DescriptionThe Tingatinga painting workshop will be fun, exciting and rewarding to all participants. You will learn how to create your own amazing Tingatinga painting in exotic and attractively blended colors.;;You will paint side by side with some famous and real master Tingatinga painters from Tanzania and you will quickly learn and apply the technical aspects of a Tingatinga painting. Bring a picture of your favorite animal; it will function as model for your beautiful painting!;;You will take your own Tingatinga painting home at the end of this artistic workshop. This is definitely a not-to miss experience for fun-loving artistic people.;
Mshana Mzuguno is an artist who has carried on in the tradition of his father, David Mzuguno, the originator of the Mzuguno style of painting.
Pascal Bogaert, Belgian, obtained a masters degree in the visual arts and a teaching license from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium in 1997. He lived and work in East Africa since 1998 and I am currently the MYP and IB Visual Arts teacher at the International School of Uganda.
Wendy Williams Keyes grew up in Greater Boston and graduated with a degree in viola performance from the New England Conservatory of Music. She has taught violin and viola and performed with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the Arietta String Trio, the Virginia Symphony, and most recently as principal violist with the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony (of New York City). Her proficiency with regional genres has been developed through Simon Shaheen’s annual Arabic Music Retreat. Wendy’s viola is made by Luis and Clark, a Boston-based firm specializing in carbon fiber string instruments.
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