Teacher Workshop: Making Her Mark

*This event is now sold out. 

Explore Making Her Mark: A History of Women Artists in Europe, 1400-1800 during a hands-on workshop designed exclusively for teachers.

Dig into the under-recognized or previously unrecorded history of women artists in Europe during the 15th through 19th centuries, in a workshop that will reshape how you see art history. Take in dazzling objects, from embroidery made with the hair of a king, to paper-quilled furniture and books made in workshops run by women. Connect artworks that explore science, entrepreneurship, social history, and power to your classroom and expand your own creativity with a bookbinding workshop led by Alisa L Brock of Drama MaMa Bookshop.

All educators are welcome!

*Enjoy exclusive access to Making Her Mark: A History of Women Artists in Europe, 1400-1800, including a private, guided tour with Andaleeb Badiee Banta, Senior Curator and Department Head, Prints, Drawings & Photographs
*Learn the basics of bookbinding with local bookbinder and shop owner Alisa L. Brock of Drama MaMa Bookshop
*Brainstorm ways to connect art to your classroom curriculum
*Receive a BMA tote bag and 10% off at the BMA Shop
*A light breakfast will be provided


$30 BMA Members | $35 Non-Members

Space is limited!

About the Artist

Alisa L Brock is a lover of words both written and read. Journal writer turned bookbinder, Alisa uses the power of paper and ink to reflect, dream, grieve, and heal. In her hour-long workshop, Alisa will introduce bookbinding tools and techniques, share the history of bookbinding, and encourage participants to explore their own journal practice.

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Location BMA Main Campus Cost Sold Out

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