Beneath the Surface: Albus Cavus - Wheatpasting & Poster Making

Georgetown Library

Beneath the Surface: Albus Cavus - Wheatpasting & Poster Making

Tuesday, June 11, 2013, 5:30 p.m.

Albus Cavus is a collective of artists, scientists and educators who improve quality of urban life through community based public art and creative participatory events. 

In this program you will learn about wheatpasting, a highly effective public art technique. Wheatpasted art is created in a studio on a large piece of paper and subsequently installed. It is closely related to installing wallpaper. This workshop will explore wheatpasting both as art and as a potential career.

Ages 13-19.

Find out about more Albus Cavus wheatpasting workshops at DC Public Library locations. 
Find out about all of this summer's Albus Cavus workshops at DC Public Library locations.
 
ACAlbus Cavus is an international collective of artists and scientists who improve quality of urban life through arts and creativity. This goal is accomplished with community-based public art, participatory events, interactive environments and project-oriented education. “Beneath the Surface” workshops present innovative art techniques for exploring the world beneath the obvious and invisible to the bare eye.