artAbility 2022: Assemblage Workshop

artAbility Assemblage Workshop on October 16

artAbility: Assemblage workshop on October 16

A new year of artAbility has kicked off! Workshop number two is already scheduled and promises to be another day of in-person fun and artistic expression.

Join us on October 16, 1:30-3:30 pm PT for the Assemblage workshop.

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Assemblage is the art of assembling different everyday items into a single piece of art. Used items can be found or store-bought. The approach dates all the way back to the early 1900s with Pablo Picasso’s three-dimensional cubist constructions.

Registration is required. Contact the Areli ( for more information and to reserve your spot!

Project Coordinator

Areli Morfin returned as the Project Coordinator for the 2022-23 academic year. This is her second year working on the Project. Originally from southern Idaho, Areli is in her final year of her Urban Planning degree.  

She hit the ground running this year, kicking off the semester with Spin-off Art on September 25. This outdoor activity took full advantage of the warmer fall temperatures. Participants created colorful images by using air currents to move paint across their boards. Blowing the paint with a straw was an option; however, tossing their boards like frisbees seemed pretty popular.

Areli is looking forward to helping participants further explore their creativity in the Assemblage workshop.

Future workshops

Workshops will be scheduled throughout the semester, with dates planned for late October and November. These workshops will focus on Collage, with Lorie Higgins and Elizabeth Sloan providing their expertise as local artists.   

More details will come out soon, so remember to check the artAbility project page regularly for more information.

If you have any questions about any upcoming workshops, or you would like to know more about the artAbility project, please contact Areli Morfin at or 208 885 6000.