Sunday, Aug. 6th (1-4pm)
In this workshop we will tap into our most creative selves. Are you intimidated by art? Do you think you’re bad at it? You’re not. I promise. Are you curious about what you can do with art mediums? We will try all kinds of materials and methods as well as learn about incorporating them into our lives through creative journaling and sketching. Together we will absolve anything that’s keeping you from being your most artistic and get rid of any judgment you may have toward what you’re capable of. Creativity and art-making is for us all. For adults of any level - this is about having fun with art and learning about what we love.
This class is limited to 8 people. We require a minimum of 3 people to make the workshop happen, so bring a friend!
WHAT TO BRING:
You'll need some basic drawing tools for this class: a couple pencils (2H and 4B preferred), a thin black pen (we love the .005 Micron), some watercolors, a watercolor brush, and a multi-media sketchbook. You can bring these supplies from home or purchase our discounted setHERE.
- Bring some snacks for yourself or to share if you'd like to eat while you're here.
(If you purchase Hope's discounted Supply Kit, it will be ready for you when you come to class.)
Hope Hilton was born in 1977 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Hilton curates, collaborates, designs, publishes, writes, and walks. Recently completed projects include the writing of over 200 personal letters to anonymous participants for College of the Canyons, Valencia, CA, a Topophilia workshop with teens in Bonao, Dominican Republic, AND a project about her love of reading at The Kitchen, NYC as well as in Beit HaGefen Art Gallery in Haifa, Israel. She is the Artist in Residence at Double Helix STEAM School, an adjunct professor of Art Appreciation at Athens Technical College, a consultant for The Georgia Virtual History Project, as well as teaching art to children at Treehouse Kid & Craft and Athens Institute for Contemporary Art. Hilton was awarded a grant in 2010 from the Forward Arts Foundation in Atlanta and was a finalist for the inaugural Hudgen's Prize. Hilton resides in a crooked farmhouse on a hilltop near Athens, Georgia. www.hopehilton.com