Beginner's Mind: Mosaic Workshop Registration
Instructor: Christopher Elam
Helpers: Christie Cooper & FAR staff member
Date: Monday, March 15th
Time: 1-3pm
505 Theater at FAR | 505 West 4th St Bloomington, IN 47404
Cost: FREE (thanks to the BUEA and the 2021 Recover Forward Grant Program)

In this workshop we will explore mosaic as a contemporary artform working with broken tiles and crockery fragments. Each student will be given a preformed substrate and will improvise their own colorful mosaic compositions embedding the pieces in a mortar bed. We will use our “beginner’s mind” to work freely and have
fun in the process!

Ideal for ages 7+

We are working hard and staying informed so we can find ways to safely view and experience art! Students will be spread out at individual workstations (siblings or pod mates may share a station) spaced at least 6’ apart. Class will have a maximum of 9 workstations in a large, well-ventilated 1,700 sq ft space and masks will be required. Our building has a brand new needlepoint bipolar ionization system for air purification and weather permitting, we can open large garage doors to the outside for more airflow.

To limit the number of people in the building, we ask that kids be dropped off at the door. If you would like ONE adult to accompany your child at their workstation, please let us know in the notes.

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