Utilize your own memories, experiences, and knowledge to build your visual and written storytelling skills and learn to craft compelling narratives! As the creative landscape demonstrates its increased need and interest in diverse voices, crafting worlds and stories informed by our rich and unique cultural experiences is a must-have skill. Explore research techniques, drawing tricks, and creative writing decisions that will let your unique vision shine! Led by artist, Margaret Huey.
Materials: The sky’s the limit for this workshop, which is open to any mediums and methods. But we recommend: easy access to a search engine, your choice of note-taking materials (e.g. notebook or note-taking software) for cataloguing verbal ideas, pencil and paper for cataloguing visual ideas, hi-liters, a means of collecting images (e.g. a Pinterest mood board, storage on a personal device, or a Smithsonian Learning Lab account), and drawing tools, (e.g. graphite, colored pencils, etc.) NOTE: wet media is not recommended
ASIA NORTH celebrates Baltimore’s Charles North (a.k.a. Station North) neighborhood’s constantly evolving identities as a Koreatown, arts district, and creative hub. Virtual & socially distanced in Baltimore’s Station North Arts District. Co-presented with Central Baltimore Partnership.
FREE. Suggested donation: $25. Make a donation at bit.ly/aacc-donateEventbrite