Event Type:Adult Library Programs, Class, Creative Services Programs, Maker/Artist in Residence, Makerspace, Senior Library Programs, Teen Library Programs
This class will come alive with “Colors of Hope” through colorful papers, paints, stenciling, plaster, and words of hope. Learn how to layer paper, decorative napkins, and paint washes, then add texture using modeling paste and plaster for a unique assemblage look. Create a three-dimensional effect by incorporating objects such as jewels, paper flowers, tiles, and ephemera. Each participant will learn a variety of mixed media techniques and will leave the class with a unique piece of art.
Please help ensure that other patrons have the opportunity to participate in this program by only registering for one session.
Please also visit with Roxanne Lingle and see her work on a special mixed media project at Library 21c for Meet the Maker in Residence on select dates from September 7 - October 10!
This program will take place in the community classroom of the 513 building, just past the 1st Amendment Gallery and near the center of the building.
The parking lot between the 513 and 515 buildings is available for attendees, as well as the free parking lot located at Hiawatha Gardens/Tajine Alami, behind the Chase Bank on Manitou Ave.