Date: Saturday, December 9, 2017|
Location: 6418 N Greenview Ave. Chicago, IL 60626
Time: 2PM - 5PM
Registration Fee: $30
Participants: 12 (max)
Exhibiting artist David Nasca returns to the LA&M to teach this hands-on leatherworking class. In this 3hr class, participants will learn and use fundamental leatherworking skills to craft their own simple harness in a fun and supportive environment. Previous experience in leatherworking is not required.
Space is limited to 12 participants. A Registration fee of $30 is required.
About the Artist:
David Nascas sculptural works are often queer distortions or elaborations on recognizable, utilitarian objects. Other sculptures are hypothetical, imagined models of non-binary biology. These strategies allow him to engage with dialogs around personal fantasy and the project of imagining a queer future. He has exhibited work nationally and internationally at the Centro Cultural del México Contemporáneo, ArtSpace Mexico, Mana Contemporary (Chicago), and Sullivan Galleries (Chicago), among others. He received his BA with Honors in Studio Art from the University of Chicago. He lives and works in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago.
The Leather Archives & Museum, Guest Artist Gallery presents this public program as part of MATERIALKINK, on view through January 14, 2018. This public program is made possible by the support of Leather64Ten, specializing in custom, state-of-the-art garments and high-tech bondage devices.
Leather Archives & Museum (View)
6418 N Greenview Ave
Chicago, IL 60660
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|