Introducing the Famous Artist Series for young artists! Each week, kids will get the opportunity to explore a different artist, learn a little about their life, and then create a project based on their signature art form. Through these projects, they’ll be able to learn more about the art world, while also exploring the unique stories of female and BIPOC artists. From Yayaoi Kusama's polka dots, to Hilma af Klint's mystic geometry, to Janet Sobel's abstract expressionism, your artistic child will gain a greater appreciation for art and its creators.
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Originally from Indiana, Hannah is a multi-disciplinary maker. She holds a degree in Textile Art from Earlham College, and an MFA in Integrative Studio Practice from Herron School of Fine Art. She has been teaching since her undergraduate days as a TA in weaving. Most recently, she has been leading crochet and weaving workshops to students of all ages across the Bay Area, including orienting college students in fabrication as well as teaching art to young kids ages 3-9 in a Reggio Emilia-inspired setting. Her art and teaching practice is rooted in sustainable making, zero-waste, and using only recycled, reclaimed, donated, and found materials.
Hannah is vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19.