Artful Wrapping Workshop
Saturday, December 7, 2013, 10-11:30 a.m.
$10 members/$12 non-members
Want to give that well thought-out gift the perfect presentation? With a few tips and tricks, you can dress up your boxes with artful wrapping. Gone are the days of cheap paper and fake ribbon. Learn to wrap packages with clean lines and crisp corners. And, top them off with a hand-made bow that will have your friends and family admiring the packaging as much as the gift.
Spaces are limited. Please call 408.554.4528 to reserve your spot.
Wrapping materials and 12x12x12 in. boxes provided. You are welcome to bring 2 individual gifts that will each fit into the provided boxes.
Multimedia Artist and Storyteller Willie Little...
His Journey of Self-discovery
Wednesday, February 19, 2014, 7 p.m., free
Willie Little discusses his artistic journey and creative processes through multimedia art, installation, and storytelling. Through the use of humor, satire, and irony, he creates visual narratives of stories that range from the warm and fuzzy Americana of his childhood in the 1960s and 1970s to the uncomfortable social and racial issues important to him in the 21st century.
This artist lecture is co-sponsored by the de Saisset Museum and the Department of Art and Art History.
Thursday, April 24, 2014, 7-10 p.m., free
Voted one of SCU's favorite campus events, College Night offers tons of fun, free art and entertainment for SCU students and the surrounding community. Enjoy food, live music, photo booths, scavenger hunt, raffle prizes and more!
Artist Lecture: Hung Liu
Thursday, May 8, 7 p.m., free
Hung Liu joins us to talk about her work as part of our quarterly artists lecture series offered in conjunction with SCU's Department of Art and Art History.
Hung Liu was born in Changchun, China in 1948, growing up under the Maoist regime before immigrating to the US in 1984. In her work, Liu challenges the documentary authority of historical Chinese photographs by subjecting them to the more reflective process of painting while working to uncover the cultural and personal narratives fixed—but often concealed—in the photographic instant. She says of her work, “I turn old photographs in to new paintings."