Instructor: EK Metsker
May 3, 10, 17
10am - 1pm
What is graphic design? How do we communicate visually? In this workshop we will explore fundamental elements of graphic design and practice projecting ideas and experiences through visual content. The focus will be to develop skills on facilitating better explorations and understandings of what we perceive. In this class we will develop a tool for representing each artist's voice and experiences through layout design and development of deeper ‘visual’ thinking. The journal will be a personal creative book that enables each individual to illustrate and document their discoveries in a visually enticing manner. A range of drawing, painting, and collage materials will help you to explore and archive ideas. Students are asked to bring a standard, ready-made, bound sketchbook along with a collection of found media and materials. All levels welcome to join, create, and inspire!
Emma-Kate, aka EK, is an artist, teacher, and creative collaborator. Emma-Kate has her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art as well as Business and Management from Wheaton College, MA. Emma-Kate is currently a member of the Castle Hill team. Her artistic practice stems across graphic design, mixed media, and sculpture. See more from EK via ekstudiodesigns.com