"Using and Reusing: Giving an Artistic Life to Discarded Materials"
"Using and Reusing: Giving an Artistic Life to Discarded Materials" In conjunction with his exhibition "Portraits of My Community," the artist Felipe Galindo invites the community to create a work of art using discarded materials. The artist will show how he has created some of his artworks and will provide supplies for you to create one. All you need is your creativity to participate in this fun workshop.
This workshop is free and will occur in front of Morris-Jumel Mansion on the stone patio. Masking is required to participate. No registration is required.
Venue: Morris-Jumel Mansion
65 Jumel Terrace
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