These creative workshops can be for teens, tweens, or multigenerational groups. The workshops are kept small to provide individual attention—so register promptly.
Experience Work Ethic with one of its artists! During this workshop, students will tour the exhibition, share pizza, and work on a project of their own.
Experience Work Ethic with one of its artists! From her Bearded Lady performances with honey bees (1998ñ2000) to her 20-foot sculpture The Jolly Green Giant (2004), Hope Ginsburg's projects are driven by personal curiosity and always yield provocative results. Her temporary tattoos Little Black Moustache and Rosy-Red Cheeks (2002ñ03) are part of the Work Ethic exhibition, currently on view at Wexner Center galleries at The Belmont Building.
During this workshop, students will spend time with Ginsburg in the exhibition, share pizza, and work on a project of their own. We bring the artist, the materials, and the food—all you have to do is show up. See the exhibition pages for more about Work Ethic, including directions to The Belmont Building.