Monday, October 16 (and after school workshop for students and parents)
Kathryn Otoshi is an award-winning author/illustrator, best known for her character-building number/color book series: One, Zero, and Two. She is also the co-author (with Bret Baumgarten) of Beautiful Hands, a book about possibilities and reaching your dreams.
Wednesday, September 27 It’s time for our first Visiting Writer of the year on Wednesday September 27. Brian Yanish will bring his ScrapKins presentation straight from Sesame Street to Pilgrim School—he’ll talk about using trash to make toys, expanding your creativity (he started drawing the Scrapkins gang when he was five), and how to make a book of your own to all of our Elementary students.
Galadriel Mattei was raised in a small Northern California town. Her mother introduced her to basic sewing, beading and embroidery techniques at a relatively young age, which she continued to explore informally and avidly throughout high school.
Julio Ulises Medina is an artist and educator from Los Angeles. His work is identity-based and interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from various movement styles such as breaking and modern dance as well as engaging various artistic mediums such as movement, film, and text.
Laura Cooper is an artist who works in multiple media including painting, collage, photography, ceramics, and fiber. Her emphasis has been on collaborative projects and work based on forms found in the landscape.