Date(s) - Oct 24
Participate in this free artist-led workshop on Monday, October 24. Roy Lichtenstein and Pop Art Workshop will be held at the North Hollywood Branch Library and the Valley Plaza Branch Library. Learn about the museum’s collection and exhibitions and create your own artwork. No reservations needed.
Roy Lichtenstein is among a group of artists whose work became known as Pop art in the 1960s. Influenced by advertising, newspaper print, and comic strips, he manipulated the images in his paintings by using limited, flat colors, precise drawing, and a handmade imitation of a mechanized process known as Benday (printer’s) dots.
Following Lichtenstein’s style, mix text and images from magazine advertisements to create your own Pop art.