Artist Juliana Huxtable explores the intersections of race, gender, queerness, and identity using a diverse set of means, including self-portraiture, text-based prints, performance, nightlife, music, writing, and social media. In honor of Pride month, look to Huxtable’s work as inspiration and create your very own talisman using neon paint, construction paper, and glitter.
- Construction paper
- Neon paint (or bright colors)
- Glitter glue or stickers
What to Expect:
- 30-minute interactive fine art class led by CMA Associate Director of Programming Raquel Du Toit
- Curriculum combines elements of art practices, an introduction to contemporary artists, and music, allowing for an active and entertaining live class
- Small class size allows for more interaction between children and the instructor
- Specialized lessons and engaging activities are designed for children ages 6-11 (younger and older students are always welcome!)
- Children are encouraged to express their ideas, activate their imaginations, and connect with others through activities rooted in art and expression
- Families will need to provide their own materials (often basic art materials and recycled / found materials from home)
- Class times are listed in Eastern Time (ET)
- This class may be recorded for educational and promotional purposes. If you do not wish to have your image or name on screen, please join with audio only and rename yourself using the Zoom rename options.