Mon – Fri:  Jul 18 – 22
9:00am-12:00pm
Educator: Irineo Medina
Ages 11-14

Using Public Art in our community as inspiration, students will visit local murals throughout the Fox Valley to learn about different technical styles and applications. In this camp students will get the opportunity to create their own mural on a constructed wall outside of the Trout Museum of Art in the Houdini Plaza while exploring the use of can control, taping, stenciling, and color palette.

TMA members receive 10% off class registrations.
All supplies included.

Featured image: Love Mural, Irineo Medina

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Meet the Educator

Irineo Medina is a working artist currently residing in Kaukauna, WI. Irineo enjoys working in a wide range of media including but not limited to printmaking, drawing, painting, and photography. He is a strong believer in restorative justice and community advocacy. He uses art as a vehicle to share life experiences, to teach, and to uplift as part of that journey. He is interested in the relationship of people and their environment. He explores how the environment we exist in molds our mindset. Irineo uses this analytical approach of humans, both in studying others and introspectively, to form the basis of his creative ideas.