Collage Image.jpeg Horizontal TabsDescription Collage is the art of creating an image by assembling different materials onto a two-dimensional surface. Chicago-based artist Philip Hartigan will guide you through the process of selecting materials to design a compelling composition that is meaningful to you. Monday, June 11, 2018 to Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Registration Fee: $195 (includes $25 materials fee) *K-12 Educators: Earn 12 State of Michigan SCECH clock hours by attending this workshop. This course is now closed. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, mailing address, and phone number, and the workshop title in the subject heading. Collage is the art of creating an image by assembling different materials onto a two-dimensional surface. Using materials such as paper, fabric, photos, found objects, paint, and glue, Chicago-based artist Philip Hartigan will guide you through the process of selecting your materials to design a compelling composition that is meaningful to you. Learn to experiment with a wide variety of media and how to build the surface of your piece, whether abstract or realist. If you can cut paper and use glue, you can create a professional, exciting work of art in this workshop! A materials fee is included as a part of your registration, however, students should plan to bring magazines, newspapers, copies of your favorite photos, fabric scraps, paper ephemera, small flat objects (such as buttons), or any other personally meaningful items that you may want to incorporate in your collage. All skill levels welcome. Faculty Philip Hartigan Instructor of Visual Arts and Creative Writing, College of Creative Arts Schedule Supplies A materials fee of $25 (included in your registration fee) covers use of tools and all materials: Acrylic gloss medium Acrylic gel medium Acrylic modeling paste Glue sticks Acrylic paints Watercolor paints Charcoal sticks/pencils Pencils Brushes X-acto knives, rulers, cutting boards Crescent art boards Suggested materials to be brought by class participant: Newspapers, magazines, thin fabrics, thread, etc. Copy of favorite photos, paper ephemera, or any other personally meaningful items that you may want to incorporate in your collage. Extra container of acrylic gloss medium.