Mixed media is a visual art form that allows the artist to use a variety of mediums to create an art piece. Exploration of a wide range of materials and techniques is emphasized in this six-week course. Students can combine drawing, painting, and collage with a wide range of processes such as relief printing, frottage, marbling, stencilling, sponging on paper, wood, and canvas, etc. Students will organize and assemble the project pieces to create a series of mixed media works combining a variety of different surfaces and effects during this course. This class is designed for beginners and those wishing to experiment with new methods of working with texture and combinations of traditional and non-traditional materials. Demonstrations, reviews, and samples will provide inspiration with each class session.
Fall 2020: 6 weeks: Tuition: $309 + Materials Fee: $15 = Total: $324Notes: PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID 19, special policies and regulations will apply. Students must be in agreement with these health and safety regulations and TSA's policies in order to enrol.
|Code||Instructor||Dates & Time||Days||Length||Register|
|226||Jacqueline Treloar||Oct. 22, 2020 to Nov. 26, 2020|
TERM - IN-PERSON Fall 2020
2:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
- Exploration of several mark making methods
- Research: Contemporary and historical methods plus how this impacts the student’s knowledge of the breadth of this medium
- How mixed media incorporates itself into other practices/painting/sculpture/installation
- Importance of use of space, combination of subject matter and organizational strategies
Please keep your receipts in case you need to return materials.
Supplies. Please remember that professional quality materials are far superior to student quality for decent results.
Fall 2020: Some supplies will be available to the group, including tools that will be sanitized between uses
Students are responsible for providing the following supplies:
Suppliers: Staples for heat transfer paper, Aboveground art supply, Gwartzmans art supply. DeSerres art supply
Optional: Canvases and wooden panels are an option if you wish to work with them
A small book or plastic folder with inserts that can be used to keep samples, notes and all ideas and sketches
Thin latex gloves, if desired, are a good idea