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The Place to Make ART

EVENTS

SUMMER 2011


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Pratt Fine Arts Center was founded in 1976 by the City of Seattle’s Parks and Recreation Department to provide visual arts training to the Central District, Seattle’s most diverse neighborhood. In 1982, Pratt was established as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and today provides educational opportunities and studio access each year to over 3500 students and 500 artists. Pratt Fine Arts Center makes art accessible to everyone, offering a place for spirited exchange, self-expression, and personal transformation through creativity. Pratt is dedicated to fostering artistic development and engagement locally, nationally, and internationally. Pratt is a unique multidisciplinary visual arts resource providing education and instruction, community programs, and professionally equipped art making facilities.

pratt programs Images (l-r): Scott Fife, Young Cassius Clay (detail), Archival cardboard, drywall screws, glue ink, and spray paint, 2009. Photo courtesy of the artist; Steve Jensen, Chair Project. Photo: James Harois; Alley Art Project, 2011 Cover: Scott Fife, Young Ed Kienholz, Archival cardboard, drywall screws, glue ink, and spray paint, 2008. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Adult Education: All year, Pratt offers classes, workshops, and intensives for beginning to advanced students in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, glass, jewelry, metalsmithing, and more. As a non-accredited education center, Pratt’s classes are open to everyone. Youth and Teen Education: Pratt’s longstanding Kids and Youth Art Works program offers free art classes to youth, kindergarten to eighth grade, as well as after-school programs for partnering community organizations. For teens, we offer a summer camp and classes designed to introduce this age group to all of the disciplines taught at Pratt. Free Fridays: To support learning and practicing new skills, included with many Pratt classes is free access to the studios and equipment on certain Fridays. Studio Rental Program: Serving over 500 people annually, Pratt rents its studios, equipment, and tools to artists at all levels. Beginners practice technique and search for artistic voice while professional artists depend on access to Pratt’s industrial equipment. Visiting and Master Artists: Throughout the year, Pratt invites artists of international and national renown to teach

master-level workshops. In addition to sharing their specialized skills and inspiration, many of the artists present free exhibitions and lectures that are open to the public. Professional Artist in Residence: As part of our Master Artist Program, Pratt provides two professional artists each year with month-long residencies in our specialized studios, along with access to experienced assistants to help them explore the potential of new materials and processes. Events and Exhibitions: From art exhibitions at our gallery space in Pioneer Square to free artist lectures, open houses, and fundraising events throughout the year, Pratt presents opportunities for everyone to participate in and enjoy the visual arts. Scholarships, Work Study, and Tuition Assistance: As part of our commitment to make classes affordable to everyone, Pratt offers an array of financial support programs. In addition, tuition for all Pratt classes is subsidized by supporters. Custom Classes and Group Art Events: From private classes to large events, Pratt can design and deliver specialized, hands-on learning experiences.

For more information on all of these programs please visit www.pratt.org, call 206.328.2200, or email info@pratt.org.


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Location and Membership Information

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Drawing & Painting

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Printmaking

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Diverse Disciplines

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Sculpture

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Hot Glass

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Warm Glass

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Jewelry/Metalsmithing

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Youth/Teen Classes

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Instructors

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Registration Form and Policies

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Events Calendar

Pratt is proud to announce a new Professional Artist in Residence (PAiR) program. The PAiR program provides access to studios and technical support for up to two artists a year. This allows professional artists time to develop artwork through the use of the diverse and specialized equipment at Pratt. Pratt is pleased to welcome artist Scott Fife as the second participant. Scott will spend a month using Pratt’s studios to interpret and develop his work into glass, cast iron, bronze, and other materials not readily available to him in his own studio. Scott has been exhibiting his sculpture and drawings since 1976 in galleries in Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles and Vancouver, BC and in museums including the Frye Museum (Seattle), the Tacoma Art Museum, the Boise Art Museum, and Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (Spokane). His work was included in the 2008 Art on Paper Biennial at the Weatherspoon Museum of Art in Greensboro, NC. The Missoula Art Museum, Montana hosted a solo show of his work in the winter of 2010, and one of his sculptures was included in the Seattle Art Museum exhibition “Kurt” in the spring of 2010. His work has been written about in the Winter 2010 issue of “Sculpture Review” magazine. His next solo show at Platform Gallery opens May 19, 2011. Scott lives and works in Seattle. www.platformgallery.com/ artist_pages/Fife/Fife_main.html

a lasting tribute Pratt Fine Arts Center is named in honor of Edwin T. Pratt A prominent local civil rights leader, Edwin T. Pratt served as Executive Director of the Seattle Urban League in the mid-1960s. His assassination in 1969 by unknown assailants was felt by many Seattleites who depended on Pratt’s calm leadership during a period of social upheaval.

Atlanta University. He worked for the Urban League in Cleveland and Kansas City before moving to Seattle in 1956. Five years later as director of the Urban League, he developed the Triad Plan for desegregation of Seattle schools. Later, he led an initiative to create equal housing opportunities.

Born on December 6, 1930 in Miami, Florida, Edwin T. Pratt graduated from Clark College in Atlanta and received his master’s degree in social work from

Since 1976, Pratt Fine Arts Center has been proud to serve as a lasting tribute to a man who devoted his life to improving the quality of life for all people.

Master Member registration April 10–17

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pratt location Pratt Fine Arts Center is located in Seattle’s Central District neighborhood in and adjacent to Pratt Park. 1902 South Main Street Seattle, WA 98144-2206 Phone: 206.328.2200 Fax: 206.328.1260 Email: info@pratt.org www.pratt.org

ACCESSIBILITY Assistance is available for all persons with disabilities. We will make every reasonable effort to ensure that classes are accessible. If you are in need of special services, please notify Pratt in writing along with your registration and specify your request. If you have questions, please call 206.328.2200.

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Apprentice $50

at Member Partner stores t Discounts (See page 30 or www.pratt.org for details) t Early entry to select events Journeyman $75 All benefits of the Apprentice level plus: to access studios on a rental basis as an t Opportunity independent artist

Master $120 All benefits of Journeyman level plus:

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scholarships Pratt offers several distinct merit- and financial-need based scholarships each year to adults and teens, artists of color, and emerging and established artists. 2011 – 2012 applications and information will be available on 4/1/2011 and due 7/1/2011. For more information, please visit www.pratt.org.

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A limited amount of financial assistance is available each quarter to adults and youth who otherwise cannot afford to participate in classes and workshops. Applications for Tuition Assistance for Summer Quarter are due on 5/2/2011 and available at www.pratt.org. Photo credit: Emily Brewer

Members play a vital role in Pratt Fine Arts Center’s success. Membership fees help support our dynamic programs and facility and it is the creative energy of members that makes Pratt such a unique place! Becoming a member is also a great way to stay up-to-date about Pratt’s gallery programs, art lectures, and newly introduced classes and workshops. Become a Pratt member today!

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In memory of her kind and generous spirit, friends and family of Jan Sewell have funded one of Pratt’s Art Bridge Fellowships for the next three years, continuing Jan’s passion for supporting and encouraging emerging artists in their work. The Jan Sewell Art Bridge Fellowship will provide emerging artists with the tools to take their artistic career to the next level. It includes credit toward classes and studio time, a supply stipend, funds for photography, career development training, and a space in the Art Bridge Fellow exhibition.

work study A limited number of work study opportunities are available each quarter. Participating students earn credit toward tuition in exchange for assisting Pratt staff. Applications for the Work Study program are available from Lise Graham at lgraham@pratt.org.

Master Member registration April 10–17


drawing & painting

drawing & painting

printmaking

Pratt's Painting & Drawing department offers a dynamic curriculum designed by working, contemporary artists with a passion for teaching. We serve students from a wide variety of artistic experiences and backgrounds, with approaches ranging from traditional to experimental. Our goal is to help artists of all levels develop their creativity, skills, and expressive voice.

Introductory Classes

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Drawing Fundamentals

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Drawing is the foundation of the visual arts and anyone can learn to draw. These classes take a contemporary and individualized approach to the basics of drawing and offer 'out-of-thebox' approaches to tackle basic drawing issues. Learn to render realistically using line and contour, shape and form, light and shadow, space and depth, proportion and perspective. Get acquainted with a range of drawing materials to translate perceptions onto paper and learn the principles of composition. Prerequisite: None Class #1984tWill Bonner Tues. & Thurs., 9am-1pm, 6/7 - 7/7 10 Sessions Non-member: $430/Master Member: $387

Class #1986tMichael Lorefice Mon., 6-10pm, 7/11 - 8/22 7 sessions Non-member: $300/Master Member: $270

Class #1994tJulia Hensley Tues., 1:30-5:30pm, 6/7 - 7/26 8 Sessions Non-member: $350/Master Member: $315

Figure Drawing

Oil Painting Fundamentals

Working from a live model is a great way to hone your drawing skills and learn to translate what you see into a drawing. This fun and challenging class demystifies the drawing process by applying techniques also presented in the Drawing Fundamentals class - line, form, value, and scale - to the figure. Develop a more confident connection between what you see and what you render. Prerequisite: None

Oil painting is a vibrant and versatile medium. In this beginning class, learn the basics from preparing surfaces and choosing and organizing your color palette, to exploring brushwork and painting mediums. You will work from a variety of sources, including still-lifes and historical references. While developing skills in oils, you will learn how to create structure, volume, and atmosphere in your painting by using value, color, and brush work. A particular focus will be on the important role of value (light and dark) in painting. Prerequisite: None

Class #1989tJeanne Marie Ferraro Tues., 6-10pm, 7/5 - 7/26 4 Sessions Non-member: $190/Master Member: $171 Class #1990tRyan Finnerty Wed., 1:30-5:30pm, 7/13 - 8/17 6 Sessions Non-member: $280/Master Member: $252 Class #1991tJeanne Marie Ferraro Tues., 6-10pm, 8/2 - 8/23 4 Sessions Non-member: $190/Master Member: $171

Class #1987tEmily Gherard Mon., 9am-1pm, 7/11 - 8/1 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162 Class #1988tEmily Gherard Thurs., 6-10pm, 7/14 - 8/4 4 sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

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This class features mentored development and progressive building of drawing and creative skills with one teacher over four quarters. Fourth quarter puts together our work with three dimensional objects and two dimensional reproductions and focuses on creativity, with an introduction to colored pencils. Topics include color mechanics, limiting color and value palettes, finding geometry in composition, and generating and developing ideas. Share discoveries in lively open discussions. Prerequisite: Third Quarter Drawing & Compositional Expression or instructor permission

Photo courtesy of artist

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Drawing & Compositional Expression - 4th Quarter

Michael Lorefice, Pinhole (from camera series), Oil on linen, 2009

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Class #1985tJane Richlovsky Wed., 6-10pm, 7/13 - 8/3 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

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Class #1983tAlice Case Mon., 9am-1pm, 6/27 - 8/1 (no class 7/4) 5 Sessions Non-member: $220/Master Member: $198


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Workshop: Acrylic Painting Fundamentals Explore the basics of this versatile medium by learning about washes, thick impasto, glazes, and more. Demonstrations, discussions, and individual instruction will cover issues of color, design principles, paint consistency, and application. You will be introduced to compatible, non-acrylic materials to add to your paintings. Experimentation and the development of personal artistic process and direction will be encouraged. Prerequisite: None Class #2006tAaron J. Power Fri.-Sun., 10am-4pm, 7/8 - 7/10 3 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Workshop: Watercolor Fundamentals Learn traditional watercolor techniques such as wash, wet into wet, dry brush, and much more. Learn to combine watercolor with drawing media and materials such as ink and graphite. You will be encouraged to work with subject matter ranging from still life and photographs to abstraction and your imagination. You will gain a solid foundation of watercolor skills that can be used in illustration or fine art. Prerequisite: None Class #2060tYulia Chubotin Fri.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 7/15 - 7/17 3 Sessions Non-member: $260/Master Member: $234

Intermediate Classes Intermediate Drawing: Perception, Media, Design In this class you will continue to build the perceptual skills learned in Drawing Fundamentals. A range of exercises will help you see the visual world in terms of line, mass, value, movement, and perspective. Learn to experiment and use a variety of drawing materials, basic principles of composition, and transform your new perceptions into interesting, dynamic drawings. Prerequisite: Drawing Fundamentals Class #1992tAlice Case Mon., 1:30-5:30pm, 6/27 - 8/1 (no class 7/4) 5 Sessions Non-member: $220/Master Member: $198 Class #1993tJane Richlovsky Wed., 6-10pm, 8/10 - 8/31 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

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Intermediate Oil Painting

Abstract Oil Painting

This class is for anyone with previous oil painting experience who wants to refresh their knowledge or develop their technique. Expand your knowledge of color, composition, and personal expression through painting from observation, creating master-copies, and individual projects. You will take an in-depth look at mixing color, organizing a color palette, and the role of color in your artistic development. Receive feedback through one-on-one and group critiques. Prerequisite: Oil Painting Fundamentals or equivalent

Are you interested in creating abstract paintings but not sure where to begin? Explore the infinite possibilities of nonfigurative painting while examining the basic building blocks of composition: line, form, color, and surface. You will be encouraged to use visual principles that suit your interest and style to develop a personal visual vocabulary. Art history will be regularly discussed to gain a historical and theoretical perspective. Returning students welcome. Prerequisite: Painting Fundamentals

Class #1995tEmily Gherard Mon., 9am-1pm, 8/8 - 8/29 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162 Class #1996tEmily Gherard Thurs., 6-10pm, 8/11 - 9/1 4 sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

Workshop: Continued Acrylic Painting Continue to develop your knowledge of acrylic paint and mediums in this informative class. Demonstrations and discussions will reinforce issues covered in the Acrylic Painting Fundamentals class, with particular focus on troubleshooting obstacles in your work. Individual instruction will be given to assist you in developing a body of work. Prerequisite: Acrylic Fundamentals Class #2007tAaron J. Power Sat.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 8/13 - 8/14 2 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

Special Topics Color Boot Camp II Building on the basic technical skills learned in Color Boot Camp, learn to perceive and control the effects of colors upon one another, to see color in relationship to value, and to use color to create space, mood, and movement in a painting. Discover how to expand from a limited palette without getting overwhelmed. You will keep a color journal and 'collect' colors from the world as a source of both technical knowledge and inspiration. Prerequisite: Color Boot Camp Class #2064tJane Richlovsky Thurs., 9am-1pm, 7/7 - 7/28 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

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Class #2063tMichael Ottersen Thurs., 6:30-9:30pm, 7/7 - 8/11 6 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

NEW Drawing on Location Take a sketching tour of the city: visually explore Seattle's industrial cityscapes, working seaports, botanical wonders, sweeping vistas, and architectural interiors. Each week this class will meet in a different location. You will receive practical tips on distilling often overwhelming visual stimuli and improve your grasp of perspective and composition. Work with a range of portable materials and leave class with inspiration for future projects. The two sessions combined will visit eight locations - sign up for just one or both. Prerequisite: Drawing Fundamentals or equivalent Class #1998tJane Richlovsky Thurs., 2-6pm, 7/7 - 7/28 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162 Class #1999tJane Richlovsky Thurs., 2-6pm, 8/4 - 8/25 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

Experimental Acrylic Figure Painting Have fun in this class devoted to exploring exciting new mixtures and concoctions using acrylics to paint the figure. Pour, mold, marbleize, texture, and render the figure all at the same time! Using live models in each class, try different approaches to painting while using water-based paint. This class requires no experience, just a willingness to experiment. Prerequisite: None Class #2082tMark Takamachi Miller Tues., 1:30-5:30pm, 7/12 - 8/2 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

Master Member registration April 10–17


drawing & painting printmaking

Rollin Thomas, 1980's good food on parade, Pen and ink Photo courtesy of artist

This class will examine ways to create drawings which can be translated into paintings. You will review artwork of well known artists and discuss the relationship between their drawings and paintings. Learn to draw from photographs, observed subject matter, and personal inventtion as well as drawn translations from existing paintings. You will use pencil, charcoal, marker, brush, white gouache, ink and paper to discover the shared language of drawing and painting. Prerequisite: Drawing and Painting Fundamentals

Explore narrative, color, light, spatial relationships, composition and, of course, the human form. You will paint from live models posed in interesting, theatrical settings, and explore the relationship of the figure to the space they inhabit, in both a formal and thematic sense. While the class will provide plenty of technical instruction in rendering the human form, you will also be challenged to interpret the subject matter in your own way and create complete, imaginative paintings. Prerequisite: Painting Fundamentals or equivalent

Class #2067tKiki MacInnis Tues., 9am-1pm, 7/12 - 8/30 8 Sessions Non-member: $350/Master Member: $315

Class #2002tKiki MacInnis Wed., 9am-1pm, 7/13 - 8/31 8 Sessions Non-member: $350/Master Member: $315

Class #2000tJane Richlovsky Thurs., 9am-1pm, 8/4 - 8/25 4 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

Introduction to Children's Picture Book Illustration

Figure Painting

Intensive: Encaustic Painting

Working from a live model, take the skills you have developed in earlier drawing and painting classes and apply them to a study of the figure. You will explore different ways of approaching the complexity of the figure, breaking it down and slowly building on your process and palettes. The focus will be on using your visual experience of the figure to study composition, shape, edge, color, light, and mark, and explore these facets through the language of paint. Prerequisite: Painting Fundamentals

Explore the versatile and unlimited field of encaustic painting using traditional and nontraditional approaches to this ancient medium. Work with hot wax, pigment, and a variety of materials such as natural ceramic clay and mud washes as textural backgrounds. Explore techniques on paper and panels including the use of stamping, tissue transfer, photocopy transfer, fabric, and paper collage. Prerequisite: None

Do you have a children's picture book idea just waiting to be discovered? This class will give you creative tools to help: visual storytelling, character development, and making story boards and book dummies. Learn how to find your place in the children's book market and create original art for a professional portfolio. Prerequisite: None

Class #2005tRyan Finnerty Tues., 9am-1pm, 7/19 - 8/23 6 Sessions Non-member: $280/Master Member: $252

Class #2059tLarry Calkins & Shaun Doll Fri.-Mon., 10am-6pm, 8/26 - 8/29 4 Sessions Non-member: $420/Master Member: $378

Workshop: Cartooning Have you always wanted to create your own comics? This class explores drawing and storytelling - the techniques cartoonists rely upon. Using the comic book form, bring your own characters and narratives to life while learning to illustrate your ideas visually. Your comics will transform from rough sketches to fully inked panels! Prerequisite: None

Master Member registration April 10–17

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Class #2008tRandy Wood Sat.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 7/23 - 7/24 2 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

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Class #2033tRollin Thomas Wed., 9am-1pm, 7/13 - 8/31 8 Sessions Non-member: $370/Master Member: $333

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Including both drawing from observation as well as invention, you will study the work of abstractionists such as Wassily Kandinsky, Henri Michaux, Ingrid Calame, and Mark Fox. Each of the first four classes will present at least one new concept and one new drawing technique. The second half of the course will focus on your individual projects. The instructor will help you plan an independent project incorporating ideas that have been taught in class. Prerequisite: None

hot glass

Figure and Narrative

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NEW Drawing to Painting

diverse disciplines

NEW Experimental Ink Drawing II Abstraction


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PRATT’S AUCTION IS MOVING…AGAIN!

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be sure you SAVE THE DATE

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hot glass

sculpture

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05.14.11

Bell Harbor Conference Center 2211 Alaskan Way, Pier 66

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Pratt Exposed: 2011 Fine Art Auction Exhibition Friday, May 13, 2011, 6-9pm Bell Harbor Conference Center It’s bad luck to miss this FREE opportunity to meet the artists of this year’s auction and view their work before it enters private collections! For more information, call 206.328.2200 or visit www.pratt.org

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Master Member registration April 10–17


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printmaking Workshop: Introduction to Printmaking

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Be exposed to a variety of printmaking techniques in this three day workshop. You will try monotype (painterly prints), paper lithography and pronto plates, shellac plates and relief methods. Learn how to confidently use the presses and inks. This workshop will prepare you to take a variety of continuing printmaking classes. Prerequisite: None

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Class #2031tKamla Kakaria & Shaun Doll Sat.-Mon., 10am-6pm, 9/10 - 9/12 3 Sessions Non-member: $310/Master Member: $279

Printmaking Fundamentals

Class #2015tKerstin Graudins Thurs., 6-10pm, 7/7 - 7/28 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Class #2012tKerstin Graudins Wed., 6-10pm, 7/6 - 7/27 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $230/Master Member: $207 Class #2014tKerstin Graudins Wed., 6-10pm, 8/3 - 8/24 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $230/Master Member: $207

development of your work. Use of copper plates is preferred but zinc can be used as well. Prerequisite: None

Interested in learning how to screenprint while collaborating with a group of your peers? Then this workshop is for you! You will learn about silkscreen equipment and tools, experiment with the use of photographic, stencil, and direct drawing processes, and learn how to use and register multiple colors. The last day you will produce a suite of posters printed as a collaboration between class members. Prerequisite: None

Class #2017tKim Van Someren Tues., 6-10pm, 7/12 - 8/2 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $220/Master Member: $198

Class #2030tKaleb Hunkele Sat.-Mon., 10am-6pm, 7/16 - 7/18 3 Sessions Non-member: $350/Master Member: $315

Continuing Monoprint

Etching Fundamentals The focus of this class is on intaglio etching, a term that means 'to incise'. You will incise metal plates to create line and shade. Techniques taught are drypoint, plate-making, and hard and soft ground. Learn how to plan multi-plate printing, layering with color, and developing etching techniques that enable you to make editions (multiples). Individual instructor attention will encourage experimentation and

Class #2018tKim Van Someren Tues., 6-10pm, 8/9 - 8/30 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $220/Master Member: $198

Are you ready for more individual attention now that you know the basics of monoprinting? This class will provide you with plenty of time to refine your own style and voice. Demonstrations will be given on an individual basis as a way to add to the work you are doing. Focus on the art of layering, understanding color, and registration. Creating a body of finished work is an achievable goal with this class. Prerequisite: Printmaking Fundamentals or Monotype and Collograph Class #2011tRickie Wolfe Tues., 10am-4pm, 7/12 - 8/9 5 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $370/Master Member: $333

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Workshop: Crash Course in Screenprinting

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Discover the exciting possibilities of screenprinting! In this class you will gain an understanding of silkscreen equipment, tools, and the history of screenprinting. Experiment with photographic, reductive, and drawing processes while learning how to use and register multiple colors. The class combines instructor demonstrations with time for individual projects. Two group critiques and a final print exchange will complete the class. Water-based inks will be used. Prerequisite: None

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Screenprinting Fundamentals

Kim Van Someren, Long Way House, Etching, aquatint, and sugarlift, 2010

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Class #2016tKerstin Graudins Thurs., 6-10pm, 8/4 - 8/25 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

sculpture

Experiment with a variety of printmaking techniques and discover your passion for this art form! This class will cover monotype (painterly prints), paper lithography, shellac plates, collograph, and relief methods. Learn how to confidently use the presses and inks. This class will prepare you to take a variety of continuing printmaking classes. Prerequisite: None


drawing & painting printmaking diverse disciplines sculpture hot glass warm glass jewelry/metalsmithing youth/teen

Letterpress Fundamentals Learn all the basics of letterpress printing! Through a variety of projects, learn to hand-set metal type, lock up a type form, ink up, set up, and operate the press. You will be introduced to good design practices and explore printing imagery with letterpress cuts, linoleum cuts, and wire printing. On the last day of class, you will exchange prints and create a portfolio to take home. Prerequisite: None Class #2019tLisa Hasegawa Tues., 6-10pm, 7/12 - 8/2 4 Sessions, Free Friday Access with Instructor Permission Non-member: $240/Master Member: $216 Class #2020tLisa Hasegawa Tues., 6-10pm, 8/9 - 8/30 4 Sessions, Free Friday Access with Instructor Permission Non-member: $240/Master Member: $216

Continuing Letterpress Printing Have you learned the basics of letterpress and can't wait to get back into the letterpress studio? This class offers a refresher of the basics while troubleshooting complex designs and techniques such as using justification to create shaped text, skeletonizing, and curving type. Have a project in mind? Bring your ideas to class and discuss the possibilities. Prerequisite: Letterpress Fundamentals or instructor permission Class #2021tLisa Hasegawa Wed., 6-10pm, 7/13 - 8/17 6 Sessions, Free Friday Access with Instructor Permission Non-member: $350/Master Member: $315

Workshop: Block Print Have you always wanted to play with sharp tools but your mother wouldn't let you? Learn to use linoloeum cutting tools and barins safely and get the results you want. Get an overview of relief block printing that touches on composition, technique, and individual style as well as the basics of rolling, hand printing, and printing on the press. This workshop will emphasize how to adapt this process to a home environment. Prerequisite: None Class #2024tTheresa Neinas Sat.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 7/9 - 7/10 2 Sessions Non-member: $190/Master Member: $171

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NEW Workshop: Letterpress Printed Book

NEW Workshop: Monotype - Using Water-soluble Inks

Love books and type? Come for a letterpress play day to create a sturdy yet simple letterpress printed pamphlet book. You’ll learn the basics of hand-setting metal type, operating a letterpress, as well as a few book making skills while collaborating with your classmates on text and imagery to create a small edition. Prerequisite: None

Explore both technical and conceptual approaches to the monotype technique of printmaking using water-soluble inks. You will be guided through a variety of monotype techniques, including reductive and additive inking, chine collé, multiple plate, and layered imagery. You will compare the variety of effects that different brands of water-soluble inks offer. Individualized and experimental approaches to this medium will be encouraged. Prerequisite: None

Class #2081tLisa Hasegawa Sat., 10am-6pm, 7/23 1 Session Non-member: $120/Master Member: $108

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Class #2025tEric Chamberlain Sat.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 7/23 - 7/24 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Master Member registration April 10–17


Class #2066tKim Van Someren Sat.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 7/30 - 7/31 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Class #2065tBen Moreau Sat.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 8/20 - 8/21 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

NEW Workshop: Sugar Lift for Etching Sugarlift is an etching technique that allows you to create gestural and painterly marks similar to a sumi-brush mark. Learn to create the rich, velvety, and black marks that only sugarlift can offer and add to other etching techniques. Aquatint and intaglio printing will also be taught. Prerequisite: Etching Fundamentals Class #2032tKim Van Someren Sat.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 8/27 - 8/28 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Workshop: Intuitive Paths Printmaking and Collage

NEW Writing for Artists

Class #2023tRomson Regarde Bustillo Sat.-Mon., 10am-6pm, 8/13 - 8/15 3 Sessions Non-member: $300/Master Member: $270

Class #2022tKelda Martensen Tues.-Thurs., 6-10pm, 9/6 - 9/8 3 Sessions Non-member: $130/Master Member: $117

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Outstanding artist statements, biographies, and resumĂŠs are essential documents for all visual artists, yet artists receive little information about how to write conceptual and visual descriptions. In this class, review each participant's portfolio to find the heart of each artist's work. Then revise your statements with feedback provided from your peers and the instructor. Whether you have written statements before or need to draft your first one, this will be a supportive and informative environment to refresh and clarify your writing. Prerequisite: None

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Explore the creative process through printmaking. Learn unique approaches to dry point (metal, wood, and board), collograph, monotype, and various mixed media techniques to create medium and large scale prints and print collages. The introduction of each method will include discussions on imagery, approaches to composition, and how to combine different media. The importance of reflection and exploring personal history as a theme will be encouraged. Prerequisite: Printmaking Fundamentals

hot glass

Class #2029tBen Moreau Sat.-Mon., 10am-6pm, 8/6 - 8/8 3 Sessions Non-member: $300/Master Member: $270

sculpture

Making a lithographic print is unlike any other printmaking process. If you are interested in making editions (multiples), this is the medium for you. Learn the basics of lithographic printmaking using aluminum plates. You will be encouraged to experiment with both wet and dry drawing mediums and photocopy transfer. Come ready with sketches and ideas. Registration and ink modification will be taught, and if time permits, photolithography will be discussed. Prerequisite: Printmaking Fundamentals

This course is an introduction on how to use polyester lithographic plates as well as solarplates in order to incorporate photographic elements into your work. Both processes offer different and unique ways to develop photographic, collage, and drawn imagery. Images can be editioned, utilized as components of monotypes, or integrated into mixed media pieces. Knowledge of Photoshop is not required, but is a plus. You should bring sketches, ideas, and digital images to experiment and work with. Prerequisite: Printmaking Fundamentals

diverse disciplines

Workshop: Lithography Fundamentals

NEW Workshop: Non-Toxic Photographic Printmaking

printmaking

Based upon traditional lithography, paper lithography is a non-toxic method of transferring images from the common photocopy using oil-based ink onto paper. Unlike other transfer methods, paper lithography allows you to use color and texture. This can then be combined with intaglio, relief, monotype, and collograph prints. This is great for image and text! Prerequisite: None

drawing & painting

Workshop: Paper Lithography


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jewelry/metalsmithing

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sculpture

diverse disciplines

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Stephanie Hargrave, Pods & pollinia 2, Encaustic on panel Photo courtesy of the artist

Workshop: Exploring your Sketchbook

Workshop: Collage - Explore and Invent

In this mixed media workshop you will learn how to get in the habit of drawing and creating a dialog with your sketchbook. Begin by covering the pages from front to back with clay washes, paint, and ink to alter the clean white surface. Then you will begin to work in your sketchbook using a variety of media such as photocopy transfer, inks, writing, collage, and stenciling. Prerequisite: None

On the first day of this workshop you will use paper, cloth, found materials, and other unique elements to make five or more simple collages. Demonstrations on image transferring and alternate means of connection will be given. On the second day, your collages will serve as a foundation for experiments using paint, stencils, crayons, stitching by hand or sewing machine, nails, and other objects that can add dimension. Prerequisite: None

Class #1975tLarry Calkins & Kamla Kakaria Fri.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 6/24 - 6/26 3 Sessions Non-member: $310/Master Member: $279

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Introduction to Collage Explore the many ways to use mixed media and collage to create unique artworks. Everything is a potential art object in the world of collage. Experiment with paint, ink, prints, textiles, found objects, and much more. As part of each project, you will learn the formal elements of art including composition, texture, shape, line, color, space, and surface. Come prepared to have fun and explore the endless possibilities of collage. Prerequisite: None Class #1980tRickie Wolfe Thurs., 10am-4pm, 7/7 - 8/4 5 Sessions Non-member: $340/Master Member: $306

Master Member registration April 10–17


Stephanie Hargrave, Swing series 4, 5 & 6, Encaustic on birch

Photo courtesy of the artist

Class #1982tVedika Dietrich Thurs., 10am-4pm, 7/21 - 8/11 4 Sessions Non-member: $270/Master Member: $243

Workshop: Sculptural Collage This workshop combines collage, sculpture, printmaking, and beeswax. You will begin by learning collage techniques: working to combine a variety of papers, mat board, fabric, photographs, printed materials, and tracings. Then incorporate text, wire, wax, and found objects to create unique sculptures. Prerequisite: None Class #1978tRickie Wolfe & Stephanie Hargrave Sat.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 8/20 - 8/21 2 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

Workshop: Breaking the Rules Exploration of the Screen

Class #1979tCameron Mason Fri.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 9/9 - 9/11 3 Sessions Non-member: $270/Master Member: $243

Scott Fife, Young Cassius Clay, Archival cardboard, drywall screws, glue ink, and spray paint, 2009 Photo courtesy of the artist.

Scott Fife has been exhibiting his sculpture and drawings since 1976 in galleries in Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles and Vancouver, BC and in museums including the Frye Museum (Seattle), the Tacoma Art Museum, the Boise Art Museum, and Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (Spokane). For a full bio please see page 26

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'Breakdown printing', a process of allowing dye to dry on the silk screen, will be the starting point in this exciting workshop. Using the silk screen as an improvisatory tool, explore positive and negative marks on fabric. Although the class begins with basic concepts, advanced techniques to create imagery and texture will be presented and developed. This workshop emphasizes process and experimentation, learning to control technique while celebrating the happy accident. Prerequisite: None

jewelry/metalsmithing

Class #1976tDavid Francis Sat.-Sun., 10am-6, 7/30 - 7/31 2 Sessions Non-member: $180/Master Member: $162

Class #2058tScott Fife Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/14 - 8/28 3 Sessions Non-member: $320 Master Member: $288

warm glass

From ephemeral sculptures composed of natural materials (branches, plants, soil, clay, etc.) to performance-based works that last for a few hours before being archived, the diversity of public art is expanding rapidly. Review recent developments and opportunities in Seattle, NYC, and Europe before collaborating to design, develop, and create installations (2D, 3D, new media, performance) for a temporary exhibition on Pratt's campus or in Pratt Park. Previous experience in sculpture is helpful but not required; works in progress are welcome. Prerequisite: None

Class #1977tJodi Waltier Fri.-Sun., 10am-6pm, 8/5 - 8/7 3 Sessions Non-member: $270/Master Member: $243

www.platformgallery.com

hot glass

Workshop: The New Public Art Site-Specific Environmental

Based on the rich traditions of Japanese, African, and Indian dye methods, this workshop will explore folding, clamping, winding, and binding cloth and submersing it into the dye pot. There is an intrinsic mystery associated with these cold and hot bath processes that is endlessly inspiring. You can expect to be rewarded at the end of class with richly patterned and colored cloths. Prerequisite: None

sculpture

Explore the intuitive art-making process, where childlike play is encouraged and inhibitions are abandoned. Leave your critic at home! Your creative impulse will shift from your mind to the work itself, freeing you from goal and productoriented work. You will be guided through a variety of exercises in painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, mixed media, and sumi brush with ink. You will receive individual attention in assisting you to find your own intuitive artist. Prerequisite: None

Workshop: Bound Resist Dye Technique

diverse disciplines

Intuitive Artist

Working with Scott Fife, this summer's Master Artist in Residence and nationally recognized sculptor known for transcending the materials he works with, you will collect and re-appropriate cardboard and common materials. Through very direct processes that Scott uses in his own work, you will create three-dimensional work. The class will consist of hands-on demos, individual design, trouble-shooting with the instructor, and informal critique and feedback on your projects. This is a great opportunity to incorporate new techniques of working with recycled materials that create sophisticated results. Prerequisite: None

printmaking

Save the Cardboard

drawing & painting

master artist


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sculpture Moldmaking Workshop: Moldmaking I Moldmaking is an invaluable skill for a sculptor and this class is a great introduction to learning about the sculptural possibilities of plaster. You will practice making one and two-part molds, watch a demonstration of three-part moldmaking, and learn which materials can be poured into plaster molds to create multiples of your original. Prerequisite: None Class #1952tSusan Balshor Sat., 9:30am-5:30pm, 6/25 1 Session Non-member: $120/Master Member: $108

Blacksmithing Forging Night Spend an evening forging. This class is designed as a short, fun blacksmithing experience and demonstration of basic forging processes. It is a great opportunity to explore what the Pratt forging shop has to offer, make a sculpture, hooks, or just enjoy hammering and twisting! If you're not sure if you want to take a full length forging class this is an entertaining way to try it out before registering. Prerequisite: None Class #2039tAlair Wells Tues., 6-10pm, 6/28 1 Session Non-member: $60/Master Member: $54 Class #2040tAlair Wells Sun., 6-10pm, 8/21 1 Session Non-member: $60/Master Member: $54

Workshop: Introduction to Blacksmithing Blacksmithing is a craft that has been used for centuries with sculptural as well as functional applications. Using hand tools over an anvil, you'll learn six basic techniques: tapers, upsets, twists, bends, punches, and cuts. By practicing these techniques in class, you gain an understanding of blacksmithing and create a few pieces to take home. Prerequisite: None Class #2041tVance Wolfe Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/13 - 8/14 2 Sessions Non-member: $220/Master Member: $198

Beginning Blacksmithing Pratt offers one of the few blacksmithing programs in the region. Blacksmithing, or forging, is about transforming and shaping mild steel through the use of heat. Using basic techniques such as hammering, twisting, tapers, bends, and splits, you will have the opportunity to create sculptural and functional objects. Everyone is welcome, whether you're interested in taking more advanced blacksmithing classes or you just want a basic understanding of the process. Prerequisite: None Class #2042tAlair Wells Mon., 6-10pm, 6/27 - 8/8 (no class 7/4) 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $330/Master Member: $297 Class #2043tPatrick Maher Tues., 6-10pm, 7/12 - 8/16 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $330/Master Member: $297

Stonecarving Stonecarving I

Create a decorative trellis for your garden! After reviewing shop safety and blacksmithing techniques such as tapering and drawing out, punching, splitting, twisting, scrolling, and leaf forming, you will follow a simple trellis design that also allows room for your own creativity. This is a great workshop to learn traditional techniques from a professional blacksmith and create a finished product you can be proud of. Open to all skill levels. Prerequisite: None

Stonecarving has captured the imagination of artists throughout history for its permanence, tactility, and sensual beauty. Take advantage of Pratt’s stone yard facility and begin working with soft stone. You’ll learn both ancient and modern reductive sculpting techniques with hand carving tools, power tools, and pneumatics. This is a great way to learn about types of stone and how to work with them while producing a small piece by the end of the class. Prerequisite: None Class #2055tAnthony Brigance Cook Sun., 1:30-5:30pm, 7/10 - 8/28 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $430/Master Member: $387

Photo courtesy of the artist

Stonecarving II In this class for continuing stonecarving students, you'll learn how to design a piece from start to finish -- from sketching on paper to using your skills to transfer that design to stone. The class will include further discussion of tools, types of stone, and a deeper exploration of carving processes. To get the most out of this class, you must be comfortable with using hand, power, and pneumatic carving tools. Prerequisite: Stonecarving I

Workshop: Forged Garden Trellis

Class #2061tLauren Osmolski Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/9 - 7/10 2 Sessions Non-member: $220/Master Member: $198

Lauren Osmolski, Untitled, Forged steel and copper

Class #2056tSabah Al-Dhaher Sun., 9am-1pm, 7/24 - 8/28 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $320/Master Member: $288

Foundry Introduction to Bronze Casting Learn the ancient 'lost wax' casting process. First, you'll learn basic moldmaking to duplicate a design in wax. This wax copy is then 'invested' in a plaster and sand mixture. Then the wax will be burned out of the plaster, leaving a void to be filled with bronze. Finally, finish your bronze and color it through 'chasing' and 'patination' techniques. All materials except the cost of bronze are included in class fee. Prerequisite: None Class #2035tMark Walker Thurs., 6-10pm, 7/14 - 9/1 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $440/Master Member: $396

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Iron Casting

NEW Advanced Iron Projects

Class #2045tVance Wolfe Wed., 6-10pm, 6/29 1 Session Non-member: $60/Master Member: $54

Introduction to Welding and Metal Fabrication Introduce yourself to the useful and versatile skills needed to begin working with steel. You'll learn oxy-acetylene and MIG welding as well as plasma-cutting and metal fabrication equipment including the bandsaw, chopsaw, coldsaw, drillpress, grinders, shears, and benders. This class is designed for anyone looking to incorporate metal into their artistic and technical vocabulary. Attending the first two classes is imperative. Class includes a blacksmithing demonstration. Prerequisite: None

Master Member registration April 10–17

Class #2057tBill Baber Wed., 6-10pm, 7/13 - 8/31 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $450/Master Member: $405

Creative Metalworking - Forging and Welding Gain a basic understanding of forging, metalforming, and welding in this introductory class. Learn how to bend, shape, twist, texture, and join steel to create decorative and organic forms without focusing too heavily on traditional, more technical processes of Pratt's other blacksmithing classes. By combining elements of fabrication and metal forming, you'll become comfortable in both shops and get a taste for the techniques you might want to explore more at Pratt. Prerequisite: None Class #2052tCarla Grahn Thurs., 6-10pm, 6/30 - 8/4 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $340/Master Member: $306

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Class #2047tCarla Grahn Sun., 9am-1pm, 7/10 - 8/28 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $450/Master Member: $405

Continuing welders and fabricators: take this class to expand your skills and learn TIG welding for stainless steel, aluminum, and bronze. Learn how to design and plan a project, including layout, preparing cost estimates, purchasing materials, and troubleshooting fabrication problems. Bring your own ideas and learn processes to help you complete your project. Prerequisite: Welding I Class #2054tBill Baber Thurs., 9am-1pm, 7/7 - 8/25 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $450/Master Member: $405

Class #2046tJames Salay Tues., 6-10pm, 7/26 1 Session Non-member: $60/Master Member: $54

Class #2048tVance Wolfe Tues., 6-10pm, 7/5 - 8/30 (no class 7/26) 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $450/Master Member: $405

Welding II

jewelry/metalsmithing

Class #2038tAlex Montgomery Sat.-Sun., 9am-6:30pm, 7/9 & 10am-Noon, 7/10 2 Sessions, One Free Friday Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Spend an evening welding. This class is designed as a short, fun welding experience, and demonstration of the MIG welding process. It is a great opportunity to explore what the Pratt fabrication shop has to offer, and make a sculpture or small stand. If you're not sure if you want to take a full length welding class, this is an entertaining way to try it out before registering. Prerequisite: None

Class #2050tBill Baber Mon., 6-10pm, 7/11 - 8/29 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $450/Master Member: $405

warm glass

This class is for experienced iron casters who are comfortable making molds and investments independently, then meeting as a group to pour. The stone yard will be available before the pour to make your molds, prepare patterns, and crack iron and coke. Work as a team the day of the pour with the instructor’s supervision. During the second class you will collect your castings and clean up the pour area. Sand and chemicals can be purchased by the pound. Prerequisite: Iron Casting or equivalent experience

Welding Night

While covering the same technical material as Introduction to Welding and Metal Fabrication, this class is designed to also increase your understanding of sculpture and the elements and principles of 3D design. You will become familiar with welding processes, as well as plasma cutting and shop equipment. By blending both technical and aesthetic skills, you will gain confidence working with steel and also see and create with purpose. Attending the first two classes is mandatory. Prerequisite: None

hot glass

Class #2037tAlair Wells Wed., 6-10pm, 7/27 - 8/31 & Sat., 9am-5pm, 8/27 7 Sessions Non-member: $450/Master Member: $405

Class #2051tMarc Mullin Sun., 1:30-5:30pm, 7/17 - 8/7 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $220/Master Member: $198

Introduction to Welding and the Sculptural Form

sculpture

We are excited to offer this rare opportunity to participate in a cast iron pour. Casting iron is a unique process that recycles old cast iron and the resulting work has distinctive properties compared with other cast metals. In this class, you will be guided through the process of making patterns and setting sand molds, and finally, work cooperatively while participating in the pour. The instructor has many years of experience working with the material and will be joined by several experienced casters to assist with the class. Prerequisite: None

This class is suited for students wanting to learn some forging, metal forming, and MIG welding processes. You'll learn how to bend, shape, twist, texture, and join steel to realize decorative projects and organic forms without focusing too heavily on traditional, more technical processes. By combining elements of both fabrication and metal forming, you'll become comfortable in the shops and learn techniques you might want to explore more in the future. Prerequisite: None

diverse disciplines

Class #2085tLee Campbell Sat., 9am-1pm, 7/16 - 8/6 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $270/Master Member: $243

Introduction to Decorative Metalworking

Introduction to Welding and Metal Fabrications continued: Class #2049tMark Rudis Sun., 6-10pm, 7/10 - 8/28 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $450/Master Member: $405

printmaking

Intended for experienced investment casters, this class will provide the time, materials, guidance, and a pour! Day one: discuss project and sprue your prepared wax pattern. Day two: invest your work. Day three: cast. Day four: devest and finish your piece. You'll be allowed one single or two small investments. Come to the first class with a completed wax pattern or mold ready to pour your wax positive. The cost of bronze is not included in the tuition. Prerequisite: Introduction to Bronze Casting

Fabrication

drawing & painting

Advanced Bronze Pour


drawing & painting

GALLERY IN THE GARDEN EXHIBITION

printmaking

Join Pratt Fine Arts Center and Swanson’s Nursery as we celebrate summer in the garden. Stroll through Swanson’s five acres of lush parklike displays and enjoy a beautiful exhibition featuring works of glass and sculpture by Larry Calkins, Patrick Maher, Armelle Bouchet O’Neill and Bart Turner.

OPENING NIGHT CELEBRATION FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2011, 6-9PM

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Enjoy a beautiful evening surrounded by an array of art, gorgeous gardens, friends, food and festivities all benefiting Pratt Fine Arts Center. $50 Admission Exhibition Hours July 16-31, 2011 9am-6pm Free Admission Swanson’s Nursery 9701 15th Ave NW Seattle, WA 98117

THE CHAIR AUCTION Pratt has partnered with the Seattle Design Center to undertake a project pairing the creativity of artists and designers to create unique, unexpected versions of an everyday household item: the chair. Each team started with the bones of a chair provided by Chicago furniture maker Baker, which they altered to express their collaborative vision. The chairs are making their way around the city and can currently be seen on display at McCaw Hall. They will end their journey on August 19th when they will be auctioned off with proceeds benefiting Pratt. Artists participating in the project include Laura Ward, Steve Jensen, Chris McMullen, Larry Calkins, Tom DeGroot, Piper O’Neill, Romson Bustillo, Brian Murphy, Jared Rue and Judith Kindler. Artwork by participating artists is featured in a group show at the Seattle Design Center through August 2011. Steven Jensen

Tom de Groot

Larry Calkins

Piper O'Neill

For more information about the Chair Project Auction contact Brandi Clark at bclark@pratt.org. THE CHAIR PROJECT AUCTION FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2011 AT SEATTLE DESIGN CENTER

Jared Rue

Photo credit: James Harnois

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drawing & painting

hot glass Hot Glass Casting

printmaking

Glass Casting I

diverse disciplines

If you are fascinated with hot glass, try casting it! Ladle molten glass into molds pressed into sand. Learn about sand molds and how to use other mold-making techniques such as plaster bandage, steel, and CO2-bonded sand. Participate in weekly demonstrations and discussions. This is a fun and active class that requires 100% student involvement. Work as part of a team for safe and efficient use of the studio. Beginners and continuing students are welcome! Prerequisite: None Class #1961tCathy Chase Wed. & Sat., 6-10pm, 8/20 - 8/31 4 Sessions, Free Fridays to the Coldshop with Current Coldshop Access Card Non-member: $460/Master Member: $414

Glassblowing Discover the universal appeal of shaping molten glass. Ease yourself into this art form with individualized instruction that covers all the basics of glassblowing, from gathering glass from the furnace, to blowing and shaping bubbles. Learn to use the marver, shape with jacks, and begin paper shaping. In addition, learn valuable techniques and safety rules that will give you a solid foundation on which to build your skills. In this class, you will have plenty of time to practice. Prerequisite: None

Workshop: Introduction to Glassblowing

Intermediate Glassblowing

Beginner glass enthusiasts: here's your chance to try your hand at this fascinating and engaging art form. You will learn to gather glass from the furnace, blow, shape bubbles, and much more. Gain an appreciation for this process while you create paperweights and other basic forms with individualized assistance from the instructor. Prerequisite: None Class #1953tDonna McCord Sat.-Sun., 1:45-5:45pm, 7/9 - 7/10 2 Sessions Non-member: $190/Master Member: $171 Class #1954tHugh Willa Sat.-Sun., 1:45-5:45pm, 7/30 - 7/31 2 Sessions Non-member: $190/Master Member: $171 Class #2087 Julie Bergen Sat.-Sun., 1:45-5:45pm, 8/27 - 8/28 2 Sessions Non-member: $190/Master Member: $171

Expand on and refine your basic glassblowing skills while working with the four basic shapes: bowl, cone, vase, and cylinder. Learn about teamwork and tool use as well as annealer and glory hole operation. Explore all the details of bits, handles, lip wraps, and beginning color application. Learn to design by creating a piece of your own and analyzing the steps needed to complete it. Students are encouraged to repeat this class before registering for Experienced Intermediate Glassblowing. Prerequisite: Beginning Glassblowing Class #1956tRachel Rader Mon., 6-10pm, 7/11 - 8/29 8 Sessions, Free Fridays to the Coldshop with Current Coldshop Access Card Non-member: $700/Master Member: $630

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Class #1955tJeanne Marie Ferraro Sun., 6-10pm, 7/10 - 8/28 8 Sessions, Free Fridays to the Coldshop with Current Coldshop Access Card Non-member: $690/Master Member: $621

Photo Credit: Daniel Fox

jewelry/metalsmithing

Beginning Glassblowing

Rachel Rader, Her Majesty’s Feast, Austrian crystals, blown, sculpted and sand-cast glass, 2011

warm glass

Class # 1788tTheresa Batty Wed., 6-10pm, 6/15 - 7/20 6 Sessions, Free Fridays to the Coldshop with Current Coldshop Access Card Non-member: $510/Master Member: $459

hot glass

Are you a painter, sculptor, photographer, or multidisciplinary artist who wants to try glass? This course will give experienced casters and those who are curious the chance to experiment and explore using hot glass. Learn to make and use rigid sand cores, solid inclusions, and various ways to utilize the optics and light transmitting properties of hot cast glass. Team work and physical labor are essential to this process. Prerequisite: Previous casting or moldmaking is helpful but not required

sculpture

Experiments in Hot Casting


drawing & painting printmaking diverse disciplines sculpture hot glass warm glass jewelry/metalsmithing youth/teen

Experienced Intermediate Glassblowing

Intensive: Glass Form, Your Form, and What's In-between

Learning to blow glass is like learning to play a musical instrument; it takes a lot of practice and expert instruction. Develop a working routine and method to refine shapes and thin forms using steady heat and efficient moves. Focus on more complicated handles and bits, blown feet, roller wrap, heat, and serve lip wraps. Learn to use the garage, optic molds, and the fluffy torch. Prerequisite: At least two quarters of Intermediate Glassblowing or equivalent

This class will focus on the motions in glassblowing that are not always noticed: precision heating, posture, and efficient movement. Break down the basics in this class so that you can improve your technical ability by understanding your individual difficulties. Dialogue about execution as well as aesthetics will be encouraged. More complex techniques like optic twists, cane, and handles will be demonstrated and tackled, with the understanding that basics should be understood first. Prerequisite: Two years recent glassblowing

Class #1957tRaya Friday Thurs., 6-10pm, 7/14 - 9/1 8 Sessions, Free Fridays to the Coldshop with Current Coldshop Access Card Non-member: $700/Master Member: $630

Advanced Glassblowing Are you ready to take your glass work to the next level? Develop the skills to work bigger, longer, and create more complicated pieces. Learn advanced color application and theory, sealed pieces, and switch access while refining your skills. Teamwork and problem-solving will be emphasized including serving more complicated punties! Each session will include a demonstration and time to practice. Prerequisite: 1½ years glassblowing experience Class #1958tRichard Langley Tues., 6-10pm, 7/12 - 8/16 6 Sessions, Free Fridays to the Coldshop with Current Coldshop Access Card Non-member: $530/Master Member: $477

NEW Workshop: Beyond Function Hot Sculpting Have you ever wanted to break away from traditional vessel making and start to express yourself by making nonfunctional objects? Through demonstrations and discussions, learn to problem solve ideas from sketchbook to the pipe. Learn to use the hot torch as a tool for heating specific areas and adding refined detail. Assemble parts from the garage, manipulate hot bits as a gaffer, and bring bits as an assistant. Teamwork and communication will become second nature by the end of this course. Prerequisite: One year recent hot shop experience Class #1960tManny Krakowski Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/13 - 8/14 2 Sessions Non-member: $350/Master Member: $315

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Class #1959tJanusz Pozniak Thurs.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/4 - 8/7 4 Sessions Non-member: $700/Master Member: $630

Coldworking Manny Krakowski, Chair, Hot sculpted glass, 2011

Introduction to Coldworking Welcome to the wonderful world of coldworking! Start with the basics and build from there. Learn to cut, carve, polish, and sandblast glass while practicing safe use of all cold shop equipment. This class will include daily demonstrations. Expect to work hard and have fun! Prerequisite: None

Photo courtesy of the artist

Class #1972tRebecca Chernow Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/9 - 7/10 2 Sessions Non-member: $290/Master Member: $261 Class #1973tRebecca Chernow Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/27 - 8/28 2 Sessions Non-member: $290/Master Member: $261

Chemical Hazards in the Arts: Hot and Cold Glass Join us for a free workshop on how to create art while protecting yourself and the environment from chemical hazards. Hazards can come from the materials and techniques commonly used in hot and cold glass. Improper chemical use can harm you and improper disposal can harm the environment. Led by an expert from King County, this interactive presentation will address risks posed by some of the chemicals used in this discipline. Bring your questions. Prerequisite: None Class #2090tDave Waddell Wed., 6-9pm, 8/17 1 Session Course Fee: FREE

2011

Master Member registration April 10–17


drawing & painting

warm glass Kiln Forming

printmaking

Kiln Forming Open Studio

diverse disciplines

Be inspired by fellow members of the kilnforming glass community in this six hour open studio. Bring your own glass to create projects and enjoy access to tools, kilns and non-glass supplies. The studio will be staffed for guidance and to answer questions. Kiln space and firing types are based on interest and attendance. No reservations or deposits are required, just drop in during our scheduled sessions. Prerequisite: Beginning Kiln Forming or equivalent $20 3-9pm, July 22

Workshop: Introduction to Fusing and Slumping

sculpture

Learn the fundamentals of one of the most common forms of kiln-glass. Through exercises in glass cutting, demonstrations of layout, and discussions about color combinations, you will gain the foundation to help you design and create three fused and slumped glass plates. During this workshop, you will learn the basics of kilnforming - from types of glass and slumping molds, to kilns and firing schedules. Prerequisite: None

hot glass warm glass

Class #1947tKatie Miller Sat.-Sun., 10am-4pm, 7/9 - 7/10 2 Sessions Non-member: $210/Master Member: $189

Beginning Kiln Forming

Class #1948tKari Goldstein Tues., 6-10pm, 7/26 - 8/30 6 Sessions Non-member: $340/Master Member: $306

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NEW Hip to be Square... The square will be used as the 'hip' format for exploring relief, texture, pattern, and surface in kiln worked glass. You will primarily focus on 'open faced molds' both traditional and non-traditional. A breadth of construction methods will be covered. Working primarily with clear glass, experiment with opacity and transparency by employing multiple coldworking techniques and

cold color finishes. This class may serve as an introduction or extension to your current knowledge or future endeavors with glass, sculpture, and design. Prerequisite: None Class #1974tElizabeth Perkins Wed., 6-10pm, 7/13 - 8/17 6 Sessions Non-member: $340/Master Member: $306

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Elizabeth Perkins, Color Lace Mural, Pate de Verre Cast Glass, 2010

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Learn the basic techniques of kiln formed glass. Through discussions, demonstrations and hands-on experience, you will become adept at glass cutting, discover effects made possible by differing temperatures in the kiln, and learn about design and compositional elements - including basic color theory. Kiln firing schedules, basic coldworking, and slumping techniques will round out your introduction to kilnformed glass. This course will provide you with a solid foundation in kilnforming which will allow you to take more focused workshops and advanced intensives. Prerequisite: None


drawing & painting printmaking diverse disciplines sculpture hot glass warm glass jewelry/metalsmithing youth/teen

Kiln Casting II - A Short Course

Beadmaking II

Looking for an opportunity to refine your skills in kiln casting? This class will focus on problem solving and advancing your mold making skills. Come with one or two prepared wax positives to the first class and be ready to get right to work. This short course will offer two opportunities to put work in the kiln. Coldworking and finishing will also be discussed. Prerequisite: Kiln Casting I or equivalent

Refine and improve the technical quality of your glass beads. In this class, you will develop expertise in encasing, shaping, and manipulating beads. Surface decoration, color application, and hollow bead making will also be covered. Learn everything you need to know to take your beadmaking skills to the next level. Prerequisite: Beadmaking I Class #1968tStacy Frost Wed., 9am-1pm, 7/6 - 8/10 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $290/Master Member: $261

Class #1950tSusan Balshor Tues., 6-10pm, 8/9 - 8/30 4 Sessions, Free Friday Access to the Mold room Non-member: $250/Master Member: $225 Elizabeth Perkins, Hay Bale, Slumped float glass, 2010 Photo courtesy of the artist

Workshop: Strip Cut Construction In "Strip Cut Construction," the project is composed of precisely cut strips of glass, cut as wide as the thickness of the body of the piece. Learn to achieve very precise designs by varying the colors and the arrangement of the strips. This method is time-consuming and exact, but the results are worth it! Make test panels, and learn cutting methods as well as coldworking and slumping thicker work. Prerequisite: Fusing I Class #1949tKatie Miller Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/6 - 8/7 2 Sessions Non-member: $260/Master Member: $234

Introduction to Pate de Verre 'Pate de Verre' is the ancient glass technique of working with glass pastes. Jump into this introductory class where you'll learn the methods to create glass pieces with the sugary finish of Pate de Verre. Create clay positives, take a plaster/silica mold, and then fill the mold with glass pastes. Come play with glass frits and powders and have fun working with glass in a whole new way! Prerequisite: None Class #1951tKatie Miller Wed., 6-10pm, 7/13 - 7/20 2 Sessions Non-member: $150/Master Member: $135

Class #1969tCheryl Matson Wed., 6-10pm, 7/13 - 8/31 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $370/Master Member: $333

Beadmaking Workshop: Introduction to Beadmaking

Workshop: Painting on Beads

Glass beadmaking is your chance to work hot glass on a small scale at a bench torch. Learn techniques including molten glass manipulation, basic bead shapes, stringers for surface embellishment, marving for shaping, surface design application, bead cleaning, annealing in a kiln or vermiculite, and more. Although oriented toward beginners, continuing students are also welcome! Prerequisite: None

Create more detail and visual depth on the surface of beads using enamel glass paints. Learn simple techniques to paint fine lines, details, and tiny murals on your beads. Creating small paintings on sheet glass, to be picked up on a bead, will also be covered. While new beads will be made during class, please come prepared with pre-made beads as well. Prerequisite: Beadmaking I

Class #1966tDonna Prunkard Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/16 - 7/17 2 Sessions Non-member: $210/Master Member: $189

Class #1970tCheryl Matson Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/30 - 7/31 2 Sessions Non-member: $210/Master Member: $189

Beadmaking I

Flameworking

Get started making glass beads and marbles! This is a great opportunity to work with hot glass on a small scale. In addition to the basics, you'll learn bead shaping and how to work with frit, stringers, and murrini construction and application. This is your first step into the endless opportunities in the art of beadmaking. Prerequisite: None Class #1967tStacy Frost Thurs., 9am-1pm, 7/7 - 8/11 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $290/Master Member: $261

NEW Delectable Eatables Learn how to create 'eatable' sculptures on the torch. Using soft glass, create sculptures dripping with maple syrup, plump with ripeness, and ready to 'eat'. With the introduction of blowpipes and punties, build on your experience with soft glass and go beyond just making beads. Through demonstrations and individual instruction broaden your skills at the torch and create 'eatable' masterpieces. Prerequisite: Beadmaking I or equivalent

Flameworking I Learn the fundamentals of flameworking, melting, and manipulating glass over a benchtop torch. Explore the artistic possibilities of this warm glass technique used for creating everything from beads to vessels to sculptures. You will learn about tools, safety, equipment, and techniques of this versatile and popular art form. The emphasis of this class is on borosilicate glass. Beginning and returning students are welcome. Prerequisite: None Class #1963tJames Minson Thurs., 6-10pm, 7/14 - 8/18 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $370/Master Member: $333

Class #1971tRachel Rader Tues., 6-10pm, 7/26 - 8/30 6 Sessions Non-member: $290/Master Member: $261

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Workshop: Flameworking II

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Take your flameworking skills to the next level and learn standards of boroscilicate techniques, including advanced hollow forms, incalmo, proper use of a blow hose, and goblet production. Applications of colored glass and annealing processes will also be discussed. Prerequisite: Flameworking I Class #2062tJustin Bagley Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/6 - 8/7 2 Sessions Non-member: $250/Master Member: $225

Workshop: Marbles and Pendants

diverse disciplines

Marbles and pendants are beautiful objects in their own right and also make wonderful elements in more complicated jewelry and sculpture. Learn tube implosions, flat cane, and more! Explore a wide range of designs including flowers and vortex. Other topics covered will be pendant hoops, rounding marbles, and color techniques. Turn your creative ideas into finished work with hands-on experience and instruction. Prerequisite: None

sculpture

Class #1965tJustin Bagley Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/9 - 7/10 2 Sessions Non-member: $250/Master Member: $225

Workshop: The Roger Parramore Experience Rachel Rader, Anemone Tart from Her Majesty’s Feast, Sculpted glass

hot glass

Photo by Daniel Fox

warm glass

Steep yourself in a long weekend of lampworking with one of the world's foremost artists in this medium. This will be an introduction to Roger's philosophy, techniques, and the psychology of his approach to lampworking. Come ready to absorb a lot of information quickly as we explore heat, goblets, and vessel forms in borosilicate glass. An intense submersion, this class is designed for experienced lampworkers ready to move to the next level or stout-of-heart beginners wanting to know what it's all about. Prerequisite: Flameworking I

jewelry/metalsmithing

Class #1924tRoger Parramore Tues.-Fri., 9:30am-5:30pm, 6/21 - 6/24 4 Sessions Non-member: $460/Master Member: $414

Chemical Hazards in the Arts: Warm Glass

Class #2089tDave Waddell Tues., 6-9pm, 7/19 1 Session Course Fee: FREE

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Join us for a free workshop on how to create art while protecting yourself and the environment from chemical hazards. Hazards can come from the materials and techniques commonly used in warm glass. Improper chemical use can harm you and improper disposal can harm the environment. Led by an expert from King County, this interactive presentation will address risks posed by some of the chemicals used in this discipline. Bring your questions. Prerequisite: None


Jewelry/Metalsmithing II Fabrication Start to Finish Learn about fabrication as you work towards completion of a box or locket. You'll learn new techniques for roller printing, create dies to use with the hydraulic press, use a metal plow and brake to score and bend metal, and form metal through chasing and repoussé. Next, you'll make hinges and catches. Lastly, you'll learn about refining your surfaces through various treatments (sandblasting, high-shine buffing, and the magnetic tumbler). Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmithing I or equivalent Class #2084tRoger Horner Thurs., 9am-1pm, 7/14 - 9/1 (no class 8/11) 7 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $310/Master Member: $279

Stone Setting - Bezel and Beyond

Julia Harrison, The Dozen Rosebuds, Brooches - Maple, pear, cherry, mountain mahogany, pearls, gouache, lacquer, wax, magnets, nickel, 2005 Photo courtesy of artist

Intensive: Jewelry/Metalsmithing I with Amy Reeves

Jewelry/Metalsmithing I

Cabochon, faceted or free form stone, found object – if you have it, you can learn how to set it! Although the basic bezel is a great place to start, many other settings often work better for a particular stone or better highlight its unique qualities. Expand your repertoire! Demonstrations include bezel, basket, prong, post, turtle, tube, flush, channel settings, and more. You will produce both samples and finished elements for jewelry applications. Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmithing I and ability to solder independently

If your schedule doesn't accommodate a longer class, this jewelry intensive is for you. Starting at the bench the very first day, you will learn all the basics: sawing, piercing, filing, soldering, riveting, bezel setting, surface design techniques, using patinas, and finishing. With the instructor's guidance, you'll work on your own designs that will also give you practice at what you're learning. By the end of class, you will have finished pieces to take home with you. Prerequisite: None

Designed for beginners and those needing a refresher, this class introduces students to the fundamentals of metalworking. Via demonstrations, individualized instruction, and plenty of practice, you will develop basic skills in sawing, filing, soldering, riveting, texturing, and polishing, as well as the safe use of power and hand tools and studio chemicals. We encourage you to repeat this class with several teachers, not only to strengthen your skills, but also to benefit from the expertise of each instructor. Prerequisite: None

Class #1927tAmy Reeves Thurs.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/7 - 7/10 4 Sessions Non-member: $350/Master Member: $315

Class #1929tVirginia Causey Wed., 9am-1pm, 7/13 - 8/17 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $260/Master Member: $234

Get good at soldering and broaden your design horizon. This class will present challenges and a lot of opportunity for soldering. You will explore building up extreme surface textures. You will design and make containers, settings, chains, a brooch pin, and hinges. You will probably take home four finished pieces and samples. Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmtihing I or equivalent

Class #1931tSarah Gascoigne Thurs., 6-10pm, 7/14 - 8/25 (no class 7/28) 6 sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $260/Master Member: $234

Class #1934tSarah Gascoigne Wed., 6-10pm, 7/13 - 8/24 (no class 7/27) 6 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $270/Master Member: $243

Class #1928tJennifer Stenhouse Tues., 6-10pm, 7/12 - 8/30 8 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $360/Master Member: $324

NEW Soldering & Surfaces

Class #1932tSusanne Lechler Osborn Thurs., 1:30-5:30pm, 7/14 - 8/25 (no class 8/11) 6 sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $260/Master Member: $234

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sculpture

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Class #1933tSusanne Lechler Osborn Sun., 6-10pm, 7/17 - 8/28 6 Sessions, Free Fridays (no class 8/14) Non-member: $260/Master Member: $234

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Filigree and Granulation

Class #1938tRoger Horner Wed., 9am-1pm, 8/24 - 8/31 2 Sessions Non-member: $100/Master Member: $90

Workshop: PMC & BronzClay! Precious Metal Clay and BronzClay are remarkable substances that are worked like clay, but fire into solid metal objects that can be manipulated just like raw metal. Come learn how to make hollow forms, beads, molds, and texturing stamps. You'll also learn how to solder, enamel, and finish your fired pieces. Experimentation is encouraged! This workshop accommodates beginner through advanced students, and may be repeated. Supply fee is included in the tuition. Prerequisite: None Class #1941tVirginia Causey Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/30 - 7/31 2 Sessions Non-member: $280/Master Member: $252

Class #1943tJulia Harrison Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/13 - 8/14 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

NEW Workshop: Flatware Servers, Rice or Vegetable Add to your metalsmithing skills by learning how to make a stunning golden-colored silicon bronze rice or vegetable server. Using step by step instructions, and under the instructor's guidance, you will saw, roll, and forge the two elements that form the server. Provided templates will guide you for each step. After filing, hammer texturing, and final assembly you'll have a future family heirloom. This is a great class for those who like to hammer metal! Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmtihing I or equivalent Class #1940tRoger Horner Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/23 - 7/24 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

This workshop will focus on using the humble drill bit to unlock wood's potential as a versatile and accessible jewelry material. Working with wood blanks, you will shape and finish at least one piece of wood jewelry using basic woodworking techniques and readily available tools such as saws, files, burnishers, and sandpaper. The instructor will also show you how to make and attach simple but effective findings and to seal the surface of the wood appropriately. After the first piece is completed, you'll put your drill into overdrive, and tackle more advanced decorative techniques including resin inlay, pique, setting stones, and katagami patterning. Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmithing I or equivalent

NEW Get It & Go: The Jeweler's Saw Learn to get the most from this tool! Having trouble with your pierced designs? Did you know that your saw can be used in a wide variety of techniques? This class will help the beginning student adjust their technique and correct any problems that are causing frustration, as well as reveal useful tips and tricks. Class includes designing for piercing, applications beyond sheet metal, and "what else is this thing good for?" Prerequisite: None Class #1944tPeggy Foy Sat., 10am-4pm, 8/27 1 Session Non-member: $80/Master Member: $72

jewelry/metalsmithing

Short and sweet, this class is designed to teach you about steel and tool making as you work on completing two indispensable metalsmith's tools. Finally understand by experience what it means to harden and temper steel, and how steel behaves differently from the nonferrous metals you're used to working with. Take home your own center punch and bezel pusher. Prerquisite: Jewelry/Metalsmtihing I or equivalent

Workshop: Jewelry that Grows on Trees

warm glass

NEW Tool Making - Center Punches & Bezel Pushers

Class #1942tJennifer Stenhouse Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 8/6 - 8/7 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

hot glass

Class #1936tJennifer Stenhouse Tues., 1:30-5:30pm, 8/9 - 8/30 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Class #1939tMicki Lippe Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 7/16 - 7/17 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Most people know of cuttlefish bone as parakeet food. You'll cast directly into it in this workshop! Because you can carve, scrape, and press into it so easily, cuttlefish bone makes a perfect receptacle for molten metal. It's a quick, low-tech, and inexpensive way to bring casting into your home studio. Pratt will provide bronze for students; those wishing to work in silver should bring their own shot or scrap. Prerequisite: None

sculpture

Learn two ancient techniques with contemporary applications for jewelry and sculpture designs. You'll learn how to do sterling granulation and filigree with good results in a small studio and on a budget. There will be time in class to create samples and work using your new skills as well as studio access on the Fridays that correspond to your weekly class meetings. Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmtihing I or equivalent

Learn to design and make your own handmade chains! Using beads, wire, sheet, or alternative materials, you'll rivet, roll print, dap forms, and make slotted shapes as you create unique chains and findings – the sky is the limit! The class will begin with exercises to jumpstart the creative process, which will lead to your completing five different chain samples and one finished chain (although you may chose to spend the whole time working on samples). Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmtihing I or equivalent and ability to solder

diverse disciplines

Class #1937tSarah Gascoigne Wed., 1:30-5:30pm, 8/3 - 8/24 4 Sessions, Free Fridays Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

NEW Workshop: Cuttlefish Casting

printmaking

Explore a technique that has been used since antiquity. Using small punches, you'll create designs in low or high relief, adding texture and form to your work. The hydraulic press will help you create repeated forms to develop. Choose your own designs or rise to the challenge of working from microphotography as you create small tiles or jewelry pieces. You will also learn to make a few custom tools. Your individual projects and needs will be encouraged and accommodated. Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmithing I or equivalent

NEW Workshop: Unchain My Heart!

drawing & painting

Chasing and Repoussé

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NEW Workshop: Origami and Adornment

Chemical Hazards in the Arts Jewelry/Metalsmithing

How does the 2-dimensional become 3-dimensional in the process of designing and creating jewelry? In this class we will experiment with creating adornment out of origami tessellations – a geometric way to create volume and pattern in a single material. Starting with paper models, we'll create several tessellations before composing a final pendant, bracelet, or brooch from our paper samples. Then we'll recreate our model from durable materials such as metal, leather, plastic, or any other flat material you can imagine! Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmtihing I or equivalent

Join us for a free workshop on creating art while protecting yourself and the environment from chemical hazards. Hazards can come from the materials and techniques commonly used in creating jewelry and working metal (like fluxes, pickle, solvents, and toxic dusts). Improper chemical use can harm you, and improper disposal can harm the environment. Led by an expert from King County, this interactive presentation will address risks posed by some of the chemicals used in this discipline. Bring your questions. Prerequisite: None

Class #1945tJulia Heineccius Sat.-Sun., 9:30am-5:30pm, 9/3 - 9/4 2 Sessions Non-member: $200/Master Member: $180

Class #1946tDave Waddell Sat., 12-3pm, 8/20 1 Session FREE

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Julia Heineccius, Nfolded, Necklace - Fine and Sterling silver, leather, 2011

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Youth in Free Teen Screenprinting Workshop, 2011

jewelry/metalsmithing

summer teen art weeks

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hot glass

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Teen Quarterly Classes

Teen Weeklong Intensives

Teen Weekend Workshops

Teen Glassblowing

Teen Blockprinting

Teen Fusing Glass in 3-D

Beginning and experienced students are both welcome in this small, focused studio class. You will build a solid foundation as you learn to shape glass and create forms. Students must be a minimum of 15 years old. Prerequisite: None

Explore this expressive medium with a printmaking master! In this weeklong workshop you will explore light, shadow, lines, and curves. Take your imagination and carve it in to a linoleum block! Learn how to print your images to perfection in both black and white or color to make prints, cards, and more!

In this class you will get to sample multiple methods of shaping glass in a kiln. Learn the basics of glass fusing and preparing slumping molds to create handkerchief bowls, plates, and 3-D reliefs, along with coasters and fridge magnets.

Class #2074tArmelle Bouchet O'Neill Sun., 10am-1:30pm, 7/10 - 7/31 4 Sessions All students: $230

Teen Screenprinting Experiment with stencils, photographic, and direct drawing processes while you learn to create a silkscreen image. Bring in found objects, photographs and drawings to create your own t-shirts, posters and more! Class #2075tKerstin Graudins Sun., 6:30-9pm, 7/10 - 8/14 6 Sessions All students: $190

hot glass

sculpture

youth art works

Class #2078tTheresa Neinas Mon.-Fri., 10am-2pm, 7/18 - 7/22 5 Sessions All students: $210

Teen Sculpture Fundamentals Using plaster, wood, glue, found objects, recycled materials and mixed media you will explore the basic elements of sculpture: line, volume, form, mass, texture, and space. By creating two or three projects, you will discover the fun of making 3-D art for the yard, a table centerpiece, or for display in your room. Class #2077tAlair Wells Mon.-Fri., 10am-2pm, 8/1 - 8/5 5 Sessions All students: $240

Teen Flameworking In this weekend workshop you will learn how to manipulate molten glass over a benchtop torch to create a variety of glass beads and small sculptures. Safety, creativity, and fun are emphasized! Class #2079tRachel Rader Sat.-Sun., 10am-1:30pm, 7/23 - 7/24 2 Sessions All students: $90

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Class #2076tKari Goldstein Sat.-Sun., 2-5pm, 7/23 - 7/24 2 Sessions All students: $90

Come join us for a week of awesome art making! Art week packages include welding, hot glass beadmaking, screenprinting, sculpture, painting, drawing, felting, sculpture, glassblowing, jewelry making, and more. For more information contact Lily Hotchkiss, Youth Art Works Coordinator, at 328-220 x224 or lhotchkiss@pratt.org or visit www.pratt.org Photo credit: Sarah Fish

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In this class you will learn eight elements of art using birds as the common thread. Each session will explore the concepts and vocabulary of a single element. Create take-home project such as bird monoprints, felted eggs, collages, still lives with nests, art trading cards, and more! Class #2071tTrisha Gilmore Sat., 10-11:30am, 7/2 - 8/20 8 Sessions All students: $100

Clay Creatures! (Ages 5-7)

Free Teen Screen!

Class #2072tAmaranta Ibarra-Sandys Sat., 12-1:30pm, 7/2 - 8/20 8 Sessions All students: $120

In this free workshop for middle and high school students, get a hands-on look at screenprinting. Bring a t-shirt and come prepared to make something fun to wear! Dinner included.

(Ages 11-14) Class #2070tSara Ferguson Sat., 2-4pm, 7/2 - 8/20 8 Sessions Course Fee: FREE

Build your own Skateboard! (Ages 11-14)

Class #2080 Kerstin Graudins Sat., 5-9pm, 7/2 1 Session All students: FREE

Pratt's ARTSpark Program

Class #2073tNathan Van Dyken Sat., 2-4pm, 7/2 - 8/20 8 Sessions All students: $160

Contact: Lily Hotchkiss, Youth Art Works Coordinator lhotchkiss@pratt.org / 206-328-2200 x224 Visit Youth Art Works at http://prattyouthartworks.wordpress.com/

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To register for a youth art works class, a parent or guardian must complete and sign the youth registration form. You may fax, mail, or drop off registrations in person. The youth registration form is available at www.pratt.org or in person at Pratt.

jewelry/metalsmithing

Pratt provides children and youth in grades K-12 with free experiential arts education in a wide variety of media to spark young imaginations, create the next generation of artists, and offer opportunities for youth from all backgrounds to build the skills they need to become healthy, inspired adults. Pratt’s free youth programming is offered during the school day, after school, and on weekends at Pratt and nearby partner organizations such as The Seattle Urban League, Chinese Information and Service Center, and Washington Middle School.

warm glass

Build a complete skateboard as you design your own graphics and deck shape. This course will cover the origin and evolution of graphics and shapes from the old school 80’s to the current designs. Cut, sand, and shape a blank deck. Paint, clear coat, add trucks, wheels, bearings, and custom grip tape. Skate out with your very own creation! Tuition includes a skateboard.

hot glass

Free Teen Screenprinting for Middle and High School Students

(Ages 8-10) Class #2069tJaala Smith Sat., 12-1:30pm, 7/2 - 8/20 8 Sessions Course Fee: FREE

sculpture

In this clay hand building class you will learn to pinch, coil, twist, and mold creatures from your imagination and turn them to clay! Will they have horns? Tails? Wings? Thirteen toes? Basic skills in sculpture fundamentals will be introduced.

(Ages 5-7) Class #2068tLily Hotchkiss Sat., 10am-11:30am, 7/2 - 8/20 8 Sessions Course Fee: FREE

diverse disciplines

Our youth programming offers free experiential arts classes to children and youth ages 5-14. Students explore self-expression through painting, drawing, sculpture, and other media as they delve into the elements and vocabulary of art. Activities and mediums change each quarter and priority is given to students from the Central District. Advanced registration is required, and a voluntary, pay-as-you-can tuition of $15-100 is requested.

printmaking

8 Elements of Art - Exploring Birds (Ages 8-10)

drawing & painting

Weekend Classes for Youth K-8!


instructors Romson Regarde Bustillo was born in the Philippines and his work is represented in private and public collections including the Washington State Art Commission, ACRS, Qwest Stadium, and the Wing Luke Asian Museum. He has been an artist in residence and instructor for Pratt, Tacoma Art Museum, SAM, the James and Janie Washington Foundation, Wing Luke Asian Museum, and the Brooklyn Public Library. Larry Calkins uses metal, fabric, pa-

per, paint, drawings, photographs, found objects, wax, and clay in his paintings and sculptures. His work is currently exhibited at American Primitive Gallery in New York City, the Rice/Polak Gallery in Massachusetts, Gallery 500 in Pennsylvania, and G.Gibson Gallery in Seattle. www.calkinsart.com

Alice Case received her MFA in Painting & Drawing from the University of Washington in 2009. Her work has been exhibited in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York, as well as the Henry Art Gallery, Gage Academy of Fine Art, and a solo exhibition at East Shore Gallery in Bellevue.

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Sabah Al-Dhaher was born in Nasriyah, Iraq. He studied classical art at the Institute of Fine Arts in Basra, Iraq and graduated first in his class. Sabah has taught stonecarving at Camp Brotherhood in Mt. Vernon, WA since 1998. Bill Baber received a BFA from the University of Washington. Since 1976, he has taught art classes at The Bush School including: sculpture, painting, ceramics, glass, and computer arts. He has taught at Pratt since 1994. His sculpture and paintings are included in collections throughout the Northwest. Justin Bagley has been working with

glass since 1995. He has studied at Gossamer Glass Studios, Pratt Fine Arts Center and has apprenticed with several Pacific Northwest artists. Justin’s unique

work, made by hand in his Seattle studio, is exhibited locally.

Susan Balshor holds degrees in Sculpture and Philosophy. She has been a scholarship recipient, teaching assistant, artist assistant and on staff, as well as an instructor, at Pilchuck. She was included in Bullseye’s 2008 Emerge and Corning New Glass Review in 2009. Her work is primarily mix-media incorporating bronze, glass, wood, plaster, steel and paint.

ing from the University of Arizona and a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art. He has worked on numerous urban mural projects and has taught at the University of Arizona and Pima Community College. Will’s work has been exhibited in Arizona and Cleveland.

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Anthony Brigance Cook has exhibited sculpture and photography in London, Edinburgh, Los Angeles, Seattle, Boston, and Argyll, Scotland. He received his BFA from Cal Arts and his MFA from the Edinburgh School of Art. Vedika Dietrich is a painter living and working in Seattle. She investigates the creative slipstream between opposites, where the mind disengages and nature takes over. Vedika has taught at the Academy of Art in Honolulu and offers classes in writing and painting. www.artsurgery.com

Virginia Causey has an extensive

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Sara Ferguson’s childhood passion of the urban arts influenced her to become a mural artist. Sara has created many public murals in cities across the nation and in Seattle. She has been on discussion panels for youth in the arts and hopes to create more opportunities for future female artists.

and writer, graduated from the University of Houston with a BFA in Studio Painting and minor in Creative Writing. He has created a number of comics including the graphic novel, Alice in New York, curated numerous art shows with fellow cartoonists, and contributed to various comics anthologies and publications.

Cathy Chase received a BFA from

The Evergreen State College. She has been teaching at Pratt since 1997 and has taught at UrbanGlass in New York, Pilchuck Glass School and the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland. Cathy’s work is represented in private and public collections.

Rebecca Chernow received a BFA Will Bonner received an MFA in Paint-

Kiev State Art Institute in Ukraine. She teaches at Kirkland Arts Center, Seattle Central Community College and Frye Art Museum. Her paintings have been exhibited in numerous group shows and are represented in public and private collections in Canada, US, Russia, and the Ukraine. www.chubotin.aedeneditions. com

Shaun Doll is the founder of Northwest Encaustic and teaches encaustic painting and printmaking classes. His current encaustic work occupies the intersection of print arts and encaustic painting and can be seen at The Susan Woltz Gallery. His print work can be seen in various group shows in the Seattle area. www.nwencaustic.com

background in metal and jewelry fabrication, stone work, metal clay, and other artistic ventures. Her involvement in teaching and creating jewelry art spans four decades. She has taught at Pratt for over 20 years. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.

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Yulia Chubotin received an MFA from

in Glass Sculpture from Alfred University in New York. She has worked in glass studios across the country, including the Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass, the Glass Axis, and Pilchuck Glass School. Rebecca’s work has been exhibited nationally.

Jeanne Marie Ferraro received an MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology‘s School of American Crafts in New York and a BFA from Kent State University in Ohio. She has shown sculpture, paintings, and glass art internationally. She is represented locally by Traver Gallery. Scott Fife has been exhibiting his

sculpture and drawings since 1976 in galleries in Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles and Vancouver, BC and in museums including the Frye Museum (Seattle), the Tacoma Art Museum, the Boise Art Museum, and Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (Spokane). His work was included in the 2008 Art on Paper Biennial at the Weatherspoon Museum of Art in Greensboro, NC. The Missoula Art

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Museum, Montana hosted a solo show of his work in the winter of 2010, and one of his sculptures was included in the Seattle Art Museum exhibition “Kurt” in the spring of 2010. His work has been written about in the Winter 2010 issue of “Sculpture Review” magazine. His next solo at Platform opens May 19, 2011. Scott lives and works in Seattle. www.platformgallery.com/artist_pages/ Fife/Fife_main.html

Ryan Finnerty received an MFA in

Painting from the University of Washington and a BFA in Painting from Savannah College of Art and Design. He has taught at the University of Washington and Gage Academy. Ryan’s work has been exhibited nationally, in France, and at the Henry Art Gallery. www.finnertyfinnerty.com

Peggy Foy received her BFA in Jewelry

and Metalsmithing from the University of Georgia. She is a full-time jewelry artist and a Pratt Jewelry/Metals monitor. Peggy is an active member of the Seattle Metals Guild and the Society of North American Goldsmiths, and shows at fine craft fairs throughout Washington.

David Francis curates the “Heaven

and Earth” outdoor art exhibition in Carkeek Park and serves on the board at the Center on Contemporary Art. He holds degrees in Poetry and Museum Studies from the University of Washington (MFA, PhD, CD), and has taught in colleges and universities in Poland, Hungary, Kentucky, Semester at Sea, and Delaware.

Raya Friday received a BFA from Alfred University. She has worked with glass for 14 years with 8 years of experience teaching glassblowing. Raya has taught, performed and worked at a variety of institutions including the Corning Museum Studio, Hot Glass Show, and Pilchuck Glass School. Stacy Frost has been a glass artist since 2003. She has taught in the US, Italy, and Dubai. Her work is on permanent display at the Kobe Museum of Glass and can be found in the Seattle area. Stacy is the current president of “Fire and Rain,” the Seattle chapter of ISGB. www.stacyfrost.com Sarah Gascoigne studied at the Central School of Art and Design in London. Her innovative work is sold at Goldsmith's Hall and Liberty’s. Sarah rediscovered jewelry at Pratt after years spent raising children, small-scale farming, and designing software. She has worked in Pratt’s jewelry studio in various positions since 2001.

Emily Gherard received an MFA in Painting from the University of Washington and a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. She was a Betty Bowen Finalist and received a PONCHO special recognition award. Emily’s work has been exhibited at Crawlspace, 4Culture, and Francine Seders Gallery. Her work can be seen at www.sedersgallery.com Trisha Gilmore has been teaching and exploring art for well over 15 years. She is an accomplished painter and has shown widely throughout Seattle. Her love of birds can be seen throughout her art and in her work as a teaching artist. Trisha is also part owner of the Columbia City store Retroactive Kids. Kari Goldstein received a BFA from

Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Crafts in 2005. She has attended workshops at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, the Pittsburgh Glass Center, and recently in the Czech Republic through Pratt Fine Art Center. Kari exhibits her work internationally.

Carla Grahn has studied forging, welding, and bronze casting for over ten years. She was the recipient of the 1994 Dan Starr Scholarship. Carla’s work has been exhibited at galleries in France and Seattle, including a solo show at Davidson Gallery. Kerstin Graudins received an MFA in

Studio Art from New York University and a BFA in Printmaking from the University of Washington. Her work has been widely exhibited in Seattle and New York. www.artsypants.com

Stephanie Hargrave received a BA in Creative Writing from UPS, with a minor in Studio Art. Since then, she has worked with metal, clay, oils and encaustic. She has been teaching workshops in her West Seattle Studio for 4 years. She is represented in Seattle, Minneapolis, Atlanta and Mobile. Julia Harrison has shown her carved

wood sculptures and jewelry at galleries on both coasts and in England, and was included in Metalsmith magazine's 2006 Exhibition in Print. She has taught wooden jewelry workshops at the Penland School of Crafts and the 92nd Street Y.

Lisa Hasegawa received an MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia and a BFA in Printmaking from the University of Washington. She is sole proprietor of ilfant press and an Artist Trust GAP grant recipient. Her work can be seen online at www.ilfant.com

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Julia Heineccius was born and

raised in Seattle, Washington where she climbed trees, made messes, and ultimately got her BFA in Metals at the University of Washington. She is currently studying for her MFA at Cranbrook Academy of Art near Detroit.

Julia Hensley received a BFA from

Boston University. She has taught drawing and painting to adults since 1999 at Kirkland Arts Center, North Seattle Community College, and Pratt Fine Arts Center. Julia is currently represented by the Paul Thiebaud Gallery in San Francisco. www.juliahensley.com

Roger Horner received a BA, BFA and MFA from the University of Washington. He has his home and studio in Shoreline where he resides with his wife and partner, Eileen. He has taught at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Bellevue Community College, and the University of Washington. Lily Hotchkiss, Pratt’s Youth Art Works Coordinator, has worked in art and education for over a decade as an administrator and a teaching artist. She has a degree in Fine Art from the California College of Art and Design and subsequent teacher training. She runs a mobile art lab, The Makery, and is happy to be a part of Pratt. Kaleb Hunkele is a multimedia artist

with a background in animation, illustration, and printmaking. From 2007-09 he worked at Pratt under various titles, lastly as the Print & 2-D Studio Assistant. In 2009 he was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to study animation in Tallinn, Estonia. Currently, he passes his time screenprinting t-shirts and making coffee in Ithaca, NY.

Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys, is a

gradúate of Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, where she specialized in Ceramics. She has taught Arts & Culture around the Puget Area for schools, libraries and festivals since 2000. Her artwork has been exhibit at Arts West Gallery, Benham Gallery, and Burien City hall among other venues.

Kamla Kakaria received an MFA in

Printmaking from the University of Washington and exhibits at Shift gallery in Seattle. She teaches at Pratt, Kirkland Arts Center, and Northwest Encaustic along with managing Pratt’s Painting, Drawing, and Print Departments.

several Publishers Marketing Association awards for his children’s book illustrations. Doug has created commissioned artwork for Windermere Real Estate, Puget Sound Energy and Evergreen Hospital. www.dougkeith.biz

Manny Krakowski received a BFA from California State University Fullerton and has been a student, teaching assistant, staff member, and craftsperson in residence at Pilchuck. He currently works for artists Randy Walker and Ross Richmond. Manny is passionate about making art and teaching. His work has been shown nationally. mannykrakowski.com

Richard Langley began blowing

glass as an apprentice in Bend, Oregon in 1997. He worked with various artists until 2000, when he moved to Montana to open his own hot shop, Cloud Cap Glass. Richard moved his studio to Seattle in 2003 and pursues his own work.

Micki Lippe has served on Pratt’s

board and has taught here for many years. She received her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis. Her work has been exhibited throughout the country for the past four decades and has appeared in 500 Earrings, Art Jewelry Today 2, and Ornament magazine.

Michael Lorefice earned his MFA

from the Memphis College of Art. He has exhibited his work nationwide and works within the fields of painting, drawing, and filmmaking. In addition to being featured in New American Paintings, Michael has been an artistin-residence at the Santa Fe Art Institute and Constance Saltonstall Foundation. www.neoimages.net

Kiki MacInnis received an MFA in painting at the Otis School of Art and Design in Los Angeles. She is a member of the SOIL. Kiki grew up in Taiwan and lived in Japan for three years. She has been studying Chinese calligraphy for the past four years. www.kikimacinnis.com Patrick Maher studied at the Art In-

stitute of Boston and Cornish College of the Arts. He has worked as a blacksmith since 1992 and founded Red Door Studios in 1996. Patrick has created extensive public and private artworks, including for the Edmonds Ferry Terminal, Meridian Playground, and several Seattle P-Patches.

Doug Keith has over thirty years experience in illustration, graphic design, and fine art. He has received a television Emmy for his graphic designs and

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Kelda Martensen received an MFA

in Visual Art from Washington University in St. Louis and BA from Willamette University, including semesters at the University of Ireland and the University of Natal in South Africa. Her prints and artist books have been shown in Lithuania, Germany, Denmark, Korea and across the United States. www.keldamartensen.com

Cameron Anne Mason delves

deeply into surface design. She brings extensive research, studio technique and a sense for exploration and experimentation into her two- and three-dimensional artworks. Her work has been exhibited at The Textile Center, Greenwood Artwalk, Contemporary Quilt Arts Association, Bumbershoot, Teatro Zinzanni, and the Fremont Solstice Parade. www.cameronannemason.com

Cheryl Matson has been making glass beads since 2002. She has studied with Larry Brickman, Elaine Alhadeff, Jim Smircich, and Kathy Johnson among others. Cheryl enjoys spending as much time as she can in her home studio creating wild and crazy sculptured beads. Donna McCord received a BFA in

Glass and Photography from California College of the Arts. She has studied at Scuola del Vetro Abate Zanetti in Italy with Victorio Ferro, and Pilchuck Glass School. Donna’s work is represented in private and public collections in the United States, Italy, Greece and Sweden.

Katie Miller received a BFA from the University of Washington and an MFA from Tyler School of Art. She has been a student, staff member and assistant at Pilchuck Glass School. Katie’s installations and sculptures incorporate video, metal, glass, fibers, beeswax, and found objects. Her work has been exhibited nationally. James Minson is a third genera-

tion flameworker. He has degrees from Sydney University, Tama Art University Tokyo, and Antioch University Seattle. He teaches internationally and his work is represented in several museum collections including the Corning Museum of Glass, Tacoma Art Museum and The Australian National Glass Collection.

Alex Montgomery has MFAs in Sculpture and Ceramics from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville. He has worked as an instructional sculpture technician at the University of Washington and has experience with commercial fine arts casting at the Riverdog Foundry in Chimacum, WA.

Ben Moreau received an MA and MFA from the University of WisconsinMadison and a BFA in Printmaking from the Maine College of Art. In Wisconsin he was a printer's assistant at Tandem Press. He is currently a faculty member at Western Washington University. He is represented at the Davidson Gallery. www.benmoreau.com Marc Mullin received his BA in Urban Planning and Art from the University of Washington. He developed an appreciation for ornamental ironwork while growing up in Italy and has rented Pratt’s studios since 2000. Pratt’s Sculpture Studio Coordinator, Marc’s work is represented in collections in Japan, New Orleans, and Washington. Theresa Neinas is a Seattle, Wash-

ington based artist who transplanted from the Midwest. Five years after receiving her BA in Art from the University of Washington she started doing linoleum block prints. Self-taught in this discipline, she has embraced its challenges. Her art has been shown locally and abroad.

Armelle Bouchet O'Neill, a gradu-

ate of the Danish Design School on the Island of Bornholm, Denmark is a French-born artist who has lived and worked in Seattle since 2009. She is a recipient of an Art Bridge Fellowship at Pratt and a visiting artist at the Museum of Glass of Tacoma. Armelle’s work has been exhibit locally and internationally.

Susanne Lechler Osborn is a Ger-

man artist living in Seattle. She received an MFA from the University of Washington. Susanne shares her passion for metalsmithing by teaching, coordinating exhibitions, and making one-of-a-kind pieces. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.

Lauren Osmolski studied graphic

design and ceramics. She works as a blacksmith and serves on the Northwest Blacksmith Association board. Lauren has taught at Northwest Blacksmith Association conferences, Meridian School, and Fire Mountain Forge. Her work has been exhibited nationally and is represented in the Espy Foundation collection among others.

Michael Ottersen received a BFA

from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. He teaches at Northwest College of Art and Kirkland Arts Center and is the recipient of an Artist Fellowship Grant. Michael’s work is represented in the collections of University of Washington Medical Center and Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn.

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Roger Parramore began flameworking with a home-built furnace over thirty years ago. He continued his education with an apprenticeship in scientific glassblowing, a BA in Philosophy, and an MA in English Literature. Roger operates a private studio in Waynesville, NC and continues to challenge the limitations of lampworking as an art form, manufactures borosilicate glass, and builds “Parramore Banjos.” He has taught at Pratt, Pilchuck, and Penland among many other schools. His work can be found in the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery, Birmingham Museum of Art, and numerous public and private collections. Elizabeth Perkins has been an artistin-residence at North Lands Creative Glass, Corning, Wheaton and Pilchuck. She has a BFA in Sculpture and an MFA in Glass. Elizabeth has taught at Virginia Commonwealth University. She attempts to challenge and also marry different processes of manipulating glass. Her work is exhibited both nationally and internationally. AJ Power received a BS in Biology

from Ohio University and works as a professional studio artist, drawing from diverse life experiences to create his paintings. Aaron recently received a public art commission from the Van Asselt Community Center in Seattle. www.ajpowerstudio.com

Janusz Pozniak was educated and

trained in England. Since moving to the States, he has worked with a variety of glass artists including Dante Marioni, Lino Tagliapietra, Richard Marquis, and many others. Janusz has made a name for himself as an artist making modern designs as well as unique, humorous, and compelling works.

Donna Prunkard has a MS in Bio-

chemistry from the University of Florida. She has studied lampworking from a variety of instructors including Roger Parramore, JC Herrell, Mauro Puccitelli, Larry Scott, Kimberly Affleck, and Genevieve Church. She shows her work nationally and is the on the board of Fire and Rain, our local bead collective.

Rachel Rader received a BFA from

Virginia Commonwealth University. Her work is performance-based. She strives to saturate the audience with vibrant colored forms that entice and entangle the audience in another world. Rachel has studied and worked at Pilchuck Glass School and Pratt. She works as a professional glass artist in Seattle.

Amy Reeves received a BFA from the University of Washington. She has studied with Andy Cooperman, Virginia Causey, and Maria Phillips, among others. Her work has been published in Art Jewelry and Metalsmith magazines and Lark Books' 500 Bracelets. Jane Richlovsky received a BA in Art and Filmmaking from Columbia College in Chicago. Her work has been exhibited at Tacoma Art Museum, A Shenere Velt Gallery in LA, The Painting Center in New York City, Heineman-Myers Contemporary Art in Maryland, BallardFetherston Gallery, and SAM Gallery in Seattle. www.janerichlovsky.com Mark Rudis received a BFA from Cor-

nish College of the Arts and has been a teaching assistant for Bertil Vallien. He has worked with the Kienholtzes, Chris Burden, Marvin Oliver, and Ginny Ruffner. Mark’s metal and cast glass works have been exhibited at CoCA and Lead Galleries in Seattle.

James Salay received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington and a BA from Evergreen State College. Pratt’s Sculpture Studio Technician, he has also worked as a sculptor, craftsman and engineer. James works primarily in wood, metal and stone and is asscociated with the Burning Man Project. Jaala Smith graduated from Ever-

green State College. For several years she has been exploring photography, collage, sculpture, and watercolor and finds she’s most captivated when exploring the creative arts alongside children. Jaala has worked with children in K-5 grades and is currently the studio art teacher at CSWS.

Jennifer Stenhouse received an MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She has been an instructor and guest artist at the Vermont Art Exchange as well as a professor and Jewelry Department Chair at Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. Rollin Thomas, award-winning artist, illustrator, and author, has a BA in Art and Education. A member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators since 1981, he has 46 years of illustration experience. Rollin teaches children's book publishing at the University of Washington Extension Program.

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Paula Stokes, Bellybottles, Blown and sculpted glass, 2010 Photo credit: Mike Seidl

Nathan Van Dyken has an AA in Visual Communication from Collins College in Tempe Arizona. He currently works at Pratt in the ARTSpark and Youth Art Works programs, which serve children K-8. Nathan is a painter, illustrator, and designer. He loves spray paint, Sharpies, and working with young artists. Kim Van Someren received an

MFA in Printmaking from the University of Washington and a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse. Her prints are in the collections of the University of Washington, University of Wisconsin, University of Iowa, NY Public Library, and the Yale Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. www.kimvansomeren.com

Dave Waddell has spent the past 25

years helping business owners, teachers, and artists safely manage their materials that contain hazardous chemicals. He manages both King County's Art Hazards Project and Healthy Schools Project and, as such, is a frequent and entertaining lecturer.

Mark Walker received an MFA from the University of Washington. He has taught 3D design and tool-making classes at Bellevue Community College and sculpture and drawing at Mountlake Terrace High School. Mark casts bronze at RockNob Studio in Enumclaw, WA and his work is exhibited locally. Jodi Waltier received a BFA in Fibers

from the University of Washington. She has taught at Penland School of Crafts, Coyote Junior High School, and The Valley School in Seattle. Jodi was a Washington State Arts Commission Resident Artist and currently operates Inner Sanctum Studios.

Alair Wells has a BFA in Sculpture from the Atlanta College of Art and an MFA from Louisiana State University. Alair has organized numerous iron casting events and exhibited nationwide. Before moving to Seattle she taught at Binghamton University. Alair also works as a metal fabricator and blacksmith.

Rickie Wolfe received a BFA in Printmaking and Painting from Cornish College of the Arts. Prattâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Print Studio Coordinator, her work has been exhibited in galleries around Seattle and can be seen at SAM Gallery and at Fresh Paint Art in Los Angeles. www.rickiewolfe.com Vance Wolfe received degrees in

Philosophy and Comparative Literature from the University of Washington. He is a gifted welder, woodworker, and designer who enjoys architectural design, art, and creating furniture.

Randy Wood received a BFA in 1993

from Ohio University. His cartoons and illustrations have been published in The Stranger and Tablet. He is a member of SOIL Art Gallery and has exhibited at Aqua Art Miami, Big Cat Gallery (New York) and SOIL Art Gallery and Roq La Rue Gallery. www.randywoodart.com

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Annual Fund donations not only help keep Pratt’s studios running smoothly, provide quality instruction in every studio, and bring Master and Visiting Artists to Pratt for special workshops, lectures and exhibitions. They also support scholarships, tuition assistance, work study and exhibition opportunities to help emerging and established artists grow and flourish.

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thanks to our sponsors Pratt would like to thank the following organizations for their generous support: Adobe Foundation Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass Benaroya Foundation Clise Properties, Inc. Fales Foundation Trust Jeffris Wood Foundation Klorfine Family Foundation The Laird Norton Family Foundation Lucky Seven Foundation MacPherson Construction D.V. & Ida J. McEachern Charitable Trust Merck

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Master Member registration April 10–17


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OPENING MEXICO BOOK ARTS GROUP SHOW

OPENING JESSI LI AND JULIANA WISDOM

OPENING PONCHO: AN EXHIBITION OF WORK FROM THE SCHOL ARSHIP PROGRAM IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PONCHO

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at Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan*

at Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan*

EXHIBITION: JULY 7 - 27 Opening: July 7, 6-8pm

EXHIBITION: AUG. 4 - 27 Opening: Aug. 4, 6-8pm

Work from the recent International Travel Abroad Program in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Work from the Art Bridge Fellowship Program participants highlights Pratt’s partnership with the Artist Trust Edge Program

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SCULPTURE IN MOTION at Pratt’s Hallway Gallery ** EXHIBITION: JULY 12 - AUGUST 9

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE: SCOTT FIFE

at Pratt’s Hallway Gallery **

Student work from James Salay’s kinetic sculpture class

EXHIBITION: AUGUST 10 - SEPTEMBER 5

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EXHIBITION: JULY 16 - 31 Opening Party: July 15

at Seattle Design Center

GALLERY IN THE GARDEN EXHIBITION

THE CHAIR AUCTION

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at Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan* EXHIBITION: SEPT. 1 - OCT. 1 Opening:, Sept. 1, 6-8pm

Participants include Margie Livingston, Rickie Wolfe, Inna Peck, Jimmy Stambrandt, and Soyun Choi Lecture and artist reception: Thurs., Sept.15th, 2011, 6-8pm at Pratt Fine Arts Center

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PONCHO: AN EXHIBITION OF WORK FROM THE SCHOL ARSHIP PROGRAM

at Pratt’s Hallway Gallery ** EXHIBITION: SEPT. 6 - OCT. 10

Participants include Margie Livingston, Rickie Wolfe, Inna Peck, Jimmy Stambrandt, and Soyun Choi

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SHOPS & HOPS

INFORMATION COMING SOON BUT MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW!

Margie Livingston, Study for spiral block #2, Acrylic, 2010

Juliana Wisdom, Poor Thing, Found materials & fabric, 2010

* Pratt Gallery at Tashiro Kaplan Building, 312 S. Washington St. Suite A Public Hours: Thurs.–Sat. 12-5pm and by appointment ** Pratt Hallway Gallery, 1902 S. Main Street Open during Pratt business hours

Jimmy Stambrant, Defenders, Ceramic and mixed media, 2010


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PLEASE JOIN US ON FIRST THURSDAY

IN MAY FOR THE OPENING OF THE

ALLEY ART PROJECT! MAY 5, 5–9PM PIONEER SQUARE, IN THE ALLEY JUST WEST OF OCCIDENTAL SQUARE

GALLERY IN THE GARDEN EXHIBITION OPENING NIGHT CELEBRATION FRIDAY, JULY 15, 2011, 6-9PM $50 ADMISSION Exhibition Hours July 16-31, 2011 9am-6pm Free Admission Swanson’s Nursery 9701 15th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117


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