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Page 12-The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 18, 1991

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Artspace combines the energy and expertise of the Michigan
Guild of Artists and Artisans and the facilities of the Michigan
Union to offer the University and the Ann Arbor community
classes in the arts. Active professional artists and craftspeople
teach the non-credit classes which are open to beginning,
intermediate and advanced students. Design and basic skills
are taught in an informal, casual atmosphere. Participants can
expect to complete one or more finished projects in a section
depending on the nature of the course. One thing that makes
Artspace unique is the availability of our facilities, which allows
our students the opportunity to use the space outside of the
class hours.

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Artspace Workshops
Pot Throwing and Batik
These workshops, geared for
faculty and staff, are for those
who do not wish to commit to
a long intensive class ses-
sion. Make time in your
schedule to pick up new
techniques or brush up on old
skills and talents. Tuition, lab
fee and times vary with each
workshop. No refunds can
be granted.

Beginning Watercolor
I: Sat 10am-12noon
Artspace Drawing Room
(Limit: 10)
Through a variety of weekly
experiences, this class will
introduce students to the
elements of watercolor
painting. Along with discus-
sions and critiques, students
are taught new methods and
techniques of self-expres-
sion.
Instructor: Craig Rochkind,
BFA, Wayne State University.
$50.00 Class begins 2/9/91

Artspace Classes

I: T 5-7pm
II: Th 5-7pm
South Quad's Photography
Lab (Limit: 12)
This class covers the basic
techniques of photography.
The format of the class will
include use of camera and
films, film processing and
printing, and negative evalu-
ation. Materials needed: 35
mm camera, roll of B&W tr-X
film, notebook.
Instructors: l: Ben Colman
Ill, MFA Cranbrook Academy
of Art, II: Bob-Moustakas,
Director, F-Stop
$70.00 (Lab fee included)
Class begins 2/5/91

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1: T 1-3pm
II: W 5:30-7:30pm
Artspace Ceramics Room
(Limit: 5) 6 weeks_
Come use our studio for two
hours once a week to throw a
vessel on a conventional
wheel. Explore the feeling of
clay as it takes shape at your
fingertips. While this is not
an instruction oriented class,
an instructor will be available
for individual guidance.
Tools and clay will be pro-
vided for each student.
Materials needed: Glazes
and additional clay as
needed. Instructor: David
Nelson, BFA, EMU
$55.00 (Lab Fee Included)
(1) Class begins 2/5/91
(11) Class begins 2/6/91

Beginning Line Drawing
I: T 6-8pm
Artspace Drawing Room
(Limit: 10)
This class is designed as an
introduction to pencil draw-
ing. Students will learn basic
drawing skills and expand
their creativity through a
series of weekly exercises
and class discussions.
Instructor: Craig Rochkind,
BFA, Wayne State University.
$50.00 Class begins 2/5/91

ICreative VI II Hand building n
Ceramics & Introduction
toWheel Tron ottry
1: Th 6-9pm
II: Sat 10am-1pm
Artspace Ceramics Room
(Limit:10)
This class will offer two
distinct approaches to clay.
We will explore the variety
and versatility of handbuilding
to create functional, decora-
tive, and sculptural objects by
pinching, coiling, and slab.
The wheel-thrown pottery
portion will introduce the
potter's wheel and basic
throwing techniques. Materi-
als needed: 1 gallon pail, 12"
plastic ruler, pin tool, hand
towel, clean sponge, and
fettling knife. Instructor:
David Nelson, BFA, EMU
$70.00 (Including Lab Fee)
(1) Class begins 2/7/91
(II) Class begins 2/9/91

Registration Information
Registration Dates
January 14-February 4, 1991
Registration Sites
In Person at:
Michigan Union Ticket Office
530 South State Street
M-Sa, 8am-9pm
Su,11 am-6pm
In Person or by Mail at:
Michigan Guild of Artists
and Artisans
118 North Fourth Ave.
M-F 9am-5pm
Classes Begin
February 5, 1991
Further Information
Call 662-3382
Don't risk having the class
cancelled by waiting until
the last minutel Register
NOW to guarantee class
formation!

I: T 7:30-9:30pm
South Quad's Photography
Lab (Limit: 12)
Intended for those people
with previous photographic
and darkroom experience.
Topics that will be covered
inciude fine tuning, exposure,
deveiopment (zone system),
toning, kodalith, black and
white slides, lighting, print
spotting and finishing tech-
niques. Instructor: Ben
Colman IIl, MFA, Cranbrook
Academy of Art.
$70.00 (Lab fee included)
Class begins 2/5/91

Figure Drawin SO
1: Th 1-3pm
Artspace Drawing Room
(Limit: 10)L__
Our studio is available for a
afternoon delight of figure
drawing. This experience is
offered to all levels through
the use of human figure.
While this is not an instruc-
tion oriented class, an
instructor will be available for
individual guidance. Stu-
dents must supply their own
materials. Easels and draw-
ing tables are available.
Models will also be provided.
Instructor: Susan Hartung,
BFA, School of Visual Arts,
New York.
$65.00 (Including Model
Fees) Class begins 2/7/91

Tuition and lab fees are
payable at the time of regis-
tration. Class fees are listed
with respective course
descriptions. All classes will
be held in the Michigan
Union, except Photography,
which will be held in South
Quad. All classes are eight
weeks unless specified.
Anyone in the Ann Arbor
Community can register.
Please note that early regis-
tration guarantees formation
of classes. Enrollment is
limited and is accepted in
order of registration. Stu-
dents can assume that they
are enrolled in the requested
class unless otherwise
notified. Space will not be
held for you until payment is
received.
Refunds & Cancellations
The Michigan Guild reserves
the right to cancel classes at
anytime, if necessary, due to
lack of enrollment or other
circumstances. Choose your
course carefullyl Refunds
will not be given after Janu-
ary 28 unless we cancel a
course. Prior to January 28,
refunds on cancellations will
have a $7.00 processing fee
deducted.
Reasonable attempt will be
made to inform students of
class cancellations. Refunds
for cancelled classes will be
mailed within ten days,
unless your registration was
made at the Michigan Union
Ticket Office; then it will be
mailed thirty days following
the beginning of classes.
Holiday Schedule and
Emergency Closing
Classes will be closed for
Spring break, February 23-
March 4. Any classes
cancelled by the Michigan
Guild due to the weather or
other circumstances will be
rescheduled at the end of the
term to allow students the full
benefit of completing the
course.
Supplies
The instructors will provide
students with a materials list
the first night of class. For
some classes, a lab fee is
inclueded to cover part or all
of the materials needed.
Students may be asked to

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Wearabe rtBtikStyle
1: Th 1-3pm
Artspace Printmaking Room
(Limit: 8) 6 weeks

Artspace Mail-In RegistrationI
Registration for Artspace Classes only. If you wish to register
by mail, fill in the registration form and send to:
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|Artspace
I c/o Michigan Guild of Artists and Artisans
1118 North Fourth Avenue-
I Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1402
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Name I
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IAddress!
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City/State/ZipI
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Phone_
Class#1 Section#__
Instructor Tuition $ |
Class #2 Section#_
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IInstructor Tuition $ I
Total Payment Enclosed $
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Create your own design
clothing and wall hangings
with the art of Batik. Stu-
dents will be introduced to
the basic process of creating
colored patterns by using
wax and dyes. Students will
experiment with the various
design methods, dyes, tools,
and resist technique. Fin-
ished product can range from
paper, scarves, pillows,
shirts, etc. The choice will be
yours. A basic materials list
will be provided for students.
Instructor: Sally Silvennionen,
BS, Eastern Mich. University

Special Effects Photo-
graphy and Printing
Th 7:30-9:30pm
South Quad's Photography
Lab (Limit: 12)

This class is intended for
student with some photogra-
phy experience beyond the
limited conventional photo-
graphic practices. Students
will be exposed to simple
creative manipulations, in
either printing or exposure
that will help them to see the
creative potential of tech-
nique. Students are asked to

Silkscreen on Fabric
I: T 7-9pm
Artspace Printmaking Room
(Limit: 6)

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Make checks payable to Artspace.

Learn the basic techniques of
screen printing on fi6ers. Use
your original designs or
photos to create wearable
art. For beginning & advanc-

Credit card payment wil
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