In the contemporary art scene, artists work beyond singular mediums or ways of creating. This course is a rigorous introduction to alternative modes of painting and drawing, centering mixed-media practices in the development of students' individual visions and voices. Students will explore methods in stenciling, metal leafing, image transfer techniques and other nontraditional ways of mark-making and painting to enhance and supplement their individual practices and bodies of work. The class will be a dynamic hybrid between discussing works by mixed-media artists, demonstrations, critiques, and studio time.
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