Monoprinting is a playful, exploratory process requiring neither a press nor a background in art. On a plate of gel or plexiglass, images are made with paint, rollers, sponges, netting, leaves or anything else which might create an interesting pattern. The focus is not upon the finished work, but upon the experience of discovery and making art.
This 5-day nature-based camp will introduce young artists to create art with and about nature.
Young artists will explore drawing, painting, printmaking and building through the lens of the natural world.
Photo Forum is dedicated to exploring the world and stimulating each other to create more imaginative photographs.
Using Ann O’Hanlon’s book, seeing/perception, as inspiration, Cayen and Candis lead discussions of what we see when we look at the artworks of others or our own.
Hear two local writers Rosaleen Bertolino and Molly Giles who both grew up in Mill Valley and went to Tam, becoming friendsthrough their mutual love of short story writing