A beadworking workshop will be hosted in conjunction with the Spring Equinox Exhibition in the School of Visual Arts.
One of the exhibition’s participants, Molly Murphy Adams, will lead the workshop.
The workshop is free and open to the public, and all materials will be provided. It will be from 1-4 p.m. Saturday.
“Murphy Adams’s use of materials and exploration into personal expression lend themselves to a unique, hands-on experience where participants take home greater cultural awareness, formal skills, and a piece of their own art,” said Holly Moye, director of the School of Visual Arts.
Murphy Adams’s work has origins in traditional Native American feminine arts and mainstream contemporary design and media.
“I think it would be a good opportunity for people to try new things, especially if they aren’t art majors,” said Leondre Lattimore, studio art freshman. “I always think opportunities for self-expression are important, and this is just another form of it.”
To reserve a spot or for more information on the event, email Moye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about the event also can be found on the event’s Facebook page, “Molly Murphy Adams Workshop: Mixed Media Beadworking.”
Information about Murphy Adams and her work can be found at mollymurphybeads.com.