Saturdays at Todd
Saturdays at Todd is a faculty led initiative was designed to expand our community engagement in and around Murfreesboro. The events are free and open to the public with all materials provided as tools to build greater advocacy for the arts in middle Tennessee! Students and faculty participate and lead demonstrations. They answer questions and offer insight into context, technique, and concept. We host exhibit openings in our main gallery that are also scheduled on Saturdays to encourage community and alumni attendance while providing greater access to our facilities and programs! All activities include all ages in interactive workshops, lectures, and exhibits. Through open discussion about artwork and the role of the artist in communities, we can demonstrate the importance of arts education while fostering a culture of support for the Arts in Tennessee.
Want to see our past Saturday's at Todd events? Check out what we have offered before to gain an idea of what we host at the Department of Art and Design! If you have a suggestion or a workshop idea or would even like to host a workshop yourself, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your proposal!
Exploring the Colors, Shapes, and Harmony of Cubism with Fabric Art
Saturday, May 11th, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Todd Hall, Room 236
Workshop led by local artists Leroy and Barbara Hodges.
The workshop will provide participants with 100% hands-on experience in creating a 2-dimensional piece of artwork using fabric art and cubism. Participants will explore the Colors, Shapes, and Harmony of Cubism fused with Fabric Art. Leroy Hodges utilizes Cubism in much of his artwork. Barbara is a mixed media artist who focused on Fabric Art. Participant will use these 2 creative art forms to create a beautiful, colorful, unique 2-D mixed media artwork. Open to the public, limited to 20 participants, all supplies provided. All ages welcome!
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