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Dates: Sep 17 – Dec 3
Details: Thursdays, 11 Sessions
Times: 1:00PM – 3:00PM
Venue: Live Online Learning (Zoom)
Notes: No class 11/26

Collage is a versatile art technique that involves endless choices and possibilities for creating art pieces by assembling different materials onto a two-dimensional surface. This class will focus first on creating “raw materials” – painted and textured papers that we will combine to create unique, personal, painterly collages. Through demonstrations and experimentation, students will learn many techniques to create raw materials, such as glazing, stippling, gesso printing, mark-making, and pigment scraping. Class will then explore basic collage techniques to create professional, well-designed works of art. No previous experience required. See website for materials list.

Materials List


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In the event of a COVID-related building closure, in-person classes will continue with live online learning (Zoom). In the case of equipment-intensive courses, the curriculum may be adjusted slightly. For example, all ceramics classes will continue with a handbuilding focus.

Please Note: Online registration for classes that begin on Monday or Saturday close the Friday before at 12PM. Online registration for classes that begin on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday close on the day before at 12PM. If class registration has closed online and you are interested in registering, please email Marte at [email protected]

Adult Live Online Learning (Zoom) Classes: The “Student’s Email” you provide during registration will be emailed the Zoom link and login information one hour before the class begins.

Children/Teen Live Online Learning (Zoom) Classes: The email you provide at checkout will be emailed the Zoom link and login information one hour before the class begins.

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