Happy Art Hour: An Ode to Frida
FCAC’s popular paint and sip classes are back, this time with 2 sessions! Come and rejoice the life and work of prolific painter Frida Kahlo, with FCAC’s own favourite Chilean artist, Jessica Ibacache. In this class, you will learn about Frida whilst recreating one of her iconic self-portraits. While upbeat Latin tunes are playing and corks are popping, you’ll go home with your very own Frida replica. Perfect for a group activity of even as some solo self-care. Let your hair down and explore your creative side— no previous experience is necessary and the only rule is to have as much fun as you can!
We advise booking early as these classes sell out fast!
Provided: Paint, brushes, canvas, a glass of wine and nibbles!
WHEN: 1 May and 8 May, 4.30pm – 7.30pm
VENUE: ArtLife Studio
Please Note: The health and safety of our staff, artists and patrons is FCAC’s highest priority. You will be required to follow all COVID-19 protocol at the centre. Please bring a mask to wear in any indoor or outdoor spaces where social distancing is not possible. You will also be expected to observe to maximum room capacities, printed outside each venue. Find out more about COVID Safety at FCAC.
If you have any questions about the class, please contact Creative Workshops Producer, Urvi Majumdar by emailing email@example.com.
About the Teaching Artist
Jessica Ibacache is an artist, writer, curator and tutor based in Melbourne. An underlying theme through her work is the commitment to breaking down barriers of access to the arts. Inspired by her Chilean heritage, her work explores the complexities of Latinx culture including connection to community, familial ties and the diaspora identity. Jessica has curated exhibitions at Footscray Community Arts Centre, VU at MetroWest and Loop Project Space, and produced events at Emerging Writers Festival, One Night in Footscray and the Immigration Museum. Her writing has been featured in SBS Voices and she is the co-founder of Yo Soy, a Latinx arts collective.
Presented as part of FCAC’s Creative Workshops Program.
1- Image courtesy of Jessica Ibacache.