Concept and Experience
Enhance your creativity, invention, and self-expression in this process-based exploration of collage. You will utilize a variety of dry and wet media, including water-based paint and ink, drawing materials, acrylic mediums, printed media, and other found 2D materials, to develop technical skills and to discover the specific expressive potential inherent in collage.
Learn and gain hands-on experience through demonstrations, slide presentations, project prompts, personal projects, discussions, and critiques. You will work on multiple small projects over the course of two days, providing many opportunities to develop both aesthetics and expressive content.
Open to all paint media, advanced beginner to intermediate.
Leah Schreiber Johnson is an interdisciplinary artist and educator with a diverse studio practice. Her work examines how day-to-day experiences are altered by the cultural landscape. Leah has received multiple awards, honors, and grants, including a Marshall Frankel Foundation Fellowship, a Mary L Nohl Suitcase Export Award, and Wisconsin Department of Commerce grant to launch a mobile art workshop provider. Leah lives and works in Milwaukee where she is a Lecturer at the Peck School of the Arts at UW-Milwaukee.
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