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I will lead bookmaking workshops with Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) English and Art students at Verdugo Hills High School in Tujunga, CA, supported by the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Students will create one-of-kind BOOKS by hand, and develop them with print and visual media to create unique works of writing, visual art and craft.
I will work with Seniors in the VAPA English class, and Freshmen in the VAPA art class.
These workshops are for specific VAPA students at Verdugo Hills High School, and will take place in VAPA classes during school hours.Find out more »
Join us and Artist in residence Debra Disman from 1:30 to 3:30 for an envelope bookmaking workshop and create heartfelt gifts and cards.
We will continue the fun from 3:30-5:00 PM with a winter community celebration.
All are welcome!
Light refreshments provided.
Attendees will also be entered into a drawing for a free LAPL sleeping bag!
This program is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.Find out more »
In this "Freedom of Expression" workshop participants will learn how to create a single signature binding and use assorted materials to design book covers which will reflect their unique individuality!
Join us to celebrate the Martin Luther King holiday and freedom in all its forms.
This program is part of my Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Artist Residency at the Granada Hills Branch – Los Angeles Public Library.
Thanks to Teen Librarian Kristin Peers, Senior Librarian Pamela Rhodes, and the LA DCA.Find out more »
Flag Bookmaking Workshop held for 5th graders on the theme of Shalom Bayit - Peace of the Home, as part of The Art of Ethics theme at the marvelous Silverlake Independent JCC.
While traditionally described as matrimonial harmony, we're into expanding the theme to include sibling harmony and all those in our homes.
This workshop is for those enrolled in the weekly calls, and part of the SLIJCC Visiting Educator Artist program.Find out more »
Children and families, join us to learn how to make the "Fireworks" book that expands as it unfolds. To honor African-American History Month we will develop our books with images of barrier-breaking members of this community who created their own brand of fireworks and changed our country, our culture, and our world.
All materials included.
This program is made possible by an Artist in Residence grant The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.Find out more »