Winter Art Camp (Ages 6–8): Art & Ecology
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Mon, 10/24/2022 – 17:16
In this mixed media class, take inspiration from artists on view who love nature and want to protect the environment. You’ll sculpt, paint, and draw with artist Beatriz Jaramillo.
This program will take place indoors on LACMA’s campus, Monday–Friday, January 2–6.
About the Instructor
Beatriz Jaramillo’s work addresses the landscape as metaphor and modality, highlighting the tensions produced by the artificial separation between nature and culture, and, in the process, inviting the viewer to rethink their fractured relationship with nature. Beatriz studied Fine Arts in her native Colombia, and, in Los Angeles, she received an MA in Art Education and an MFA in Studio Art with emphasis in Sculpture/Ceramics. With her work, the artist integrates art, science, and technology with community participation, in order to inspire meaningful dialogues about environmental issues. Her artwork has been exhibited in several galleries and museums in the USA and Colombia. She also has served as a teaching artist at LACMA and the Norton Simon Museum, as well as a faculty member at Cal State University, as a Ceramic Instructor.
Masks are strongly recommended indoors for everyone. Learn more about all of the museum’s health and safety protocols.
Pre-registration is required for all classes. Enrollment for Winter Art Camp begins on November 16, 2022, at 10 am PST.
This class will take place in person.
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Image: Photo © Museum Associates/LACMA, by Brant Brogan
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