Staying Home ~ A Year of the Pandemic in a Collage: 3 Sessions
About the instructor: Mela Delgado is a professional artist that believes that taking time to make art and being surrounded by it can make you understand yourself, life and make the world a better place. She earned her BFA from La Escuela de Artes Plasticas de Puerto Rico, and her MA in Museum Studies from John F. Kennedy University in Berkeley, CA. Mela has exhibited her art in Puerto Rico, South Florida and California. She has created private art commissions for homes and local businesses. Mela has volunteered her creative talents museums and other to non-profits in her community. Currently, Mela works at The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art as an Art Registrar and an Onsite Community Assistant.
Title: Staying Home ~ A Year of the Pandemic in a Collage: 3 Sessions
Instructor: Mela Delgado
Dates: August 15, 22, 29
Day & Time: Sundays, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Description: You stayed home during a global pandemic. How did you feel: What was going through your mind, body and soul? How are you coping with it now? In this class you can explore these questions and many more by creating a collage piece that speaks about your personal experiences during the pandemic. You will not only use paper, but you will learn how to use different materials, like glass, jewelry, beads, natural materials, photographs, etc. to create your piece.
Fees: $180 Members; $200 Non-members
Materials list: Materials provided, but please any baubles, trinkets, photographs, etc. that you would like to add to your piece.
Notes: Beginning to intermediate artistic level. Open to 16 - 100 years of age. Minimum registration required for workshop to proceed.
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Artist Mela Delgado