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Family First: Adam Pendleton Inspired Art

Image credits: Adam Pendleton, "Untitled", 2019. Set of fourteen relief prints with cast and stenciled paper 24 x 18 1/2 inches, each.

$10 per participant
  • About This Program

    Perfect for teens and adults, this workshop will take inspiration from multidisciplinary artist Adam Pendleton, who employs mainly text, paint, and collage to review culture and social resistance.

    Led by artist Makayla Binter, participants will use pages of a book to create a new work of art based on their unique expression methods. While in this workshop, we will select key words and phrases within the book's pages to be omitted, drawn-out, circled, or emphasized for a final artistic piece. This workshop will help participants to learn the skills of creative writing, painting, sketching and collaging for a mixed media art experience. Although all ages and experience levels are welcome, this workshop will be targeted more towards teenagers and adults. The images below are examples of a potential final product:

    Please note: masks are required to be worn during this workshop.

    Family First is presented by Novant Health

    Family First is presented by Novant Health

  • About The Teaching Artist

    Makayla Binter is a creator and educator based out of Charlotte, NC. Originally from Upstate New York, she moved to North Carolina to get her degree in Biology and Studio Art at Davidson College. Upon graduation, she took her experiences and completed over 9 murals throughout the city and Spartanburg, SC, has been featured in several collaborative gallery shows, and is represented by the Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art.

    Learn more about Makayla Binter at and on social media @mkay_15.

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