Capturing What’s Not There
Explore the role of positive versus negative space in this drop-in activity. Check out the exhibition George Segal: Body Language and then use light, line, pencil and paper to create a silhouette of yourself, a friend or an everyday object. For Segal, capturing what is not present was just as important as capturing what is. His monochromatic figures recall snapshots of memories. Having lost family members during the Holocaust, his work sometimes suggests concepts of absence and loss.
All materials provided. Best for adults and older children.
Fee: Included with admission
Instructor: Becca Guyette, Director of Learning and Engagement at ArtPrize