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Ripple Effect

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7+
Beginner
225
June 4, 2022
June 5, 2022
10:00 - 3:00

                                                                                                                                                                                                 
Workshop Overview

This is a multigenerational workshop intended for adult/child teams of two enrolling and participating together. In this workshop we will investigate our inner and natural landscapes through artmaking and experimentation. By starting within and moving out in thoughtful, supported ways we are the nexus of the ripple effect as our feelings, thoughts and actions ripple into our communities. How can slowing down and noticing details in nature lead us to understanding ourselves and each other? How can the rhythm of depicting something in multiple art forms reveal the unexpected? Beginning with drawing, then moving into multi-media play (collage, watercolor, charcoal) on day one, and then exploring printmaking on day two, we culminate in visual conversation as prints become collaborations. Children must be accompanied by a participating adult.

About the Instructor(s)

Briana Linden has been a leader in arts/culture/education non-profits since 1997; prior to that she was a preschool teacher. An artist and a mother, Briana works in social practice, encaustic, printmaking, drawing and photography. Briana designs and leads workshops for children, families, teachers and teaching artists all around the Pacific Northwest. Drawing upon big ideas within the arts, Briana demonstrates how creative approaches to teaching and learning not only give students the tools they need to ignite change in our communities as the leaders of tomorrow, but also the essential elements to make their own learning meaningful now.

Materials List: Students Bring

• Yourself!

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)

• Drawing paper

• Drawing pencil

• Black pen

• Index cards

• Charcoal

• Watercolor set and brushes

• Collage paper

• Glue stick

• Scissors

• Foam core for print matrix

• File folders for gluing to make a collagraph plate

• Plexiglas plates (Instructor will have some to share)

• Brayers

• Spackle knives

• Ink

• Phone books (to use under prints to keep things clean)

• Printing paper

• Wooden spoons

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