About this Course
Kitchenanigans offers a unique opportunity to tell stories (through words or art-making) by tapping into the creative wellspring of our connection to food. This class invites you to delight in the details of your culinary landscape through simple photography and storytelling. These daily prompts and easy-to-complete assignments will have you using your meal preparation activities to unleash your powers in revisioning your everyday surroundings. The Kitchenanigans workshop offers fresh inspiration and nourishment from your daily kitchen grind and will help you discover the creative potential of your whole life.
About the instructor
Currently living in Northern New Jersey, she can also be found wandering the backroads by tandem bicycle, writing poetry for strangers on index cards, and online at www.mayastein.com.
In 2010, sensing a need in her community to make creative expression more accessible, Amy founded BraveGirlsArt (unbeknownst to her, Melody Ross was across the country making dreams come true for adult Brave Girls!). Amy believed girls needed to hear the message that creativity was a form of self-empowerment. Her first Saturday morning class was an invitation to the young participants to tap into their creativity, share ideas, find common ground, and discover new and exciting ways to express themselves. A lot of glitter and spray paint was involved.
Amy’s most recent personal artistic endeavor was to join The 100 Day Project on Instagram. The purpose of the project is to encourage people to create something every day for 100 days and publicly document it. Amy gave birth to a body of work during the 100 days and is currently looking for a home to showcase her “100 Days of Paint Chip Collages.”
“Tingle” was actually Amy’s middle name at birth. Somewhere along the way she decided it suited her best and moved it front and center.
You will need:
- A notebook and pen
- A camera/camera phone
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