Tag: di Rosa
As KQED Arts Education kicks off 2014, we are focusing on the work of artist Ala Ebtekar, who takes traditional Iranian painting techniques and mashes them up with his own visual culture, which is influenced by graffiti and hip hop. He is the newest artist featured on KQED Art School. Local educator Cecilia Garcia shared a project inspired by Ebtekar’s work that she did with her students at James Lick High School in San Jose. The idea for the project came about during a KQED workshop last summer presented in collaboration with di Rosa and Ebtekar.
di Rosa holds the largest collection of Bay Area art in the world, which is exhibited on the grounds of a beautiful nature preserve in Napa. Offering school group tours for all levels, it’s the perfect place to introduce your students to the richness of local art. On February 8th, di Rosa is hosting an […]