Morning Art with Liz
CELEBRATING WOMEN ARTISTS - THE HOBOKEN PUBLIC LIBRARY MARCH 4, 11, 18, 25
Art teacher, Liz Cohen Ndoye, will hold a new series of FOUR art classes at the Hoboken Public Library. These classes will accommodate beginners as well as more experienced artists.
Liz Cohen Ndoye, who has extensive experience in teaching students over the last 40 years of her art career, will introduce the contributions of women artists in history and the canon of art from new, contemporary artists.
CLASS 2 - JUDITH SCOTT - Judith Scott was born in Columbus, Ohio, in 1943. Isolated as a
result of being institutionalized for most of her life due to Down syndrome and deafness, Scott
began creating art at age forty-three, after being introduced to Creative Growth in 1987. Fabric
quickly became her passion and medium of choice, and for the next eighteen years of her life,
Scott created sculptures using yarn, twine, and strips of fabric, to wrap and knot around an array
of mundane objects she discovered around her, such as keys, plastic tubing, bicycle wheels,
and a shopping cart. Students will create their own small wrapped sculptures in honor of Scott
- Wednesday, March 11, 2020
- 10:00am - 12:00pm
- Hoboken - Small Programming Room & Garden
- Hoboken Public Library