Piece by Aymar Ccopacatty, courtesy of SBMA.
We’re only a few days away from Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA)’s Labour and Wait exhibit, and its arrival is giving us the art bug. Thankfully, SBMA wouldn’t dream of leaving us without an opportunity to express ourselves and is offering two workshops for us to get those creative juices flowing—all in conjunction with the principles and ideas of Labour and Wait.
On Sunday, June 30 from noon–5 p.m. on the museum’s front steps, you can learn about the beauty in the discarded with a weaving recyclables workshop, mirroring the techniques of Aymar Ccopacatty
and his found-object pieces. Come create your own functional art, made of everyday items that are often discarded without a second thought.
Piece by Tanya Aguiniga, courtesy of SBMA.
Further into summer, explore Los Angeles-based designer and artist Tanya Aguiñaga‘s crafty creations and methods on July 28 from noon–5 p.m. at SBMA’s Family Resource Center. Aguiñiga fabricates accessories, furniture and installiations that emphasize form, color and texture and their ability to intertwine cultures and societies.
Flex your creative muscle at the museum, laboring for your own craft. Check for more details here
-Taylor Micaela Davis
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