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Histories Take Form is a weekly art class focused on expressing personal histories through art making.
We all have a story to tell - a personal history to express – and we all have our own unique way of expressing and making that story known to others. “Histories Take Form” explores and documents untold personal histories through mark making, 3-D composition, weaving both fibers and tales, and recorded oral or performed storytelling. Join Rachel Mulder and others as we find the preferred medium for you to bring your narrative into the world.
About the facilitator
Rachel Mulder earned her BFA in Printmaking from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design and has since adapted those printmaking techniques and processes into other art forms, namely drawing. She has been an art-assistant with a passion for working with people all along the ability spectrum, focusing on facilitating art-making for people based on their individual desires as well as in workshop settings.
all materials included, free for all support people.
Open to anyone 18+ with a passion for art! Our programming focuses on inclusivity of adults with developmental disabilities, but we are working towards a culture where people all along the disability spectrum can work, create and experience life together!
Transportation and Parking information:
Off of the 15 bus line.
Parking lot across the street on the west side of building.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with questions or comments about weekly art classes.