Street chalk artist and illustrator, David Zinn, is visiting our community August 16-19, 2017. While here, David will conduct several workshops and leave the community with an interactive, inter-generational art walk to enjoy!
David’s temporary street art is composed entirely of chalk, charcoal and found objects, and is always improvised on location.
His most frequent characters are Sluggo, a bright green monster with stalk eyes and irreverent habits, and Philomena, a phlegmatic flying pig.
Area C4 students, studying 3D Visualization and Graphic Design, will work with David to promote our upcoming Seek 2017 Conference with chalk art.
Mill Race Center members are invited to observe David Zinn’s workshops on:
August 16, 9-11am at Hotel Indigo and 1-3pm at Viewpoint Books
August 17, 9-11 am at the Library and 3-5pm at Foundation for Youth
If you are interested in participating in a workshop, we have a limited number of spaces available for a fifth workshop on Wednesday, August 16 from 4:30 to 5:30pm here at Mill Race Center. You will learn how to use chalk to create 3D art and your art will help us promote our biggest fundraiser of the year, Seek 2017!
In addition, Viewpoint Books, 548 Washington Street, will host a book signing on Saturday, August 19 from 11am to 1pm.
Meet David and purchase his book, Temporary Preserves: Chalk Art by David Zinn, if you’d like and he will sign the book for you!
Learn more about David Zinn and his art at www.zinnart.com.