The Utah Arts Festival's Art Yard is taking kids on a tour of the five senses.
For taste and touch, kids can create taste buds or warts to glue on a giant papier-mache frog.
For smell, they can paint on a giant "scratch-and-sniff" nose.
For hearing, they can paste paper ears -- of either the human or corncob variety -- on a wall, painted with the legend, "If these walls had ears..."
And, for sight, they can create shapes out of colored plastic and affix them to a mesh canopy -- which they can walk under and enjoy multicolored sunlight.
There are also other doings for the senses, including two screens showing the Fear No Film Fest kids programs, a performance stage to listen to music and storytelling, a food booth selling PB&J sandwiches, and the "instrument petting zoo" that allows kids to try their hand at an orchestral instrument.
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