PORTSMOUTH — The Black Heritage Path of New Hampshire will present artist L’Merchie Frazier for a special discuss and workshop, Saturday, Aug. 7, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., to discover the artwork of collage and to make your have tale scroll. The workshop will be held at the Black Heritage Trail of NH, 222 Courtroom St., Portsmouth.
L’Merchie Frazier is a Boston-based mostly visible artist, carrying out artist, educator, marketing consultant, activist, and philanthropist. She is currently the Director of Education and learning at the Museum of African American History in Boston. Through her visible artwork, she makes evocative fiber and steel sculptures, innovative mixed media installations, gorgeous hand-crafted beaded jewelry, and a powerful quilt-series, “The Quilted Chronicles.” Her function has been exhibited at quite a few institutions like the University of Vermont, the American Museum of Art and Style and design, New York, and the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
Frazier’s perform, like a story scroll, is at this time on display screen at the Black Heritage Path of New Hampshire gallery at 222 Court Street, Portsmouth. The exhibit can be viewed during open up hrs, 7 times a week, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., through the summertime.
To sign up for this exclusive occasion, go to blackheritagetrailnh.org. The expense of the workshop is $20 for older people and $10 for little ones below the age of 12. Children must be accompanied by an grownup and ought to be capable to use scissors. Participation is constrained to 20 folks.
To build your individual particular scroll, come geared up with your hopeful views, five of your most loved words, and a favourite estimate as perfectly as other instructed merchandise: newspaper or journal clippings, material or fabric from clothes to be discarded, tissue paper, present paper, or handmade artwork paper, ribbons, buttons, and tiny objects or trinkets. BHTNH will supply scissors, tape, and glue. For far more details, check out the subsequent web page: blackheritagetrailnh.org.