Tuesday, Apr 16, 2019 │12–2pm
Join teaching artist Jennifer Ewing for Lines in the Cube, a no-cost, drop-in, guided drawing session.
Jennifer is a lifelong artist who has always worked in some aspect of art as an art teacher, an illustrator, and muralist. In January 2011, she was the Artist in Residence at the de Young Museum exhibiting “Spirit Boat Directions” and in February 2014 she was the guest artist at the Living Shaman Museum of the SF Presidio exhibiting “Healing Spirit Boats.” She held boat making workshops in both places, sharing her sculptural techniques. In January 2015, her “Spirit Boat Timeline” went on exhibition at Gallery 190, part of the University of California, San Francisco Memory and Aging Center.
She has exhibited her work widely in various Bay Area venues over the past twenty years and is a long time participant in San Francisco Art Span Open Studios. She is a museum educator at The Contemporary Jewish Museum and senior teaching artist at the San Francisco Fine Arts Museums and a where she works with adult and children’s programs, designs projects, and leads tours of exhibitions. Jennifer has also worked with Alzheimer’s programs at both museums, helping early stage patients find meaning and comfort through engaging with art. Since 1989, she has run her mural business, Ewing and Germano, with husband, Leo Germano. Specializing in fine art services for commercial and residential clients, their business began in response to visiting Italian fresco cycles that ignited the desire to paint big!
The CJM is committed to creating an accessible environment for all of our visitors. The Museum offers accessible seating for all public programs, a friendly environment for service animals, as well as FM assistive listening devices (ALDs) and portable gallery stools. American sign language interpretation (ASL) can be scheduled for all programs with at least two weeks notice by emailing email@example.com or by calling 415.655.7856 (relay calls welcome).
Public Programs are made possible by the Koret Foundation. Program support is provided by the Alan Templeton Endowment in Memory of Lieselotte and David Templeton.