still of woman's hands making an art activity from the Mark Bradford-inspired family art workshop
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Let’s Make Art! Family Workshop at Home: Mark Bradford

Overview

Create an artwork at home inspired by the technique of Broad collection artist Mark Bradford, a Los Angeles-based artist known for using discarded materials found on city streets such as advertisements, flyers, billboards, comic books, and more.

Go on a hunt for materials for this activity inside your home to make a one-of-a-kind accessory!

 

Presented by Leading Partner East West Bank and Land Rover


About Let's Make Art! Family Workshop at Home

In conversation with the special exhibition Jasper Johns: 'Something Resembling Truth', Cross-Hatched takes inspiration from Jasper Johns’ collaborative and fruitful friendships with composer John Cage and choreographer and dancer Merce Cunningham. This series includes three evenings of music, voice and dance films programmed with live accompaniment and Fluxus performances, demonstrating the close friendships between the three artists and the influence they played on each other’s creative practice. Co-curated and performed by pianist Adam Tendler, the series will also feature legendary vocalist Joan La Barbara, renowned for developing a unique vocabulary of experimental and extended vocal techniques, which have influenced generations of other composers and singers.

A Taste of Cross-Hatched

CROSS-HATCHED PERFORMANCE DATES

  • Wednesday, Feb. 28, 8 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Mar. 14, 8 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Apr. 18, 8 p.m.

“Of course, painters were a large and important part of Merce’s audience. The music was one of the strong attractions for them. I thought of John as a sort of teacher/preacher/soldier. His curiosity seemed wide-ranging and athletic, and he was able to connect his work to other fields of thought—to nature, philosophy, science and whatnot. He was generous in his willingness to explain these connections and seemed happy to convince others of the usefulness of his ideas...I think many of us felt that ideas in one medium could trigger ideas in another medium—and that mediums could be mixed in new ways.” -Jasper Johns

The Broad wishes to acknowledge The John Cage Trust and Merce Cunningham Trust for their valuable input and permissions.

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