2018 Teaching Schedule

Katie Dell Kaufman’s Teaching Schedule 2018

 

 

 

Winter 2018

Collage Class (January – May) – Weekly class at Takoma Park Community Center, Takoma Park, MD (part of a continuing 2 year curriculum). See specific class descriptions below.

Session oneSinged, Smoked and Shredded  (Temperature) Unity Triad #2 color palette ∙ Aspects of color: Temperature (gradation, key and contrast) ∙ Acrylic transfers and multiple transfers (black and white), Layering images, patterns, solids and transfers in collage.

Session two: Saturation, Staining & the Slanted Line   Harmony Radiating design (non-starburst) as an organizing principle (partial and full concentric circles and spiral) ∙ Primary palette ∙ Aspects of color: Chroma (gradation, key and contrast) ∙ Hand-altered rice papers with using stamps plastic wrap, stencils (handmade and purchased) with acrylic paints.

Session three: Strata, Secondaries, Handmade Stamps 3 Layers or Strata as organizing principle ∙ Secondary palette ∙ Aspects of color: Color tints and shades (gradation, key and contrast) ∙ Working with rust solution to alter papers using handmade stamps

Encaustic Collage Weekend Workshop (Mar 4 & 5) Takoma Park Community Center, Takoma Park, MD (filled)

Encaustic Monotype Workshop (May 19 & 20) Gateway Art Center, Brentwood, MD

Fall 2018

Collage Class (September – December) – Weekly class at Takoma Park Community Center, Takoma Park, MD (part of a continuing 2 year curriculum). See specific class descriptions below.

Session oneTransparency, Translucency & Temperature (Complementary, Stencils) ∙ Complementary color palette ∙ Aspects of color: value (gradation and contrast) ∙ Organizing principle: repetition of shape ∙ Creating and using stencils to alter collage papers for collage.

Session two: Mark Making & Metallics ∙ Cruciform design (a modified grid pattern) as an organizing principle ∙ Black/White + Metallics palette ∙ Aspects of color: Color Temperature (gradation, key and contrast) ∙ Hand-altered papers with with B/W and metallic acrylic paints, developing systems of value gradation by isolating value ranges or value key.