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MakerSPACE Workshops expand on themes from exhibitions and are designed to encourage participants to explore new concepts and ideas guided by art professionals.

In this workshop, participants will meet artist, Loriel Beltran and explore his work in the exhibition Cut: Abstraction in the United States from the 1970s to the Present. The artist will discuss his process and guide participants in creating their own abstracted work of art utilizing cut pieces of dried acrylic on canvas. Materials provided. Workshop will begin promptly.

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Space is limited to 30 participants. Registration will close July 10th. No refunds.

Image caption: Loriel Beltrán, b. 1985, Caracas, Venezuela, lives and works in Miami, Florida, Classical Weight [detail], 2007-2019, Latex and acrylic paint on wood panel and aluminum, 120 x 84 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Central Fine