Come create and get inspired! ArtSpan assemblage artist, Dianne Hoffman, will offer techniques for utilizing repurposed and salvaged objects and stir your creative process in a fun, hands-on activity. SCRAP will provide participants with a huge array of complimentary materials for use during the event. You’re sure to take home something unexpected.
Free for ArtSpan Artist Members!
$20 suggested donation for General Public
About the Artist:
Dianne Hoffman is a self-taught mixed media artist with a primary focus in found objects and recycled materials mingled with collage, paint, and clay. Her work conveys nostalgic stories that balance aspects of light and dark with whimsy, sincerity, and magnetism. Dianne has been a full-time artist of salvaged and repurposed components since 2010 with work found in collections worldwide. She maintains an abundant workspace at Arc Studios and Gallery in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco.
SCRAP's mission is to stimulate creativity and environmental awareness in children and adults through promoting the creative reuse of materials that traditionally have been discarded as waste. They collect and redistribute these materials to underfunded educational programs and organizations, teachers, artists, parents, and students in the community. By doing so, SCRAP works to maximize the diversion of reusable discarded materials from the solid waste stream. SCRAP focuses on education, the environment, the arts, and workforce development. Visit www.scrap-sf.org to learn more.
About ArtSpan Artist Mixers:
ArtSpan produces Artist Mixer events throughout the year to give San Francisco artists a chance to meet, mingle, and make art with each other. Past events have included mixers at artist studios, a Crochet Jam at a cafe, a literary reading and sketchfest at a gallery, a figure drawing session in the Dogpatch, and much, much more!
enter on Newcomb
San Francisco, CA 94124
Email: [email protected]
|General Admission||$ 20.00|