Wednesday October 28, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM EDT
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Brooklyn Friends School, 375 Pearl Street

1.  Borough Hall Station/Court Street: Subways 2, 3, 4, 5 and M, R
2.  Jay Street-Borough Hall Station: Subways A, C, F
3.  Lawrence Street Station: Subways M, R
4.  Long Island Railroad Flatbush-Brooklyn Station trains

B67  to Willoughby and Jay Streets.
B54, B57, and B61 to Metro Tech Center.
B37, B41, and B45 to Livingston and Jay Streets.
B25, B26, B38, and B52 to Fulton and Jay Streets.


Friends of Oaxacan Folk Art (FOFA) 
Friends of Oaxacan Folk Art 

Workshop for Educators- Mexican Folk Art - October 28 

Introductory Presentation     Art Demonstration     Light Refreshments


Introduction to Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art
Cynthia Weill, Ph.D., FOFA Board member
Arts Educator, Children’s Book Author

Ceramicist Fernando Peguero, FOFA Artist
2014 Winner of Mexico’s prestigious National Arts Youth Prize
Fernando Peguero, age 28, is a two-time winner of FOFA’s Young Folk Artist Competitions. He is from the tiny town of Santa Maria Atzompa in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. A Zapotec Indian, he comes from a long line of accomplished artists, and is the grandson of Great Master Ceramicist, Teodora Blanco

Brooklyn Friends School Auditorium
375 Pearl Street, Brooklyn
(Easily accessible by 1,2,3,4,5,6 trains, Borough Hall stop)

All educators are welcome. Bring your colleagues. There is no charge for this event.

Sponsored by Friends of Oaxacan Folk Art (FOFA), a 501-c-3 nonprofit corporation which seeks to promote and protect Oaxaca's remarkable folk art traditions.

Light refreshments will be offered.