TAKEOVER! Artist-Led Workshop: Silk Scarves and Easter Eggs with Jodi Bentivegna & Erica-Lynn Huberty
Just in time for Easter and great for all ages!
SATURDAY, APRIL 11 | 3-4:30 PM | $20 ($15 for Members)
In this workshop led by artists Erica-Lynn and Jodi, families will experiment using all-natural, food based dyes and wax resist to create silk scarves and Easter eggs. This workshop welcomes children and adults, there will be something for everyone.
TAKEOVER 2020! Artists in Residence was conceived and curated by Amy Kirwin
ON VIEW FEBRUARY 1-APRIL 12, 2020
Sponsored by Ingrid Arneberg
Additional support provided by the Long Island Community Foundation
Public funding provided by Suffolk County
Jodi Bentivegna is an artist and illustrator who lives and works from Shelter Island, NY. She has a background in archaeology and works currently as a ferry boat captain. She makes pictures concerned with ideas of place, rootedness, and time, and uses the tarot to incorporate chance and communicate magical archetypes in her images.
Erica-Lynn Hubertys work is fiber-based, though she earned her MFA in Painting in 1995 from Bennington College where she trained with Amy Sillman and Andrew Spence. Her work mingles textiles and sewing arts techniques with watercolor and ink, embroidery, crochet and knitting, loom-woven grounds, mediums overlapping as if done simultaneously, and exploring the historical tradition of womens work. She is informed by 17th-19th Century naturalist drawings, self-taught and folk art traditions, and by environmental and architectural factors, particularly the fragility of endangered environments, flora and fauna, and vanishing historically-significant sites. Her art has been exhibited at Racine Art Museum, WI; David&Schweitzer Contemporary, Brooklyn; Ricco Maresca Gallery and Denise Bibro Fine Arts in Manhattan; Sara Nightingale Gallery, Sag Harbor, and Guild Hall Museum in East Hampton, NY. She has most recently created site-specific installations at an abandoned beach house in Bridgehampton, for MATTA in SoHo, the Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum in Sag Harbor, NY, and on Mary Mattinglys Wetland, for The Parrish Art Museums ambitious Radical Seafaring exhibition.
Southampton Arts Center (View)
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|