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Fall 2010 Events and Workshops August 20, 2010

Posted by claralieu in Applied Arts.
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We have an exciting fall season coming up here in the Art Department at Wellesley College. The Jewett Art Gallery is closed for September and October for major renovations, while the exhibition “Calculated Risks: New Work by Faculty Artists” opens at the Davis Museum and Cultural Center here on campus on Sept. 15.

The Applied Arts Program offers free, non-credit workshops open to the Wellesley College community.  Fall workshops include Robot Sculptures, Character Design, Papermaking, Decorative Papers, Accordion Bookbinding and much more. You can preview the fall workshop schedule here. Workshops fill up very quickly, so mark your calendars now with registration dates! To receive announcements in advance, follow us on Facebook.

Images from the 2009-2010 workshop series:

Photographing a Sculpture Applied Arts Monoprint Workshop Coptic Bookbinding Workshop Ceramic Mosaic Workshop Sculptural Weaving Workshop

Coptic Bookbinding Workshop Bento Box Workshop Applied Arts Monoprint Workshop Ceramic Mosaic Workshop Applied Arts Monoprint Workshop

Ceramic Mosaic Workshop Coptic Bookbinding Workshop Applied Arts Monoprint Workshop Papermaking Workshop Bento Box Workshop

Papermaking Workshop Sculptural Weaving Workshop Bento Box Workshop Demo Ceramic Mosaic Workshop Photographer Warren Patterson

Papermaking Workshop Bento Box Workshop Demo Sculptural Weaving Workshop Coptic Bookbinding Workshop: Katherine McCanless Ruffin Ceramic Mosaic Workshop

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