PRG’s Gallery Intern Noemi Mangual-Rosa (RU-Newark BFA Fine and Studio Arts ’20) provides four steps to creating a wind chime. This fun activity is inspired by the beadwork sculptures created by artist Noelle Lorraine Williams. Williams currently has artwork on display in our exhibition Why We Do What We Do. Great for both children and adults to explore, this activity can be done using simple or sophisticated materials.
String or plastic lacing (5 x 6″ strands)
Variety of beads – pony beads work best but be creative if you don’t have pony beads on hand. Consider small objects that may make an interesting sound when the wind interacts with the chime!