Join Intuit for Art After Work, a sliding-scale facilitated art-making workshop series. This month, Intuit is partnering with A Very Serious Gallery. Together Intuit and A Very Serious Gallery welcome Chicago artist Penny Pinch to facilitate a workshop inspired by their artistic practice. The workshop will take place at A Very Serious Gallery. Register here.
Upcycle Workshop Description
Chicago-based street artist, Penny Pinch, will lead the class in creating two pieces of artwork from 100% free, found and donated materials. Each person will create a graffiti-style wheatpaste poster and a found object “painting”. Penny Pinch will discuss the value, importance and techniques of how to make art without spending money.
Materials at A Very Serious Gallery
- Participants will use found materials to create their paintings.
Due to the smaller capacity of the workshop, tickets are tiered at $5 – $15 for the event. Please select the amount you would like to pay at checkout.
Meet Penny Pinch
Penny Pinch is a Chicago-based street artist who has been active since 2012. He never spends money on the creation of his art, choosing to use only free, found, and repurposed materials. He has participated in many solo and group shows but his first love is street art (primarily focusing on wheatpaste posters and stickers). His murals and street pieces can be seen throughout the Midwest.
Art After Work is for everyone, including beginners and people who say they “are not artists.” We can all be artists! It is a guided workshop, and instruction will begin at 5 p.m. in the museum’s performance space.
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Art After Work is funded in part by the Alphawood Foundation, the Department of Cultural Affairs, Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, Illinois Arts Council Agency, Illinois Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, Prince Charitable Trust, Terra Foundation for American Art, and individual donations from Intuit members and supporters.