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Interactive artist talk and hands-on art making activity led by Kevin Darmanie, whose work is comprised of paintings, murals, installations, comic books, and works on paper.
Free and open to everyone.
Art materials and refreshments provided
Funded by a grant from the Cultural Programming Committee.
Art Break: Portraiture
54 Halsey Street Room 312, Newark NJ 07102
2:30pm-4pm on Wednesdays
Kevin Darmanie, originally from Trinidad & Tobago, lives and works in Newark, New Jersey. He has produced paintings, murals, installations, comic books, and works on paper. Darmanie’s watercolors originally incorporated tropes of graphic novels to re-examine Caribbean attitudes, social critique, and introspection.
In this series of workshops, artists discuss their “take” on portraiture and lead participants in hands-on artmaking activities inspired by the materials, methods, and perspectives of their own practice. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition “Mirror Mirror.”
Image: Kevin Darmanie
“Kedar: An Alien in Babylon” (detail), 2009, ink and ashcan collage paper
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