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Custom hand made wooden dolls from Pop culture, musicians, and artists. Illustrations and paintings with a punk/junk flair. I will bring my supplies and paint there and even have a few dolls showing each step of the process.
Mosaic artwork using a variety of tesserae on various substrates. I will be making a mosaic wall hanging demonstrating several mosaic techniques. Materials will include but not limited to: vintage china, handmade pottery, glass, stained glass, tiles, beads, found objects, wire, wood items and more. I will demonstrate the making of the project, preparation to make a project, and completion on a mosaic by grouting and cleaning the piece
Mosaic Art Work
Art 120 and their band of creatives will be have their collection of kinetic sculptures out for a ride. Meet the urban art bikers who built these bikes from concept to completion in our workshops. Take an art bike for a spin or shoot some hoops from our basketball bike. We also will pre-register folks for our next workshops and have information about other Art 120 events.
Join a secret society and learn more about making pop up cards, paper puppets and mechanical paper toys from Crankbunny, animator & paper artist Norma V. Toraya! Make sure to ask Crankbunny how she evolved from using simple tools (such as paper, scissors, glue) to using laser cutters and 3D printed parts to create her fun paper goodies. There will be tons of paper novelties to play with in person. Sit down and also enjoy a hands on activity that will include making a take away Halloween themed animated paper toy!
Discarded and obsolete machinery and electronics transformed into fine art including interactive sculptures with kinetic and/or electronic elements.
Inspired by the popular toy, the ViewMaster displays live video feeds from unsecured IP cameras from the Internet. These cameras are shown randomly, offering a view into many people’s every day contexts and lives. Sometimes, while looking through a particular camera, another viewer on the current camera’s web interface controls the pan or zoom, offering ViewMaster’s user an especially provocative feeling of watching people watch – a kind of “metavoyeurism.”
I intend to start the day off with a pile of scrap metal, weld it, grind it, hammer it, compose it, and have a completed piece of sculpture by days end.