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Young Bohemians- Techno Junk Portraits Mon 9 April-Tues 10 April

TECHNO VISUAL ART THE 2018 SERIES OF WORKSHOPS FOR YOUNG ARTISTS Mechanical, technological and digital objects are part of everyday living, they are used and eventually thrown away once they are out of date or broken. This series of workshops...

TECHNO VISUAL ART

THE 2018 SERIES OF WORKSHOPS FOR YOUNG ARTISTS

Mechanical, technological and digital objects are part of everyday living, they are used and eventually thrown away once they are out of date or broken. This series of workshops for 2018 considers how to use this kind of 21st century junk for making art in conjunction with more traditional methods of art and design.

Young artists, working with Mike Stones the workshop leader, will dig through our great pile of technological junk to inspire and generate ideas. Exactly how the final artworks will look is unknown and will develop out of playing, discussions, sketching and experimenting with materials and ideas.

TECHNO JUNK PORTRAITS

2 day workshop for 8-12 yrs

Young artists will combine discarded mechanical, technological and digital objects with more traditional art materials to produce junk portraits. Following in the traditions of Charleston, young artists will experiment with painting on found and scrap objects to produce a mixture of flat and 3D constructed portraits.

Projects will start with sketching and the development of ideas inspired by searching through our great pile of technological junk.

Limited spaces available for these unforgettable experiences. Book early.

 

Mike Stones

The workshop leader for young artists at Charleston, is a designer, illustrator and educator. Much of his recent work is based around developing projects to engage young people in creative processes, experimenting with new and unexpected objects in combination with traditional art and design materials. Mike has also worked as a creative director and for many of the major international publishers designing and illustrating book covers.

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TECHNO VISUAL ART

THE 2018 SERIES OF WORKSHOPS FOR YOUNG ARTISTS

Mechanical, technological and digital objects are part of everyday living, they are used and eventually thrown away once they are out of date or broken. This series of workshops for 2018 considers how to use this kind of 21st century junk for making art in conjunction with more traditional methods of art and design.

Young artists, working with Mike Stones the workshop leader, will dig through our great pile of technological junk to inspire and generate ideas. Exactly how the final artworks will look is unknown and will develop out of playing, discussions, sketching and experimenting with materials and ideas.

TECHNO JUNK PORTRAITS

2 day workshop for 8-12 yrs

Young artists will combine discarded mechanical, technological and digital objects with more traditional art materials to produce junk portraits. Following in the traditions of Charleston, young artists will experiment with painting on found and scrap objects to produce a mixture of flat and 3D constructed portraits.

Projects will start with sketching and the development of ideas inspired by searching through our great pile of technological junk.

Limited spaces available for these unforgettable experiences. Book early.

 

Mike Stones

The workshop leader for young artists at Charleston, is a designer, illustrator and educator. Much of his recent work is based around developing projects to engage young people in creative processes, experimenting with new and unexpected objects in combination with traditional art and design materials. Mike has also worked as a creative director and for many of the major international publishers designing and illustrating book covers.

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