Michael Goins, left, and his wife Stephanie Goins film an educational children's program about community art while outside of their studio at the Glass Street Collective early Wednesday morning. The Goins use puppets and computer generated backgrounds to teach kids about music and art on their online show titled "Owl Hill".
Michael Goins, left, and his wife Stephanie Goins film an educational children's program about community art while outside of their studio at the Glass Street Collective early Wednesday morning. The Goins use puppets and computer generated backgrounds to teach kids about music and art on their online show titled "Owl Hill".
Photo by Dan Henry .
published Sunday, March 3rd, 2013
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