Draw Inspiration from Comic Book Art During This Workshop Led by Jerri Allyn
Are you ready to get your creative juices flowing? Join artist Jerri Allyn, whose work “The Waitresses” is featured in the museum’s new exhibit Men of Steel, Women of Wonder, to explore the makings of everyday superheroes and create a comic empowerment place mat on Saturday, July 27 at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Let’s spin our “lassos of truth” to squarely face that “impossible task” – one that requires we draw on a super power to accomplish it. Do we also need to borrow Wonder Waitress’s “bracelets of victory”? A source of strength, these bulletproof shields allow her to bring forth courage and empathy in herself and the people she serves – customers, co-workers, friends and family alike. By the end of the workshops, we’ll be able to slip into our “Hermes sandals” and don our “mighty cape” to soar as far as we’d like to go!
During this workshop hosted by the San Antonio Museum and artist Jerri Allyn, participants are invited to draft their own comic or use templates of figures in action and facial expressions that Allyn will provide. No art training is necessary.
The San Antonio Museum of Art enriches lives through exceptional experiences with art. Its mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret significant works of art, representing a broad range of history and world cultures to strengthen our shared understanding of humanity.
Don’t miss this fun workshop with none other than Jerri Allyn on Saturday, July 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.!
Registration is $35-45 per person. To sign up or learn more, visit www.samuseum.org or call 210-978-8100.
It’s always fun to experience something new! At Oxford at Medical Center Apartments in San Antonio, Texas, we love to keep you up-to-date about exciting events happening in the neighborhood and greater community. We hope you make plans to attend this event today!
Saturday, July 27, 2019—10:00 AM
Event Venue Location:
San Antonio Museum
200 West Jones Avenue
San Antonio, Texas 78215