Presented by Marla Faith 

Join the Frist Art Museum for this family fashion design workshop led by Marla Faith. Inspired by the exhibition Lee Alexander McQueen & Ann Ray: Rendez-Vous, participants will use fabrics and paper to create unique outfits for two-dimensional paper dolls. 

About the Teaching Artist

Nashville artist Marla Faith blends her artistic career with a lifelong passion for arts education. After growing up in Chicago, she obtained a BFA in painting from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She then honed her leadership skills with an MS in museum leadership from Bank Street College in New York City. She has taught art and art history in schools and has led educational programs at art museums. 

While fostering a love of art in others, Marla has also consistently produced her own artwork, creating paintings, drawings, and mixed-media collages with a focus on incorporating unique fabrics. Her work has been exhibited at the Parthenon and the Nashville Airport, capturing the attention of collectors. You can see her work at

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