Paper Sculptures with The Laundromat Project
The Studio Museum in Harlem (144 W. 125th St., Manhattan)
Free + free museum admission from 12-6pm
Join us for Hands On: Paper Sculptures with The Laundromat Project. We can often identify neighborhoods, cities, and countries from well-known landmarks and buildings. New York City is known for its buildings, such as the Empire State Building, that form its famous skyline. If you could create a new landmark or building for your neighborhood, what would it be? Referencing artist duo Matriarch’s Skyscraper (2011), a sculptural response to artist Romare Bearden’s work, participants will use collage and assemblage techniques to build their own three-dimensional structure from paper.