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Creative Family Workshop: Mini Altars

with Beth Krumholz

Sunday, February 20 · view days & times
Price: $35 | $31.50 ArtsQuest Member
Fees: $5 Visual Arts Service Fee on all orders
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Venue: Visual Arts Classroom
Ages: All Ages

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1 Day Workshop

Sunday, February 20 | 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

In this Creative Family Workshop, participants will work together and learn how to create a miniature altar. This can be in memory of someone they love, it can be aspirational- to make something to wish for, or it can just be a collection of favorite items! Participants are encouraged to bring in small items they would like to include in their alter, but other supplies will be provided during class time.

Creative Family Workshops are designed for a group to work on one project together. Families of all forms are welcome to join--that means you can come with friends, significant others, or even by yourself!

Beth Krumholz is a Berks County, Pennsylvania native, currently residing in Bethlehem. She is a practicing and published educator, artist, poet, mother, and community arts activist. She has worked in the field of alternative art education for over 20 years, having designed and implemented innovative participatory arts programs from the east coast to the west coast, including at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the 92nd Street Y in New York City. She earned a BFA from the California College of Arts & Crafts and an MFA from the University of Iowa, with her focus on studio art and art history. She is certified in Visual Thinking Strategies and brings that pedagogy to her art education programs.

Beth’s talks the talk and walks the walk, as she has successfully piloted a number of public grass-roots art initiatives that explore facets of social awareness with community, folklore, and the power of art and language. Beth is interested animating our daily experiences in the day to day. Marquee Poetry, which brought over a dozen poems to marquees around the county for National Poetry month, is heading into another season and has expanded well beyond where it began. When Beth isn’t working, in her spare time, she enjoys Indian cooking, waterfalls, table-top gardening, and playing with her son and their cats.

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Venue Information
Visual Arts Classroom
Banana Factory
25 W Third Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
610-332-1300
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