When: Sun., Oct. 4, 2 p.m. 2015
Kati Texas, painter, sculptor, digital illustrator, has been an Artist in Residence for the Ink People Center for the Arts since 2006. She helped a crew of teenagers learn to paint while beautifying Eureka in the Rural Burl Mural Bureau, teaches digital art, in the MARZ Project after school program, and also directs the North Star Quest Camp for Adolescent Girls. Her hobbies include kinetic sculpture racing, and in 2008 she won the title of Rutabaga Queen under the name "Lotta Paintbuckets." She has also won several Kinetic race awards including ACE pilot wings, Art, Pageantry, and Engineering awards. Currently Queen Texas serves the Kinetic Universe as President of the board of directors. Her upcycled fashions have won awards at local Trashion shows including “Glory Bat”, an all inner tube homage to the eco-heroes who bike commute, and “Plastica the Sea Witch,” a scathing statement in response to the North Pacific garbage patch, and the plastic waste that chokes our water system.
Price: $5, $2, Free to MGMA members and children