This Saturday, I will be teaching a one-day workshop called Clipboard Shrine-ology from 10–5, in Seattle on the beautiful University of Washington campus. The campus is breathtaking right now, with spring blooms in full 'swing'. Here's more information on the workshop:
Create a fun and fabulous clipboard shrine dedicated to a meaningful event or person in your life. You will learn about various forms of Mexican shrines and their place in contemporary society. Discover how to manipulate various media including acrylics, fabric, paper and text–while learning the art of simple attachments for found objects. Express yourself with photos, handwritten notes and your own sacred objects. Supply list upon registration. No experience required!
Clipboard Shrine-ology #10.0330 (class #)
Sec 1: Sat 10 am – 5 pm, 4/25 only
Course fee: General Public: $62/UW Students: $47
Location: University of Washington, on campus, Gould Hall, Room 436
REGISTER: (web) http://exco.org, phone: (206)68-LEARN, Walk-in registration: come to the classroom before 10 a.m. on 4/25. Be sure to bring cash or check for instructor and registration fee, and basic supplies (email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for basic supply list).
I hope to see you there!