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School 33 Art Center

Friday Workshop #3-A Place to Call Home, Memory Boxes for adults. Two consecutive Fridays, at the Hispanic Apostolate Center. INSTRUCTOR-Carolina Mayorga
   The adults will construct memory boxes that incorporate painting and writing, as well as personal items collaged to the surface. Fridays were selected because it is traditionally a day when food is donated to the Apostolate and people linger and visit, making attendance higher among the somewhat reticent and transient visitors. The first week adults will meet the instructor and see slides of Milagro paintings and discuss and sketch ideas for their boxes. The second week adults will assemble and paint their boxes. 

The entire program will culminate with an exhibit of works from the three workshops, titled A Place to Call Home, at a suitable gallery space (such as City Hall Gallery, Baltimore). The exhibit opening will be a cultural cerebration. Bus transportation will be provided from the community to the exhibit. School 33 Art Center will work with EBLO in order to provide traditional food for the opening reception.


September, 1999 
Staff from School 33 Art Center meets with Jose Ruiz, Director of EBLO, and Sister Mary Neil, Director of the Hispanic Apostolate, to develop a partnership and plan events

October, 1999 
Staff at School 33 interviews and selects possible artists/instructors for exhibit and workshops

November, 2000 
Brochures, registration forms for workshops, press releases mailed

January, 2001 
Installation of Three Artists and Milagros: Miracles on the Border exhibits at School 33 Art Center

January-February, 2001
4-week workshop, A Space for My Self, papier mache for children 7-10
4-week workshop, A Graphic Tradition, block-printing for children 11-16
2-week workshop, A Place to Call Home, memory boxes for adults

February, 2001
Buses from workshops visit School 33 Art Center to see exhibits Three Artists and Milagros: Miracles on the Border

Spring, 2001
Exhibit A Place to Call Home work from the workshops at the City Hall Gallery or other suitable space, a celebration of the art and food of the Latino community
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