On Wednesday, April 23rd, William Shakespeare would have been 450 years old. Happy belated birthday, Bill! In his honor, we have dedicated today’s poll to THEATRE.
Doodling is one of those things that proves that art is in the DNA– it’s a way of understanding, processing, and expressing. So what do YOU doodle when you doodle? We offered five categories in the poll, as well as an “other” category. Respondents were allowed to tick off as many categories as appropriate. Here are the results:
David Schwartz of We Are Lions– “A community that makes art into clothing and clothing into art. Raising money for incredible artists with and without disabilities and great organizations”– gives a TEDx talk about how imperfections great and small, whether labeled as a disability or not, are the shared traits that make us gloriously human.
Clay/Ceramics teacher Kristine was out with Visual Arts teacher Sophia, and a crew of EC artists (James Brizendine, Lupe Chavez, Oscar Onsurez, Richard Chavez, Jose Salgado, and Yadira Prado), installing some new street art in downtown Merced, to coincide with Merced Art Hop this Saturday, April 19th. Post a photo to social media, #ECArtists. And, if you’re in Merced, go downtown and check out Art Hop from 5-9pm. Visit the Art Hop website for more information.
Introducing the new Enrichment Center Opinion Poll. The artists are curious about other artists and art lovers. So, every Friday, we will be asking a new question. Last Friday, we asked what your canvas preferences were– pre-stretched canvas, canvas panel, or stretch-your-own. Here is a link to today’s opinion poll, which asks about your FAVORITE ARTIST.