“Street and Studio” w/ Ana Teresa Fernandez Opens Tuesday, July 6th! And more FREE art workshops for youth as the Studio Art Institute continues

ArtsChange’s Studio Art Institute continues next week. Second Session highlights include two workshops in aerosol and street art led by Bay Area standouts Fred Alvarado and Ana Teresa Fernandez. Also, explore new performance techniques in poetry and movement with Aimee Suzara.

See the complete list of workshop offerings is below. Spaces are still available.
All workshops are FREE for youth ages 14-21.
Registration is required. Contact ArtsChange at 510-275-4787 for info or to use the on-line registration form CLICK HERE

Instructor: Ana Teresa Fernandez
Jul 6 to Jul 22, TTh 11-1pm

Explore elements of street art including large scale composition, 3-D lettering, and blending with aerosols. All supplies provided. Free for youth ages 14-21.

Works by Ana Teresa Fernandez

Also Coming Up

Instructor: Fred Alvarado
Jul 6 to Jul 23, TTh 4-6pm
Basics of large-scale wall pieces including aerosol and brush work, stenciling and writing. Participants will paint on July 23rd at the Urban Youth Arts Festival in San Francisco.

Instructor: Alejandra Perez
Jul 20 to Aug 5, TTh 4-6pm
The most basic of all art forms-to produce a picture by making lines on a surface. Practice sketching and contour drawing. Learn elements like shading and hatching.

Instructor: Tomás Riley
Jul 12 to Jul 23, MWF 11am-1pm
Learn the basics of graphic design and page layout using powerful software including Photoshop and In-Design

Instructor: Aimee Suzara
Aug 2 to Aug 13, MWF 11am-1pm
Experiment with word and movement as interactive performance tools. Combine elements of dance and theatrical blocking to stage written work.

Instructor: Ann Schnake
Aug 3 to Aug 19, TTh 4pm-6pm
Project based exploration into the modeling, molding, casting and finishing of three-dimensional pieces.

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The mission of ArtsChange is to promote imagination, health and wellbeing in stressed East Bay neighborhoods, by engaging artists and communities in the creation of socially conscious art designed for accessible public settings.
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