In the age of GPS, old-fashioned paper maps have an increasingly visible presence in contemporary art. No longer confined to solely practical applications, mapping has become its own art form. It has gained popularity among artists not only for its aesthetic appeal, but also its versatility as a way of understanding physical and conceptual spaces. In this workshop, participants will be led through exercises that approach mapping as a creative process. Using mixed media and alternative printmaking techniques, we will create maps that explore personal experience, imagined worlds, and the real and invisible terrains in our daily lives.
Date: Saturday, March 2, 2013
(This event is part of Women & Creativity 2013)
Times: 10a – 3p
Location: 6th Street Studio
Materials: $10 per person (payable to instructor)
Class Fee: $45 / Harwood Members $40
Harwood Art Center is a program of Escuela del Sol Montessori
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