The Education Department at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido is hosting another free 2nd Saturday art lesson on Saturday, October 13th from 10am-12:15pm in our Education Studio 2.
Join Public Address artist, Philip Matzigkeit, for Second Saturday where he will be leading a class in hat-making using only newspaper, construction paper, and found materials.
Hats and headgear have been used all over the world to symbolize one’s role or status, for fashion, or for safety. The construction of hats and costumes is an art all its own, and the design of these items lets participants disguise or reveal parts of their personalities.
Learn the joy of creating something “out of nothing” with newspaper, magazines, tape, and found craft supplies!
This art lesson requires loose, old, or broken materials. Items like beads, glass, feathers, shells (i.e. “stuff”) will be used to create your hat. We ask that if you have materials available for use or donation that you bring them with you to this lesson.
There are two 1 hour lessons at 10am and 11:15am.
2nd Saturday art lessons are a FREE event with no ticketing or reserved seating. Please plan on arriving 10 minutes early to grab a spot as seating is extremely limited.
Get more information about the class here: http://artcenter.org/event/2nd-saturday-hat-making/
After the art lesson, please enjoy the DesEscondido/No Longer Hidden museum exhibition at pay what you can admission as a part of 2nd Saturday!
Escondido’s 2nd Saturday Arts & Culture Experiences is a uniquely creative collaboration between Escondido arts organizations, with the goal of injecting art and culture back into the community. For more information, visit https://visitescondido.com/2ndsaturday/
All events at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido can be found at ArtCenter.org.
About the California Center for the Arts, Escondido
A 501(c)3 charitable organization, the Center’s creation was sparked by a civic vision—one that recognized the vital role that the arts play in strengthening and uniting the community. Our commitment to enriching lives and improving access to the arts, especially for low-income individuals and families, is exemplified through our extensive educational programming and robust series of free community events. The Center is guided by an enthusiastic Board of Trustees and passionate staff who are dedicated to furthering arts education and access, and to creating programs that provide cultural enrichment for residents of North County and beyond.
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