Presented by Caitlin Mello

Public art is created to reach a broad, inclusive audience and to make your voice heard. As teenagers, you may feel like no one listens to you, right? What would you scream to the world if you could? Let‘s use the techniques of block printing and design to make a poster to make your voice heard.

About the Instructor

Born and raised in Nashville, local artist Caitlin Mello not only creates her own work, she also works to uplift and connect other creatives with dynamic, inclusive opportunities.

Miss Mello always carves out time for community projects ranging from murals to serving as a resident working artist in the Metro Nashville Public Schools system. She serves on the board of the North Nashville Arts Coalition and as a judge in the Scholastic Art Competition, and she was named Nashville’s 2023 Creative Arts Innovator by Creative Girls Rock. Caitlin is committed to collaborative, community-led energy in all aspects of her professional and artistic life.

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