Ages 12 – Adult.
Instructor: Terence Hammonds.
Dates: September 29 /// October 6, 13, 20, 27 /// November 3, 10, 17
Tuition:$160 or sliding scale (as low as $16)
In this studio class for creating collage-based works, facilitated by acclaimed printmaker Terence Hammonds, students will work through various methods and techniques for cutting and applying images as well as composition and layout.
“To me, collage is the quintessential postmodern technique. Taking images from various sources and combining them to making new images. In the same way that a DJ takes snippets of music to create a whole new song we will do the same thing with Images. For my prints, all the images start off as collages. For me, this class is an opportunity to embrace that process and use the collages as a final pieces of work.” – Terence Hammonds
Students will have the unique privilege of working with materials donated from the incredible collection of the late artist Sara Pearce. Most materials provided but students are also encouraged to look for and bring to the class to use &/or share additional materials they like or that are especially fitting to their own projects.
Cincinnati native Terence Hammonds is a printmaker who received at BFA from the school of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston in conjunction with Tufts University. His work is informed and inspired by the struggles and determination of African Americans seeking equality during the civil rights movement of the 1960s and fuses imagery from that era with soul, funk, rap and punk music. Hammonds appropriates imagery from various movements and civil rights history and combines them with decorative motifs and patterns that adorn, memorialize and abstract histories of racial identity in America. Follow Terence on Instagram.
The late, Sara Caswell-Pearce was a Cincinnati-based collage artist, printer and graphic designer who could not get enough paper. Old paper. Grungy paper. Peculiar paper. Paper retrieved from trash baskets and dumpsters. Paper spotted at book sales and flea markets. Paper unloaded by friends and strangers. Her passion was for finding antique images, and helping them tell a new story–via snarky greeting cards and complex, layered fine-art collages in which she combines antique and vintage materials with hand-painted and hand-printed backgrounds, and handmade paper. Her work is generally narrative, with a feminist slant. After an array of careers (public relations, libraries, restaurants, journalism) she became a full-time, professional artist. -Still They Persisit
Register by September 2 to receive our Early-Bird Discount of 10% off tuition. Use promotion code FALL2021 at checkout. *Early Bird promotion may not be combined with sliding scale tuition rates.
SLIDING SCALE: Kennedy Heights Arts Center strives to make arts accessible to everyone. Sliding scale fees available for those in financial need. Click here to download an application. Completed applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off in-person at KHAC.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Tuition is non-refundable, but can be transferred to another course if the student withdraws at least five days prior to the beginning of the course.
COVID-19 Health & Safety: We are excited to offer in-person classes this fall, and are committed to the health and well being of our community. Our COVID safety plan includes small group sizes, socially distant spacing, masks required, HEPA air purifiers, and frequent sanitizing. KHAC will also reserve the option to transition classes to an online format if circumstances further threaten our community’s health and safety.
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