Womxn Painting Womxn- Frida Kahlo – Roots, 1943

Event Date: July 12, 2018
Event Venue: Creeds Coffee Bar- 390 Dupont St

According to the National Museum of Women in the Arts, 51 per cent of visual artists today are women. But when it comes to exhibitions and gallery representation, we are still far from 50/50 representation.

In our effort to recognize the brave womxn artists who paved the way and Persisted, WIMA will be hosting a series of Painting Classes to acknowledge and celebrate their works.

How It Works

Each class will feature and instructor who will walk students step-by-step, through a process of recreating a painting from scratch.
* No previous drawing or painting experience required.
* Everyone is guaranteed to leave with a painting they can be proud of.
*All art supplies are included- 16"x20" canvas (yours to take home), paint, brushes, aprons, easels, etc

About The Artist

Born Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón in 1907, her work has been celebrated internationally as emblematic of Mexican national and Indigenous traditions. Much of her inspiration drew from physical suffering and death, including polio.

Cost $35 per person.