Fri, Jun 16|
Pilsen Arts & Community House
Oh, Where'd Your Wonder Go? - Collage Workshop
A workshop by artist Learenna A. Reynolds! Join us for a night of reclamation as we conjure up our childhood wonder and exploration through collage.
Time & Location
Jun 16, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Pilsen Arts & Community House, 1637 W 18th St, Chicago, IL 60608, USA
About the Event
Join us for a night of reclamation as we conjure up our childhood wonder and exploration through collage.
In remembrance of childhood play and curiosity, we will explore using everyday objects and materials. Let’s get our creative minds and imagination flowing!
* Class Fee Includes All Materials
* Classes are accessible to everyone. Please select your ticket registration that best fits your accesibility.
This workshop is brought to us by @thee_artspace as part of "Communal ArtSpace" / "Putting the Pieces Together" which is in full effect, June 1st-July 2nd as an activated exhibition and community art project. Centering BIPOC queer and trans creatives and making history in art is the goal and we want YOU to be a part of it. Being a creative can be as simple as claiming it. We want folks to claim their power, make their mark, and contribute to our collective works of art.
“Putting the Pieces Together” led by @thee_artspace , explores identity and the role that art plays in how we understand one another. This Communal ArtSpace exhibition was inspired by multidisciplinary artist, Learenna Reynolds, who described the process of collage as “putting a puzzle together.” Centering collage work from some of Chicago’s most amazing collage artists, we deepen connection between ourselves and within ourselves to piece together our life experiences.
There will be 5 activations for this exhibition in which some of our exhibiting artists will facilitate a workshop and guide community through a visual art collaboration.
Be ready to join us, contribute to our community canvas, and be the creative that you are.
Communal ArtSpace is an activated exhibition and community art project where both the audience and the artists are at the center of the art show.
Each Communal ArtSpace has a theme and associated medium.
Artists get the opportunity to interact more with the community while viewers get the chance to make art and learn from the artists. Collaborative art made during Communal ArtSpace will be presented at the end of the year.
$20 - Full Workshop Fee
+$0.50 service fee
+$0.50 service fee0
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Minimum $10 workshop fee.
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PACH Sponsored Fee
PACH believes art should be accessible to All! Please select this Ticket option if this best fits your accessibility to participate. PACH will sponsor your registration fee.