Color Theory for Printmakers by Jane Marshall
Learn the influences of color from of PaperWorkers' very own
Details: Learn the relationships and influences of color from PaperWorkers' very own Jane Marshall. This workshop will take place on January 25th, 2020 from 10am-4pm. Registration is $55 - a $50 class fee plus a $5 supply fee.
Jane Marshall has taught classes, workshops, lectured, exhibited, and served as artist-residence at several universities including Kansas State, Wisconsin, Cornell, Western Michigan, Albright College, Indiana State, and more recently at UAB. She was the first artist selected for a residency at Studio in the Woods in New Orleans. She collaborated on "Big Prints," a project organized by Scott Stephens at the University of Montevallo that resulted in the production of three large-scale prints that were exhibited at several museums in Alabama. Her collaboration with Sue Gosin of Dieu Donne, NYC, on "Medea," a large-scale artist book, was exhibited at and is in the collection of the New York Public Library.
Book Arts Workshop
Alternative Photography Process Artists Books from the Ground Up
Details: This workshop will take place on February 15th and 16th from 10am-4pm both days. Students will use environmentally-friendly cyanotype printing processes to create books from digital negatives. Shooting and editing images, book layout, making digital negatives, alternative photo printing and darkroom techniques, and simple bindings will be covered. The class may even hit the streets for a few shots! Registration is $125 not including materials.
About Pocket Knife Press (Christopher Davenport): I tell stories of ecology, place, and people through photographs, film, handmade paper, and the artist book. As a teaching artist, I lead courses in: Documentary and Conservation Photography, Image and Identity, The Art of Protest, Film and the Environment, Art & Ecology, and Environmental Research & Advocacy at The University of Alabama and Book Arts, Conceptual Arts, Fundamental Drawing, 2D design, and 4D Design (time-based contemporary art) at The University of Alabama in Birmingham.