March ArtLab for All
Saturday, March 2| 2:00–4:00pm
Instructor: Tori Marsh
Drop-in | Free and open to all!
Inspired by the sculptures in Good Morning Midnight, participants are invited to create mini sculptures out of air dry clay and other natural materials. Artists are encouraged to take time to experience the sculptural work of Sam Finkelstein and Duncan Hewitt, and consider how the sculptures break down our perceptions of certain objects, reimagined in wood and stone. From there, participants will create their own reimagined piece that marries multiple materials of their choosing.
About the instructor
Tori Marsh is an embroidery artist, educator and mother based out of Rockland, Maine. Marsh has been using embroidery as a form of drawing for the past 8 years. Her surreal “wild women” draw upon the notion of goddess-like grace and power, but most importantly, they’re meant to be humorous. Tori is obsessed with Icelandic/Scandinavian knitwear, cross stitch patterns, quilts, and other textiles. Her embroideries have been shown across the country and she has had the privilege of attending residencies from Canada to Iceland.
Photography Policy: By participating in ArtLab programming, I understand my child or myself may be photographed by CMCA staff for general documentation and publicity. I also understand that no royalty, fee or other compensation shall become payable to me by reason of such use.