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FREE @ MARWEN I September Updates 2022



This Fall, Marwen has virtual and in-person opportunities available, including art classes and workshops. Here's a preview of what you can sign-up for right now. Limited space available.


FREE ART CLASSES 👇

QUEER CRAFTIVISTS (virtual art class) Saturdays, Sept 17 - Nov 19

10AM-12:30 PM

Grades 6-12 I Online on Zoom

REGISTER NOW


Queer Craftivists is collaborative and safe space for LGBTQIA youth to utilize crafts like banners, plushies and tote-making to embrace radical forms of self-expression and create magical queer flair to wear with pride!


ACTIVIST POSTERS! SCREEN-PRINTING EXPLORATIONS (art class)

Wednesdays Sep 14 - Nov 16

5-7:30 PM

Grades 9-12 I 833 N. Orleans St.

REGISTER NOW

In this in-person class design and create multiples of your world-changing messages on posters and clothing using the printmaking technique screen-printing. Create multiples to pass out, sell, or post around town and make your voice heard!


Please note: The listed art classes are open for registration until Saturday, September 24. To register, please email Alexiss with your full name, grade, and class choice.


FALL WORKSHOPS @ MARWEN

This Fall, Marwen is hosting a series of workshops from now until November 1st. Our Workshops cover a range of topics, including financial support for school, college applications, tips to launch your creative business, and so much more.


Workshop Schedule:

  1. How to Sell Your Artwork - September 13, 5 - 6:30PM

  2. FAFSA Fundamentals - September 27, 5 - 7PM

  3. How to Protect Your Artwork - October 4, 6 - 7:30PM

  4. How to License Your Artwork - October 11, 6 - 7:30PM

  5. Portfolio Development - October 18, 5 - 7PM

  6. College Applications - October 25, 5 - 7PM

  7. High School Applications - November 1, 5 - 7PM

Click below to learn about each workshop for yourself or a friend! Have questions? Reach out to Rafael at rhuerta@marwen.org and Victoria at vtimpo@marwen.org


 

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.

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