Printmaking Workshop

By CAM Raleigh | October 30, 2012

Experiments in Image Making,
Transferring and Overlaying

with instructor Cayce Lee 
April 27, 2013 / 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. / $50
Open to grades 9-12



In this workshop, students will get a chance to experiment with a variety of printmaking techniques, including stenciling, monoprinting and masking. Through this process, students will learn how each of the printing techniques produces, distorts and translates their original image. Printing and production will be discussed as an evolution of the design process, not only as a replication of it.

Registration for this workshop is now CLOSED.Thank you for your interest!

At this time we are only able to accept payment by check. Once you have registered online, you may mail your check for the amount listed above (made out to NCSU) to:

CAM Raleigh
c/o Julia Rice
409 W Martin Street
Raleigh, NC 27603

Thank you for your interest in our workshops. We hope to see you soon!

CAM Raleigh is a non-collecting museum that explores what’s now and presents an always-changing museum experience. CAM Raleigh is a collaboration between the Contemporary Art Foundation, the community of Raleigh and North Carolina State University’s College of Design. CAM Raleigh is generously supported by the Contemporary Art Foundation, North Carolina State University, individual and corporate members, private and corporate foundations, and government agencies. CAM Raleigh is located at 409 West Martin Street, Raleigh, NC 27603, between Harrington and West streets and in the heart of Raleigh’s Depot National Register Historic District and Warehouse District. CAM Raleigh has a parking lot; additional parking is available at metered spots on the street or at the Davie Street Parking Lot located at 201 W. Davie Street. Information about CAM Raleigh’s exhibitions, programs, and special events is available on the CAM Raleigh website at camraleigh.org or by phone at 919.513.0946. Follow @camraleigh on twitter.
 

Teen Seen @ Your Land/My Land

By CAM Raleigh | October 23, 2012

Your Land/My Land: Election'12
by Jonathan Horowtiz

This piece truly makes you view the other side of the argument. Politics is one of the few things that accounts for the polarization in America, and to me this piece succeeds at having the viewer become aware of the polarization in our politics by listening and viewing the two equally biased news channels. It's really a fabulous piece!

- Emma B., Grade 12
CAM Raleigh Teen Council Member

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council. For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.

Teen Seen @ Deep Surface

By CAM Raleigh | December 2, 2011

Junky Styling
Hooded Waistcoat

Annika Sanders and Kerry Seager give a new and fresh life to old tacky suits, through combining old pieces. The artists have created a modern style that presents a friendly mockery of the typical suited businessman. The initial act of adding a hoodie to a waistcoat begins the satire of the professional style. These punkish yet civilized creations present a new thought process to certain over-used stereotypes.

Lily Lasher, Grade 10
CAM Raleigh Teen Council Member

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council.
For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.

Teen Seen @ Deep Surface Exhibition

By CAM Raleigh | November 11, 2011

Andrea Tinnes
Volvox

Quickly you find yourself enamored by the pulsing, shifting nature of Volvox. Customizable via keyboard and mouse, this art has limitless possibilities. I could play with it for hours, creating and recreating over and over again. However, the fact that the art becomes yours when you step in front of it and take the mouse in your hands is the main appeal of Volvox. It allows anyone to be the artist.

Maris Hall, Grade 12
CAM Raleigh Teen Council Member

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council.
For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.

Teen Seen @ Deep Surface Exhibition

By CAM Raleigh | November 7, 2011

Alabama Chanin
Addie Dress, Anna's Garden Dress, Anna Jacket and Anna's Swing Coat

In the Deep Surface exhibition at CAM Raleigh, perhaps one of the most intricate handmade pieces are those by Alabama Chanin. Designed and hand sewn by Natalie Chanin, the garments display outstanding craftsmanship and a unique, organic appeal. They are constructed out of cotton knit fabric, using a reverse applique sewing technique for embellishment.

Allison Tate, Grade 12
CAM Raleigh Teen Council
 

Teen Seen blog posts are written by CAM Raleigh’s very own Teen Council.
For more information on Teen Council visit the high school section of camraleigh.org.