Mapping What a Perfect Day Looks Like
May 31, 6-8pm. Working with Folded Paper into a Zine & pencil. People bring what they want to work with: Watercolor, Pen & Ink, Paper, Clay, Poetry.
May 31, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Tulsa, 314 S Kenosha Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120, USA
About the Event
Individuals of all levels of artistic experience are encouraged to participate as the goal of this project is to use hands-on exercises to learn new ways to consider map making. Steve Liggett will conduct a 5 short workshops in creating Artists’ maps. Each Wednesday from 6-8pm from May 31 – June 28. Through hands on exercises, the goal of this project is to show the participant the many ways to think about maps and to give them a wide variety of media to facilitate this. Each week they show what they accomplished from the week before and learn a new technique.
This page is for registering for this workshop >>>> May 31, 6-8pm - Mapping What a Perfect Day Looks Like. Working with Folded Paper into a Zine & pencil. People bring what they want to work with: Watercolor, Pen & Ink, Paper, Clay, Poetry… etc… $10. Materials fee.
June 7, 6-8pm - Mapping your Neighborhood using Google maps. Fabric and Paper Collage – sewn, fused or glued down and then painted over. Bring scraps, a large background canvas, paints, pencils and a $10 materials fee.
June 14, 6-8pm - Working with Clay & Underglazes we build a Topographical Map and make it into tiles that each person works on. $10 materials fee.
June 21, 6-8pm - Fantasy Treasure Map. Bring Cray-Pas, Watercolor. Ink pens & Tempera on Paper (Paper Batik). Inspiration for this can be from your imagination or from an area in your back yard. $10 materials fee.
June 28, 6-8pm - Combining all of these techniques learned or other media into a Map of an Personal Experience. The group is asked to write down numerous answers to favorite things and then picks from these a final project. Using any of the above techniques or combinations, this project takes on a much more of a finished look. Bring whatever you wish to work with. $10 materials fee.
Pre-enrollment is encouraged as space participation is limited, although the workshop will be open for the public to attend.
May 31st Workshop$10.00