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Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Workshops: Ceramic Painting and Paper Flowers Making

Explore the American Travelers: A Watercolor Journey exhibition, paint ceramic vases and make paper flowers.

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Workshops: Ceramic Painting and Paper Flowers Making
Workshops: Ceramic Painting and Paper Flowers Making

Time & Location

Sep 10, 2022, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Hispanic Society Museum & Library, 3741 Broadway, New York, NY 10032, USA

About the event

Explore the exhibition American Travelers: A Watercolor Journey Through Spain, Portugal, and Mexico. Featuring the Contemporary Works of Timothy J. Clark, join us on the terrace to decorate ceramic vases with Andrea Arroyo inspired by the 18th Century Talavera from Puebla and make paper flowers with Juan Aguirre.

Activities

1 - 2 pm - Guided Tour: American Travelers: A Watercolor Journey (Tickets Here)

2 - 4 pm - Workshops: Decorate ceramic vases & Paper Flower Making (Tickets below)

This program is presented in collaboration with the Hispanic Society Museum & Library.

About the exhibition

American Travelers: A Watercolor Journey Through Spain, Portugal, and Mexico. Featuring the Contemporary Works of Timothy J. Clark

This exhibition showcases watercolors by early twentieth-century United States artists painted in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. Works by Hassam, Kuehne, Edwards, Peixotto, Robinson, Peets, and Petrovic are presented in conjunction with a suite of recent watercolor paintings by contemporary artist Timothy J. Clark. The paintings depict monuments, interiors, and cityscapes, both with figures and as compositions in themselves, as well as still lifes.

About the workshop facilitators

Andrea Arroyo is an award-winning artist working in a wide range of media, including painting, artist's books, mixed media, digital art, public art, and site-specific installation.

Juan Aguirre is the Executive Director of Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders. He teaches and leads workshops, lecture demonstrations, and talks on Mexican culture and traditions.   

About the Hispanic Society Museum and Library

The Hispanic Society of America was founded in 1904 by Archer Milton Huntington (1870-1955) with the object of establishing a free, public museum and reference library for the study of the art and culture of Spain, Portugal, Latin America, and the Philippines. HSM&L houses a vast collection of paintings, watercolors, drawings, prints, and photographs, as well as sculpture and decorative objects dating from the first millennium BCE to the 20th century. As HSM&L continues comprehensive renovation of the Museum's Main Building, it has maintained public and educational programs both on virtual platforms and in person, including concerts, public lectures, and temporary exhibitions. They have also reactivated the outdoor space with exhibitions and public programs on Audubon Terrace in partnership with several local artists and community arts organizations.

About Mano a Mano Mexican Culture Without Borders

Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders (MexCulture) is a New York-based non-profit organization 501(c)(3) dedicated to celebrating Mexican culture and promoting the understanding of Mexican traditions.

Museum admission and workshops are free. 

Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders presents this program in collaboration with the Hispanic Society Museum & Libraryadditional support is provided, in part, by Creatives Rebuild New York - Artists Employment Program.

Note: The workshops are outdoors. All visitors to the indoor gallery space and restrooms must wear face masks.

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  • Tickets for Workshops 2 - 4 pm

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