Mixed-Media Studio: Drawing and Painting Techniques for High School Students
Glitter, salt, confetti, dirt and even paint! This mixed-media drawing and painting class will play, experiment, and innovate with synthetic and natural materials while considering the human impact on the earth’s ecosystems. Through a series of projects and explorations around the Fort Mason campus, students will learn through trial and error and experiments to uncover the natural properties of common, everyday materials and create unique works of art. In the process, they will cover the basics of form, composition, and color theory and gain a foundational understanding of the process and science behind art materials.
All courses culminate in a pop-up show at Embark Gallery on Friday, June 23rd.
Register Early for a $25 discount!
Early Registration, on or before May 29th: $250
Late Registration: $275
Dates: June 12th-23rd, Monday- Friday
Location: Fort Mason, Building B, Room 106
Student work examples
Instructor Becca Hall Bio:
Born in Philadelphia, Becca Hall is a mixed media painter based in San Francisco. Her recent work focuses on social and environmental issues surrounding modern mining practices. Informed by alchemy and geology, she creates works that reflect the current clash between natural and synthetic worlds. She received her BA in Art, Design and Media from Richmond, the American International University in London, and her MFA from California College of the Arts in San Francisco.