Contemporary Collage Practice – D0102-19

Date: Jun 03 - 07, 2019

Skill Level(s): I to II i

Instructor(s): Teresa Booth Brown

Tuition: $1,090
Studio Fee: $75
Registration Fee: $45


During this experimental and hands-on workshop, take an in-depth look at techniques and strategies for producing compelling works in collage. This workshop features both classroom exercises to encourage exploration of demonstrated ways of working as well as individual direction from faculty to identify personal interests and direction within the genre. Discover and experiment with collage assembly techniques, investigate methods for idea generation and learn how to talk about artwork that is made in class. Students playfully combine new materials and approaches to create unique works of art.


Students explore adhesive selection, cutting and gluing techniques, strategies for organization of materials and incorporation of transfer processes.


Participants engage in technical demonstrations, class exercises, individual discussion with the instructor, slide presentations and group critiques.


Teresa Booth Brown loves to paint, collage and teach. Her work is in private and public collections, including Fidelity Investments, Bennington College, University of Colorado Art Museum, Colorado Mesa University and the U.S. State Department. She is the Artist Program Coordinator for the Aspen Art Museum.

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