Art Educator Workshops | June 18 & 19

Middle and high school art educators are invited to participate in a two-day program created specifically for them. Recharge your creativity and come away with fresh ideas for your class while earning 12 CPE credits. In addition to allowing for hands-on experimentation, workshop leaders will provide practical lesson plans and resources for use in the classroom.  Each workshop meets Mon or Tues for 6 hours each day.  Registrants should select one workshop each day. 

Tuition: $50 for 2 workshops (includes the cost of supplies and an SSA apron)
Individual workshop: $40

Monday, June 18 | 9:30am – 4:30pm

Option 1:
CPE1013 | Drawing: Oil Sticks with Cold Wax
Jeannette MacDougall | Droste Studio | Santikos Building

A practical approach to drawing in an exciting medium. Working with cold wax and oil sticks learn the basic properties and methods to apply, mix, and layer color. Experimental techniques and examples of artwork in the medium will also be included.

Option 2:
CPE1011 | Watercolor Collagraph with Drypoint
Margaret Craig | Flohr Printmaking Studio | Santikos Building

Print with watercolor using this simplified printmaking process to product one-of-a-kind prints using drypoint—scratch, gouge, scrape, or abrade—texture or image into a plastic lexan-plate. Then using acrylic medium, stickers, and tape to add other textures for special effects, and applying color to the plate with watercolor paints crayons to reveal the texture or image for transfer to paper using the press.

Tuesday, June 19 | 9:30am – 4:30pm

Option 1:
CPE1012 | Color Interactions
Jessica DeCuir | Droste Studio | Santikos Building

Learn how colors interact and create exciting optical effects using a limited palette.  The properties of color and color illusion will be explored in cut paper designs with an opportunity to use additional color media.  

Option 2:
CPE1010 | Digital Negative to Silver Gelatin and Cyanotype Prints
Victor Pagona | Lende Photography Studio | Santikos Building

Explore the expansive world of digital negatives. Take any digital file, from a scan to a digital camera image, and output it onto transparency film to create a cyanotype print, or traditional silver gelatin darkroom print.  

To register call The Office of the Registrar at 210.200.8217 or 210.200.8227
Member registration: April 3, 2018
Open registration: April 10, 2018

How to Register

 Step 1

Review all of the policies and guidelines below. By continuing to Step 2, you acknowledge you have read and understand the polices and guidelines outlined in Step 1.

 Step 2

Purchase the classes that you would like to attend. To find classes, visit the Adult Class pages. Be sure to read the descriptions before selecting your class(es). Note: Each area of concentration will have separate registration forms. If you're registering for more than one area of concentration, please follow the prompts shown in the registration form. 

 Step 3

Complete your payment information. Once your credit card payment is submitted, you will receive a e-mail with confirmation of your registration.


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