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About The Class
Instructor: Annet Couwenberg
Medium: Fiber 3D
Workshop Title: More than Skin Deep -- from 2D to 3D Structures
This fibers-based, mixed-media workshop will be an intensive exploration of sculptural objects created with a combination of traditional and experimental techniques. Experience a thorough introduction to the tools, techniques, and possibilities of form building. Transform Fosshape and buckram, with the assistance of armatures and molds, to create unlimited sculptural forms. Expanding from the reference point of skeleton and skin, architecture and the body, we will establish a broad visual vocabulary of inspirational sources. Techniques will include armatures and surface coverings, as well as millinery and sewing techniques. All levels welcome.
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Bringing your own sewing machine is encouraged but not required. If you are traveling by plane and cannot bring your own machine, we can help you arrange a local rental. Contact email@example.com for more information.
About The Instructor
Born in The Netherlands, Annet immigrated to the U.S. in 1980 to pursue graduate work at Syracuse University and at Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work has taken her to residencies, fellowships, and exhibitions all over the world, including in South Korea, the Textiel Museum in The Netherlands, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Smithsonian, and the Museum of Art and Design in NYC. Through 27 years of teaching at the Maryland Institute College of Art, she has continually reinvented herself and the various media in which she works.
- Application Fee: $50.00
- Residents: $1,235.00
(Tuition, Fees, Room & Board Tuesday dinner through Sunday lunch)
- Commuters: $990.00
(Tuition, Fees, Lunch and Dinner Tuesday dinner through Sunday lunch)
These photos are representative of the instructor’s work, not necessarily of work that will be produced during the workshop.