Art at Work (Register for Entire Series)


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Instructor: 
Guest Artist
SKU: 174-AAW2
Price: $90.00

Ever wonder how to ”make it” as an artist?

Join us for this lecture series with eight New York City based artists who are “makin’ it” and are very art at work. Each artist will tell you their story, introduce you to their work, and share their secrets to success!

Schedule:

9/30 Joshua David McKinney - Hear about the conception and creation of the Pidgin Doll through 3D printing, her countless varieties, Joshua’s cult following and how this translated into collaborations with many with companies, including Print All Over Me.

10/7 Jenna Gribbon - This NYC painter speaks about being commissioned by director Sofia Coppola the feature film Marie Antoinette, and her collaboration with fashion designer Samantha Pleet by printing her paintings onto fabric.

10/14 Elena Kanagy-Loux - In 2015, this FIT graduate and textile artist won the George T. Dorsch Art Historical Award, enabling her to go on a four-month trip across Europe to study the historical art of lacemaking. Now she is back in NYC, working on a book on her experiences and preparing workshops and lectures about bobbin lacemaking. She is co-founder of the Brooklyn Lace Guild.

10/21 Cindy Waters- This Queens native and Parsons graduate is an expert fashion illustrator and seasoned shoe designer. Learn about Cindy’s work as the Senior Shoe Designer for a major national retailer that sold her designs in over 300 stores and her experience conceptualizing the catwalk at the Oculus of the new World Trade Center by creating a large scale fashion illustration.

11/4 Roxy Cottontail - Discover how a top DJ in NYC for nearly two decades, used her creativity to master 3-D modeling software, design her own jewelry line, and become a top jewelry designer for COACH.

11/11 Stella Rose St. Clair - Stella Rose St. Clair is an expert milliner, fashion designer, blogger, model, and overall “it” girl living in Brooklyn, NY. She’ll tell you about designing couture headwear and costumes for pop star Melanie Martinez, forming her brand IWEARSTELLA, and her recent feature in NYLON magazine.

11/18- Curator Marina Press and Elena Kanagy-Loux - In 2015, this FIT graduate and textile artist won the George T. Dorsch Art Historical Award, enabling her to go on a four-month trip across Europe to study the historical art of lacemaking. Now she is back in NYC, working on a book on her experiences and preparing workshops and lectures about bobbin lacemaking. She is co-founder of the Brooklyn Lace Guild.

Year: 
2017
Term: 
Fall
Date(s): 
September 30, 2017 - November 18, 2017
Days: 
Saturday
Start Time: 
1:00 PM
End Time: 
2:30 PM
Existing Class
Length: 
1 hour
Period: 
Afternoon
Number of Sessions: 
6
Location: 
Gallery
Max Class Size: 
30
Age: 
All ages
Level: 
All
no lecture 10/14 or 10/28
Status: 
Active