Check out these exciting upcoming workshop opportunities at the Facility for Arts Research (FAR):
Instructor: Chad Eby | Date: Thursday, August 1, 2013
Learn the absolute basics of electronics and programming with the Arduino microcontroller! Chad Eby’s workshop blink.click.whir will have you blinking and fading festive LED lights, taking input from buttons and sensors, and making motion with small motors—all with the simple, tiny, and cheap “computers” called microcontrollers. Workshop registration includes your very own Italian-designed Arduino and assorted electronic components. This workshop is intended for beginners.
Register at: http://artsresearch.fsu.edu/events/blink-click-whir/
Instructor: Ellen Knudson | Dates: October 19th – 20th, 2013
In this two day workshop, students will explore the possibilities of hand lettering, image, and the addition of handset metal types while considering the ethereal and concrete realities of the collagraph mediums. Letterpress printing from low relief surfaces creates texture and depth that can be subtle or stark. Using the Vandercook cylinder proofing presses, we will discover the hard and soft effects that collagraph and pressure prints offer. All levels welcome!
Register before 9/1/13 at: http://artsresearch.fsu.edu/events/pressure-and-relief/
Peek in on current visiting artist Valerie Goodwin’s project in progress Mapping Time and Place and learn an opportunity to participate in recent visiting artist Judy Rusin’s project Variance/Invariance at artsresearch.fsu.edu.
Facility for Arts Research (FAR)
College of Fine Arts
Florida State University