SCC-CAAEYC presents “Exploring  Art Using Unconventional Materials” on 03.02.19

SCAEYC Fritzen Workshop 03 02 2019



Michael Fritzen, M.A.  

“Exploring  Art Using Unconventional Materials”  

Enlighten your experience with new perspective on art with Michael Fritzen, who will inspire and motivate your creative drive and explore the beautiful Japanese Garden!   Once you know, you can easily share your enthusiasm with those with whom you work each day.   Count on this workshop to sell out very quickly.  Limited space is available.

Presented by

Michael Fritzen, M.A.

Michael Fritzen has been involved in the informal education field for over 15 years. He has worked at a variety of popular Los Angeles destinations, such as the Natural History Museum of LA County, the Los Angeles Zoo, the Autry Museum, Skirball Cultural Center, the Huntington and the PJ Library.  In his spare time, he serves as a docent at the Los Angeles Zoo and Tillman Japanese Garden, as well as serves as on the boards for the California Association for the Education of Young Children, Valley Relics Museum and Museum Educators of SoCal. He holds a Masters in Arts Management/Museum Studies from Claremont Graduate University. 

 Saturday, March 2, 2019

8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

The Japanese Garden

6100 Woodley Avenue

Van Nuys, CA   91406

8:30 a.m. :  Registration and light morning refreshments

9:00 a.m. – Noon :   Workshop

REGISTRATION (no refunds; substitutions allowed)

Member/Student Early Bird Registration by February 9, 2019:   $40.00

Non-Member :$50.00

After February 9, 2019: 

Member/Student Early Bird Registration: $55.00

Non-Member : $65.00

Free Parking 

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