ONSITE: From Collage to Drawing to Screen Printing (Ages 12-14)
Explore the screen-printing process combined with collage and drawing in this unique multimedia class. We will begin by creating an image through cutting and pasting magazine images into a collage. We will then turn the collaged image into a drawing by tracing the image onto transparent paper with an opaque paint pen. This transparent drawing will be used to expose the screen culminating in a unique printed image.
- Classes are confirmed one week prior to the start date. In order to help us confirm classes, please register as early as possible.This is an ONSITE course. Students are expected to adhere to our COVID-19 policies. For more info please visit visarts.org.
About the Instructor
Casha Stempniewicz is an artist and educator based in RVA. They graduated from VCUarts in 2017 with a double BFA in Art Education and Painting + Printmaking. Their studio art practice resides in the blended world of drawing, painting, printmaking, and collage. Casha believes making art is an essential human experience. As a teacher, Casha encourages their students to quiet their self-doubts, to trust in their senses, to experiment, and to connect with their bodies and minds through hands on experiences. Since Casha’s teaching and artmaking practices inform and enhance each other, it makes sense for them to teach and create in the same space. Casha found this space in the Visual Arts Center of Richmond where they first became involved as a Printmaking Studio Monitor in 2019. Since then, Casha has been teaching through Vis Arts programs such as Artventure, Art After School, Art League, Second Fridays, and Engage Workshops.See More Classes By Instructor