Heights Memorial Library

Get hands-on with the works of master artist Marc Chagall this winter! At Chagall for Children, you can create mosaics, weave tapestries, use touch screens to digitally alter Chagall's masterpieces, create flower arrangements, conduct symphonies and even insert yourself into one of his paintings. Visitors of all ages can enjoy learning about art through multi-sensory components in this exhibit featuring 14 reproductions of his work such as the famous America Windows, I and the Village and Green Violinist.

This exhibit is generously supported by the Friends of the Library. Chagall for Children was created by Kohl Children's Museum This exhibit is open to everyone, and is especially suited for children ages 2-12.

Marc Chagall was a Jewish painter, born in Russia, who lived most of his life in France. Known for his whimsical, child-like fantastic paintings, Chagall is one of the best-known artists of the 20th century. provides early ALERTS that are not confirmed incidents. For more developed reports, see Not all ALERTS on are included on

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