Virtual Gallery + Studio: Exploring and Envisioning Structures
For ages 6–12 with accompanying adult(s)
Greta Liz Anderson is a multidisciplinary artist and a graduate of San Francisco Art Institute’s MFA program. From 2017 to 2019 she was a teaching fellow in Root Division’s Latinx Fellowship Program. Her interactive installations and performances have been presented at the de Young Museum, the San Francisco Mint, and other venues in San Francisco, New York, Miami, and Paraguay.
This workshop integrates art on view at BAMPFA with a related art project; the session lasts about forty-five minutes. Sign up for this event on Wednesday, January 6 or Thursday, January 7, when the sign-up link will be active on this page. The meeting link will be sent to you on the morning of Saturday, January 9.
Drawing on her childhood as the daughter of architects in Asunción, Paraguay, San Francisco Art Institute alumna Greta Liz Anderson shows how a San Francisco mansion was transformed into the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, an earlier version of SFAI. Then, she invites you to explore floor plans, building sketches, and interior design symbols as tools for drawing an imagined structure. This workshop is inspired by the online exhibition Orbits of Known and Unknown Objects: SFAI Histories / MATRIX 277.
Please gather these materials before our session:
- Two large sheets of paper (at least 9 x 12”; 11 x 17” or 18 x 24” is also great!)
- Sharp pencil
- Drawing tools for coloring, such as colored pencils, markers, or crayons