Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Threading WonderLab Bike Wheels
Way back in early September, we went down to Bloomington for the Fourth Street Festival, a little street fair they put on each year, with artists and craftspeople hawking their wares. It was rainy the day we went, so the usually enormous crowd mostly stayed away. As we got toward the end of the tents, we came to one set up by the WonderLab, where they were letting kids thread long strips of colored fabric through the spokes of bicycle wheels to make a community art project that would later be "planted" in the garden at the WonderLab.
Jackson threaded a few pieces of fabric through one of the wheels, and we were lucky enough to be able to see the completed "flowers" on display, as we had already planned another to trip to Bloomington, to attend the Indiana-Ball State football game a few weeks later.
There are a few more pictures from each of those days on my photo page.