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Andy Warhol used photography and screen printing to create now-iconic works in the 1960s. In later years he produced multiples as well as unique works of art that expanded on this practice. In this five-week class we will learn about Warhol's techniques and source materials, visit a working print studio to better understand these processes, and situate his art in its 20th century context.
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A leader in educating artists, designers, and scholars since 1866, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) offers nationally accredited degree programs as well as Continuing Studies programs for adults and children, ages 4-18. Considered one of the most influential art and design schools in the world, SAIC has continuing studies programs available to all skill levels. Students develop their creative and critical abilities while working with renowned faculty, utilizing state-of-the-art resources, and visiting the breath-taking galleries at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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Be at the Center of Creativity
Continuing Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) provides the highest quality educational opportunities in art and design through courses tailored exclusively for adults, including teachers, high school students in grades nine through 12, middle...
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The Risograph is an automated duplicator from Japan that efficiently produces offset-like prints in a variety of saturated colors. Though not originally intended for artistic application, the machine has recently gained traction (and notoriety) in small-press culture for its distinct look and efficiently as well as being rather finicky. This workshop...
Sunday Feb 9th, 2pm - 6pm
In this course students will produce multiple prints, including relief, digital, and screen prints. Beginning with monotypes, students will explore how to layer within an image and eventually build those layers with hand-drawn elements and ghost prints. The incorporation of laser-cut matrices as well as varying methods of inkjet transfers will...
Saturday Feb 15th, 1pm - 4pm(12 sessions)
Monoprinting is a form of printmaking that favors organic, gestural, textural, and ephemeral marks and imagery. This process is incredibly immediate, playful, and a multi-faceted type of printmaking, and therefore well suited to first time printers and artists who typically work with paint, mixed media, and sculpture. These prints usually begin from...
Wednesday Feb 19th, 1pm - 5pm(4 sessions)
Using hand tools, students will learn to produce linoleum and woodcut prints, printing by hand and with a press. Clear instruction and introductory exercises will guide beginners in learning this medium; students with previous experience will be challenged to develop ideas and engage in more advanced techniques such as multiple-block color and reduction...
Monday Feb 24th, 6pm - 9pm(4 sessions)
Intaglio Printmaking is a family of printing techniques in which marks are incised into a metal plate. Using a fine point needle and various other tools, drawings and images are transferred through a thin protective ground to expose copper. With the help of a chemical bath, marks and images are etched into the metal with a remarkable amount of detail....
Tuesday Feb 25th, 6:30pm - 9pm(8 sessions)
Decorative Paper: Suminagashi, Paste Papers, & Paper Marbling Sign up to learn a variety of techniques to make decorative papers from all parts of the world! Students in this course will spend two weeks learning each of method of decorating paper: suminagashi, paste papers, and paper marbling. Paste papers are one of the earliest methods...
Saturday Mar 14th, 10am - 12:30pm(6 sessions)
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