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Make It! Silkscreen, Zines + Buttons for ages 8-14yrs.

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  • Organizer: SSAC/WOR
  • Date: Friday, Jan. 18, 2019
  • Start Time: 12 noon
  • Event Length: 4 hours
  • Location: Mahon Hall
  • Expires: 15 days, 16 hours

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    As part of the Please Touch the Artwork exhibit, GISS Art students will lead a half day workshop at Mahon hall for ages 8-14yrs. Students will draw from the mediums & ideas used in the exhibit & the fashion show and share their knowledge and enthusiasm with younger students. In MAKE IT! registrants will rotate between -Silk Screening on Fabric, Zine Making and Button Making from 12-4pm, Friday, Jan. 18, 2019. Cost $55.
    This is a mentoring opportunity for high school students but adults will be present. Please bring a piece of clothing to screen print on, we will also have used t-shirts and clothing on hand. Leave with a newly silk screened piece of clothing, your own Zine and a button accessory!
    Register https://ssartscouncil.com/product/make-it/
    We have bursaries apply here https://ssartscouncil.com/youth-in-house-workshop-bursaries/

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