Lisa Fields Clark
NEWS The exhibit:
INCLUSION
ART
FACILITATION
MORE
MOSAICS
OTHER
PROJECTS
BIO CONTACT

Springs Preserve - Las Vegas, NV - Art Facilitation - all ages: Three mosaic worshops taught throughout the summer of 2012: Mosaic Basics (Tile Plaque), Glass Mosaics (Flower Pot), and Garden Cement Stepping Stones





Opportunity Village and the City of Las Vegas Arts Commission - Artist Residency: "Needs and Whimsies" Designed and facilitated the production of this collaborative mural. After two months and with the help of 10 intellectually disabled adult artists and staff from the Opportunity Village Art Enrichment program the 4' x 64' mural was installed along the upper portion of the south-facing wall of the store in the downtown Arts District at Main Street and Coolidge Avenue.

Opportunity Village Thrift Store Mural





Seattle Children's Museum Imagination Station Mexican Folk Art: Designed and facilitated daily drop-in workshops for one month, working with 2,100 kids (ages 4-10). Workshops included a brief explanation of Dio de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), an introduction to varied traditional Mexican music, and three crafts - decorating sugar skulls, simplified papel picado, and huichol yarn art.

Seattle Childrens Museum




New Directions YouthArts, Las Vegas,NV Rafael Rivera Community Center Spring Break Art Program (ages 4-10): Designed and facilitated daily arts and crafts workshops.


Rafael Rivera Community Center





WestCare Nevada, Las Vegas, NV In-house Art Program: Developed and facilitated a three-year arts and crafts program for six residential client groups which included at-risk youth (ages 10-17), adult women, and children (ages 3-11). This program integrated therapeutic arts and traditional crafts.

Westcare




College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, NV Adjunct Instructor: Developed and facilitated an eight week series of World Folk Arts and Crafts workshops for parents and their children. Each week focused on different world holidays including China's Lantern festival, VietNam's Tet, La Befana in Italy, Mexico's Cinco de Mayo, and Children's Day in Japan. Each workshop covered a brief history of the holiday's origin, information about the country, traditional music associated with this holiday, and a traditional craft.




The City of 100 Murals was a signature project celebrating the Las Vegas Centennial. This mural, "Plants and Progress," focused on indigenous desert plants. The wall was donated by a local contruction company and the mosaic tiles were created by youth residents of WestCare's Emergency Homeless Shelter. The project was designed and facilitated by Lisa Fields Clark.

Las Vegas Centennial Mural

Las Vegas Centennial Mural

NEWS The exhibit:
INCLUSION
ART
FACILITATION
MORE
MOSAICS
OTHER
PROJECTS
BIO CONTACT