ArtVentures, held the second Sunday of every month, encourage families to play, learn, and create together. Local artists lead workshops that invite families to experiment with ideas sparked by current exhibitions. Kids and adults discover new ways to look, make, and use their imaginations. Each month is a chance to see and do something completely new!
What is power and where can we find it? From the moon to the movies, explore the ways that artists think about power in the world and join us to make comics about the forces we can and can’t see around us. Families can join anytime between 1 and 3:30 pm.
Mita Mahato holds a PhD in English and works predominantly in cut paper, collage, and comics to build multi-layered stories. Also an educator, Mahato has taught workshops at the University of British Columbia, Evergreen State College, and the Seattle Aquarium. Her work has been spotlighted in The Stranger and featured in exhibits, festivals, and events in Seattle, Chicago, Toronto, Baltimore, and London.