Stickers, Slaps and Digital Arts: An Interactive Teen Virtual Workshop

Program Type:

Arts and Crafts

Ages:

Teen

Program Description

Event Details

From mural pieces to the back of cars and notebooks... cool sticker art pops up everywhere. In this hands-on workshop we’ll teach you tricks for making your own unique work and look at the history and influence of stickers in contemporary urban art. During the workshop we’ll talk about ways to make hand drawn and digital stickers- touching briefly on cool tools like embedded QR codes. After our session we’ll add your art work to a sticker pack swap for all our participants to share.

Our guest artist for the workshop is Wiser Owner, the lead designer at Pureblind Wraps and Graphics company. A Denver native, Wiser is known for high profile spray paint murals to traditional and digital art, video, graphic design and also has become a well known master in the special FX makeup world. Our workshop host is Shawn Bowman who has partnered with the Rino Arts District on several graffiti and urban arts inspired projects.

Click here to join this program on April 21st at 6:00 PM MST.

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