ON VIEW

So It Will Be

Daniel Heimbinder

Exhibition Dates: June 7 – July 20, 2019

Front Gallery

PRESS - Mixed Metaphors: Daniel Heimbinder’s Clutch City

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Flicker Futures

Bill Brown + Sabine Gruffat

Exhibition Dates: June 7 – July 20, 2019

Main Gallery

PRESS - Bill & Sabine Waltz Across Texas

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Sustainable Lifeguard Chair Chicken Coop (SLICK)

Kasey Short

Exhibition Dates: June 7 – July 20, 2019

Parking Lot

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Ubuntu: I am because we are

Tijay Mohammed

Exhibition Dates: June 7 – July 20, 2019

Hallway Gallery

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sUMMER 2019 CLASS HIGHLIGHTS

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PAINTING: INTRO TO OIL (P-2)

Shayne Murphy
All levels
Monday afternoon, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
July 8 – August 26
8 weeks
$270 members / $305 public + additional live model fee

This course is an introduction to oil painting covering classical and contemporary techniques. The course will begin teaching an academic approach to painting and will conclude with a final project that blends previous techniques with contemporary subject matter. Students will learn how to stretch and prepare canvases and how to properly varnish their paintings.

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DESIGN: BOOK ART (MM-1)

Molly Koehn
All levels
Tuesday evening, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
July 9 – August 27
8 weeks
$275 members / $310 public

This course provides a foundation in the fundamentals of book design. Students will learn the basics in constructing a book using a variety of stitches. The course will help students learn the skills to artfully craft handmade books.

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INTRO TO BODY CASTING (S-7)

Nicolle LaMere
Beginner
Thursday afternoon, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
July 11 – August 29
8 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Students will be encouraged to explore the emotions which can be expressed in gesture by casting body parts such as hands, feet, or the face. To capture fine details like finger prints and wrinkles, students will be using alginate, a non-toxic rubber like substance deriving from algae. From these casts students will be making silicone molds and will have the opportunity to create multiple copies of the single body part in either plaster and/or wax.