Gallery + Studio: Animal Flags
For ages 6–12 with accompanying adult(s)
Workshop led by
Stark holds a BA in art practice from UC Berkeley and works at Paulson Fontaine Press. She has made art with children and others, including at BAMPFA’s Family Day. In her own practice, she makes paintings and prints focused on personal culinary histories.
Artist Candice Lin shares aspects of her experience during the pandemic, including the companionship of her cat, Roger. After an up-close and personal look at the cats and other animals in Lin’s art, make a personal animal flag using a wax-resist fabric-dyeing process. (Smocks will be provided.) What animal is most special to you?
About Gallery + Studio
This two-part workshop integrates an interactive gallery tour with a related art project; the session lasts about an hour and a half. Please arrive promptly to secure your place, as space is limited.
Candice Lin: Seeping, Rotting, Resting, Weeping; 2021; hand-printed (katazome) and hand-drawn (tsutsugaki) indigo panels, steel bar, dyed rugs, glazed ceramics, epoxy resin, feathers, block-printed and digitally printed fabric (masks), bells, tassels, miscellaneous small objects, video (color, sound, 4:45 min); dimensions variable; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Justin Smith Purchase Fund, 2022