All posts by Guido Garaycochea

Korean Painting in Wood Panels – Week 2

2주 두번째 수업에서는 채색화의 한 지류라고 볼수있는 민화 중 연꽃그림을 그려봄으로서, 채색화의 특징과 과정을 알아보았습니다. 이 재료와 기법을 최종 작업을 구상하시는데 적극적으로 사용하셔야 합니다.   다음주에는 나무판을 사포로 다듬고 아교칠을 하는 밑작업을 하시는동안 최종 작품에 대해 저와 개인적으로 의논하실것입니다. 다음주 … Continue reading Korean Painting in Wood Panels – Week 2

Korean Painting in Wood Panels – Week 1

1주 첫수업에서는 뉴뉴요커 프로그램의 의의와 당부말씀을 드렸습니다. 적극적인 참여가 보다 더 많은 한국프로그램의 기회를 늘리고, 워크샵의 질을 높이는 원동력이 될것입니다. 끝까지 결석하지 마시고 참여 해주시기를 부탁드립니다.   첫 시간에는 먹으로 화선지에 그리는 수묵화를 해보았습니다. 수묵화의 발묵 기법과 선적인 요소, 갈필 … Continue reading Korean Painting in Wood Panels – Week 1

The Image Out of The Screen with Thomas Israel, a one time workshop

Through this workshop participants learned how to give volume, texture, and add  new meanings to moving images through projection mapping. This technique allows a video to be projected on common 3D objects, bodies, and architecture and turn them into display … Continue reading The Image Out of The Screen with Thomas Israel, a one time workshop

Celebrating 50 Years of Integration in Queens

Culminating celebration of our 50 Years of Integration series, featuring archival highlights from our six community events in Astoria, Flushing and Corona. The event took place in the museum’s second-floor Unisphere Gallery, which features a dramatic view of the park’s … Continue reading Celebrating 50 Years of Integration in Queens

“It’s about Us” – A New New Yorkers Exhibition at Queens Museum

Sunday, Dec.18 1:00 – 4:00 PM
New New Yorkers Art Opening Exhibit
“It’s about us!”
An Exhibition from The New New Yorkers Program at The Queens Museum
Queens Museum –  Partnership Gallery 2nd floor
December 18, 2016 – January 15, 2017.

The artists participated in a wide range workshops offered in 2016 including: Experimental Watercolor, Collective Storytelling, Photobook Storytelling, Drawing Sound, Basic Sculpture, Basic Digital Photography,Drawing Journal, Spanish for Mandarin Speakers, Advanced Silkscreen, and Design Thinking. These works reveal the diversity of visions, cultures, concerns and artistic approaches of our immigrant adult community that proves their tenacity to improve their life and build a new and better future in spite of adversity.

In partnership with the Queens Library, the Queens Museum’s New New Yorkers program offers free multilingual classes to meet the needs of adult immigrant communities in Queens. New New Yorkers offers adult immigrants the opportunity to interact closely with accomplished professional artists and engage with their innovative work, allowing them to broaden their horizons and learn valuable life skills through the arts.The program provides opportunities for personal creative expression through rigorous art courses, exhibitions, and participation in cultural festivals. It also supports student-led initiatives at the Queens Museum. Courses emphasize the arts, technology and English language acquisition, provided at no cost, in a variety of languages, most often Spanish, Mandarin, and Korean.