SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 @ 11-12
Transform and Translate
Materials: tracing paper, crayons, scissors, glue
For this workshop we will be building drawings from the everyday world around us! We will discover the surfaces and objects that make up our environment, from leaves and palms to floor tiles and drying racks, which we will then translate into drawings through rubbing. It will be a process of discovery, experimentation, play, and collage.
SÁBADO 25 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 11 A 12
Transforma y Traduce
Materiales: papel para calcar, crayones, tijeras, pegamento
¡Para este taller estaremos construyendo dibujos del mundo cotidiano que nos rodea! Descubriremos las superficies y objetos que componen nuestro entorno, desde hojas y palmeras hasta baldosas y tendederos, que luego traduciremos a dibujos mediante frotamiento. Será un proceso de descubrimiento, experimentación, juego y collage.
Trevor Amery (1983, New York, US) received his BFA from MICA, MFA from UC San Diego, and attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2013. He is a recipient of a Fulbright fellowship to Hungary, a Santo Foundation Individual Artist Award, and residencies at the Fountainhead, Arteles Creative Center, Teton Artlab, and Bemis Center for Contemporary Art. He represented the U.S. at the Kathmandu International Art Festival and has exhibited at such venues as Jackson Hole Center for the Arts, the Skanzen Museum, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (UMOCA), Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Moore College, and Gallery Protocol. He lives and works in San Diego as an artist, educator, designer, and fabricator.