This workshop is sold out. An additional workshop is offered here.

Explore your creativity, learn a new skill, and create art with an iPad in this free Digital Art Making workshop at a FiftyForward Center, presented in partnership with the Frist Art Museum and supported by E. A. Michelson Philanthropy.

The workshop consists of eight 90-minute art-making sessions led by a teaching artist and a visit to the Frist Art Museum to see the exhibition Multiplicity: Blackness in Contemporary American Collage and explore themes of identity. In each session, participants will learn art skills on an iPad using the ProCreate app, as well as traditional artmaking materials, to create their own zine—an informal publication about you. At the end of the workshop, there will be a concluding event at the Martin Center; there will also be a culminating exhibition at the Frist Art Museum of all participating FiftyForward Centers in the Upper-Level Education Corridor in June 2024.

This workshop is free and open to the public and FiftyForward members. All participants will receive a dual year-long membership to the Frist Art Museum.

For questions, call Lisa or Traci at FiftyForward 615.883.8375.

The FiftyForward Martin Center is located at 960 Heritage Way, Brentwood, TN 37027.

About Teaching Artist Amber Lelli

An interdisciplinary artist, Amber Lelli is interested in exploring concepts, asking questions, and choosing the medium and materials best fit for those ideas. Her artwork includes bronze surreal portraiture to innovative marquetry and colorful prints. Amber holds a BFA from Middle Tennessee State University in Studio Art and has shown her work throughout the nation, winning various awards and scholarships along the way. She also has a background as a commercial artist creating public works and themed environments for businesses, movie productions, music festivals, and the National Bible Museum in Washington, DC. 

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