Kids Crafting with Kelle
Join visual artist and crafter Kelle with a colorful art project for kids! This month’s project: Clothespin people!
Create mini wooden people using vintage clothespins, yarn, and paper. Design a mini you, make a magical mermaid, or dream up a doll of your own!
In order to maintain safe spaces, participation in kids activities will be limited to children and their accompanying parents, guardians, and caregivers.
This is a free event with free 2-hour parking validation available upon request.
This programming was created in part through the City of Los Angeles Arts Development Fee Program, Department of Cultural Affairs.
About the Instructor:
Kelle Meschede is a Los Angeles based multi-dimensional visual artist with a passion for design and originality. She has worked as a professional dancer with Royal Flux Contemporary Company, Sia, M83, Louis the Child, Disney Fairytale Weddings, and The Ellen Show.
She also has extensive experience with set design, prop making, event decorating, arts and crafts education, and site-specific installations. While working as a DIY Project Designer for Cricut, Kelle independently created unique party decor, home accents, costumes, and kid’s crafts, which were featured on KTLA numerous times. Kelle also had the pleasure of assisting artist Jihan Zencrili of Geronimo Balloons in her site-specific works at Grand Central Market, The Broad Museum, and Color Factory, and was Production Lead at Geronimo’s residency with New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center.
As a lover of all things paper, Kelle has worked for multiple stationery companies over the years like Minted and Paper Source where she taught art classes for all ages. Kelle’s love for creating a space for learners to craft motivates her to volunteer as an art instructor for SoCal based nonprofits such as LA Family Housing, Create Now, and Hope Recharged Foundation.
About Ivy Station:
Ivy Station is a new mixed-use development and public space connected to the Shay Hotel, the Upper Ivy Residences, and headquarters of Warner Bros. Discovery in Culver City. In addition to visiting a curated and expanding mix of shops and restaurants, attendees can enjoy the public lawn and gardens and participate in dozens of free public events from fitness classes to kids programming to live music and other activities on a weekly basis.