Paint-a-Thon: Afternoon

Back by popular demand… Paint-A-Thon returns for two sessions with two different age groups! Spend two days exploring all kinds of painting techniques.

August 8 & 9, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm


About The Program

Paint your heart out! Paint-a-Thon returns for two sessions and two different age groups. Spend two days exploring all kinds of painting and techniques using watercolor, tempera, paint sticks, and more! From large abstract paintings and collaborative creations, to watercolor landscapes and mixed media collage, every art project is a promise to play with paint! A healthy snack is provided.

All campers ages 7 – 11 are welcome in the afternoons.

Class registration is full. Join the waitlist at the link below.


Paloma Núñez-Regueiro

Our summer exhibition artist, Paloma is a printmaker and a maker of things who enjoys drawing, painting, mixed media, and fibers. Born in Lima, Peru to a mother who is Mexican and a father who is Chinese-Peruvian, she moved to Mexico because of the guerrilla wars in Peru when she was 9. In Mexico she grew up in close proximity to her aunt, who was a stained glass artist. Her aunt always told her she was an artist, and that is how Paloma began dreaming of making art for a living.

Paloma attended art college in Mexico at Facultad de Artes Plásticas (College of Arts) in Xalapa, Veracruz. This was where she was first introduced to printmaking. She later earned her BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a double major in painting and printmaking.

Paloma’s work is closely related to her experiences of living abroad– the impermanence, the precarious construction of one’s present and even less of the future. It’s about starting over with whatever is at hand, and about the rootlessness of the ones who move from place to place.

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