Kids + Grown-Ups Making Art, 4/27

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Kids + Grown-Ups Making Art, 4/27

65.00

Bridget Watson Payne

Saturday April 27th, 3:30-5

Limit 10 adult + child pairs

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We all know making art is great for kids. What we may not realize is how great making art with kids is for grown-ups. Through a series of parent/child art activities, adults at this workshop will learn how to tap into their innate creativity by taking inspiration from their children, and the kids will just have fun. Discover the artistic freedom, looseness, playfulness, and joy that comes when we approach art-making with childlike abandon. This workshop is meant to be taken by child/adult pairs. Children should be between the ages of 5-10, adults should be ready to let go of their chronological age. 

Bridget Watson Payne is a writer, artist, and editor. She has taught at Little Paper Planes, Makeshift Society, the ICON Illustration Conference, Sketchbook Skool, and Creative Live and has spoken at the San Francisco Writer’s Conference, California College of the Arts, and many more. Bridget has been featured on KTVU Mornings on 2, Raise Your Hand Say Yes, Cup of Jo, Shondaland, and Women Who Draw, among others. She is the author of several books including The Secret Art of Being a Parent and How Art Can Make You Happy. She is the founder of Open Studio, a shared work, retail, and workshop space in San Francisco. She grew up in El Cerrito and lives in San Francisco with her husband and eight-year-old daughter.