Shifting Perspectives: Glass & Print
with Carrie Iverson
Eileen Miles Biggs Studio*
Sante Fe, New Mexico
October 11-14, 2019
$850 includes all materials
What are our methods of creative practice? How can we develop an individualized approach to process through material research? We’ll explore these questions through individually focused experimentation in glass, paper, and print. Techniques to inspire this process will include lithographic image transfers, screenprinting with glass powder, and experimental print processes, as well as inspirational field trips into the Sante Fe landscape. Daily assignments and group discussions will support each individual’s creative goals. Artists from all mediums are welcome.
*Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register for the class. The studio is located minutes from downtown Santa Fe, in the light of the high desert, between the Sangre and Jemez mountain ranges. Directions and local housing suggestions will be provided on registration.
Instructor Bio: Carrie Iverson received her BA from Yale University and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Known for her innovative use of materials, previous projects have incorporated glass, print, found objects, video and sound. Her work is in many collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art (New York), and the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago). She has taught print and glass classes at studios around the world including Pilchuck Glass School, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Bullseye Glass Company, GlassForum (Norway), Creative Glass (Switzerland and UK), Blue Dog Glass (Australia), and Taiwan National University (Taipei).