School 33 Saturday Children’s Workshops

School 33 Art Center

1427 Light Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
P: 443.263.4350 

I will be teaching two children’s workshops this fall at School 33, see the link above for more detials

Halloween Paper Mache Pumpkins

 Saturday, October 29; 1-3:30pm

$25

Open to students grades 1-5

In this workshop students will construct a Halloween pumpkin out of paper mache. Exploring sculpture techniques and construction methods students will use materials such as newspaper, tissue paper, and plastic bags, to create their own pumpkin which they will adorn with an expressive Halloween face. Exploring emotions and how to use facial features to create an expressive face on their pumpkin, students’ pumpkins will stand out from any carved creation.

Feel free to come dressed in your very best Halloween costume, but be warned that we will be getting messy, so also remember to pack that smock or apron. Also be warned that your child’s amazing pumpkin creation will be wet for its journey home, paper mache can take a day or two to dry completely.

 

What Makes a Neighborhood a Community? 

Saturday, November 4; 1-3:30pm

$25

Open to students grades 1-5

In this workshop students will explore what makes up a neighborhood; the important places, people, and feelings that come from their own neighborhoods. Students will construct artworks inspired by and about these neighborhoods. Exploring ideas of the individual elements that make a neighborhood, to what makes a home and the meaning of community, students will create artworks using a variety of materials and artistic processes.

Students will complete two projects addressing these ideas and exploring the meaning of a community. Looking at what makes a house a home, students will construct a fabric college of their own home based on emotions they have about where they live and how it makes them “feel”. Students will also explore the artistic process of printmaking. Exploring the idea of what makes a neighborhood a community and all of the different elements that make up a neighborhood, students will construct a map of an imagined town with everything they believe should be included in a community.

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MAT Thesis Exhibition Fall 2010

Maryland Institute College of Art

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Reception: Friday, October 22, 5-7pm

October 21 – November 1

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Bunting 3rd Floor

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MICA Commencement Exhibition 2010

Maryland Institute College of Art

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Friday, May 14 11am – 8pm

Saturday, May 15 11am – 5pm

Sunday, May 16 11am – 5pm

Monday, May 17 11am – 5pm

Opening Reception: Sunday, May 16 1:30pm – 5pm

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Kristin Stabin

Myerhoff Gallery, Fox Building

Main Building 340

Video Showing: Sunday, May 16 2pm – 4pm, Brown Center 320

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Cloaked Poise

Maryland Institute College of Art

Gateway Gallery 2

November 9 – December 18, 2009

Opening Reception: November 13, 6-8pm (see images below)

 

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About Me

Contact: kstabin@mica.edu , Email Me

Maryland Institute College of Art, May 2010

Major: GFA (general fine arts), Concentration: IM (interactive media), Minor: AH (art history), MAT: Masters of Teaching Art



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