During his career as a commercial illustrator in the 1950s, Warhol was often commissioned to create holiday greeting cards for big companies. He was always looking for ways to create as much art as possible in a short amount of time. Warhol repurposed and repeated images in his work; from stamping, to blotted line and ultimately his silkscreen printing process. Stamp and paint patterns to create your own unique wrapping paper for the holidays.
Please note: This will be a live online workshop. Caregivers are required to stay with their child for the duration of the workshop. A computer or tablet with a camera and microphone, along with stable internet connection are needed to participate. Art projects can be completed with common art supplies and objects found around the house. Supply lists vary from workshop to workshop. Files for supplemental worksheets and project templates will be emailed to registrants to be downloaded and printed at home. Arrangements can be made to have printouts mailed, if needed.
Warhol Without Walls
A global digital initiative created by The Andy Warhol Museum to expand public discourse around art and its role in a changing world, Warhol Without Walls signals a more boundless embrace of experimentation in all content we produce.