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A18 Story Making Through the Monotype Process

We will make prints using stencils and symbols that represent something important to our life experience. The prints will create an opportunity that will help each member share a personal story about who they are. Experience the freedom to begin a journey of self-discovery by making art that helps express yourself in a new way. You will have a chance to create work that can go home with you, or maybe even a small series of work. We will end the workshop with an hour to critique. Supplies will be provided.

Level A – All levels welcome.  

Registration for this course implies acknowledgement and adherence to COVID-19 precautions outlined on the Fine Arts Center visit guideline webpage to participate in in-person courses and workshops.

Instructor: Melanie Yazzie, Visiting Artist, Contemporary Navajo Artist, Professor of Art Practices and Head of Printmaking at the University of Colorado at Boulder, CO

Details

Class Dates:

June 13-June 14

Time:

9 a.m.-2 p.m.

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Duration:

2 sessions

Location

Bemis School of Art

818 Pelham Place

Additional Info

Days:

Monday-Tuesday

Notes:

FAC Members: Remember that you must login above or register by phone at (719) 634-5583 in order to receive your member discount.

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