In honor of Women’s History month, we are partnering with the premiere Latino arts theatre for children, Teatro SEA, for an interactive bilingual storytelling session about the acclaimed Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo. Invite your family and friends for a fun-filled morning accompanied by music and puppets. All ages are welcome!
Inspired by Frida Kahlo’s love for traditional Mexican clothing, learn more about this unique embroidery style through an art making workshop! Led by El Museo’s educator, Carolina Malagamba, explore the different patterns and Huipiles, worn by Maya and Yucatec women through this hands-on segment of the program. Make sure you have all materials below.
MATERIALS NEEDED: Paper; (2) Two circles in slightly different sizes in different colored cardstock or paper (whatever is available to you); Crayons or highlighter for (PreK-1st grade) or Markers or colored pencils (2nd-12th grade); Glue; and a ribbon or string.
FREE ADMISSION via Zoom LIVE | To RSVP, click here.
(Registration closes at 10:00 AM on March 27th. Instructions to log on will be sent via email to registrants prior to the event.)
This program is a part of El Museo en Tu Casa, our new bilingual digital initiative encouraging visitors to explore and learn about Latino art and culture. Generously supported by Tony Bechara and the Board of Trustees, the Census 2020, and the NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund