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Art + Trip = Wofford College Spartanburg, SC - 2018 
Workshop with 
Artist Judith Kruger
 

 Wofford College, Goodall Environmental Studies Center, Spartanburg, SC  

"ABSTRACT ALCHEMY: BLACK, WHITE and WARM METALLICS"

With Artist- Instructor Judith Kruger

March 19 - 23, 2018

 

Cullowhee Mountain Arts is delighted to be hosting this explorative workshop at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina where students will learn to  reinterpret nature’s deep imagery and essence while making paint and ink made from nature itself. "Paint, ink and home-made gesso will be made from inorganic and organic sources including pine soot, shells and earth minerals." The workshop will take place in the The Goodall Environmental Studies Center, a renovated historic building located in the ruins of what had at one time been a textile manufacturing center and village.  
We will use the rich natural resources at Goodall Center as source materials and inspiration for the the making of paints, inks and art. What could be a more interesting than to have a workshop like this than a science lab with outdoor gardens, river and waterfall, and an outdoor classroom - in the form of a stone amphitheater, right on the water! (read more about the workshop)

Judith Kruger is a visual artist whose paintings, prints and mixed media works address Human-Environment connectivity. She is recognized internationally for her advocacy of historic, natural painting materials and historic, ecological processes. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and is held in private, public and corporate collections, which include Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, SCAD, Hong Kong, Hammond Museum, North Salem, NY, Phipps Conservatory’s Center for Sustainable Landscapes, Pittsburgh, PA and Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT. Kruger holds a BFA from Syracuse University and an MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design. She is the recipient of recent professional development grants from the Target Foundation and Mass MoCA’s Assets for Artists program. Her studio is located in an old hosiery mill, 125 miles north of New York City, at the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains.   www.judithkruger.com

The workshop is being offered in conjunction with the Judith Kruger's solo exhibition, Mingled Terrain, at Wofford College's new Rosalind Sallenger Richardson Center for the Arts

WORKSHOP TUITION: $700
LAB FEE: $170 (includes most materials and equipment)


 spaces are limited to 12 students 

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POLICIES

     

PAYMENTS:
  • Enrollment is made with a 50% deposit. 
  • Spaces are limited to 12 students per workshop. In order to reserve your spot, it is advisable to enroll as soon as possible.
  • Balance Due - Nov. 15, 2017

REFUNDS:
  • A full refund is made if for any unexpected reason the workshop is canceled or if it is already full at the time of registration. 
  • If the payment was made through paypal, refunds are generally credited within 2 to 3 days. 
  • If the payment was made by check, CMA will send a check back to the purchaser within 10 business days, as long as the original purchase check has cleared. 
  • We are unable to make full refunds if you must withdraw from the trip. However, we will credit you up to 50% of your payment, if you withdraw before November 1, 2017. You may use this credit for any other CMA program or workshop within the calendar year. 
  • We strongly advise that you purchase traveler's insurance in the event of an unexpected circumstance (death in the family, accident, illness) that would require you cancel your trip. Please contact a travel agent or your insurance agent for assistance.