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Irene Carvajal is a multidisciplinary Costa Rican-American artist, her art practice includes printmaking, collage, sculpture, video, performance and installation. Thematically her work touches on the intersectionality of colonialism, labor, feminism, value, mass production and environmentalism. She is an experimental, conceptual artist interested in materiality and meaning making through process and medium. Her research has led her to explore sustainable alternatives to traditional methods and materials. In this workshop, Irene will explain how to make natural homemade inks with items commonly found in the home.
This workshop is part of Community Table: Creative Approaches to Addressing Food Insecurity
This collaborative project focuses on student-made resources to raise awareness and address food scarcity and insecurity among SJSU students and surrounding San Jose communities. Students in Art, Design, Nutrition, Art Education, and Animation will participate in a series of workshops, lectures, design challenges, and cooking events, engaging in cross-departmental projects that explore creative solutions to food insecurity and related issues.
Michelle Wilson, interdisciplinary arts, lecturer
Irene Carvjal, interdisciplinary arts, lecturer
Cynthia Cao, gallery technical coordinator
Sponsored by the College of Humanities & the Arts Artistic Excellence Programming Grant and the Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery
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