Artist and educator Jeff Hopkins invites families to participate in an interactive storytelling workshop inspired by the exhibition French Fashion, Women, and the First World War. During this interactive story time, Hopkins will work on wall-sized pieces of paper, drawing, narrating, and acting out the character’s actions and sounds. Following the performance, Hopkins will facilitate a storyboard workshop inviting families to imagine their own illustrated stories inspired by works on view in the gallery. Join us for storytelling, gallery explorations, and a hands-on workshop designed to foster creativity.

Meet the Workshop Instructor
Jeff Hopkins
is a storyteller, educator, and illustrator. He has performed “Pictures Come to Life” at arts institutions all over the country and has illustrated nearly two dozen early reader books for children. For 20 years Hopkins has been a teaching artist for arts organizations including the Guggenheim Museum, American Ballet Theatre, The Jewish Museum, ArtsConnection, MoMA, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. He currently teaches art education at The City College of New York. He holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Master’s in Education from Harvard University.