Art School: Labor Camp Report Open Studio
Art School is in session! Join a Mia teaching artist each week for a drop-in art-making experience. We’ll explore works from Mia’s collection and create art using simple materials we can find around us. Each week’s session is designed with a particular audience in mind, but open to everyone! Sessions last approximately 45 minutes.
Exploring negative space and use of black and white, this month’s art school uses Piotr Szyhalski’s COVID-19: Labor Camp Report as inspiration. For these activities you will need black and white paper (any kind will work), other recycled black and white materials (yogurt lids, buttons, yarn, anything!) and a pencil or pen.
This session is a drop-in Open Studio for people of all ages. Ebony Beck Will be leading you in a lantern making activity inspired by Piotr Szyhalski’s COVID-19: Labor Camp Report. We will be making paper lanterns using: White paper, a pencil, a black marker, a scissor or exacto cutter, clear tape. A cell phone light, battery powered tea light or a flashlight can be used to get the full effect of the project, but it isn’t necessary.
No need to register, just meet us on Mia’s Teaching Artist YouTube on Tuesdays at 10am! Click here to join.
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