David Jeremiah: Drop-in Art Making

David Jeremiah: Drop-in Art Making Family Room

Celebrate Juneteenth at the Clark and check out contemporary artist David-Jeremiah’s exhibition I Drive Thee, in which the artist reflects on his experience of Black masculinity in America through large-format, semi-abstract sculptural reliefs. In these works, the artist explores the Lamborghini sports car and the Spanish bullfight as ways to think through questions of race—the first as a symbol of prestige and performance, the second as a spectacle of power and persecution. Drop in and make an artwork inspired by David-Jeremiah’s circular reliefs, or tondos, using collage-making techniques, and consider the symbols, colors, shapes, and materials that you might use to make an artwork that expresses something important to you. All ages and abilities welcomed.
Free - Family programs are generously supported by Allen & Company.

Image: David-Jeremiah, El Cobarde (detail), 2021, oil-based enamel paint, spray paint, manila rope, and mixed media on wood panel. Collection of Tammy Cotton Hartnett, courtesy of the artist and von ammon co.