Artist Trading Card Collages
February 13 @ 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Participants are invited to make a collage in response to the exhibition “Nick Brandt: Environmental Photographer” based on the practice of Field Notes and how we capture the world around us through drawings, notes and observations. All collage materials will be provided! Next, participants will use a template to generate a collection of Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) from their collage. “ATCs” are 2.5” x 3.5” artworks that are same size as standard playing cards. ATCs can be traded, gifted, and mailed! Each participant will leave the workshop with a small collection of new artworks from their fellow participants.
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Susan Morelock is an artist, researcher, and educator whose engagement with photography, video and writing begins with what the world presents, then uses beauty and theory to coax the mundane toward metaphor. Her work has been widely exhibited in venues across the United States as well internationally, including locations in China, England, Japan, and Italy. Among her awarded grants and residencies are Artist in Residence at Baer Art Center, Iceland; Artist in Residence at ChaNorth, Pine Plains, NY; Teaching Artist in Residence at the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY; and Artist in Residence at Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts, Ithaca, NY. She received her BFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology, her MA in visual and critical studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and her MFA from Columbia University. For more information view Susan’s website.
Connect & Create workshops offer a brief exploration and creative conversation around a work of art from the LUAG collection, followed by a hands-on activity and/or creative response led by a local teaching artist or student educator.