Celebrating Black History Month - Art Lecture and Workshop with Liz Ndoye Featured Artist is Torkwase Dyson
In this class we will study Torkwase Dyson, an interdisciplinary artist based in
Brooklyn, New York, United States. She describes the themes of her work as "architecture,
infrastructure, environmental justice, and abstract drawing.” Dyson’s work is strong powerful
and geometric - the perfect work to practice our skills of drawing three dimensional form and
shading. We will work on drawing mini still life’s comprised of 3 D blocks and simple geometric
forms. Students will create richly detailed pencil, pen, and charcoal studies of what they are
This program will be held in person and live on Zoom and YouTube!
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This program is a part of our Black History Month series.
- Wednesday, February 15, 2023 Show more dates
- 10:00am - 12:00pm
- Hoboken - Large Program Room, Ground Floor - 500 Park Avenue
- BCCLS Library:
- Hoboken Public Library
- Adults Seniors
- Black History Month Class Craft Lecture Live Stream