NMSU UAG Children’s Workshops

October 24, 2017 Julian Nunez

Las Cruces, NM—The University Art Gallery (UAG) at NMSU will conduct two children’s workshops in November.  Both classes will run from 1:00-2:00 PM on November 11th and 18th.

The first workshop on November 11th is titled Color and Contrast and is focused on the work of Nabil Gonzalez in the current gallery exhibition, Interference + Interaction.  Students will sketch still life using a limited color pallet and use color in a symbolic manner.  This class will be held in the UAG.

On November 18th students, will create 5×7 works of art using media of their choice.  This workshop is designed to coincide with the UAG’s 2017 Project Postcard auction to be held on November 30, 2017.  The students will be working in room 218 located on the second floor of the UAG.

OutsmART is a series of Saturday interactive children’s art workshops exploring the power of communication and media within personal and political spheres. Open to all members of the community and their children, all ages are encouraged to attend however this workshop may be most beneficial for ages 5-15.  Parents and guardians are encouraged to come to the classes.

If you are interested and would like to sign up for this event, please visit our Facebook event page, https://www.facebook.com/pg/NMSUARTGALLERY/events/?ref=page_internal or feel free to call (575) 646-2545.

The University Art Gallery at NMSU is located at 1390 E. University Avenue in Las Cruces, in D.W. Williams Hall at the intersection of E. University Ave. and S. Solano Drive. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Designated gallery parking is available, and general parking on the NMSU campus is free on weekends and after 4:30 p.m. on weekdays.

If you have any questions please call me.

Karen S. Conley

NMSU UAG Intern

314-704-9445

 

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