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Intersections in Landscape

Using image, material and landscape, this studio intensive will guide students a series of projects exploring the politics, economy and culture of their chosen sites. Studio projects will involve scouting, documenting and engaging in dialogue of what it means to intersect landscape with material and frame it with the camera lens. Conceptually, we will examine place considering the private and the public, the domestic and the commercial, the individual and society. Students are encouraged to be ready to experiment with intersections in landscape with various media and through digital tools. Each meeting will begin introducing students to projects exploring these themes and reviewing student’s work in progress as a class. Time will be set aside for individual students to go to the digital media label to print works and work in the studio.
Students are encouraged to use time outside and in class for studio work.

**There will be an additional cost for printing on the large format printers in the Digital Media Lab

Members receive 10% off!

 

  • Tuition: $215
  • Location: Heinz Printmaking Studio
  • Instructor: Beth Waldman
  • 3 Classes
  • May 6, 2023 — May 20, 2023
  • 10:00AM — 1:00PM
  • $35 Materials Fee

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About the Instructor:

Born in Princeton, NJ in 1975, Beth Davila Waldman pursued her career in the arts initially at Wellesley College (1997) then at the San Francisco Art Institute (2003-2005). Since, she has paralleled her studio art practice since 1998 with a career in the arts as an art consultant, curator and educator. In the past two years, Beth has ignited both her visual arts practice in conjunction with her curatorial practice in Los Angeles, Miami and San Francisco. She has taught adult public education at the San Francisco Art Institute and in various programs for children and teens sporadically throughout her career including the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts. She has been an avid presenter as a lecturer of her own work and moderator of other artists work. Beth has been awarded various residencies by the Kala Institute, Playa Institute, EditionBasel, and 18th Street Arts Center.