April 7, 2016 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
This workshop is only open to members of LOTS Connection. A New Member art class will be offered in May. Inspired by the Museum of Modern Art 1960’s collection, art educator Rebecca Goyette, will lead a discussion and an art class inspired by artists such as Carolee Schneemann, Martha Rosler, David Hammons, Sam Gilliam, Yves Klein, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Richard Avedon who were inspired by the anti-war protests, civil rights and feminism movements and rock and roll that were iconic and often associated with the 1960’s. In keeping with the ideals of the 1960’s, artists experimented with a wide range of styles and media, to exert their artistic freedom. The art-making workshop will explore alternative art processes in relation to our own cultural framework of political unrest and resurgence of 1960’s ideological questions.