MOA Offers Summer Workshop Series for Teen Girls
Artists featured in the BYU MOA’s current contemporary art exhibition, “Work To Do: Trent Alvey, Pam Bowman, Jann Haworth, Amy Jorgensen” will lead a series of workshops geared toward teen girls and their female mentors. Each artist will personally guide participants through the exhibition followed by an art-making activity related to selected exhibition themes. Information about registration for the free workshops can be found by contacting the MOA education department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-422-8258.
May 31 | 1 – 4 pm
Create soft sculptures, and learn about how Haworth uses repurposed domestic materials for her artwork.
June 28 | 1- 4 pm
Discuss and explore issues relating to self-image and gender roles, and create art that expresses your feelings about them.
July 19 | 1- 4 pm
Examine the affect labeling can have on women, and create art that challenges female stereotypes in popular culture.
August 16 | 1- 4 pm
Create woven sculptures, and explore traditional and non-traditional definitions of “women