Costume Making with Jaimie Warren
Learn how to be costumer! Spring 2020 exhibitor and former Visual Arts resident Jaimie Warren will create an immersive swamp set for eight weeks of haunted activations that will culminate in a large-scale, live community musical. Join Warren in this two-day December workshop to design and create a swamp monster that could be a part of this upcoming set. At the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to commemorate the experience via an animated gif or portrait of the completed costume.
Workshop participants will also receive free admission to the musical (timing TBA) and the chance to collaborate in the live show by performing in your creation, dressing a participant with your design, or helping behind-the-scenes in the final production.
Date: The workshop is a two-day course meeting on December 2 and December 4. Both sessions last from 7-9:30PM.
Audience: Open to all, but especially for those who grew up on Freddy Krueger and go all out on Halloween.
Materials: Materials included in price of the class.
Jaimie Warren is a multidisciplinary artist and the Co-Director and Co-Creator of the community arts project and fake public access tv show Whoop Dee Doo. Warren is a NYFA Fellow and has been awarded residencies with the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, BRICworkspace, Abrons AIRspace, and American Medium. Warren is the recipient of the Baum Award and is featured in Art21’s documentary series “New York Close Up.”
Warren has taught workshops with the Museum of Modern Art, the Art21 Education Department, the Museum of Art & Design, the Brooklyn Arts Council SU-CASA Program, NurtureArt, Dia: Beacon, and Abrons Arts Center. They received a U.S. Presidential Teaching Award, presented by Barack Obama in 2013.
Please note, this class is held on our second floor. At this time, we do not have an elevator. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns regarding accessibility, or any other questions regarding this workshop.