Remix is a series of make-and-take art workshops for adults inspired by the Museum’s current exhibitions with a new project every month. Workshops are designed to be enjoyed by participants of any skill level and all materials are provided.
The Tampa Museum of Art’s atrium has been transformed by
Jacob Hashimoto’s site-specifi c installation This Particle of
Dust. Hundreds of white and navy blue kite-like disks
suspended from the Museum’s ceiling. This Particle of Dust
explores the visual poetics of light and dark, color and form,
as well as space and architecture.
For our Remix: Particle of Dust session, students will create
their own kinetic sculptures inspired by Hashimoto’s
Students will be guided through the process of
building an armature and creating a sculpture
wrapped in masking tape, like Rune Olsen’s Thick
Skinned on view through April 13th in exhibition All
In Favor: New Works in the Permanent Collection.
Create sequined abstract paintings inspired by the Fleurish: The Art of Naeem Khan exhibition.
Translate a photograph into a stunning LEGO mosaic in the style of Ai Weiwei’s Dropping A Han Dynasty Urn (LEGO) artwork on view in the Time For Change exhibition.
Be inspired by Jennifer Steinkamp’s immersive digital installation, Madame Curie, and learn to draw on a digital tablet.
Create a mixed media assemblage inspired by the vibrant work of Pepe Mar.
Learn from the Impressionist painters and create your own inspired study of light, and color.
Take inspiration from the symbolic and storied work of Haitian drapo vodou artists while making your own flag full of personal symbolism.