Makers Day: Cardboard Creations
Make masks, helmets, bracelets, wings, and more – out of cardboard! Cardboard is a tremendously versatile and accessible building material. With reDiscover Center’s tools and techniques, kids can build big, strong, amazing costume pieces. Transform into a wild animal, dive into the past, and explore new worlds. New costume themes and activities each week.
German Diaz is an artist, illustrator and educator. He has been a teacher at reDiscover Center since 2020. Diaz was born and raised in Los Angeles. In his work, he rotates mediums and focuses on concepts relating to the horrors of climate change and the treatment of brown children. Diaz has had his paintings shown in multiple art galleries and sold his work in large conventions. His works ranges from a collaboration with “Viva La Puppets” for a Facebook commercial, Laurie Sefton for dance performances, and cardboard based illustration and sculpture at Cardboard City. Diaz has a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design.
Karl has been a teacher at reDiscover Center since 2013. Karl has been an Artist in Residence at the LATE Academies and Renaissance Programs in New York. He has taught art and design in various locations in Los Angeles for several years, participated in “Debating Through the Arts” at the 18th Street Art Center in Los Angeles, and was recently exhibited at Lambert Fine Arts in New York. MFA in Film/Video and Fine Art, California Institute of the Arts.
Village Arts and Rediscover:
Village Arts is working with the non-profit reDiscover center in Santa Monica.
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