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DATE: Monday, December 12, 2016
TIME: 6:30-9:00 PM
PRICE*: $35 (includes materials fee). Spaces are limited.
LOCATION: Possible Worlds (708G Somerset St. W., Chinatown, Ottawa)
*For this workshop, up to two spots will be offered at concession/reduced pricing of $20 (for students, recent graduates within the last year, or individuals on low-income). In all cases, proof of valid status is required at the time of purchase. Please e-mail us at email@example.com if you are eligible for this pricing. Spots are available on a first come, first served basis. A waiting list will be created once the spots are filled.
Our handcut collage workshop is being offered again after our first session sold out in less than 48 hours.
Led by Ottawa-based photographer and collage artist Kristina Corre, whose exhbition Small Worlds at The Manx and whose curated collage show Improbable Treasures was part of Chinatown Remixed last October.
This workshop will encourage participants to explore an elegant, minimalist approach to the art of collage. Kristina will present the principles and elements of design and composition to build narratives from disparate elements. Participants will learn about the basic tools, techniques, materials and image sources she and other collage artists use. We will then carefully collect, cut, and compose various ephemera (National Geographics, free catalogs, architecture, gardening magazines, and more), to create our own minimalist collage stories, ready for hanging.
Participant will each take home up to 3 complete works on coldpressed fine art paper. All materials will be provided.
Kristina will also give an overview of the possibilities for collage beyond the materials provided in this introductory workshop, particularly regarding how collages can be blown up to create larger scale works, including wheatpaste murals.
All materials will be provided.
Kristina Corre is an Ottawa-based artist and photographer who graduated with her M.Arch from Carleton in 2012. Architecture school taught her the importance of narratives in image making and meticulousness in her craft. These two incredibly important lessons are currently driving her latest explorations with handcut collage.
TERMS OF SERVICE AND CANCELLATION POLICY
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