New (free!) art program for high school students at the Seattle Aquarium.
The Seattle Aquarium is looking for ambitious high school student artists to be part of the Creativity Inspiring Conservation (CIC) program. As part of the Aquarium’s mission, Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment, the CIC program aims to empower youth to create awareness of environmental topics through artistic media.
One of the upcoming projects is in Screen Printing and focuses on issues of Biodiversity. Screen Printing classes will be held at the Seattle Aquarium and all materials will be provided at no cost to the students. Interested students should e-mail Anna Braden at email@example.com.
Class dates are:
Spring/Summer Classes at Ellen Ziegler Studio
WD-40® For the Creative Soul: How to Get Unstuck
Spring/Summer sessions: Tuesdays 7 - 9pm.
Classes $250 per six-week session. All materials provided. Limited to ten students. 10% always goes to the Tibetan refugees living in Tso Pema, India. Appropriate for new or practicing artists. Classes held in Fremont/Ballard area; easy parking and bus access.
Beginning with problem-solving exercises and continuing on to collage-based, found-ephemera projects in book and page form, I encourage participants to collect the evidence and residue of their personal vision and incorporate it into visual journals and image lexicons.
Classes fill quickly; register soon! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Download testimonials from past students.
Kirkland Arts Center’s Spring 2013 Printmaking Workshop
Introduction to Printmaking with Kamla Kakaria
Saturday & Sunday, June 8th and 9th, 10am - 4pm, $162
Learn the basics of printmaking in this two day workshop. We will cover monotype (painterly prints), stenciling, pronto plates, shellac plates and relief printmaking. Learn how to confidently use the presses and inks. This class will prepare you to take a variety of printmaking classes. Prerequisite: None
Register online or by phone; www.kirklandartscenter.org, 425-822-7161 #108
Kirkland Arts Center
Mary Margaret Briggs
Weekend of June 1st & 2nd
Spend a weekend with Mary Margaret in her Vashon Island Studio creating collages composed of botanical monotypes. On Saturday you'll select plants from Mary Margaret's garden, experiment with ink colors, and print monotypes on a Takach etching press. On Sunday you'll create your collage using monotypes made the day prior. Beginners welcome; no art experience needed.
Space is limited to 5 participants.
Details and Registration: briggs.typepad.com/workshop
Contact: Mary Margaret Briggs 206-567-5568, email@example.com.
Out of Scale: Artist’s Books and Collections
A Conversation with the Artist Friday, April 19th
March 25th – May 25th
Collins Memorial Library
Two printmaking classes through the Continuing Education Department of Seattle Central Community College with instructor Kyle Huntress.
Graphic Design for Print Media
Pike Street Press
Students can enroll online at campusce.net/SeattleCentral/category/category.aspx
4Culture invites you to a Brown Bag Lunch: Hidden Hazards in the Arts: Jewelry, Metalsmithing, and Printmaking.
Save this date for the next workshops in the series:
Thursday, May 9th, 12 - 2pm.
For questions or to RSVP for a workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Dave Waddell at 206-263-3069.
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