Wednesday, 09 Jul 2014
Rochelle Athey, associate vice provost of sponsored programs, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. A Q&A session will follow the 20-30 minute candidate presentation.
Lee Chapman, a program assistant at Reiman Gardens, is moving back to England, her home country.
This is a 4 week course on Wednesdays, July 2, July 9, July 16, and July 23 This course builds on the technical foundations of digital photography, expanding practical skills while also fostering your aesthetic awareness and vision as a photographer. Mark Stoltenberg will help you look at the world in a whole new way as you further explore the tools, techniques and identify the best subject matter to create black and white digital images.
From sgraffito scratches to swaths of buttery color to mountainous ridges of paint, this workshop will explore different techniques for creating texture in oil paintings. We will also experiment with painting knives and impasto medium to create a variety of physical textures. Bring an image or idea to work with. Basic experience painting with oils is required.