It’s time we make visible, the healthy planet we seek. Artists will respond to the poem, “All Is She,” describing the feminine rebirth of our planet.
– Proposals due March 15, 2020
– All art forms are encouraged
– Submit up to 4 pieces
Art to be displayed, for sale:
– Saturday, April 11, 2020, 5pm-10pm, reInterpret fundraiser
– Sunday, April 12 – Friday, May 8, 2020, Expressive Arts @ 32nd & Thorn
All Is She – Earth Day Art Show
Collaboration between reInterpret and Green Art Labs
Artists will bring the words of “All Is She” to life through visual and performing arts – creating an exhibit of the healthy planet we envision. We can manifest what we make visible.
Joan Green, San Diego environmental artist, wrote “All Is She” as a mystical vision of how the feminine power can heal the Earth. In this time of climate crisis, people have the power to envision the world we want to live in. Show us this healthy world through your art.
More About Joan Green
About the Show
Two events will showcase The “All is She” Earth Day Art Show. Art will be for sale at each event/location.
reInterpret Reception and Fundraiser:
Saturday, April 11, 2020, 5pm-10pm
Celebrating Earth-conscious art, the All is She Art Show will raise money for the repurposing of useful waste.
(Visit www.reinterpret.org for more information about our reuse community.)
All Is She – Earth Day Art Show:
Sunday, April 12 – Friday, May 8, 2020
The All is She Art Show provides a feature for the days surrounding Earth Day, with a special event on Saturday, April 25, 2020, 4pm-9pm.
Artists may enter up to (4) pieces, in any medium, priced between $50 and $500.
Performing pieces are also encouraged, and may be performed live during the reInterpret Reception on Saturday, April 11, 2020.
2D and 3D pieces should not exceed 50 LBS.
All work must be delivered in display-ready condition, and include a method of hanging or be free standing.
The use of salvaged or repurposed materials is preferred, but not required.
Provide an artist statement including artist’s name, medium, and price. Include information about sustainability of materials/processes used to create art.
Sale of Art:
The All is She Art Show will retain the industry standard 50% commission on sales. All commissions will benefit reInterpret, a California 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Green Art Labs and Expressive Arts @ 32nd & Thorn.
Jan. 1 – March 15, 2020:
Submit proposal of up to 4 piece(s)
Saturday, April 11, 2020, 9am-12 noon:
Deliver art piece(s) to:
St. David’s Episcopol Church
5050 Milton St, SD 92110
(To make arrangements for another delivery time, please contact Judith Toepel at 619.933.9737)
Saturday, April 11, 2020, 5pm-10pm:
reInterpret Reception and Fundraiser
St. David’s Episcopal Church
5050 Milton Street
San Diego, CA 92110
Sunday, April 12 – Friday, May 8, 2020:
Earth Day Celebration
Opening Saturday, April 19, 2020 7pm-10pm
Expressive Arts at 32nd and Thorn
3201 Thorn Street
San Diego, CA 92104
Possible additional venues and dates.
Pick up date TBD – after all events.
For more information please contact: Judith Toepel, reInterpret 619.933.9737
Get to know our motivations and challenges a little better – here at SD Voyager…http://sdvoyager.com/interview/meet-judith-toepel-reinterpret-la-mesa/
reInterpret & Little Sprouts’ Contemporary Coffee and Conversation!
Come celebrate our 10th Anniversary by visiting Little Sprouts’ newest location in Mission Valley! You will have the opportunity to see their beautiful environment, see how they utilize Loose Parts in the classroom, share ideas with their staff, and meet other members of reInterpret! There will be coffee and light refreshments. This event is free and a perfect way to introduce yourself, or a friend, to the Loose Parts community.
Saturday, March 30th 9-11am Little Sprouts 403 Camino Del Rio South, San Diego, CA 92108
We are looking forward to another year of creative reuse!
We will be closed December 22nd and 29th for the Winter Break, but come visit us on January 5th 2019!
CLASSROOM MATERIALS SALE / EXCHANGE Saturday, August 4, 2018, 8 – 11am
Bring your gently used classroom furniture, decor, books/textbooks, toys, materials, etc. to sell, give or exchange to others who are in the child development and/or education field. Or join to us to shop items that have been collected over the years by seasoned teachers. Please call 619.933.9737 for more information.
Co-sponsored by reInterpret and the San Diego-Imperial Chapter of the CAAEYC.
WORKSHOP: BREAKING DOWN BIASES WITH LOOSE PARTS
New Date Saturday, October 13, 2018, 9 – 12:30pm
For more information or to register CLICK HERE.
A workshop for adults and children aged 8 and up (do art with your kids).
We all need time to unwind and find space for creating. As our children grow and become independent creators, we can enjoy working side by side with them. We invite you join us for a morning of bringing loose parts to fine art. Feel free to bring a son, daughter, niece, nephew, or other child(ren) with whom you would like to share your creative time.
10am to 1pm
Where: The reInterpret Studio 10250 Magnolia Ave Santee, CA 92071
Cost: Adults $25 Children $15
To Register CLICK HERE
We just love the book Loose Parts 2: Inspiring Play with Infants and Toddlers by Lisa Daly and Miriam Beloglovsky with Photography by Jenna Daly. We definitely didn’t want to leave out the photography credit, because the pictures are what really make the book! If you have any interest in providing rich environments for young children – this is the book for you! And remember that many of the materials (or similar materials) are available at reInterpret!
Well, we love the Loose Parts 2 book so much that we created a workshop for teachers of young ones to celebrate the book and create environments inspired by the book, using reInterpret materials. HEre is a recap of some of what we discussed and learned on Saturday, June 24th.
First, we discussed the differences and similarities between toys and loose parts….
We decided that loose parts and toys could be used very effectively together, and loose parts could extend the play with toys.
Next, each group was assigned a section of the book, which is divided by different areas of play and development. Our task was to create a new photo for the book…
How did we do? Hmm, yes, I guess Jenna Daly’s photography still has a leg up on us!
Some of the key concepts that came out of our activity included these things to consider:
– Choking hazards and other elements that may not be age appropriate.
– Colors can “set” the mood of a space or activity.
– How materials are accessible to small children (can they reach?)
– How many items are appropriate to offer.
– What accommodations have been made for organization and clean up.
– How does the invitation promote parallel, group or collaborative play.
– How “dumping” can be replaced with active engagement.
Finally, the group discussed some behavioral challenges and how they might be addressed using loose parts. We agreed that some children may face additional challenges due to sensory issues, space perception and/or mistaken goals. Loose parts can provide a wide variety of opportunities if presented in the right environment.
If you are interested in our upcoming workshops, please click on the “Workshops” tab. We hope to see you soon!
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LOOSE PARTS 2 A workshop supporting learning for infants and toddlers. The beauty of loose parts is that they can be presented in hundreds of different ways in multiple learning environments and resolve many developmental and behavioral challenges. During our … Continue reading
reInterpret’s LOOSE pARTs Workshops inspire creativity! We are proud to offer a unique environment where ideas spring to life with a palette of salvaged metal, plastic, fabric, wood, ceramic and paper in myriad colors and textures. The possibilities are endless, but our teaching artist Joan Green provides us plenty of focus!
Enjoy some samples of LOOSE pARTs art…..
See our “Workshops” tab for more information about LOOSE pARTs Workshops. We look forward to seeing you!
A TEACHER’S DAY OFF WORKSHOP – Bring a Friend!
Take some time for yourself this summer before the school year starts. We welcome teachers and all those wanting to tap into their creativity in a supportive environment thats celebrates self expression.
Join reInterpret and our guest teaching artist Joan Green, of Green Art Labs, to discover the unique beauty of loose parts art. During this 3 1/2 hour workshop you will explore loose parts from an artist’s perspective and construct a work of art reflective of your creativity. Register now!
WHEN: Sat, August 29, 2015, 9:00am to 12:30pm (Registration and breakfast at 8:30am)
WHERE: reInterpret Studio at 10250 Magnolia Ave, Santee 92071
A light breakfast will be served and participants will receive a discount on an annual reInterpret membership. Register now!