Left: Katie Lipsitt; Right: Collage art by Katie Lipsitt

Left: Katie Lipsitt, courtesy of the artist. Right: Collage art by Katie Lipsitt.

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Hanukkah Keepsake Boxes

Exploring the Art of Collage with Katie Lipsitt | Online Class

Sunday, December 13, 12:00–1:00 pm (PT)

About the Program

Play with shape, color, and composition using items provided in a custom Skirball art kit! In this live workshop, led by artist Katie Lipsitt, decorate your own beautiful Hanukkah box in which to keep candles, dreidels, and cherished family mementos. Learn about how Lipsitt’s heritage informs her artwork and share some of your own family influences and traditions.

About the Art Kits

Each art kit has materials for one finished art piece. Households with multiple participants can work together to create their art piece or purchase additional art kits, as desired. Although most materials will be included, participants will need to provide their own scissors and are encouraged to come prepared with copies of their favorite family photos to incorporate into their collage.

About Skirball Studio Visits

This workshop is part of a limited series, Skirball Studio Visits, presenting online art classes designed for families with children. Led by dynamic contemporary artists, each working in a different medium, Skirball Studio Visits feature specially designed art kits filled with everything you need to get the most out of these unique opportunities to imagine, connect, and create.

Instructor: Katie Lipsitt was born and bred in Brooklyn, New York. She attended Barnard College, Columbia University where she received her BA in art history and fine art. She fell in love with her now-husband, learned to drive, and moved to Los Angeles to study fine art at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena. Presently, Lipsitt is a teaching artist at LACMA where she joyfully teaches elementary students and teachers. She lives in Los Angeles with her film producer husband, two teens, and a dog named Norman.