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3-D Projects for the Classroom: Collage + Assemblage - A Universal Framework -for Communication
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VPAS 573NM 01 3-D Projects for the Classroom: Collage + Assemblage - A Universal Framework -for Communication

VPAS 573NM 01

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Instructor

Sarah Pohlman

Location(s)

UArts

Summer 2018

  • (Jul. 23 to Jul. 27)
  • Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
  • 3.00 Credits
  • 3.00 Graduate Credits
  • Tuition: $1050 / Fees: $100
Children and young adults has grown up in a media-drenched environment, full of appropriation. It is second nature to young people to create and curate personal collections of these images. Collage and assemblage as an art practice seeks to recontextualize that collective imagery to be presented in thoughtful and communicative ways. In this course, educators will learn to create collages and assemblages that communicate a focused message. We will explore the ways in which collage and assemblage has been used across cultures and by various artists. We will discuss the environmental and socioeconomic benefits to the art form, using recycled, salvaged, and personal imagery and artifacts to create works of art. Educators will come away with a deep appreciation for meaning in everyday objects and materials for artistic expression.

Free Parking is offered to PIE students taking this course. To request parking, click here to complete the UArts ArtsWeek 2018 Parking Request Form. 

** Parking forms must be submitted by the Friday, June 29th deadline, or we will be unable to guarantee free parking. Spaces are limited. **