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Application Papers

Participants will be asked to send five to ten images of their work (by CD or DVD or email) along with a list specifying size, date and medium, a short CV, and a short statement of why they would like to participate.

 

The number of participants will be limited to ten.

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2013 - Time and Space

This class will explore methods of image development based on each individual student’s interests and the stage of their development, and will result in the production of a series of related prints. Participants will be challenged to extend themselves both conceptually and technically, and to experiment with possibilities of combining digital images with traditional hand printing techniques. Various techniques in printmaking (Druckgrafik) will be explored. Using a press, copper plates, and plastic plates, students will work with drypoint (Kaltnadel) and/or relief, printed on a variety of fine Asian papers and cotton rag papers. Final images and compositions may be created through chine collé (a collage method) onto heavier, larger sheets of cotton rag paper. Depending on individual direction, the work may be representational, abstract, and/or narrative.

 

Liz Ingram

1949 born in Argentina; she grew up in New Delhi, Mumbai and Toronto 1991 Professor of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, currently Distinguished University Professor in printmaking; participation in juried international exhibitions; awards in Canada, Slovenia (Yugoslavia), Korea, Brazil, Estonia, India and Finland in 2008 inducted into the Edmonton Cultural Hall of Fame; the Kaplan Research Award at the University of Alberta in 2009 elected into the Royal Society of Canada; she has completed a number of large permanent public art commissions including major installations at the Edmonton International Airport and at the main Auditorium in Calgary.

 

Exhibitions

2011 Perceptions of Promise, Glenbow Museum, Canada, and the Chelsea Art Museum in New York 2009. Beyond Printmaking: Images in Objects (installation), the Jesuits Gallery of Contemporary Art, Poznan, Poland 2008 Imagining Science: An Artistic Exploration of Science, Society and Social Change, Art Gallery of Alberta 2004 Human/Nature: Contemporary Canadian Installation, Doland Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, China.