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The Studio@620 presents a new exhibit of sustainable modern artwork by Amandine Drouet. Amandine gives a second life to her materials transforming them to something new. She rehabilitates what was cast aside or meant for trash-finding items either overlooked or random bits of garbage before becoming permanent parts of the environment. Chance guides her artistic process while it also feeds a constant recycling project. These found objects inspire new ideas as they coalesce into bodies of work through a number of mediums. In conjunction with the exhibition, CJ Reynold from the USF College of Marine Science will give a talk about sustainability and a hands-on workshop will be offered for participants to create artwork from reclaimed plastic and learn more about Amandine's creative process. Opening Reception Saturday December 8, 2018 5-9PM Hands On Plastic Art Workshop Sunday Dec. 9, 2018 2-5PM Workshop supplies will be provided, however participants are asked to bring their own plastic bags or other items to supplement provided supplies. Space is limited, pre-registration required. Please call 727-895-6620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. A Conversation on Ocean Sustainability with CJ Reynold, USF College of Marine Science, Thursday Dec. 13, 2018 7-9 PM All events are free to attend, donations will be accepted in support of The Studio@620.
St. Petersburg (Fla.)
Amandine Drouet, CJ Reynold
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Studio at 620 and Drouet, Amandine, "Plastic is the New Fish" (2018). Postcard Collection. 172.