Exhibitions

Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era
On view now through 09.17.17

Down and to the Left: Reflections on Mexico in the NAFTA Era

An exhibition that depicts socioeconomic and political climates and contradictions, including vast discrepancies in wealth and social status, actions of political protest and social unrest, indigenismo traditions, and emergent youth cultures.

Summer Studio

(Su17.408) Fabric Arts & SilkScreening

(Su17.408) Fabric Arts & SilkScreening

(Ages 12-14) Create multiples of your own design on fabric, paper, t-shirts and more. We’ll explore a variety of printmaking techniques, such as ink-and-paper prints, foam prints, wood block textile printing, stencil silk screening, linoleum cuts, and solar etching prints. Learn to combine these techniques to create multi-layered works of art.

(Su17.085) Colored Lights & Watercolor

(Ages 7-9) Create watercolor art of your own design while experimenting with projections of colored lights to cast shadows. Experience the magical variations of shade, value and tone and have fun learning about basic color theory and grayscale.

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(Su17.409) Painting

(Ages 12-14) Create your own unique paintings while learning foundational skills such as color mixing, brushwork and composition techniques. An emphasis will be placed on choosing subject matter and articulating individual visions. You’ll also have an opportunity to further develop skills in media such as watercolor, acrylic, drawing and then some mixed media.

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