Nick DeMarco is bringing his papier-mâché skills to the studio for a not-to-be-missed pay-as-you-wish workshop. Growing up in Washington State, Nick began papier-mâché developing masks, objects and floats for the Fremont Arts Council’s various parades and happenings. More recently, he developed, constructed and installed the stage design for MoMA PS1’s warm-up party featuring performances by Cardi B, A$AP Ferg, John Maus and more.
Space is limited. RSVP required.
Nick DeMarco was born in 1986, raised in Seattle Washington and now lives and works in New York City. Nick has been been an Artist since early childhood, cutting his teeth working on community art events, parades and performances organized by his family and friends in Seattle. His work now spans many mediums, from product and furniture design to filmmaking, sculpture, writing, digital image and netart. Though his interests are varied, his body of work contains a consistent thread of critical irreverence—observing the world as it is, pulling from it, and suggesting how it might be different.