Join design legend, Art Chantry for a poster workshop in which you create everything by hand—no computers. Are you up for the challenge? Sign up for one of the limited spots over at Eventbrite!
April 22, from 10am to 1pm
We’re playing bingo y’aaaallll!
All Drake everything, music, bingo cards, drake cake, and even a gree screen to get a picture of you dancing with drake!
HOW IT WORKS: classic bingo rules, we will call out numbers and letters unitll someone is able to score a bingo on one of their cards. THER IS NO CARD LIMIT, wich means you can purchase as many bingo cards to use at the same time to increase your cahnces of wining that round. this means you can play one card during one round, OR you can play ten cards during one round. Each round will have a bingo winner, and a black out winner. The bingo winner is the first player is to score a bingo, and the BLACKOUT winner is the runner up who fills their entire card by blocking all of the spaces on thier card.
CARDS ARE JUST $2 EACH!!! SO BRING CASH FOR CARDS & DONATION MONEY FOR CAKE AND DRAKE PICTURES!!!
You DO NOT need to be a PSUGD student to come- there is no fee at the door. All bingo and drake lovers welcome. If you’re reading this … you should come.
>> February 11, 6:00pm AB 320
PSUGD’s own Kate Bingaman-Burt is one of a small group of creative guides on this month-long class, 28 to Make.
From the website—”Sometimes, we lapse into unproductive habits because we don’t know what else to do. That’s why we worked with some of the best creators we know to bring these 28 daily creative project ideas to your inbox so you can get back in the habit of making.”
Check out this brief outline of the month and the teachers:
Week 1: Celebrating everyday objects through drawing with Kate Bingaman-Burt
Week 2: Exploring line, form, and texture with Ryan Putnam
Week 3: Hacking visual language and creative thinking with Lara McCormick
Week 4: Connecting to your context through observation and lettering with Erik Marinovich
ART 370 – Screen Printing (CRN# 370)
M/W 18:40 – 21:20
4 Credits / Neuberger Hall 260
Adding on to the principles and skill sets first investigated in lower-level printmaking this course explores additional techniques in printmaking. Varying practices, methodologies, and theories will be explored. Topics include but are not limited to etching, relief, mixed media print, screen printing, and mono-print. May be repeated for credit up to a maximum of 12 credits. Open to non-majors with instructor’s consent or departmental approval. Recommended preparation: Art 270 and Art 271 (expected of art & art history majors). Prerequisites: Art 270 and Art 271.