BtA is our blog series using imagery, audio, video and text to tell stories about artists and their art. This episode was produced by Rodney Mustelier, Marcela Garcia and Howard Leu. On this episode, our intern Rodney talks to artist, educator and gallerist Frank Juarez…
Monday, February 1
1–5 pm | ages 6–12
$5 for 53204 neighborhood residents
$10 for non-residents
Join us for this AwA workshop based on artist Faith Ringgold’s Tar Beach story quilts.
Story quilts illustrate memories we shared with our family and moments of significance. We will be creating our own story quilts using fabric, paper and oil pastel, and learn how to compose a narrative from Faith Ringgold’s work and from her book Tar Beach.
WPCA is seeking an Arts Education Coordinator to teach our on-site art programs, coordinate off-site residencies at schools and with community partners. The ideal candidate will have experience in art education, an understanding of the non-profit sector and excellent organization and administration skills.
BtA is our blog series that uses imagery, audio, video and text to tell stories about artists and their artwork. This episode was produced by Madeline Pieschel and Howard Leu.
On this episode,
we visited artist and educator Jill Sebastian‘s studio and home in the Walker’s Point neighborhood. She talked with us about the ideal living and studio space, being an educator, public/community art, controversy surrounding her Philosophers’ Stone art project, sound advice to young artists and much more.