From Idea to Wall: The Creative Process Behind a Public Art Mural
In this three-day hands-on seminar, students will work together to design and execute a collaborative site painting. The first two sessions will focus on mural conception and design. Students will take inspiration from central elements in the instructor’s work (including things vegetal, aquatic, and animal) and spend time drawing key pieces of the painting. During the third session, students will execute the mural, painting from a projection on the café wall outside of the Taubman Museum. The completed piece will be on view throughout the month and will reference the instructor’s large-scale floating installation, on view at the museum from October 18, 2012-April 13, 2013.
About the Instructor
Born in the south of France and based in Paris, Anne Ferrer has a MFA from Yale University, and a BFA from Oklahoma University. For over 20 years she has explored sculpture and unconventional textile arts, exhibiting in dozens of venues across France, as well as in New York, Prague, Turin, Bolivia, and Texas. Hot Pink, her floating installation for the Taubman Museum of Art, is Ferrer’s largest piece to date, and her first museum site project in the United States.
Dates: Wednesday, October 3-Friday, October 5, 2012
Time: 5-7 pm
Fee: $75 Students/Art Educators, $80 Members, $95 General