Join us at 2:30 p.m. (MT) on Instagram Live and meet featured local artist Ali O’Neal. Ali is a screen printer, designer, seamstress, and founder of the brand, Thimble Fox. She uses her work in serigraphy and textiles as a platform for social and political commentary to educate about the inequities of the textile fast fashion industry.
The Teen Curators program allows participants to gain insight into different styles of curatorial practice. In this brand-new iteration of what has become a signature AAM highlight for teens, each curator will design their own creative project with support from museum staff.
According to 2018 EPA studies, there was an estimated 17 million tons of textile waste. ASL’s featured artist, Ali O’Neal, believes that “fast fashion overlooks unethical environmental and social inequities… where and how we spend our money is a vote for the world we want to live in. Life is not always fair, but fabric certainly can be.” Join AAM Educator, Vanessa Porras, at 2:30 p.m. (MT) to learn fun ways to upcycle your clothing by designing your own patches with an easy screen printing technique!
One of the best things about screen printing is seeing your design come to life by adding various colors. Inspired by this month’s guest artist Ali O’Neal’s most recent line for the Green is the New Black Fashion Show, we’ll be playing with some lilacs and lime green colors. Join AAM Educator, Vanessa Porras, at 2:30 p.m. (MT), as we continue to work on old textiles to convert them into new and vibrant clothing patches.
The AAM welcomes the community to participate in an art-making workshop hosted on our rooftop! Planned in collaboration with the High Country Sinfonia (HCS), we will be creating artwork together inspired by a live performance. Sketching materials provided.
Join us to wrap up the month of May by learning how to sew on the handmade patches we’ve made inspired by local artist Ali O’Neal. Join us for Art Studio Live at 2:30 p.m. (MT), so you can learn how to revive and upcycle garments in need of a little TLC.
Join us today at 2:30 p.m. (MT) on Art Studio Live! to meet our featured guest artist for June, Mexico City-based artist José Lopez. José began his career in the world of journalism, but after venturing into Mexico’s Lacandon Jungle for a photographic project to record cultural contamination, found his life changed forever. Find out how his own business building a mezcal brand led to him becoming an artist now specializing in linocut.
Acompañanos hoy a las 2:30 pm MT y conoce al artista destacado José López de la Ciudad de México. José inició su carrera como periodista, pero poco después se aventuró en un proyecto fotográfico para grabar la contaminación cultural en la Selva Lacandona y su vida cambió para siempre. Descubre cómo su negocio en el mezcal lo llevó a convertirse en un artista especializado en linóleo.
Family members are invited to join us on our roofdeck at the AAM for an art-making experience for all! Inspired by the mountain view from the rooftop, participants will be creating mixed media mountain collages together.
In order to create a successful design to transfer onto a linoleum block, we need to think about patterns! Join AAM Educator Vanessa Porras today at 2:30 p.m. (MT) on instagram to learn about basic drawing techniques, line work, and pattern. Inspired by our June guest artist José Lopez’s work with agave plants, you’ll experiment by drawing different cacti and succulents.
Para crear un diseño exitoso para transferirlo a un bloque de linóleo, ¡debemos pensar en patrones! Acompaña a la educadora de AAM, Vanessa Porras, hoy a las 2:30 pm MT para aprender sobre técnicas básicas de dibujo, líneas y patrones. Inspirado por el trabajo de José López con agaves, experimentarás dibujando diferentes cactus y suculentas.
Provides people of all ages with the opportunity to take art outside the museum walls. Led by museum educators and special guests, each session aims to spark creativity and wonder through activities in and around Aspen.
Tuesday–Sunday, 10 AM–6 PM
General operating support is provided by Colorado Creative Industries. CCI and its activities are made possible through an annual appropriation from the Colorado General Assembly and federal funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.