A detail of an installation of large wood cut-outs of flowers and leaves, some brightly-colored, against a black wall with shadows projected on the floor in a Carter gallery.

Virtual Adult Workshop: Paper Flower Power

Event Details

Event Date

Thursday, April 8, 6–8 p.m. CT

Event Location

Online via Zoom

Event Registration

Event Description

Learn how to create flowers out of paper inspired by the bright and blooming installation by Natasha Bowdoin! Via Zoom, we’ll start the workshop with a museum staff member highlighting Bowdoin’s process and how she created this one-of-a-kind work for the Carter. Then, we’ll create our own flower wall hanging with artist and educator Jessica Thompson-Castillo. She will teach us how to use simple tools to shape, fold, and attach flowers to make our own wall-mounted masterpiece.

Supply fee includes a special set of supplies chosen specifically by Thompson-Castillo for this workshop. Upon registering, you will receive information about how to pick up your kit from the museum. All participants will need to have their own hot glue gun and pair of scissors.

Advance tickets for Carter Society members on sale March 1. Public tickets go on sale on March 8.

Questions? Email or call 817.989.5013.

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