Starting with the Eco-Arts Salon on December 11 at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden and ending with the Lunar New Year parade in Chinatown, we are getting ready for the Year of the Snake.
Are you a snake? If you or someone you were born in the year of the snake, here’s some information about what the Chinese Zodiac says about you: http://www.chinesezodiac.com/snake.php
Here’s some of the information:
Occupying the 6th position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Snake symbolizes such character traits as intelligence, gracefulness and materialism. When it comes to decision-making, Snakes are extremely analytical and as a result, they don’t jump into situations. They are effective at getting the things they want, even if it means they have to scheme and plot along the way.
Snakes are very materialistic creatures, preferring to surround themselves with the finest that life has to offer. This is especially evident in the home, where luxurious furnishings and surroundings help Snakes seek the peace they need in order to thrive.
Water Snake – Years 1953 and 2013
Influential, motivated, insightful, and highly intellectual are words that best characterize Water Snakes. These Snakes work well with others and enjoy being recognized and rewarded. They’ll reveal feelings to those closest to them, but no one else.
We’d love to have a few snakes help us build our snake lantern and sculptural forms. We will host five workshops in January with a professional artist experienced in creating with invasive and abundant materials.
Contact us if you’d like to participate!