The Arts Asylum hosted a creative lunch hour in which they engaged our community to make their signature Alcohol Ink Tiles. Their philosophy is that although not everyone can hold the title of Artist, everyone can and should be encouraged to create. The beauty of using the medium of Alcohol ink is its ability to work on its own and with the user to teach color mixing, balance, and control while not requiring any special tools or materials. The tiles only took a few minutes to make, and left a lasting impression with those who tend to forget the importance of creativity and imagination.
Date and Location
This creative community workshop was held on August 13th, in Oppenstein Park (Corner of Walnut and 12th in Downtown KC), from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Arts Asylum is a visual and performing Arts Venue just east of the downtown core that aims to assist new and established artists in all facets of art with the creation and presentation of their art forms.