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Print is alive and well, and the graphic designer of today has never had it better. This workshop will open up the vast world of possibilities available in print today. New digital presses are allowing designers unprecedented control of the printed surface, including custom inks, varnishes, foils and other advanced … Read more

Start Date

10/03

Meeting Day

Mondays

End Date

10/24

Faculty

Jason Fairchild

Time

6:30pm–9:30pm

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Explore the art of personal expression through landscape photography. Tsar Fedorsky, a fine arts photographer whose own work draws on images found near home, will encourage students to discover their own visual voice by choosing to take landscape photographs close to home. Nature is all around us. You don’t need … Read more

Start Date

10/11

Meeting Day

Tuesdays

End Date

11/15

Faculty

Tsar Fedorsky

Time

6pm–8pm

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In this class students will work from found images and/or drawings of their own to explore mark making with the needle. Through embroidery stitches from basic to advanced, we will learn, experiment and push the types of mark we can create with the simple tool of needle and thread. During class, basic … Read more

Start Date

10/15

Meeting Day

Saturday

End Date

10/22

Faculty

Joetta Maue

Time

10am–4pm

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Working from personally selected still life objects, students will learn techniques to capture the object’s form, value structure, and temperature shifts using built up layers of conte crayon. Students will complete two still lifes, the first using naturalistic colors. For the second still life students will choose to either exaggerate … Read more

Start Date

10/15

Meeting Day

Saturdays

End Date

11/19

Faculty

Janet Loren Hill

Time

10am–12noon

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Originally Mail Art emerged in the 1960s as a reaction to the gallery system, (mail art is free!). The movement was made famous by Ray Johnson, who founded the New York Correspondence School and established a network of international artists who are still using the mail art form today. These global … Read more

Start Date

11/05

Meeting Day

Saturdays

End Date

11/19

Faculty

Brett S. Poza

Time

10am–2pm

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