Family Fare: Circular Variations
Ages 6 to 12 with accompanying adult(s)
After studying sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design and cofounding the video collective Videofreex in late-1960s New York, Ratcliff moved to the Bay Area, where she makes sculpture, mixed media, and two-dimensional artwork and teaches art to children and families.
After a tour of circular works in Hippie Modernism, create your own art based on concentric circles using measurement and drawing tools, inked stamps, letterforms, felt, and stickers.
Sign up onsite beginning fifteen minutes before the session you wish to attend. Space is limited to twelve kids per session; please arrive promptly to sign up.
About Family Fare
On the second Saturday of each month, Family Fare connects art viewing with art making in ways that engage both young people and their grown-ups. In each session, families participate in guided viewing and discussion in the galleries with a UC Berkeley graduate-student guide. Then, they explore related ideas in the Art Lab with an experienced teaching artist. Each session focuses on a different group of artworks and related hands-on activities.