“Our Stories” taught by Jasmine Dillavou

$85.00

4 week session: Thursdays, September 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th at 7:30-9pm

Ages: 21+ (please contact directly for underaged sign ups)

All levels welcome.

Cost: $85/ student, all materials included. Bring a sketch pad and pencil. 

Availability: 9 in stock

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Our Stories: Learning to use the body as a narrative tool in your art making with Jasmine Dillavou

Using writing, poetry, movement and performance over 4 courses we will learn to use the body as a narrative tool in art making. Our unique voices are what makes our art personal and beautiful. By tapping into our claimed narratives, finding our stories and seeking ways to use the body as media ( as opposed to paint or clay) we can better expand our creative practices. This class is a great addition to any artist’s toolkit from writers to oil painters and beyond. 

4 week session: Thursdays, September 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th at 7:30-9pm

Ages: 21+ (please contact directly for underaged sign ups)

All levels welcome.

Cost: $85/ student, all materials included. Bring a sketch pad and pencil. 

Syllabus:

Course 1: September 9th

Introduction to performance, movement and poetry

Course 2 : September 16th

Writing our stories, finding our voices

Course 3: July 23rd

Interpreting our stories through movement

Course 4: July 30th

Share, show, explore



About the artist

Jasmine Dillavou

Jasmine Dillavou is a Boricua mixed-media artist from Colorado Springs. Dillavou received her BA in Visual and Performing Arts from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and has since shown in numerous exhibitions across the Front Range. Her work often explores themes of visibility within Caribbean Diaspora identities. From intimate performance pieces to immersive installations, Dillavou investigates liberation, decolonization and femininity through a personal lens.Currently, she is an instructor with the Bemis School of Art at the Fine Arts Center and teaches across the state.
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