131 S. Rampart Blvd.
Los Angeles US
Creating, maintaining and using journals/diaries/sketchbooks to record your life and ideas... The workshop will include looking at examples as inspiration, using collage and source material, texts and exercises as jumping off points to create your own ongoing journals. The workshop can be seen as a refreshing take on inspiring an ongoing and personal journaling practice. ****Supplies Students Will Need To Bring To Class: Please bring a journal with you to class. Collage materials, inspiring quotes, and other material also encouraged.
Bring one of the following:
Snacks for class
About the teacher, Malado Baldwin
Malado Baldwin is a Los Angeles and New York based multi-media artist, whose work was recently featured in Gallery Tally at FOR YOUR ART, LA, THE BRUCENNIAL 2014, NY, Paperazzi3 at Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, NY; and Sideshow Gallery, NY. Her work has been reviewed on artcritical.com, art21.com, hyperallergic.com, Art Business News, and Esquire Magazine among other publications. A graduate of Swarthmore College (BA, 1997, Comparative Literature French/English) and The New York Studio School (MFA 2006, Painting), Malado Baldwin is the recipient of the Buckingham Prize for the Expression of Music in Art (2005), the Visual Arts Foundation Grant (2007) and a nominee for both the Louis Comfort Tiffany Biennial Award (2008, 2010) and the Rema Hort Mann Grant (2011, 2012). She is currently compiling a lifetime of artists books and drawings into new artistic installations and book projects, alongside finishing a collaborative multi-media film project called LUX/NOX for festivals and shows. Websites: www.maladobaldwin.com / www.threequestionsfor.meJoin