Date(s) – 01/13/2020
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Jewish History Museum
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Monday, January 13th 5:30-8:00pm
Join us for a book making workshop to honor your family and loved ones. Bring with you family photos, images, or text that can be copied to create a beautiful piece of visual artwork.
Artist Gaby Hurtado-Ramos, who created the art for the ASYLUM exhibition, will introduce you to a variety of simple binding techniques and image transfer methods. Along with prompts and starting points that have been helpful in their own artwork, we will dive into making a handmade book that might honor or bring you closer to an ancestor.
This workshop requires a sliding scale $25-50 supplies fee. Limited scholarships availble by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP required: email@example.com
Gaby Hurtado-Ramos is an artist currently based in Providence, Rhode Island, making personal work that celebrates queer utopian futures in prints and ceramic tiles. Her illustrative and collaborative work centers marginalized narratives, often concerning the border. Gaby deeply misses Tucson, especially the sunsets and dancing to cumbia.