In July, 2021, ten 8-11 year old students gathered at the Woodmere Art Museum to "Explore the Dimensions of Sculpture." Dina Wind's art, and in particular, Spring & Triangle and Jewel #5, both works prominently displayed on the Woodmere campus, served as anchors for the lessons. The 4-day class was taught by Woodmere Art Museum's director of Education, Hildy Tow, and guest teachers Bill Osman and John Wind. Students had a fun, creative, educational and productive week, and their exhibition on the final day, attended by parents, grandparents, siblings, and Woodmere staff, was a truly joyous event.
Dina Wind (1938-2014) was a trailblazing artist and arts advocate whose bold, abstract sculptures challenged stereotypes and embraced sustainability. Inspired by her legacy, the Dina Wind Art Foundation empowers women artists, builds community, and supports arts education.