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ARTstars Workshop (R.C. Gorman) at ARTfactory

October 5-October 9, 6:30 pm-8 pm (Instructor: Heather Rankin)

Rudolph Carl Gorman was a Native American artist born in Chinle, Arizona. He grew up learning Navajo legends and stories of his artist ancestors, which greatly influenced his artwork. In 1973 the “Masterworks of the American Indian” show was held at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City, where Gorman was the only living artist to be included in the show. His work often depicted Native American women and are known for their fluid forms and vibrant colors. While his most recognizable works are lithographs, we will take inspiration from his art to introduce students to watercolors featuring simple figures and compelling landscape backgrounds.   For ages 11-14

ARTstars Workshops are mini classes for youth introducing a celebrated artist with a unique point of view.

Upcoming ARTstars workshops:

Wacky and Weird Artist: John Hartt (October 12)
Surreal and Bizarre Artist: John Hartt (October 26)

Tuition: $63 (Members receive 15% discount)

Supply Fee: $10

Monday/Wednesday/Friday, October 5-October 9

(3 Days) 6:30 pm – 8 pm

Instructor Heather Rankin

Pre-registration required. Sign up online HERE

or call the ARTfactory at (703) 330-2787

Business Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm

Art, Dance and Drama classes, camps & events are also offered throughout the year. Learn more at www.virginiaartfactory.org or call 703-330-2787. (Formerly known as Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas/PWC, the Candy Factory)

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