Students will learn about the history of Steampunk and use recycled items and found objects to create Steampunk art.
Taught by Rolling Bear who grew up in Longville, MN where he spent much of his time hunting, trapping, and fishing. He learned Native American beadwork from his grandmother, is an accomplished native artist, and has made jewelry and dance regalia for many years. Rolling Bear learned about steampunk when he was asked to bead a top hat while at a pow-wow. He loved the concept and began going to Steampunk events and learning about the culture. He loves many aspects of Steampunk, especially creating art from recycled materials, having tea, and wearing costumes. From the Victorian house he grew up in, to his grandfather being a steam engineer, he was destined to be a Steampunk artist.
Tuesday, Aug 29 | 6-8pm
Register by Aug 28
$20 Gold | $25 Silver | $30 Non Member
The Kroc Center
405 Vermont St.
Quincy, IL 62301
For more information or to register, visit: https://www.krocquincy.org/classes/arts-education#artclasses