Pictured: air-dry clay citrus created by Carly Lake-Irigoyen, inspired by Christina Erives’s work in Breaking Ground: Women in California Clay.

Food Fiesta – A Family Workshop

Sunday, January 29, 2023 • 11:00 AM –1:00 PM • In Person • $15

AMOCA invites you to explore the food sculptures of Christina Erives and create your own food favorites out of clay! We will start with a tour through the Vault Gallery to learn about Erives’s artwork and create drawings inspired by her food-themed pieces. Then, we will sculpt our very own food varieties using air-dry clay and decorate them with tempera paint. This workshop encourages children and adults to explore culture and family connections through a delicious lens!

AMOCA’s family workshops are for all ages and everyone is welcome! Both adults and children will be given supplies to participate in the art project. Children younger than 16 years old must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Your Food Fiesta registration includes admission to the museum the day of the event; AMOCA is open 11 AM -4 PM on Sunday, January 29.

This event is free for AMOCA Members. Members should contact membership@amoca.org to make sure space is available and reserve their spot. 

Event RSVP

Register automatically using the button below. If you prefer, you may also RSVP by email to education@amoca.org or by calling (909) 865-3146 during business hours.

Pictured, right: ceramic onions, tomatoes, and peppers by Christina Erives. On view in the Vault Gallery in Breaking Ground: Women in California Clay. For more of Erives’s work, visit www.christinamargaritaerives.com/ .

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