Pattern Making
New New Yorkers Workshop at PS14

Create patterns using various materials and processes, while learning fundamental concepts in visual composition.

Through guided exploration, participants learn to use the line, color, texture, shape, and other elements to design patterns that can be used on a variety of household objects or personal accessories.

Registration Required: To register, email ggaraycochea@queensmuseum.org

Workshop conducted in Spanish
Class Schedule: Saturdays: 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Saturday, November 3 • Saturday, November 10 • Saturday, November 17 • Saturday, December 1 • Saturday, December 8 • Saturday, December 15 • Friday, December 21- Guided tour of the Queens Museum (time TBA)

Location: PS14 – 10701 Otis Avenue Flushing, NY 11368

Jano Cortijo is a bilingual art educator who invites audiences of all ages to make art part of their daily lives. For Cortijo, art can be a catalyst for conversation, a reason to have a good time or a pretext to stop and contemplate. Cortijo currently works with school-aged children, adults, seniors of varying abilities in several art museums around New York City.

This workshop is offsite.

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