|Date/Time:||Tuesdays July, 22, 29 | 2-3:30|
|Admission:||Non-members $15 for 1 adult and $5 per child ($5 for each additional adult); Members $5 for each adult and child.|
About the Program
Join us for Spotlight Family Studios, an in-depth opportunity for kids and their adults to explore the gallery with an artist, focus on a selected style or technique, and create art together. These workshops will spotlight art from Designing Home. Create art using a variety of fine art materials. Ages 5 and up.
Textiles Get Tickets
Tuesday, July 22
Join Geana Sieburger of Britex Fabrics for an in-depth look at the textiles in Designing Home. Then experiment with fabric-arts techniques in the studio; including hand sewing right onto a stretched canvas, fabric collage, and textile design.
Geana Sieburger is a graduate of the California College of the Arts, her previous artwork explored interior intimate space that took form as textile installations--such as false ceilings set at 4 to 6 feet from the ground often partnered with videos projected onto the textile--that modified our experience of common spaces. She currently works as the Community Outreach & Marketing Director at Britex Fabricsand is also the founder & designer of GDS Cloth Goods, a sewing studio offering beautifully-crafted, utility-based, custom-designed and ready-made cloth goods to businesses and individuals.
Printmaking Get Tickets
Tuesday, July 29
Dive into the world of midcentury modern colors and patterns as you explore the book and album covers, posters, and other graphic works in Designing Home with local artists, Alexandra Blum and Calixto Robles. Then experiment with screenprinting on fabric and paper to create colorful prints of your own design.
Alexandra Blum works in printmaking, painting and mixed media. She has exhibited at The Legion of Honor and the Mexican Museum and was the 2010 artist in residence at the de YoungMuseum, where she created the installation Silhouettes and Conversations: Articulating a Communal Vision.
Calixto Robles is a San Francisco-based painter, printmaker, and arts instructor born in Oaxaca, Mexico. His artwork has been exhibited internationally, and he has led workshops at SFMOMA, the de Young Museum, and the Mission Cultural Center.
Lead support for Family Programs at The Contemporary Jewish Museum is provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Presenting partners include The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation and Target. Major support comes from Bank of America. Additional support is provided by Valerie and Norman Snart in honor of Waldo and Helen Blumberg.