Spend some creative time with friends and family at this fun papier-mâché workshop inspired by the exhibition Your Place in the Multiverse: Jean Lowe. Make custom pieces to hang on backpacks, to decorate presents with or to share as personalized gifts. Join artist Kim Baise as she walks us through her unique papier-mâché method. You’ll learn basic techniques and come away with a new appreciation for the art form. No experience is needed. Get ready to get messy and have fun. All supplies are included. Bring an apron if you’d like.
Kim Baise is a Los Angeles based artist and designer with a master’s degree in printmaking and sculpture from NYU. Using papier-mâché, organic and repurposed materials, her mobile constructions and figurative assemblages embody the energy of her mark making. While referencing traditional Cartoneria, her ice cream trucks, banjo playing cats and crying eyes reveal her own hilarious take on the everyday. Kim has created works for West Elm, Crate and Barrel, Vans, Cirque Du Soleil, Discovery Channel, One King’s Lane and more.
Advanced tickets recommended. Limited space available.
Youth (12 and under): FREE
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