Sign up in the art office for a workshop with Professor Jake VanWyk. The workshop will be held on Oct 3 from 1:30-4:30. There is a limit of of 15, so act fast!
The workshop will include:
Mono-printing using Caron Dasche crayons on Rag Stock
Ink wiping and layering using process inks
Workshop will stress image planning, buildup and registration using
plexi-glass templates as a printing matrix as well as other transfer techniques
The architecture minor workshop will be on Tuesday, September 30.
Place: SC130 (or SC124 depending on the number of participants)
Time: 4:30 p.m. (for about an hour)
Not a part of the program? That is ok! Any students who are interested in the architecture program are more than welcome to join this workshop. It will be a great opportunity to learn about the Calvin architecture program, meet with architecture folks and enjoy baked goods!
Please RSVP by Friday September 26
Please join us for a private preview of ArtPrize 2014 at the Acton Institute
‘Walking on Water: A Journey of Faith and Art with Makoto Fujimura’
September 23, 2014
6:30pm—Doors and Gallery Open
7:00pm—Makoto Fujimura Presentation
Makoto Fujimura is an artist, writer, and speaker who is recognized worldwide as a cultural shaper. Makoto will discuss the process of creating “Walking on Water” using Nihonga materials, a traditional Japanese technique used to paint this piece. He will also discuss his journey toward integration of his art and faith, and offer his reflections on the March 2011 tsunami and the ongoing nuclear challenges that face Japan, which inspired the creation of “Walking on Water.”
To register or learn more, see the link below:
Meet us Friday, September 5 at 1:30PM in SC150 (art history classroom): lecture by Aaron Shoon, and artist and designer who lives in works in NYC. Aaron will be at Calvin this week, working with sculpture students. Shoon has a BFA in furniture design from VCU, and an MFA in graphic design from RISD.
He has worked as a lead designer at the Museum of Natural History in New York, and has recently started his own business, making and selling lathe turned table lamps https://pletz.squarespace.com/
Afterwards at 2:40PM, meet in the Spoelhof Atrium Patio for an Ice Cream Social for majors, minors, arts cohort, faculty and staff.
Creative professionals will share the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to traverse the competitive creative industry. Includes one-on-one portfolio reviews, workshops on webs tie building, financial management and creative entrepreneurialism.
Registration is now open. Crafthousergr.com
Saturday Sept 13 10-4 Craft House 40 S. Division Ave.