Take better photos on your mobile device! | With Love… Issue 17
Mobile Photography | Healing through African Diasporic Art | Watercolor Tricks | Did you see the Catalog? | Join Our Board | More Classes Starting Soon | We Love… Black Magic Cabaret!
Free Workshop: Mobile Photography
Capture & Edit Photos on a Mobile Device
Thursday, April 15, 7pm-8:30pm
Teaching Artist: Kumi Rauf Adult
Workshop (Ages 12+)
Bay Area photographer Kumi Rauf will teach you how to capture and edit amazing photos on your smartphone! Using free mobile apps you will learn the fundamentals of mobile photography, how to make amazing product photos, create artistic projects and more. Learn more and register…
Free Workshop: Healing through African Diasporic Art
African Diasporic Art and Healing
Saturday, April 24, 10am-11am
Teaching Artist: Idris Hassan
Adult Workshop (Ages 12+)
This workshop by Idris Hassan introduces participants to the importance of artistic expression as a healing tool in the African Diaspora. It includes a brief history of African-American and African Diasporic Art, as well as a dialogue touching on the healing aspects of artistic enrichment in cultural communities. Learn more and register…
Free Workshop: Watercolor Tricks
Watercolor Techniques Using Household Items
Saturday, May 1, 10am-11am
Teaching Artist: Virginia Jourdan
Adult Workshop (Ages 12+)
In this workshop by Virginia Jourdan students will experiment with mixing watercolor paint with household items to create unique textures and patterns. The texture and patterns created will become a background for a silhouette painting of a peanut plant. Learn more and register…
Did you see the Catalog?
Classes, workshops, lectures, outdoor events… what will you join?
Our Spring Class Catalog is now out! Register today for online classes starting weekly April through May. And don’t forget, we have scholarships too!! Apply now.
Image: Design by Chandna Agarwal, @chandna_agarwal
Join Our Board
Richmond Art Center is looking for new Board members! If you are passionate about art and the community then joining our Board is a great way to support our work. Learn more…
Black Benatar’s Black Magic Cabaret
UtahPresents premieres Black Benatar’s Black Magic Cabaret online this Friday, April 2 at 6:30 PST / 7:30 MT. This theatrical production brings audiences on a journey through race and cultural allyship in the U.S. And Richmond Art Center’s CAC Administrator of Color Fellow Sarah Guerra is part of the team making this production happen!! Get your ticket to this virtual performance…
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