May 19, 2014 Monday

Manifestation Workshop

6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m.
3110 N. Broadway
Lincoln Heights US

Art workshop with a focus on self-improvement and goal realization. Theme: Manifesting: * the act, process, or instance of manifesting a perceptible outward or visible expression: materialization, a demonstration of power and purpose, making things happen, actualizing goals. In this workshop we will make manifestation boxes by sealing our intentions through words, collage, drawing and symbolic personal objects- within a box. The box is then closed for a chosen period of time, to reopened later in private. In this way we let the unconscious work for us by putting our dreams into words and symbols that we can then later assess. I have found this process to be very helpful in overcoming blocks, and I am always inevitably surprised by my accomplishments when I reopen the box! Artists, non-artists, all ages welcome. SUPPLIES YOU SHOULD BRING: A box, collage materials, glue, scissors, tape, ribbon, personal symbolic items.

Bring one of the following:
Design help for flyers
Design help for website
Exchange for body/energy work
New learning (Spanish/Italian/Video Editing/Reiki or other healing modalities
Snacks to share with class
Surprise me

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,,, 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: /