Make the scarf you’ve always wanted in this batik class! Quiquia Calhoun is going to tell us all her secrets about the batik process and you don’t want to miss out. These scarves are beautiful and the process is both fun and intriguing! Quiquia has had an amazing 40-year teaching career in Oklahoma City public education. In her inspiring words, “No art is wrong; all individuals should face the challenges of play and learn. The visual language is integrated with our social values that should be explored and integrated with our novel inventions and discoveries.”
Due to the size of the scarves and the amount of table space in the ARTSPACE studio, there are limited spots for this workshop. Claim your place now!!
About Quiquia Calhoun
Quiquia Calhoun has a forty year teaching career with the Oklahoma City Public Schools and has taught AP studio art for thirty of those years. She received her BA of Art and Education (sixth through grade twelve) from Oklahoma City University in 1977 and was working towards a Masters in Clothing and Textiles from Oklahoma University in 1978. While teaching at Northeast Academy for Health Sciences and Engineering, she has served as AP Studio Art National Consultant for the College Board for twenty years. Quiquia was selected Southwest Region AP Studio Art Teacher of the year in 1998. She has been an AP College Board Reader since 2001. In addition, she was National AP Vertical Team Guide Co-Author for AP Studio Art and panelist at the AP Equity Colloquium in 2008. She received an Excellent Education Award from Oklahoma City Public School District. Quiquia continues to teach AP Summer Institute Workshops at the following locations: University of Tulsa, Oklahoma'; University of Texas in Austin’ Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas; University of Arkansas at Little Rock; University of Texas at San Antonio, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo, McAllen, Texas; and New Mexico Highlands University.