University at Buffalo
Department of

Art

Art & Design

Art History

Visual Studies

Summer Workshops 2011

March 19, 2011  by: Dom

Print Media Camp

Instructor: Jeff Sherven

Learn the basic methods of production for make images print ready. This includes drawing, collage and digital collage applications. Develop skills in hand drawn and digital positives to create photo-ready art. Produce a range of prints on a variety of substrates from stamps, stencils, screens, woodblocks, and photo litho plates.  Open to all levels.

  • Cost : $360.00
  • Dates May 31 – June 17 -1 pm to 5 pm (42 contact hrs)
  • Location B38 Center for the Arts
  • UB North Campus

Screen-print Basics

Instructor: Carolyn Kaser

Explore the medium made famous by Andy Warhol. Explore the mass produced image in this introduction to silkscreen printing. Learn the basics of emulsion and exposure, using drawing and computer-generated imagery. We will explore multiple-color printing and work on paper and fabric. No experience is necessary. The class will meet for two weekends with open lab hours during the week. Open to all levels. This workshop will serve as an introduction to the ePic Community Workshop at the University at Buffalo.

  • Cost: $150.00
  • Dates Monday, May 16 & Wednesday, May 18 -6 pm – 9 pm; Monday, May 22 & Wednesday, May 24 6 pm – 9 pm
  • Location B38 Center for the Arts
  • UB North Campus

Basic Drawing for High School Students

Instructor: Elizabeth Gemperlien

Students will develop observational skills using the basics of drawing such as tonal value, line, shape, volume and mass. A variety of drawing media will be explored. Students will produce a portfolio of finished drawings as well as a variety of sketches.

  • Costs : $450.00
  • Dates June 27-July 15  – 10 am to 2pm
  • Location Center for the Arts 218
  • UB North Campus

The Incised Line

Instructor: Caroline Kaser

Learn the basics of etching as you expand your drawing skills through a variety of techniques in line drawing. Practiced for more than 500 years, etching is a method in which lines are incised into a metal plate and then printed. Etching produces an unsurpassed line quality and has been practiced by Rembrandt, Goya, and Morandi. Combined with drawing exercises, this class will explore the possibilities of line. The class will meet for two weekends with open lab hours during the week. Open to all levels.

  • Cost: $180.00
  • Dates May 14 – 15, May 21 – 22 -9 am to 4 pm
  • Location Center for the Arts 218
  • UB North Campus
UB DEPARTMENT OF ART
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