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Youth participants engaged at The Fabric Workshop and Museum’s (FWM) hands-on educational Family Workshop event held in the Museum’s print studio.

Participants engaged at The Fabric Workshop and Museum’s (FWM) hands-on educational Family Workshop event held in the Museum’s print studio

Youth participants engaged at The Fabric Workshop and Museum’s (FWM) hands-on educational Family Workshop event, Let

Youth participants engaged at The Fabric Workshop and Museum’s (FWM) hands-on educational Family Workshop event held in the Museum’s print studio.

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Participants engaged at The Fabric Workshop and Museum’s (FWM) hands-on educational Family Workshop event held in the Museum’s print studio

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Youth participants engaged at The Fabric Workshop and Museum’s (FWM) hands-on educational Family Workshop event, Let's C What Happens, Saturday, February 11, 2012 celebrating Nick Cave, Let's C exhibition, held in the Museum’s print studio. Photo Credit: Carlos Avendaño.

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Share Your Story! Family Fun Workshop

November 17, 2012–Saturday from 2 - 4 pm


Free Workshop for Children and Adults

See our current exhibition An Odyssey: A Narrative of The Fabric Workshop and Museum, celebrating and chronicling 35 years of The Fabric Workshop and Museum's history as well as its renowned Artists-in-Residence program.

Families will tour major works in FWM’s collection, including notable works by artists Louise Bourgeois and Faith Ringgold. Families will hear a children’s version of Homer’s The Odyssey and see colorful, narrative printed textiles. Taking inspiration from their own stories, kids will design their own t-shirts using natural indigo dye and French green clay resist paste. All materials are provided in the workshop.

FWM Family Programs are designed for children ages 4-10 years of age and their families to explore and learn about contemporary art in new and exciting ways. Family Programs feature hands-on activities designed by FWM educators to spark interest, arouse curiosity, and encourage children and adults to learn about art and culture together.


Please RSVP to Christina Roberts at christina@fabricworkshopandmuseum.org