Mixed Media Photography
Using the photographic image as a starting point, you will examine different techniques of combining mixed media and explore the creative possibilities they offer. You will be able to experiment on your own imagery with photomontage, collage, weaving, embroidery, hole-punching and acrylic paint...
Taught by: Estelle Vincent.
Using the photographic image as a starting point, you will examine different techniques of combining mixed media and explore the creative possibilities they offer. You will be able to experiment on your own imagery with photomontage, collage, weaving, embroidery, hole-punching and acrylic paint.
Within a structured but experimental environment, you will discover new possibilities to develop your art practice and gain the confidence to develop and express ideas creatively while expanding your understanding of historic and contemporary art. A comprehensive hand-out, with tips and examples will accompany each process that will help you continue using these techniques after the course.
You will acquire knowledge and understanding of the themes, ideas and practices associated with hands-on manipulations, increase your confidence in experimentation with a range of techniques and materials, and create a selection of images using these techniques in works of your own personal style.
Who Should Attend
Photographers, artists, students and anyone looking to enrich their making practice through hands-on techniques combining photography and mixed media. No previous experience is needed in this area, only an enthusiasm and an open mind to working with creative manipulations.
All Levels Welcome
Estelle Vincent is a photographer and experienced tutor who has worked in photography, education and community arts for over 10 years. She holds a BA (hons) from Camberwell College of Arts and graduated with distinction from a Master's in Sociology: Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths University. She has recently completed her teacher training at the Institute of Education and currently divides her time between teaching adults on a broad range of photography courses at Morley College and UAL, running arts community projects for children and young people as well as developing her own practise. Estelle tends to work mainly with analogue photography and like to experiment with toy cameras; darkroom based alternative processes such as liquid light, photo etchings and embroidery on found photographs.
Please bring the following:
Imagery to experiment with: a set of printed photographs (any size, inkjet, C-Type or RC coated suitable), or postcards.
A notepad and pen