Thursday, 28. February 2019, Weber State University, Ogden Campus, Shaw Gallery, Evenings for Educators: Floating in Space - Creating Positive & Negative Shapes with Simple Materials

Floating in Space: Creating Positive and Negative Shapes with Simple Materials
 
Presented by Shaw Gallery and WSU Arts Learning Collaborative Evening for Educators
In connection with the exhibition Yasuaki Onishi: Reverse of Volume, we will explore the concepts of space, shape, form, and weight. In his installation, Onishi uses the simplest materials—plastic sheeting and black hot glue—to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space. Shaw Gallery Director Lydia Gravis will introduce the exhibition, and K-12 educators will participate in hands-on workshops exploring how visual arts can be used to shape learning in the classroom. 
Relicensure hours are available for licensed educators.
Light snacks will be provided.  Parking on campus is free after 4 pm.
 
Where: Weber State University, Ogden Campus, Shaw Gallery (3964 W. Campus Drive, Ogden, UT, 84408)
When: Thursday, February 28, 2018 from 5:30-8:30 pm (sign in from 5:00-5:30 pm)
Presenters: Erinne Roundy (K-6) and Erica Lyon (7-12)
 
Free Parking after 4:00 PM in Designated Spots 
 


 

Evenings for Educators: Floating in Space - Creating Positive & Negative Shapes with Simple Materials

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