Day/Time: 8 Mondays starting February 24, 6:00-8:30pm
Location: SAA 2D Studio (W20-425)
Instructors: Sarah Hirzel & Madeline Pelz
We will create simple images and patterns using block prints, a technique useful in both fine art and craft applications. Rubber blocks will be carved using linoleum cutting tools and printed on fabric and paper. Beginning machine sewing technique will be covered for those who want to create introductory projects such as an apron, pouch, or dish towel. Students of all skill levels are welcome. Best results will come for those who are able to commit a few hours outside of class time each week.
Madeline Pelz is a graduate student and maker. She designs toys and games for use in cognitive developmental research, and spends her free time in the SAA pottery studio and experimenting with a variety of crafts (most recently sewing and printmaking) in her living room.
Sarah Hirzel is the Maker in Residence and the Wiesner Student Art Gallery Coordinator. Read more about Sarah here.
- February 24, 2020 - May 9, 2020
6:00 pm - 11:55 pm