Build community in a unique atmosphere while benefitting from the mentorship of visiting and local experts. You'll get an immersive experience in your discipline, and opportunities to interact with students in other classes.
Image credit: Ayumi Ishii, Desublimation: 04/13/2013, 2013, resin, polyester twine, 57” x 121” x 57”
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
M T W TH F S SU
June 18 - June 23
Saturday, June 34 - Culminating celebration and exhibition from 10am - 12pm
$650 per week (includes fee for certain supplies, others may be purchased during the session)
One full-tuition scholarship for an educator of excellent merit, three partial-tuition scholarships for educators, and one partial-tuition scholarship for a student of any background. To apply, send a CV and letter of interest by March 20, 2018.
Optional catered lunch Monday - Saturday for an extra $100.
Limited housing available in ArtHouse.
Adult Intensives meet the standards for Educators’ Professional Development Units in most states. Certifcate of completion provided upon request.
An over-the-shoulder view of a letterpress printer at work in the creation of a multiple color illustrated broadside as well as designing and printing one’s own poster, broadside, or simple folded book.
Students explore the fundamentals of visual storytelling in the medium of comics to tell complex, layered stories. Learn to combine concept, drawing, design, staging, pacing, and acting to bring the story to life.
Fundamentals of mold-making and casting techniques such as one-part mold, piece molds, shell construction, and life casting. Materials including plaster, clay, wax, alginate, urethane plastics, and silicone rubber.
Learn to construct large-format pinhole camera; make photograms, contact prints, and enlargements; and get familiar with both cyanotype and silver gelatin processes.
Learn to merge words and music to convey deep emotion and tell stories with Pete Krebs and local established songwriters from a variety of genres. Students will write, perform, and review new songs daily in a supportive atmosphere. For beginner and intermediate songwriters with basic guitar/ukulele ability.
This introductory workshop covers traditional techniques of copperplate photogravure etching: taking a photographic image from le to lm to plate, then etching, and nally printing by hand. Plus explore direct gravure process by which drawings or paintings on lm are used to create plates.
In this intensive, one-week course, students will design images for a group publication to be created and produced in one week. Studio time will be rooted in a balance of both individual and highly collaborative visual work. Settling on a theme quickly, students will be challenged to loosen up and explore, then come together for critique and revision, and nally package their work up to be printed.
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