Cut & Paste Collage with Faith Arazi

Cut & Paste Collage with Faith Arazi

Vendor
Shapeshifters Cinema
Regular price
$30.00
Sale price
$30.00
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Sunday, February 7, 2021
1-4PM
Virtual meeting via Zoom

Cost:
$30, you provide your own materials
$40, includes materials 
(Shapeshifters members receive a 10% discount)

Please note: We are only able to send materials to participants based in the US due to the high cost of international shipping. If you are based outside of the US and you are able to source your own materials, you can register at the $30 level.

Register by Sunday, January 31st to receive materials via USPS (for US-based participants only)

Register by Saturday, February 6th if you are able to source your own materials, and/or if you are based anywhere outside of the US

Collage is a simple creative act that anyone can learn to do easily, and the possibilities it provides are endless! In this one-day workshop, led by artist Faith Arazi, participants will be introduced to a variety of tools, mediums and styles to discover and develop their own unique voice and aesthetic. Together we will: discuss various sources for finding materials; talk about design motifs and ideas in collage theory; approach digital, analog, and hybrid processes; determine applications outside the standard frame; and look at the integration of collage into different genres, including animation and found footage filmmaking; all while practicing our mantra — play, play, play!

Required Materials (will be provided at the $40 level)
- X-acto knife
- Glue
- Construction Paper
- Old magazines, photographs, and/or image clippings

Other materials, not required but helpful
- Ruler
- Self-healing mat or surface to cut on (like cardboard)
- Scissors
- Computer with Photoshop
- Wacom Tablet (or similar drawing tablet/stylus), or, iPad with Procreate and Stylus

 

Faith Arazi (she/her) is an artist and AV technician based in San Francisco. Faith’s art practice is rooted in collage and non-narrative filmmaking that playfully explores capitalist anxieties, Latinx identity, and poetic mystery. Her work has been featured in: Tele Art-Mag, Other Zine, Canyon Cinemazine, Shapeshifters Cinema, and Crossroads.