by Artes de Mexico en Utah
Wednesday, June 2, 6:30 PM
Join Artes de Mexico en Utah for a Virtual Workshop on the history of the piñata with a craft lesson on creating homemade piñatas.
All supplies needed for attendees to participate in this craft workshop will be provided ahead of time.
The Piñata, one of the symbols that identifies Mexico in the world, is more than a fun craft. From China to Italy, to Mexico, learn how this traditional object is part of a vibrant cultural fusion. Let’s make a piñata together while learning about this rich part of the history of Mexico. We will feature artists piñata maker: Clara Amezcua, and Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, executive director of Artes de Mexico en Utah, as facilitators.
This is a virtual workshop presented by the Salt Lake City Library. For this workshop, you will need to pick up materials from the Art Barn (54 Finch Ln, Salt Lake City, UT) on June 1st.