Workshops, Materials, and More!
I want to wish you a Happy Earth
Day. It occurs to me that every day is Earth Day.
If you need a quick creative fix, check out this month's workshops - Making
Dreams (mixed media collage) with Janelle Moon on April 10th and Jewelry Boards
with Cynthia Eagleton on April 24th (details below). Looking ahead to
next month we will have Reframe It! with Francisco Hernandez on May 8th and Wearable
Books with Jody Alexander on May 22nd.
SCRAP will be at the Dia de los Ninos Dia de los Libros at the Main Library on
April 25th and we are very excited about the opening of The Gallery at Ruth's
Table at Bethany Center, 580 Capp Street (at 21st Street). This center for creative learning is
rooted in the life of artist Ruth Asawa who in addition to being a remarkable artist
was for many years the President of SCRAP's Board of Directors. There will be an opening reception
Friday, April 23rd from 5p-8p.
|Save the Dates! |
Upcoming events - see descriptions below
- April 10th, 1p-4p: Making Dreams with Janelle Moon. $20.00
- April 24th, 1p-4p, Jewelry Boards with Cynthia Eagleton. $20.00
- May 8th, 1p-4p, Reframe It! with Francisco Hernandez. $20.00
- May 22nd, 1p-4p, Wearable Books with Jody Alexander. $20.00
- April 10th,
11a-6pm, Green Festival, Concourse, San Francisco
- April 23rd, 5p-8p, Taking
Root, Opening Reception, The Gallery at Ruth's Table. For more information email email@example.com or call 415 821-4515 x 26.
- April 25th, 1p-4p,
Dia de Los Ninos, Dia de Los Libros, San Francisco Main Library
To register: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-647-1746.
SCRAP is located at
801 Toland Street, SF, entrance on Newcomb, between Toland and Selby
SCRAP Workshop: Making
April 10 1p-4p
If you are interested in
working more deeply with images and the imagination, this collage workshop is
for you! Please join artist and
author Janell Moon for an afternoon rich with discovery and learning.
In this workshop you will be using cardboard or any flat
backing for the "dream body" and papers, fabric and found items to
glue on this surface. You will
learn how to unify a collage so it is fun to do, work as a piece of art
stretch your imagination. In
addition, guided by Janell, you will learn how the objects and images
choose have meaning-making potential for you. You can bring images that
want to make central to a dream or find something at SCRAP that
you. You will leave with as many as three collages with flat surfaces or
for shadow boxes.
is the author of ten books of poetry and spiritual nonfiction.
a trained hypnotherapist and uses collage work for both meditation and
channel for creativity. Janell
runs a dream group and The Making Dreams Collage Workshop is a variation
of this, giving participants an opportunity to chose images and later,
wish, write about what they have made and how it relates to their lives.
Janell has a memoir coming out in the fall of 2010 titled, Salt and
RAW ArT PRESS, written in fragments, which tells the story of a full,
SCRAP Workshop: Jewelry
Saturday April 24, 1p-4p
Presenter: Cynthia Eagleton
Join artist Cynthia
Eagleton to learn how to use scrap wood, nails and hooks to create beautiful
jewelry boards. Cynthia's jewelry
boards are beautiful, useful objects created from recycled materials. When complete, these jewelry boards are
one of a kind gift to give, or artwork for you to use for your own jewelry
organization. You'll use
paint, paper and odds and ends from SCRAP. This workshop engages, what Cynthia refers to as the "two
eyes of art", vision and craft. You will leave this workshop with a great gift
for Mother's Day and have fun turning junk into beauty and creating
organization out of chaos!
Cynthia is an artist who
has worked in film, video, collage, paint, jewelry, assembly,
writing, and performance. She has taught art, writing, ESL, movement, and
Parent Ed to folks age 1 to 92. In addition to being an artist, Cynthia's
life as a single parent has sharpened her appreciation for the marriage of form
and function. An object that both makes her life easier and
soothes or stimulates her spirit makes her happy. Jewelry boards are
an example of this. Cynthia says,
"My life, both creatively and professionally, has been water poured in
and out a series of vessels. The form has varied but the spirit remains
the same. I'm interested in themes of healing, beauty, and pattern, and
for me, these three things are somehow all the same."
415 - 468 - 9737
The Gallery at Ruth's Table|
A center for creative learning rooted in the life of artist Ruth Asawa
Curated by Tamara Loewenstein
April 23 - July 23, 2010
Opening Reception Friday, April 23, 5p-8p
Bethany Center, 580 Capp Street (at 21st Street)
Ruth's Table presents its inaugural exhibition featuring the work of artists who have played key roles in the founding of the center. The exhibition includes ceramics, mixed media, prints and paintings by Aiko Lanier Cuneo, Lola Fraknoi, Gabrielle Messeri and Liz Worthy.
|SCRAP CONTACT LIST
Have a general question or want to volunteer? Contact Jenny at email@example.com
Green Festival/Volunteer for SCRAP|
The San Francisco Green Festival is a joint project of a joint project of Global
Exchange and Green America. Visit us in
the Organic Valley Kids Zone at this year's festival where we will be set up all day for recycled art making.
Volunteer at the SCRAP table!
SCRAP will have a table to spread the word about creative reuse to festival visitors, and to engage folks in hands-on projects making art from SCRAP materials. If you're interested in volunteering your time to help SCRAP host a fabulous table, contact Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: April 10, 11a-6pm
Where: SF Concourse Exhibition Center
635 8th St (at Brannan St)
"To step into SCRAP is to fall into
a soup of ideas, inspiration and delight. SCRAP both comforts and
stimulates me. It's the dear, old friend I can depend on to vault me
into the new. "
From upcoming workshop teacher, Cynthia Eagleton
|Share your work with us!
We would love to know what you are creating out there with SCRAP materials? Please share with us some photos of your work, a little about yourself and how you use SCRAP materials for us to share in next months newsletter!
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Seen at Scrap - Deer and Torsos!|
This month at SCRAP along with the bright colored papers, metals, plastics, ceramic shards, fabric and much more we also have deer and torsos. Where else is shopping this much fun?
Thank you for your time! We hope you enjoyed this issue of the SCRAP Monthly Newsletter. Please consider supporting the work of SCRAP through a donation or joining in on an upcoming event.
Ruth Oprean Cardillo,CPCC