Family Friday - Taiko Drumming and Paper Collage

Friday, July 21, 2017
11 AM - 12:30 PM

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This summer, Family Fridays are hands on! Explore a different artistic material each week, with interactive artist demonstrations, exciting performances, and creations you can take home. Designed for a range of abilities and learning styles, Family Fridays take place in the E. Kendall Davis courtyard and include multisensory activities, picnic areas, and a Double Digit Clubhouse just for kids 10 and older.

On July 21st, taiko artist Kristy Oshiro thrills with an interactive drumming experience, and mixed media artist Kerri Warner makes old materials new in her fresh collages and assemblages.

Kristy Oshiro is a professional taiko artist based in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area with over 25 years of experience. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of the Tsubaki Ensemble, Queer Taiko, and Creative Director of Placer Ume Taiko, and is available for private drumming lessons and performances.

http://www.kristyoshiro.com/

Kerri Warner is a mixed media artist based in Northern California who blends conventional and unconventional materials She is inspired by found objects, fragments of antique treasures, and everyday manufactured materials that were never intended to be art.

https://www.kerriwarner.com/

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