Self Help Graphics & Art brings their Barrio Mobile Art Studio (BMAS) to teach screenprinting in the newly redesigned STUDIO/Lab.
Help us celebrate 50 years of Chicano/a/x and Latinx printmaking innovation and excellence in this hands-on silkscreen printing workshop, and continue SHG’s 50-year tradition of working with artists and communties to celebrate Day of the Dead.
Participants will learn how to create a handmade stencil with their own design, and silkscreen images with vibrant inks on tote bags.
Founded in 1970 in the heart of East Los Angeles as a program that works towards equity and social justice through art, SHG and BMAS nurture emerging artists and present Latino art to a broad audience and address the vast demographic that is Los Angeles, while also expanding audiences and community beyond the East Los Angeles and Boyle Heights communities.
Limited number of tickets available. Tickets are free with museum admission.
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