Exhibition: Dia De Los Muertos

Exhibition: Dia de los Muertos

Dia de los Muertos Exhibition October 21 – November 19, 2016 Marking the 24th year of this annual exhibit, Dia de los Muertos (November 1 & 2, to be exact) calls for us all to pay tribute to our loved ones who have passed…

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Opening Reception: Dia De Los Muertos Exhibition

Opening Reception: Dia de los Muertos exhibition

Join us in celebrating love & community at this year’s Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) exhibition. Colorful ofrendas (altars/offerings) created by artists and community members honor dead loved ones, as we celebrate their lives and reflect on…

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Exhibition: Annual Members Show

Join us in celebrating local art and artists with nearly 200 pieces of artwork in an array of medium and style, creating an exuberant display of color, texture, form and flow. The opening reception is in itself is a creative…

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Educator Workshop – Traditional Waxprint In Contemporary Art

Educator Workshop – Traditional Waxprint in Contemporary Art

  As teachers, how do we teach cultural subjects without appropriating? How do we make culturally relevant artwork without adulterating its historic and cultural significance? This workshop will provide educators tool to create lessons that are inclusive to both students and individuals who share a culture…

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Educator Workshop – Traditional Waxprint In Contemporary Art

Educator Workshop – Traditional Waxprint in Contemporary Art

  In this workshop, we’ll look at various wax-resist traditions and examine how contemporary artists are using the techniques while commenting on the culture and historic context in which it derives. We will look at artwork by British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare MBE and his use of Dutch Wax…

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After School Art Class

  After School Art Class is our project-based after school programming during the semester, running from Tuesday–Friday weekly. All sessions are FREE and open to all students ages 6–12. After School Art Class sessions are fun and creative, and encourages progression and…

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After School Art Class – Latina Artists

Latina Artists Celebrate the last week of Hispanic Heritage month, this week honors three Latina artists; Ana Mendieta, Frida Kahlo, and Linda Lucia Santana with art activities ranging between poetry portraits, environmental art, and painting about identity.  After School Art…

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After School Art Class – Ofrenda Project

Ofrenda Project Each year the Walker’s Point Center for the Arts’ after school students contribute to our exhibit by creating our very own ofrenda. Art activities will include sugar skull making, bouquets of paper marigolds, papel picado, miniature ofrendas from…

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