Art Making in Community: Impressions of Identity and Culture

Sat 5/14 • 12PM - 2PM PDT

This two-hour workshop, inspired by Aboriginal Screen-Printed Textiles from Australia’s Top End and led by Marianne Sedowski, is intended for people ages 6+.

Participants will design and create their own bandanas using images connected to nature and the environment, symbols of their own culture, and abstract depictions that express their individual and/or cultural identity. They will then learn how to carve these images on a block and print them multiple times in order to achieve the desired effect on their bandanas. Participants will also mix their own colors and reflect on the importance and symbolism of color as a means of expression. Space is limited to 25 attendees.

This program is presented in partnership with Self-Help Graphics & Art.

Art-Making in Community: Come enjoy a range of art-making practices in a collaborative environment. Inspired by Fowler exhibitions, these process-based workshops and events are designed for individuals of various ages and levels of experience.

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