Connecting communities with artists to protect LA rivers, beaches & wildlife!


Join us in Frogtown in July and August of 2019! 

How does the river bring us together as a city? How does fast fashion impact our community, and the river? Come explore these issues, make a difference and learn how to make fabric art this summer in a series of fun pop-up workshops! You will work with local artists to create fabric-based art (kites, wind sculpture, flags, etc) out of donated fabric, recycled and found objects. After a flash clean-up of the LA-river, we will explore various fabric-based art-making methods with some of LA’s local artists, exploring techniques like assemblage, collage, patchwork, embroidery and scrap maps!

WHEN & WHERE:

Spoke Bicycle Café: 3050 N Coolidge Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90039

Dates: 7/13, 7/20, 8/3, 8/10, 8/17, 8/24

Time: 8am-12pm

WHO: 

Workshops are free and open to the public, and are suitable for ages 6 and up (adults, too)! Participants will meet and learn techniques from local artists, including: 

Sarah Farmer – Cypress Park-based sculptor, embroiderer and muralist.

Robin Banks – Highland Park-based found object, assemblage & installation artist.

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