2017 Residents

 

 

Songwriting Workshop with musicians Jim White and Paul Fonfara

Workshop participants will learn about song structure, chord progression, and discuss how music can influence text and vice versa. After this introduction groups will explore work from the exhibition, collecting ideas for the core of a song. Using a call and response approach we will fashion a beat oriented rhythm for songs. Ultimately working toward a recorded song that reflects works and ideas of the FOLK & FABLE exhibition.

Listen to songs by workshop participants:

Emergy Blagdon >

Docent Testimony >

Geckos >

She Roams >

Moving On >

Zine Making with Faythe Levine

Saturday, March 4, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 5, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

 

Workshop groups will explore work from the exhibition FOLK & FABLE, learning about workshop artist Faythe Levine’s response to the collection.

Through discussion in the gallery participants will get to know Faythe and her work. Upon completion of this brief discussion participants will return to the ARTery to learn about zines a self published “magazine” that has no rules in the process of making. Their role and existence outside of the mainstream more traditional media.

Participants will then engage by developing subject, text and images for creation of their own zines. Groups zines will be compiled as small libraries to be housed in their school classrooms.


For ages 10 and above. Free and open to the public.