Thursday, May 14, 2015
6 – 8 pm
Every time an action is doubled, its meaning changes.
Two means identical, reinforcing the meaning
one is unique
two are identical
three makes a series
Following in-depth exploration of the exhibition Repetition and Difference, contemporary artist Chris Domenick leads a two-session workshop in which participants will explore iterative studio processes and printmaking techniques in the Museum’s art studio. Class participants will learn about concepts associated with making multiples, and how they differ from singular objects. Discussion will encompass ideas of value, accessibility, identity, and technology.
Using linoleum and woodcutting techniques, participants will create a unique image designed to print multiple times. Difference will be determined by color, treatment, and technical variations on each print. At the end of the second class, each participant will go home with a portfolio of prints.
Course Fee: $45 for the two-session workshop; $36 for members
All materials included in course fee
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