Recently, AMAM Curator of Education Jason Trimmer and student docent Anna Feuer (OC ‘14) visited the after-school program at Elyria-based organization Save Our Children. There, we discussed a work from our Art Rental collection by the African-American artist Faith Ringgold, and conducted a printmaking demonstration with the students. Here, we see Anna talking with the kids and helping them ink up their styrofoam ‘plates.’
They produced some great works – and it wasn’t too messy!
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