Mondays, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Explore hot-glue sculpture making while embracing your inner weirdo in this new drop-in art class led by Bridget and Madison of Weird Girl Energy. Championing the idea that everyone is an artist, Weird Girl Energy encourages students of all ages and artistic abilities to celebrate their differences and create community through artmaking. Students will utilize thrifted items and traditional art materials – as well as inspiring items from home – to construct an upcycled art piece each week. Come to class every week or when you can!
- Ages: 6+, students under 12 must attend with an adult
- Session: Ongoing year-round
- Instructors: Madison Britt and Bridget Hamilton, Weird Girl Energy
- Cost: Free, suggested donation of $5 per class
- Location: CCAC @ Short Vine (2728 Short Vine Street)
How to Register: enter your first class donation amount in the box below, then click “Donate”. Pre-registration requested, so everyone is included on class email roster.
Madison Britt and Bridget Hamilton, Weird Girl Energy
Madison Britt is a visual artist engaging with a variety of mediums including sculpture, painting, digital illustration, collage, and fiber arts. Her background is in social justice work and community organizing. Madison brings this training to her work as she views her art as a radical expression of identity and joy, and strives to make art education more accessible and community-centered.
Bridget Hamilton is a writer and visual artist, focusing on sculpture and found-object art. Her work seeks to change the way art is perceived and expand the definition of fine art to include unconventional materials and methods. In her art, Bridget explores creation as an essential healing practice.