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Becoming the Wild

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Becoming the Wild
Instructor(s):
Linda Hall
Date and Time:
9/15/2020
-
9/18/2020
10:00 - 4:00
Total Cost:
$
375
Minimum Age Level:
18+
Skill Level:
All Levels
12
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The open enrollment period begins on
March 10, 2020
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Workshop registration opens for members on February 27.

                                                                                                                                                                                                 
Workshop Overview

In this workshop we will make masks, headdresses or body sculptures from papier-mâché that embody our individual connections to the landscape and our notions of wilderness. As a group, we will explore Sitka’s natural area and, with the help of a local expert, learn about local ecological and cultural history. We will learn the art of making something powerful from everyday items such as brown paper, corn starch glue and found materials. This method of art making can be translated into a wide variety of sculptural undertakings. The idea is that we will "become" an aspect of the wild space. Come and get in touch with what is wild in the landscape and what is wild within ourselves through art.

About the Instructor(s)

Linda Hall is an award-winning multimedia sculptor, painter and social interrupter whose work is inspired by the natural world and the human condition. She holds an MFA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and is an occasional teacher at Florida State University where she teaches courses that combine Art and Ecology. She has orchestrated various site-specific art installations and performances involving students and community members.

Materials List: Students Bring

• The students are encouraged to bring materials that can be attached to the mask. This can be items that have special meaning such as costume jewelry or significant paper or cards to collage into the mask. Other items can be brought to create interesting meaning and texture. These include natural materials or fabrics.

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)

• Paper mache starter mask that is optional.

• Brown paper bags

• Corn starch glue

• Paints and brushes

• Card board and some tape.

• I will also bring visual aids such as pictures.

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