Wed 8th July | Modern day masters - Create a contemporary masterpiece whilst simultaneously looking to the past. Drawing upon the old masters, we will look at basic composition techniques and symbolism to bring a new dimension into your collage work... more
Wed 15th July | Exploring Distance - Exploring ideas of 'confinement', 'distance', 'absence' and 'presence', collage can be used effectively to add and remove detail from a composed image. You are invited to explore your own experience of social distancing through magazine collage techniques.. more
Wed 22nd July | Mixed media image transfer Artist Nina Fraser will guide you through the method of transforming photographic imagery to fabric and wood and suggest artists to research who utilize this process successfully in their practice. more
Wed 29th July | Mixed media techniques - You will learn how to effectively mix your media in this workshop that introduces various techniques to collage application, including thread, fabric (see previous workshop for technique) wax, and various glues. more
This series of collage workshops are designed for all levels of experience, and is open to people of all creative and professional backgrounds. They will be held in English.
Due to Covid19, the workshops are limited to 4 people, and reservations can be made by making payment through the booking link. The workshop is not suited to children under 10 years. For children 10- 14 years please be accompanied by an adult.
All materials provided.
€30 per person, per workshop
€50 for two workshops (from this series)
or bring a friend! (2 for 25€ each, must be booked at the same time)
Participants will have enough space to work 2 metres apart and won't be required to share materials. Sanitising equipment and record of cleanliness in public areas will be available. Masks will be required to be worn throughout the duration of the workshop. There will be no refreshments so please bring your own drinking water!
INTRODUCTION TO COLLAGE
This course is open to all levels of experience and will be facilitated in english.
Collage explores new ways of re-imagining our surroundings and making strange what is familiar. As a ‘copy and paste’ medium it has never been more relevant in today’s image-saturated society.
Using magazine clippings and other easy to find materials, Nina Fraser will guide participants through a variety of collage techniques and methods to inspire your approach to the medium. Adapting to the online platform, she will deliver exercises you can easily do on your kitchen table.
This course includes references to Art History as well as contemporary artists who use it as a process or as a final work.
| Hours: Tuesdays: 9, 16, 23 and 30 of June from 3 pm until 5 pm
| Tuition fee: 70.00 + 5.50 school insurance
| Teacher: Nina Fraser
Collage in Space relates the two-dimensional page to the three-dimensional field, allowing compositions to stand freely and take on a new life as a sculptural object. This series of workshops explores both construction methods and ways of thinking in space, using everyday materials and photographic imagery as building material.
Inspired by the concept of futuristic and invented cities explored by artists such as Constant Nieuwenhuy, Paul Noble and Luca Galofaro, Collage in Space is a chance to construct a world from your imagination. You do not need a preconceived idea, as the creative nature of collage will open up pathways for new connections and ideas to form as you work.