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Fri, Sep 24



What Makes a Work of Art

An immersive process-oriented art making workshop with paint, drawing and collage. We will work together to explore and discuss the creative process. What makes a work called a work of art and how we relate to it, engage with it,  or react to it. Free and open to people of all disciplines.

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What Makes a Work of Art

Time & Location

Sep 24, 2021, 6:00 PM EDT – Sep 26, 2021, 4:00 PM EDT

Brooklyn, 106 Frost St, Brooklyn, NY 11211, USA

About the Event

Alternating between the activity introduction, work time and reflections, the workshop will be focused on the creative process to nurture and develop self-knowledge to reflect on how to address the challenges of the present moment, develop creative solutions and thinking not outside the box, but rather as fluid vessels for holistic com-unity and connection as a whole.

Through playful explorations and risk taken curiosity, we will work on multiple works to free ourselves from the pressure of an outcome, as well as concepts such as "right / wrong, good / bad" and open ourselves to new possibilities that we would not have thought of otherwise.

Materials will be provide alltough EveryOne is welcome to bring their sketchbooks, proyects and fave paintbrushes!

More info upon registration.

  • This program is made possible by the New York City Artist Corps. Spread the word #CityArtistCorps and tag @NYCulture. Thank you for the support.


  • 1 hour

    What Makes a Work of Art

    106 Frost St.

  • 6 hours

    What Makes a Work of Art

    106 Frost St.
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