Sun, Jul 18 | Cape Cod Museum of Art

Flick Up! Transforming Personal Expressions Into Collaborative Art - July 18, Noon - 4 pm

Building upon the personalized images you created in workshop 1, we will complete a hands-on, collaborative art project that celebrates who we are. This project will combine different artistic styles, including digital imagery and mixed media.
This workshop is included in Session One
Flick Up! Transforming Personal Expressions Into Collaborative Art - July 18, Noon - 4 pm

Time & Location

Jul 18, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA

About

Flick Up! : Transforming Personal Expressions into Collaborative Art

Sunday, July 18, 2021

Noon to 4pm / Free of charge Artist Jennifer Stratton, Instructor Olivia Spring

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This is the second of four workshops in SESSION ONE.

Please complete session Application HERE.

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Building upon the personalized images you created in workshop 1, we will complete a hands-on, collaborative art project that celebrates who we are. This project will combine different artistic styles, including digital imagery and mixed media.

Olivia Spring, Instructor

Olivia Spring is part of the EDI Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals express themselves through imagery created on mobile devices. As an artist herself, she is passionate about bringing the power of creative expression to individuals of all ages and backgrounds, regardless of prior artistic or technology skills. In these workshops, Olivia will provide instruction and guidance on how to create digital imagery with an easy-to-learn mobile app.

Jennifer Stratton, Artist

Jennifer Stratton is a visual artist, musician, and expressive/creative arts facilitator. She lives in Hyannis with her husband.

Jennifer’s experience with the healing powers of expressive art developed into a strong desire to help others tune in to their own creative gifts. In 2009 she received her  Certificate of Graduate Studies Program for the Professional Application of Expressive Arts for Healing, also at Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I

Since then she has been working with groups and individuals using expressive arts as a way for people to deepen their own self discovery process, as a tool to deal with specific issues, and also to just have fun and build community.

Currently she is the Art Director for the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod in Mashpee. She is also a certified CTI trained Life Coach.

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