Community members can choose to make a MMIW screen prints on paper, t-shirts or banners at these traveling events. Those who choose to print, learn how to pull a screen and why raising awareness for MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMAN is important.
The elements of drawing — finding pattern and texture. MCAD Teaching Artist Minor/Sculpture Major Zachary North assisting in Gregory Rose’s with Drawing 1 at MCTC.
This Photo 1 workshop offers an introduction to photographer Jerry Uelsmann’s photo techniques of darkroom manipulations with negative overlapping to create one image from multiple negatives. Taught at MCTC with MCAD Photo major and Teaching Artist Minor Tom Bierlein.
The two-part collage and image transfer project introduces a variety of collage methods including, image transfers, cut and paste applications, reductive image disruptions, and transparent glazing. Teaching arists Madison Bruner working with AVIVO Artworks.
A Walker Art Center pop up putty molding project engaging memory connecting to the Jason Moran exhibition with MCAD Teaching Artist minor/ Illustration major Betsy Lehr.
Comic Journaling using text and image to represent a day in the life through character design and storytelling.
This lesson covers the basics of using Adobe Photoshop to digitally edit and publish and document traditional analog artwork.
A two week non figurative self portrait watercolor workshop with teens at Kulture Klub Collaborative lead by Teaching Artist Jonathan Herrera.
Screenprinting and painting on t-shirts for the May Day Parade at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts with Community Programming lead by MCAD Teaching Artist Vedashree Bankar.
Working with found objects on 6 inch tiles to open up the creative process in new ways.
An animated drawing created by Spectrum Lighthouse artists with MCAD Teaching Artist Levi Oftelie.
A performative teaching experiment with MCAD Teaching Artist Levi Oftelie.