July 23 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Help create an installation for ARTINA 2017, a sculpture park on the museum grounds, with artist Maryanne Pollock.
In this two hour workshop, participants will create a painted and printed canvas panel, re-envisioning the hanging gardens of Babylon and reflect on the way nature can restore the planet. The canvas will be used to construct a tent – a place of refuge, of protection and meditation, a gathering space for all to enjoy. Participants will also make a printed and painted work on paper to bring home. Stencils, silkscreens, and all materials will be provided.
No experience needed. Ages 10 to 110 but class size is limited to 12.
Maryanne Pollock is an international artist and certified art educator with years of experience teaching in such venues as the Phillips Collection, The Corcoran School of Art and Design, DCPS, DCPL, Artist in Residence for the State of Delaware, the Rehoboth Art League, the Sitar Center, and many other prestigious institutions.
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