Family Saturdays: Portraiture and Community Landscape
The Arts Council of Princeton’s Family Saturdays invite children and caregivers to learn, connect, and grow together through hands-on experiences with art.
Explore the current Taplin Gallery exhibition RETRIEVING THE LIFE AND ART OF JAMES WILSON EDWARDS AND A CIRCLE OF BLACK ARTISTS through drop-in art-making workshops. In viewing, discussing, and creating artwork together, families invest in the arts in personal and meaningful ways.
Using your photo as a guide, the December 3 workshop will lead you to create a self-portrait considering the unique elements of your community – through color, texture, and space. You’ll then collage your drawing onto a background — real or imagined — to reflect a special landscape.
Free and open to all. All workshops designed and led by Dr. Ronah Harris.