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Word & Image

We’ll make images that inspire writing, writing that inspires images, and work that combines the two. Activities will include daily writing and drawing prompts. Students will learn various low-tech printmaking techniques, including gelatin-plate process, monotype drawing, and direct stencil-use drawing, as well as painting, collage, and other tools and techniques to make image and text components. Formats may include simple book structures and one-of-a-kind pieces. We’ll emphasize experimentation. All levels. Code S01X

Stuart: poet and former director of Haystack (ME); poet laureate of Maine; visiting writer: Cranbrook (MI), Rhode Island School of Design, Virginia Commonwealth University, Penland; author of five collections of poetry. Susan: studio artist; teaching: Haystack, Center for Contemporary Printmaking (CT), Studio Artworks Center (Jerusalem), Penland; developed a model art program in Maine prison system; exhibitions: Institute of Contemporary Art (ME), Maine Jewish Museum.

Stuart Kestenbaum and Susan Webster, "Time," monotype, letter-stamped text, 22 x 15 inches

No classes are being offered at this time for this course.