SUNDAY 5 MAY, DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART, REIGO STREET, DUNEDIN
The Dunedin School of Art is offering FREE workshop experiences in its world-class facilities. If you’d like to try out a specific technique or are interested in what they get up to, please come along. The workshops are suitable for anyone - no prior experience required.
Thinking of applying to study at the Dunedin School of Art in 2020? Staff will be available to discuss application entry requirements for our art programmes, assist with your portfolio preparation and your application. We are now offering provisional placements in our programmes for 2020 if your work clearly meets our entry criteria. Bring along examples of your artwork and discuss this option.
REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED - Turn up on the day and have a go!
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OPEN DAY PROGRAMME
> 10.30am – 11.00am. Bridie Lonie will give a talk in the lecture room (P152 ground floor)
> Tours of the Dunedin School of Art will take place throughout the day, please make yourself known to a staff member if you would like a tour.
Studio Workshop Activities
Ceramics. “Have a go on the wheel” with Rob Cloughley. Tours of the Ceramic Studio, demos & some basic tuition on making with clay. Here is an opportunity to have a go making work on the pottery wheel. At 12 noon we will demonstrate the Raku firing process. Raku is a Japanese process that involves opening the kiln up while red hot to take the work out.
Drawing. “Observational Drawing” with Michele Beevors and Kiri Mitchell. Have a go at drawing still life with charcoal and an eraser. Also try the concept of creating a blind contour drawing.
Photographic Media Arts. “Lighting Studio” with Frank Pawluk. Explore a studio lighting setup for video and photography stills. Utilise the cameras to shoot low key portraits or video a self-promo.
Jewellery and Metalsmithing. “3D Printed Jewellery” with Brendon Monson and Andrew Last. Customise a ring or pendant using simple CAD software, 3D print the Jewellery and cast it in pewter using the Delft Clay technique.
Painting. “Painting in Miniature” with Anita De Soto, Graham Fletcher and Michael Greaves. You may discover skills that you never knew you had. Learn an easy way to achieve instant results.
Photography. “Partake in a photography experience under the red light” with Rachel Allan. Create a photographic drawing in the darkroom.
Printmaking. “Etching Workshop” with Neil Emmerson and Marion Wassenaar. Introduction to the intaglio process of dry point etching on clear plastic. This involves inking and printing works on paper through the etching press.
Textiles. “Textile Screen Printing” with Victoria Bell. Come and explore screen printing with pre-made photo-stencil screens and paper stencils, in our Textiles Workshop. Fabric supplied. Come play with colour and cloth, using provided designs or free-hand paper cutouts.
Postgraduate Study Information Session.
Lecture Room: P152 11.00am - 12.00noon with Ed Hanfling
Postgraduate study provides the opportunity to develop as an art practitioner as you develop a deeper understanding through practical- and theory-based research. Choose to study at the Dunedin School of Art and enter into a lively and challenging environment where you will benefit from the nationally unique workshop facilities, a focus on individual supervision and the expertise of lecturers who have a diverse range of approaches and understandings in the Visual Arts.
(Image: Kylie Mathieson, Ceramics)
Published on 11 Apr 2019
Orderdate: 11 Apr 2019
Expiry: 6 May 2019