11 Aug 2011 SCRAP Workshop: From the Free Section w/Monica Lee
Saturday, September 10th, 1-4pm
As a life-long crafter and artist, Monica has been coming to SCRAP for 20 years, and many times, she doesn’t get past the free section!
Join us as Monica Lee, resident artist at Bethany Center’s Ruth’s Table, presents various creative projects from materials out of SCRAP’s free section.
In this class participants can push their limits of creativity and ingenuity and challenge themselves to create delightfully fanciful or surprisingly useful things all from materials out of the free section.
Monica Lee has been a professional photographer for 30 years and is a life long crafter. She is currently the Artist in Resident at Ruth’s Table (A Center for Creative Growth Rooted in the life of artist Ruth Asawa) at the Bethany Center where she teaches art workshops using found, new, and repurposed materials open to all ages in the community. Monica has taught workshops at SCRAP, San Francisco’s Sunnyside Conservatory, and FabMo in Mountain View. She has volunteered for many years in the public schools working on art auction projects and where ever she is needed. She has found wonderful material in the free section to remake into all kinds of great things!