I am excited to announce that registration is now open for
The Art That Binds Us Together
Saturday, April 12, 2014
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Klamath Falls, Oregon
(Benefits the Favell Museum)
With The Art of Survival as your inspiration, you will remember the internment of the Japanese people in Tule Lake during World War ll, and re-discover how through the expression and creation of art, the process of healing begins.
Using Japanese papers and vintage kimono silks, you will collage different elements together to create a Concertina, a beautiful artist book that will be part of your own personal history and your hopes and dreams.
I am very proud to say that I got a grant to teach this workshop from the Oregon Cultural Trust. And holding the workshop at The Favell Museum is also very special, not only because it is where the Art of Survival Show will be held, but because of their beautiful facility along the Klamath River.
You can read more about The Art of Survival
and The Art That Binds Us Together here.
To learn more email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Favell Museum at email@example.com
or call them at 541-882-9996.
(bookmaking in progress)