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Kids Breakfast workshop! Self Help Graphics Presents Printmaking with Your Kitchen Condiments | KCRW’s 24 Hours of Serenity

Weaving with a Homemade Cardboard Loom with Self Help Graphics

Apr 18 • 8:30 am

(All times are in PDT)
Free

Calling all kids! Join us for a one-hour art class that will use supplies you can find right in your kitchen cabinets.

Self Help Graphic & Art Barrio Mobile Artists will lead a live one-hour virtual artmaking workshop. During the course of the class, the teaching artist will run through the artmaking process and answer any questions the attendees might have. Find the workshop descriptions and lists of required materials here.

Self Help Graphics & Art Barrio Mobile Art Studio (BMAS) serves their mission to nurture emerging artists and present Latino art to a broad audience, and address the vast demographic that is Los Angeles, while also expanding our audiences and community beyond the East Los Angeles and Boyle Heights communities.

More about KCRW’s 24 Hours of Serenity

Listen  — we’re not saying you’re stressed out and need some relaxation… but we’re not not telling you that either ; )

So, just in case, look what KCRW has in store for you! It’s 24 hours dedicated to wellness and relaxation. Join us on Sunday, April 18th for an all-day virtual festival of calm. Everything from guided meditation with Valerie June to kitten cams, art classes with Self Help Graphics to baguette shaping with Bub and Grandma’s, soothing sounds of dublab artists to comforting home haircuts with ProjectQ… along with many of the KCRW voices you love and so much more. Seriously, it’s 24 hours — check out the schedule and details at kcrw.com/serenity.

The Zoom link will stay the same for 24 hours, so you can jump in and out of what interests you most throughout the day like you would at a festival. Drop by for one segment or stay for the whole 24 hours! We guarantee, this will be the chillest party you’ve ever been to. So breathe deep, hold it, and breathe out.

24 Hours of Serenity is free and open to the public starting on Wednesday, March 31st at 12pm noon, you only need to RSVP to attend.