Workshop: Handmade Tiles in Public Art Projects

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Presented by Marin Art Teachers at Marin Art Teachers at Redwood High School, Larkspur CA

Mar 02 2019
Workshop: Handmade Tiles in Public Art Projects

Fun Saturday workshop to learn how to design, create, make and install handmade multi-tile art installations as solo and community projects, including hands on tile making.

Artist Aileen Barr will guide you through the process of creating public art projects with handmade tile.

With her 25 years of experience creating artwork for stairways, parks, schools, etc, she will give a presentation on a variety of her work and discuss how to coordinate a successful project from initial ideas to installation.

She will also explore creative ways of working with communities.

Part of the workshop will be hands-on. You will have the opportunity to design and create a hand made multi-tile piece which will include cutting, carving, decorating, etc. Installation techniques will also be discussed.

This is a unique opportunity for artists, teachers, community builders, arts supporters to learn how to make the world a more beautiful place.. together.

Materials included. Bring your own basic clay sculpting tools, design ideas, imagery that you would like to use for a tile project design.

ADMISSION INFO

$65 – Teachers
$80 – Non-Teachers

Workshop registration on our website.

Contact Liz Lauter if you have any questions.

Contact: 415-945-3653

Email: lizlautermail@gmail.com

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Additional time info:

10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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LOCATION

Marin Art Teachers at Redwood High School

REDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL Ceramics Room 514, 395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur, CA 94939

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PARKING INFO

parking lot on campus adjacent to Ceramics room 514. Use parking lot entrance from Lucky Drive.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

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