Break from your daily routines and let’s get together to enjoy the fun of making piñatas!
Making piñatas involves various artistic and creative elements. Participants can express themselves through the design, colors, and decorations of their piñatas. This hands-on activity allows for imagination and originality, fostering creativity in individuals. Participants also will have the opportunity to learn about and appreciate these cultural traditions. It can be a way to celebrate diversity and promote cultural awareness.
3 sessions: November 29, December 6, December 13.
5:30 – 7:30  —  Ages 13 and up  —  $30 per person

Includes all 3 sessions plus materials ( Tissue paper, glue, cardboard, paintbrushes, tape, wire, balloons)
(When it comes to making pinatas it’s never enough newspaper or cardboard. Please bring old newspapers and materials that you already have in your house that can be of use to decorate and personalize your creation)
Register at 956-542-0941 or at the BMFA front desk.  —  660 E. Ringgold St. Brownsville, TX 78520
Instructor: Sandra Cancino
Sandra Cancino, tattoo artist, and paper mâché artist with 15 years of experience, studied cartonería, the art of making items from paper pulp, specializing in the creation of masks and alebrijes in the city of San Luis Potosí, S.L.P. She conducted her studies at the Mask Museum in the same city.
Limited spots. Pay and register. No refunds. It does not include the entrance to the exhibitions at the galleries.