Experiments In Collage V: A six-week online course taught by Randel Plowman.
Collage is the art of taking something old and making it new. Through fragmenting, combining, and recontextualizing, images can be transformed and given new meaning. The goal of this online course is to familiarize participants with various techniques and approaches to creating successful collages. This six-week course includes 8 projects with online studio demonstrations using various techniques. Those signing up can watch exclusive online videos, share their work on the group site and comment on others work. Space is limited for each session so sign up early.
The course will start April 26 and runs through June 7th
The cost for the entire six-week course is $120.
Things you must have when taking this online course
- image editing software such as Photoshop or GIMP. (GIMP is a free download for Mac and Windows computers.
- internet connection
- scanner or digital camera
- inkjet printer
- some skills using social media tools such as Facebook etc.
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Video demonstrations will be broadcast each Saturday at 2pm est and will also be available to watch anytime after that on the course website.
A complete list of materials will be sent to you after signing up for the course.
Randel Plowman received his B.F.A. from Northern Kentucky University and his M.F.A. from University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has exhibited in solo and juried exhibitions throughout the United States; in addition, his work appears in many public and private collections in North America and abroad, his work has been cited in numerous publications, including The New York Times and USA Today; been featured in How Design magazine, Artist Magazine, Somerset Studio and Studio Apprentice. He is the author of two books, Masters: Collage, and The Collage Workbook: How To Get Started And Stay Inspired, voted Best Art Instruction Book of 2012 by the Library Journal.
For more information about this online course please contact me at: email@example.com$120 for full 6-week course.