JANUARY 27, 29 & 30
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
Fee: $270 (includes $15 material fee)
Instructor present every day
In this hands-on workshop, participants will experiment with collage as a powerful form of artistic expression. Using images and photographs collected from their own sources, participants will learn how to create hand-cut paper collages with personal meaning. Participants will be introduced to the instructor’s philosophy, “The Psychology of Collage,” which explores collage as a metaphor for memory and identity. The fundamentals of process including inspiration, planning, composition, and perspective will be covered in detail. Group discussion will be an exciting opportunity to further understand this medium.
*Bring color photocopies of any personal photos, as well as magazines, catalogs, and other paper media.
New York based artist, Steven Rudin creates hand-cut paper collages that celebrate subjective reality with an emphasis on optimism and nostalgia. Visually, he explores the optics of depth, producing an image that is somewhere between a painting and a photograph. As a former Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, his work explores collage as a metaphor for memory and identity. Rudin holds degrees from Columbia University, Cornell University, and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has extensive teaching experience in the field of cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety. Rudin’s philosophy, The Psychology of Collage, is a hybrid of visual art and education about emotional resilience. His art has been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, and Miami.