Film Friday: Graciela Iturbide
Ramon Reverte of Aperture writes, “For more than fifty years, Graciela Iturbide, recognized today as the greatest living photographer in Latin America, has envisioned the diversity of life in her native Mexico. Her lyrical, black-and-white images of street scenes in Mexico City, of Seri women in the Sonoran Desert, of political rallies in Juchitán, and of details inside Frida Kahlo’s bathroom are revered throughout the world.” Learn more about this incredible artist and view her work in the collection of The Grace Museum.
Make A Magazine Strip Bowl
It’s #ArchitectureWeek so we are thinking in 3D! Learn about constructing a form in 3D with this simple (and earth-friendly) project using just old magazines, glue, scissors, and a bowl form.