Tapigami Workshop and Conversation with Danny Scheible, exhibiting artist: More Than Your SelfieThursday
Saturday, April 9 | 1 - 3:30pm | $20 for participation in the workshop | All ages, 7 and under must be accompanied by a parent
TAPIGAMI is the art of applying imagination to masking tape. Created and developed over the last 10 years by Sacramento Artist Danny Scheible. TAPIGAMI uses the inexpensive and accessible material of tape to create complex and fantastical sculptures. Students will learn the basic techniques of creating TAPIGAMI sculptures, while turning the strangers around them into friends. TAPIGAMI classes are designed to be fun, interactive and social.
Danny Scheible created Tapigami as his primary artform while studying contemporary and fine art at the University of California, Santa Cruz. A native of Sacramento, Danny returned home to spread his new art form across the globe from his studio, now based in Curtis Park, and has watched as Tapigami has spread across California, the corners of the United States, and as far away as classrooms in South Africa.
Space is limited and reservations are required. Pre-registration, limited to 20 participants, all ages. Supplies and admission to NUMU are included in the workshop fee. To make your reservation, please fill out the registration form below, or contact the NUMU administrative offices at 408-354-2646.