Canceled: Art Educators Workshop, April 24, 2020

Canceled: Art Educators CPE Workshop Friday, April 24, 2020 9:00-9:30a.m. Check-In & Refreshments (Pick up packets) Main Art Building, Pick up your art workshop agendas 9:30-9:50 a.m Welcome and Door Prizes (Courtesy of Sargent Art) Join Dr. Scott as he welcomes participants to the Department of Art. Door Prizes 10:00

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April 24, 2020 - 12:00 am

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Canceled: Art Educators CPE Workshop Friday, April 24, 2020

9:00-9:30a.m. Check-In & Refreshments (Pick up packets)
Main Art Building,
Pick up your art workshop agendas

9:30-9:50 a.m Welcome and Door Prizes (Courtesy of Sargent Art)
Join Dr. Scott as he welcomes participants to the Department of Art.
Door Prizes

10:00 a.m.-12:00p.m. Morning Workshops

1- Airbrush Painting on T-shirts Workshop/Gerard Huber
Main Art Building/room 202 Limit: 4

Students will design, cut their own stencils and airbrush their own t-shirt.
**Students need to bring:
One pre-washed white t-shirt (if the t-shirt is not pre-washed the sizing will repel the paint)
and Inspiration
All other materials will be provided.

2- A Splash of Watercolor Fun/Renee Wallace
Main Art Building/room 206 Limit: 10
Explore different techniques and mediums to make watercolor fun for you and your students. We will do a variety of experimentations using things like glazing, charging, sgraffito, and rubbing alcohol. Afterward, you will be able to create your own watercolor. All materials will be provided.

3- Raku Ceramics Workshop/Pati Dye
WTFA/room 116 Limit: 10
Learn the ancient traditional Japanese method of firing called Raku. Each participant will be given a ceramic plate to decorate with glaze and then will participate in the firing of their piece. Bring a long-sleeved work shirt. Bisque ware, brushes, and glazes will be provided.

4-Creating Abstracted Compositions with Charcoal, Inks, and Cold Wax Medium/Jane Cornish Smith
Main Art Building, room 205 Limit: 10
Learn to create strong compositions with mark-making tools and scrapers! Participants will manipulate sanded charcoal, colorful alcohol inks, and cold wax medium into fun 2-d designs. Value, contrast, variation, repetition, texture, and shape will be addressed. Using photo references of objects and nature as a launching point, workshop attendees will make several pieces on slick mineral paper to take home and enjoy. Budget and classroom friendly versions using glue and tempera powder will also be explored.

5- Art of the Fold: Bookmaking/Christine Blackhurst
 Main Art Building, room 103A Limit: 10
With a bit of glue and simple paper folding techniques, participants will create handmade sketchbooks from cover-to-cover. All materials and tools will be provided.

6- The Painterly Print: Monotypes/Emily Broussard
WTFA/room 213 Limit: 5
Come to the printmaking lab and learn how to make monotype prints! This is a printmaking process that requires less tools and equipment than other forms of printmaking making it easily adaptable to any classroom. It also recycles some of the materials so it is more affordable. But, it’s not just economical, it also makes beautiful pieces of artwork relatively quickly! All materials and tools will be provided.

7-Digital Photographic Manipulations/Leigh Merrill
WTFA 207 Limit: 10
In this workshop participants, will work in Photoshop to learn how to do simple techniques to create amalgamations, anaglyphs, text-edited glitch imagery, and more. All materials will be provided.

8-Into the Darkroom with Pinhole Photography/John Kleineberg
WTFA/Darkroom Limit: 10
Come spend time in the darkroom! We will touch upon the basic workings and history of pinhole photography. Each participant will create their own – one of a kind pinhole image. Experience and watch the magic of a print develop into a picture right before your eyes. All materials will be provided.

9-Letterpress Printing: Relief Printing/Jonathon Kimbrell and Casey McGarr
Sculpture Lab Limit: 8
Get creative with wood type and images in this special workshop with Jonathon Kimbrell and Casey McGarr, who will explore various ways of using wood type. Participants will print a poster with found text and images to create a small poster

10-Pour Your Heart Out: Acrylic Pouring/Alexia Mentzel and Jenifer Smith
Main Art Building/room 201 Limit: 12
In this workshop you will learn the basics of acrylic paint pouring and the various techniques and materials used within the process. You will learn how to mix paint to the proper consistencies and manipulate the paint to create desired effects. Let’s pour our hearts out!

12:00-1:00p.m. Lunch
Mane Cafeteria, Sam Rayburn Student Center
Dine with fellow attendees in our buffet-style dining hall.

1:00 p.m.-3:00p.m. Afternoon Workshops
11- Airbrush Painting on T-shirts Workshop/Gerard Huber
Main Art Building/room 202 Limit: 4

Students will design, cut their own stencils and airbrush their own t-shirt.
**Students need to bring:
One pre-washed white t-shirt (if the t-shirt is not pre-washed the sizing will repel the paint)
and Inspiration
All other materials will be provided.

12- Concept & Message-Positive & Negative Printing/Brian Weaver
WTFA 129 Limit: 12
Participants will work with stencils to create found text, imagery and other images that elicits emotive content and ideas. They will create a “positive” printed image using a reductive cutting process similar to linoleum block/wood block while combining it with the “negative” and reductive process created by the bleach stencil technique. This will be cured via heat transfer and water for permanence.
All materials will be provided (aside from a “dark” and “blank” cotton T-shirt for the project).

13- A Splash of Watercolor Fun/Renee Wallace
Main Art Building/room 206 Limit: 10
Explore different techniques and mediums to make watercolor fun for you and your students. We will do a variety of experimentations using things like glazing, charging, sgraffito, and rubbing alcohol. Afterwards you will be able to create your own watercolor.

14- Raku Ceramics Workshop/Pati Dye
WTFA/room 116 Limit: 10
Learn the ancient traditional Japanese method of firing called Raku. Each participant will be given a ceramic plate to decorate with glaze and then will participate in the firing of their piece. Bring a long-sleeved work shirt. Bisque ware, brushes, and glazes will be provided.

15- Creating Abstracted Compositions with Charcoal, Inks, and Cold Wax
Medium/Jane Cornish Smith
Main Art Building, room 205 Limit: 10
Learn to create strong compositions with mark-making tools and scrapers! Participants will manipulate sanded charcoal, colorful alcohol inks, and cold wax medium into fun 2-d designs. Value, contrast, variation, repetition, texture, and shape will be addressed. Using photo references of objects and nature as a launching point, workshop attendees will make several pieces on slick mineral paper to take home and enjoy. Budget and classroom friendly versions using glue and tempera powder will also be explored.

FILLED 16- The Painterly Print: Monotypes/Emily Broussard
WTFA/room 213 Limit: 5
Come to the printmaking lab and learn how to make monotype prints! This is a printmaking process that requires less tools and equipment than other forms of printmaking making it easily adaptable to any classroom. It also recycles some of the materials so it is more affordable. But, it’s not just economical, it also makes beautiful pieces of artwork relatively quickly! All materials and tools will be provided.

17-Inkjet Print Transfers using Hand Sanitizer/Brandon Hudson
Print lab WTFA Limit: 8
Learn how to transfer a photograph using an inkjet printer and hand sanitizer. Use any photograph you like and create a one-of-a-kind print. Also, use drawing materials such as colored pencils to alter images to be transferred. Learn how this process changes your photo with its many potential possibilities.
Materials provided, but students are welcome to bring 1 or 2 of their own image files.

18- Glass Fusing/Joseph Daun
 Sculpture Lab Limit: 10
Participants will make and learn to fuse glass right in the microwave oven creating stunning pendants; fashionable earrings; snazzy bracelets and much more. All materials and tools will be provided.

19- Twist and Shout: Bookmaking/Christine Blackhurst
 Main Art Building, room 103A Limit: 8
Learn how to make a spiral-bound sketchbook. In this workshop, participants will create each aspect of a spiral bound sketchbook including; cutting paper to size, fashioning covers, and making the coil binding.
All materials and tools will be provided.

Note: Teachers wishing to pay with district check can register through email to Marilyn Thompson (Marilyn.Thompson@tamuc.edu). If you wish to pay with a credit card please do so online through the Marketplace.

$25 Nonrefundable fee: This fee covers the cost of supplies and lunch.

Department of Art
P.O. Box 3011, Commerce, TX 75429-3011

Phone (903) 886-5208
Fax (903) 886-5987

MOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:
Magnuson Hotel
2207 Culver St. Commerce, TX
903-886-4777

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Phone

903-886-5208

Email

Marilyn.Thompson@tamuc.edu