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How to Make a Monster

October 28, 2017
1:00 to 4:00 pm

Venue
Creativity Explored

Location
3245 16th Street


Using the Exquisite Corpse method of creation, design, draw, and build a life-size monster!

The neck bone's connected to the head bone . . . 

Creativity Explored 2 Studio Manager (and long-time classic horror film fan and collector) E. Francis Kohler will guide budding "Doctor" Frankensteins through a considerably less bloody version of making a monster (or two).

Using aspects of the Exquisite Corpse method -- each participant won't know, in detail, what the others are drawing -- we'll render various body parts in relative seclusion behind cardboard dividers.

When everyone is finished with their individual body fragment, we'll assemble all the disparate parts to create our "monster."

Photo opportunities with our creation -- It's alive! -- will follow.



Suggested $10 materials donation

All art experience levels welcome. Must be 13 years or older.

Space is limited to 20 people. Reserve your space by calling 415-863-2108 or email info@creativityexplored.org.
 

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