Printmaking, Imagery, Engraving, Coldworking, CNC, 3D Printing
Session 4 - Materiality
Explore reproduction on and off the press bed using glass plates and digital fabrication processes. Starting with digital files, students will explore the possibilities of etching imagery into glass plates in the BotLab and Cold Shop; they will then run the plates through the printing press and create inked impressions on paper. Demonstrations will cover ideation, file preparation, plate manipulation, and printing methods while building digital literacy in a contemporary craft context. ALL LEVELS
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May 4 - June 29, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 4, 5 - 8 PM
240 2nd Ave S, Unit 100
Seattle, WA 98119
Regular Gallery Hours - M-F, 10 - 4
Using humor and satire as a platform, Danny White draws from everyday life experiences and popular culture to influence his work. Megan Stelljes’ style and work are guided by her deep love of color, and an interest in reinterpreting commonplace objects to find deeper, hidden meaning. Together, White and Stelljes present POP CULTURED, featuring new works that explore the relationship between humor and consumerism, and the absurdity of our time.
July 6 – August 31
July 6 and August 3, 5 – 8 pm
Regular Gallery Hours: 10 – 4, M – F
240 2nd Ave S, #100
Seattle, WA 98104
Justin Parisi-Smith uses playful animals and severed limbs as a means to explore his relationship with the world, expressing serious thought and difficult emotional content through the filter of glass.
Pilchuck Glass School is looking for a Staff Accountant to maintain accounting records for Pilchuck. The position will remain open until filled. Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Click here for the full job description.