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Wednesday, 1/23: 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.; Thursday, 2/14; Tuesday, 3/12; and Thursday, 3/21: 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
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Serialism: Repetition in Visual Art. Create a repetitive geometry-based design project. The use of pattern and repetition has a long a varied history in visual art. Through strategies like Pattern & Decoration, Minimalism, and Op Art, artists have employed the most elemental of mark marking to create engaging, mesmeric, and striking compositions. This workshop will help each participant become familiar with some of the basic principles of color and composition.
Max King Cap is a visual and media artist from Chicago who now lives in Los Angeles. His work has been featured in galleries and museums in Vienna, New York, Stuttgart and other cities in Europe and the US. Among several awards he is the recipient of Creative Capital and Artadia grants. A former firefighter and public relations specialist, Dr. Cap earned his MFA from the University of Chicago and his doctorate from USC. At the Camera, he is working on his digitally created text BROADSIDES, his EXONERATED painting series, and a play titled 59 INCHES.