Adult (age 16+), In Person, Jillian Rock, Classes, Yard School of Art, Mixed Media

Collage Explorations

Tuesdays, 10 weeks
To
7:00 pm
9:30 pm

Collage is a dynamic way to work that can refresh your way of seeing and using materials. Experiment with everyday materials such as magazines, food wrappers, book illustrations, maps, sketches, blue prints, x-rays, any ephemera you can think of! This class will include discussions on color and composition, examples from other artists’ work, as well as regular feedback from the instructor as you create your unique artwork. This course is open to all levels of experience.

Out of an abundance of caution due to the Omicron variant, the winter session will begin the week of January 17 rather than January 10. Monday classes will begin January 24. Complete Yard School of Art policies and procedures, including COVID-19 safety are here.

If you're having trouble registering or want to register after a class starts, please email [email protected] with your name, class, and phone number.

Member Price
$290
Non-Member Price
$363
Event Type
Classes
Event Format
In Person
Special Pricing Info

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Ages
Adult (age 16+)
Medium
Mixed Media
Priority Registration
Open Registration
Instructor

Jillian Rock

Jillian M Rock is a multidisciplinary artist who uses print in various forms to archive narratives centered in Blackness. Through collage, risograph prints and accompanying narrative, her work is meant to amplify the everyday to dismantle stereotypes of Blackness.

She is the owner of Rock Press, a Black woman-run printing press aimed at amplifying access to the creation and dissemination of artists’ books and printed matter. Rock is also a teaching artist, an active member of the LAND Collective, on faculty at Studio Montclair and serves on the Board of Directors for the Newark Print Shop. She was in the 2020 Cohort of Feminist in Residence at Project for Empty Space (PES), and most recently an A.I.R. at The Museum of Motherhood in St. Petersburg, FL.