Public Workshop - Finger Labyrinths

The Nomadic Labyrinth was a project presented by Manresa Gallery and was installed on the University of San Francisco campus by artist Paz de la Calzada. The interactive piece helped create a better understanding of Manresa Gallery's mission simply by marking the space on campus directly outside of the gallery. It tempted people passing by with a grand gesture to be playful, introspective and interactive. 

Many people had questions about the  Labyrinth and wanted to learn more about it so I created a hands-on education workshop in order get the Parish involved in supporting the gallery and its mission as well provide space to make their artwork.  Paz was commissioned to create a public workshop where participants created their own finger labyrinth.