Tuition: $635 ARAC Actual Cost: $835 Studio Fee: $100
Enrollment Limit: 12
Concept: Cardboard has inherent character and beauty. The versatility of its many uses and the beautiful patterning of its undulating corrugations beckons investigation. Looking beyond the common cardboard box, there are infinite ways this under-valued, throw-away material can be used. This workshop will explore the potential of recycled cardboard as a material for creating both two- and three-dimensional objects.
Media & Techniques: Recycled cardboard, wood, plaster, wax, cement, paint, fire, water, weight, glue, screws, twist ties, pins, etc.
Activities: We will have lectures, technical demonstrations, slide talks, plenty of hands-on time and lots of fun.
Skill level: Open to All – Any skill/knowledge level.
Faculty: Jason Schneider received his MFA in furniture design from San Diego State University. He is currently the studio manager in the Wood program at Anderson Ranch. He exhibits his work nationally. www.jasonschneiderfurniture.com
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