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Symbolic Imagery with Deborah A. Jojola, Isleta Pueblo Professional Artist, Art Instructor, Curator of Exhibitions at IPCC
July 12&13, 2014 9:00-3:00pm Each day $175.00 *Note: Cancellation deadline, $35.00 fee for cancelling. 8-10 participants, Ages 12 & up
Basic History - Printmaking
Printmaking is one of the oldest historical art process used by Indigenous Tribes within our world as a tool of communication. From the first handprint on cave walls, printmaking has symbolized pictorial imagery of stories expressing multiple events happening during that time in history. The main objective is sharing my culture and creating a dialogue with participants to become acquainted and explore the unique properties of basic printmaking techniques, their historical developments and the influences on the contemporary works of today’s artists. Also strengthening their aesthetic appreciation and expressive abilities to articulate ideas about their own work.