Community Art Project at the Create Zone


Make your own robot

Local artist, Larry Calkins, and team provided guidance and free supplies for children and families to make their own robot sculptures out of wood, bottle caps, and other recycled materials. 

Drop-in art making was open throughout the weekend on Saturday and Sunday, in tents behind Heritage Hall.

Adults and children alike had fun creating and making their own robot sculptures that they could take home! Robot coloring sheets were provided for younger artists.

This community art project was sponsored by the Kirkland Cultural Arts Commission  and led by Larry Calkins, a multi-disciplinary artist and teacher. See more of his work at