Artist Jef Scharf has devised a process that can take a drawing to film, then to a screen and finally to print, on paper, a shirt, a table – whatever. The process depends on a silk-screen box named Shirley T and an exposure box for screens named Rose Louise. (No, I don’t know why; if you take the class, you can ask.) In the class he will teach at Arts Collinwood, students begin by making drawings which are collected, scanned and cobbled into a single film for screen burning, which takes about two hours for exposing and washing out the screen (probably tedious for children, says Jef, but “adults and scientists” would enjoy it.” Then the image is printed, on whatever the chosen medium is, and hung to dry until . . . everyone goes home. A bundle of t-shirts have been generously donated by Gallery Wolfy Part II for the workshop. A limited number of shirts will be available for class participants to keep. Shirley T and Rose Louise will take up permanent residence at Arts Collinwood, to be used whenever someone is inspired to do another workshop. This one is funded by an Artists in Residence grant, thanks to the Kresge and Ford foundations, and supported by Arts Collinwood, CPAC, NSDC, LINC, Zygote Press, Bruce Edwards, Pat Deering and J.C.
People are encouraged to bring ideas for the shirts that we could execute and expose on some screens. think light ink on black shirts.
The workshop will begin at 10am and go until 4pm with a 30 minute break around 12:30 or so. The class is free and no prior registration is necessary. Download Flyer Here
Arts Collinwood is pleased to announce our new art program for students in grades 9-12. The program, ArtPath, will lead the students on the path of the printmaker. Students will learn basic printmaking techniques, go on field trips, produce their own prints on paper and fabric and participate in an art and fashion show at the end of the program. There is no cost to participate in this program. To register for the class please, fill out the form below or contact Arts Collinwood at firstname.lastname@example.org to have a copy mailed to you. Forms are also available at Arts Collinwood Thursdays through Saturdays from 11am-11pm. ArtPath is generously funded by Cuyahoga Arts and Culture and The Ginn Foundation. Instructors are currently being sought and job descriptions can be viewed at http://artscollinwood.org/get-involved/employment/.
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ArtPath is a no-cost, arts learning program for students in grades 9-12 designed to provide a hands-on creative experience combined with arts education and presentation.
This year’s ArtPath program is entitled Printmaking Basics on Paper and Fabric
What you will learn:
- Learn the basics of printmaking from a professional artist.
- Learn about famous printmakers and go on fieldtrips to see actual prints, print shops and fashion designs.
- Create your own prints on paper and fabric.
- Participate in peer critique sessions.
- Meet local printmakers and fashion designers who will visit your class.
- Show your design at an exciting print and fashion show in the Arts Collinwood Gallery in May.
Classes begin at Arts Collinwood in the Nan and Miles Kennedy Art Center on Thursdays from 3:00pm-5:00pm beginning January 26, 2012 and will run through May, 2012. Register now by filling out the form below and returning it to Arts Collinwood at 15605 Waterloo Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44110 or by email to email@example.com by January 15, 2012. Space is limited.
Name _____________________________________________________ Age/Grade____________________
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presented by the Passport Project
TAUGHT BY MAMADOU SADIO (MOHAMED) TOUNKARA OF GUINEA, WEST AFRICA!! BRING YOUR OWN DRUM OR USE OURS!
July 14, 21 & 28.
- 6-7:15PM West African Dance
- 7:15-8:30: West African Percussion
- All 3 dance classes: $40
- All 3 drum classes: $39
- or All 6 classes $72
Life Drawing Open Sessions are held in the Arts Collinwood Community Center Thursday evenings from 7:15 to 9:30pm. Cost is $8.00 / Session /$6.00 For Students
Adults can hone their drawing skills through these drop-in life drawing sessions.
No registration required, although RSVPs are appreciated.
Call 216-692-9500 or 216-321-1417 for more information.
15605 Waterloo Rd. Cleveland, Ohio 44110
The Cleveland Public Library presents “In Stitches”Â Knitting Classes for Boys and Girls Ages 10-14!
Who: Boys and Girls Ages 10-14
What: Learn how to knit Ipod/cell phone covers, wristbands, hats and cool stuff.
When: Wednesdays and Fridays – June 28 to August 6 – 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Where: Memorial-Nottingham Branch – 17133 Lakeshore Blvd – Cleveland
All materials are provided and parents are welcome to attend!
For information call Rodney Lewallen at 216.623.2885 or Joyce Bowers at 216.623.7039.
Led by artist/yoga practitioner Lyz Bly, Arts Collinwood will be offering a series of Vinyasa Flow Yoga Tuesday Nights from 6pm – 7:15pm and Saturday mornings from 11:30am – 12:30 pm. Both Classes will be held in the gallery. Classes are $13 per session, and every second Saturday is Free!
Arts Collinwood’s Portfolio Project is an after school program designed to give middle school and high school aged students an exciting opportunityÂ to work directly with professional artists and experience the full spectrum of creating a portfolio, jurying a public art commission and creating an exhibit. Their work will be publicly recognized, and they will leave with a substantial body of work of their own creation.
Portfolio Project Mural
Arts Collinwood is currently seeking submissions from experienced mural artists to create an original design on the North elevation of our arts center building.Â The proposed image/concept should build on the work done by students in our Portfolio Project program, using their artistic discoveries, about themselves and their community, as a springboard for an original design. Click here for images of the mural location and more details.
Wednesday nights in May are a great time at Arts Collinwood. Pick up dinner and refreshment in the Cafe and join us in the community center for Happy Hour Arts with experienced stained glass artist, Michelle Biondo. Make your own garden art, stained glass, or wrapped silver jewelry for only $15 per session. After class, enjoy free Jazz in the Cafe and check out the latest exhibit in the Arts Collinwood Gallery, which is always free and open to the public. Call 216-692-9500 for more information.
The Arts Collinwood Summer Arts Camp is designed to provide students with a small group experience. Not only do students explore a variety of art media, they learn to work as a team, and create a lifetime of memories. July 5 â€“ July 30, five days a week. Each week has a different creative focus. From 9:00am to 12:00pm in the Arts Collinwood Community Arts Center. The camp is for children ages 5- 12.