Professional Development Opportunities During the Summer
FAEA is coming to you. This summer the Association is hosting five ArtLabs throughout the state. Each ArtLab is a one-day intensive workshop that concentrates on a single idea. At only $45 each for FAEA members, each ArtLab is affordable, and overnight travel is not necessary with the one-day format! Check out all of your options below and register today.
ArtLab: Digital Painting
June 18, 2019
Description: Everyone loves learning new painting techniques with Adobe Photoshop - there are always new tricks to learn. Lunch Provided.
Presenters: Ringling College of Art and Design faculty/staff
June 22, 2019
Description: This ArtLab will focus on exploring, practicing, and applying techniques for artists and their classroom instruction (high school level recommended). Bring an 8" x 10” color photograph of a landscape or cityscape. All other materials will be provided. Bring a lunch.
Presenter: Amiee Sarajian
ArtLab: Printmaking Techniques: Collagraph and Reduction
June 25, 2019
Description: Come explore two printmaking techniques. The first is collagraph printmaking with a variety of plates ready to use. Then stencil and overlap layers. Next, dive into reduction block printmaking. Card stock image and modge podge will be used. Bring a lunch.
Presenter: Jordan Silvia and Ashley Monks
ArtLab: Printmaking Technique: Monoprints and Monotypes
June 27, 2019
Description: Come spend a day exploring monoprints and monotypes! Monoprints are a unique process in which a one-of-a-kind image is made. After learning a variety of techniques, water-based inks will be used to create a series of monoprints. The afternoon will be spent learning how to make trace monotypes. Trace monotypes do not require a printing press, and are suitable for all grade levels. Bring a lunch.
Presenter: Kymberly Moreland Garnett
July 13, 2019
Description: Spend the day by the sea learning, experimenting and exploring how to incorporate nature with art! This workshop will teach how to create plant based dyes, use reclaimed glass to begin glass fusing, learn the basics of Shibori dying, use clay and plaster to cast natural materials and create a weaving by creating a loom from different materials. Please bring a bag lunch but snacks and drinks will be provided!
Presenter: Kristina Latraverse
Register by June 5.
FAEA and FSU are proudly hosting The Master Series Workshop on June 7th and 8th, 2019. This two-day experiential learning experience is the perfect way to immerse yourself in art making. The schedule includes:
FREE Altered book Workshop with Dr. Gloria Wilson
Ceramic soft slab construction with Barbara Davis
Surrealism in Photoshop with Michelle Hartsfield
Alcohol Ink Painting with Debi Barrett-Hayes
Needle Felting with Debi Barrett-Hayes
Junk Journal Book Binding with Dr. Sara Scott Shields
The Master Series Details (Please read before registering)