NDSU Art/Printmaking Education and Research Studio’s “13th Summer Printmaking Workshop: The Printed Collage” is scheduled for June 17-28 at Renaissance Hall. The workshop will feature guest artist Eva Isaksen of Seattle.
Isaksen will present methods for building layered artwork through varied monotype and collage techniques. Participants will work in series using ghost impressions in combination with stencils and printed elements from natural materials. During the workshop’s second week, participants will work with Kent Kapplinger, associate professor of drawing and printmaking, to create an exchange portfolio.
Online registration for K-12 professional development and three graduate credits is available at www.ndsu.edu/dce/k-12/info/10832 or undergraduate students may register through Campus Connection.
North Dakota residents may apply for a Professional Development grant through the North Dakota Council on the Arts at www.nd.gov/arts/grants/grant.html. Applications are due four weeks prior event and require two letters of reference.
In addition, Isaksen’s exhibition at the NDSU Memorial Union Gallery is scheduled to begin June 2, with a gallery reception June 18 at noon and an artist lecture at 6 p.m. in Renaissance Hall.
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