The Bakehouse Art Complex offers a variety of educational programs for all ages! Classes and workshops are offered throughout the year and are instructed by Bakehouse resident artists (unless otherwise noted). This educational programming aims to help students, Bakehouse Members, and community art patrons increase their awareness and knowledge of contemporary visual arts, common practices, and international art market. Professional development workshops are offered to resident artists and the local art community with panels and discussions that address current and relevant topics for career and artistic advancement.
For more information on our educational programs, call 305.576.2828 or email email@example.com
Led by Bakehouse artist Edwin Villasmil
November 1st, 2016 | 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Age group: 13 – 16
This one-of-a-kind afterschool program is designed to introduce students to the different editorial cartooning techniques and languages. On the cusp of the US Presidential Election, students will learn about America’s political culture, with an emphasis on the most commonly used symbols that identify our political parties. They will be inspired by a unique tour through the solo exhibition of Jim tMorin, the Miami Herald’s Editorial Cartoonist and 1996 Pulitzer Prize winner. A visit to Edwin Villasmil’s studio and an art history slide show with a brainstorming session on a chosen current political event/character will inform several editorial cartoon assignments. At the end of the workshop students will be able to install their artworks on The Classroom’s walls and enjoy the cool experience of “showing at the Bakehouse” over refreshments.
Led By Bakehouse Artist Edwin Villasmil
November 3rd, 2016 | 4:00 – 7:00 Pm
Join this workshop to learn about editorial cartooning techniques and language, while enriching your artistʼs portfolio. Participate in an enlightening brainstorming session on current political events and characters that, together with an art history slide show, will inform the production of cartoons in different techniques. Be inspired by a unique tour through the solo exhibition of Jim Morin, the Miami Heraldʼs Editorial Cartoonist and 1996 Pulitzer Prize winner. A visit to Edwin Villasmil's studio. Share your creations with the other participants over a sip of wine and a bite of cheese with music in a mini exhibition installed in The Classroom at the end of the session.
Edwin Villasmil is an artist, editorial cartoonist and educator based in Miami, Florida. For more than two decades, he has been actively engaged with national, as well as Latin American politics particularly that of his native Venezuela. As he explores the relationship between man and contemporary society. Villasmil is currently a resident artist at the Bakehouse Art Complex.