Oct 29, 2013 Tuesday
3 jalan kledek
singapore SG

In this class, participants will learn about parades, carnivals, and parade aesthetics. Taking inspiration from Carnivale, Second Line, and larger parades like Macy's and The Rose Bowl, the participants will make one or two items out of the options provided (including banners, pompoms, hats, hula hoops and umbrellas). Parade Arts will highlight collaborative work and seek to impact creative learning in an energizing and unique way, providing opportunities for artistic exploration and skill building. Materials to bring: Scraps of fabric, leftover sequins, miscellaneous threads, yarn or wool.

Bring one of the following:
a bag of scrap fabric
a bottle of wine (red of white)
a gift certificate for Indian Food
a tour of your favourite place in Singapore
enthusiasm for posting pictures from this class (#cakecrushtss)
something made by hand
willingness to share with others what you learned

About the teacher, Lindsey Bailey

Lindsey Bailey is an artist, born and raised in Texas. She graduated in 2008 from The University of Texas at Austin, receiving a B.F.A. in Studio Art. Ms. Bailey graduated in 2010 with a Master of Arts in Community Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art. As a community artist, she develops a dialogue with youth about issues they are facing. These conversations frequently bring up questions she is exploring in her own work, sparking new ideas. This continuing dialogue becomes the content of finished artwork. Ms. Bailey's work has appeared in numerous exhibitions in the United States. She is currently working on her second Masters degree at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and teaching art at Stamford American International School in Singapore.