2 Weeks / Credit Bearing

Art School 2D:  Drawing, Painting and Printmaking

Orientation and move-in is on Saturday, July 15. Last day of classes is Friday, July 28.

 

ARL 151 General Arts Lab: Print Media, Painting and Drawing

In this two-week, NASAD and New York State accredited, intensive studio arts course, students will have the opportunity to expand and/or launch their understanding of a variety of 2D art making methodologies expected in a successful university level portfolio submission. This course encourages participants to explore unfamiliar processes that develop life-long-creative confidence and enriches a broad approach to making art.

This course is based in the School of Art and students will have access to many of the extraordinary facilities within the College of Visual and Performing Arts at SU and work amidst some of our most celebrated faculty. Students will create in a vibrant college environment with a bona fide taste of what it is like to pursue an art-based career. Participation in a studio culture of idea generation, material exploration, process experimentation, collaboration, artist research and critique is standard in all SU: VPA, School of Art courses, including this offering to high school students looking to ‘get ahead”.

Typical Day

A Professor will instruct each morning and a Teaching Assistant (TA) will instruct each afternoon.  You will have to opportunity to learn from a different TA for each of the three disciplines discussed based on their specialty.

A typical day in the 2D Art Studio (varies from day to day)

9:00 am                 Faculty lecture: slide show or view artworks from the Print Media
Program’s archive

10:00 am               Technical Demonstration(s), one-on-one discussions about proposed projects

11:00 am               Work on projects

noon                       LUNCH

1:00 – 3:00           Work on Projects

3:00 – 4:00           Critique

Two evenings per week will have open, monitored studio hours for students to utilize the studios at the Comstock Art Facility (ComArt). Students are expected to use these open studio hours wisely and successfully execute the unique projects proposed by faculty and TA’s.

In addition to developing a personal style and approach to art making, participants will get an introduction to a selection of artists, including a guest faculty member, and slide presentations of their professional practice. These practices provide an immersive and well-rounded understanding of the breadth and depth of the profession. The class will also take at least one field trip to the SUArt Gallery Print collection, which houses thousands of works on paper from Rembrandt to Warhol.

At the end of this two-week session, students will collaborate in curating a group exhibition in the Sarah A. Coyne Gallery of Art in ComArt, and participate in a group critique enabling an experience in the foundation of critical dialogue. Students that successfully complete this course for one-credit can apply the credit toward their BFA degree in the School of Art at Syracuse University.

*Students must be 15 years of age by the orientation and move-in date.

Program Costs:

*Program rates are subject to change and will be approved by the board of trustees in March.

Credit (1)

  • Residential: $2,917
  • Commuter: $2,055

Faculty Bio

Dusty Herbig – Associate Professor, Studio Arts and Coordinator, Printmaking

Dusty Herbig teaches lithography, intaglio, serigraphy, relief, and all levels of advanced and graduate courses. He also serves as the director and master printer of Lake Effect Editions, the press of the printmaking intensive. He earned an M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2002 and a B.F.A. from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, in 1996.

Herbig exhibits nationally, participating in juried exhibitions in all corners of the U.S., including Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, Portland, San Francisco, New York City, and internationally, including exhibitions in Japan, Canada, China, Argentina, Spain, Pakistan, Taiwan, Brazil, Germany, South Korea, and Poland. His socially provocative work is in the permanent collections of many institutions, including the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts; KUMU; the Art Museum of Estonia; Spencer Museum of Art in Lawrence, Kansas; the Hunterdon Museum of Art, Hunterdon, New Jersey; the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, California; and Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York City, among others. Herbig is also the recipient of a 2011 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship in printmaking, drawing, and book arts.

http://www.dustyherbig.com