October 12th, 2013 9:30 AM
- Instructor: Courtney Cerruti
- Workshop Type: Arts
- Workshop Status: Closed
- Workshop Start: October 12th, 2013 9:30 AM
- Workshop End: October 12th, 2013 5:30 PM
- Sessions: 1
In conjuntion with the Superstition 13 exhibit, SFCB is offering this special workhshop in shadow box making. Register for this visual storytelling workshop and create your own shadow box about the mysterious, the alchemical, the arcane.
Popular SFCB Instructor, Courtney Cerruti will lead this one day workshop. In the spirit of Joseph Cornell, participants will create a small world inside a shadow box. Give everyday objects a preciousness and delicacy by telling a story with them in this miniature scene. Students will learn how to combine two- and three-dimensional elements, layer images and objects, and create depth and narrative with their own shadow boxes. The shadow-box format has been used by all kinds of artists in the telling of their stories. Use the medium to commemorate an event or a loved one, or make a keepsake for a friend. All levels welcome.
Materials to Bring: Small ephemera, photos, and objects to include in the box, and scissors.
Materials fee: $25.00
About the Instructor | Courtney Cerruti
Educated in California and France, Courtney now designs and teaches various art workshops around the Bay Area. Working in many mediums, but primarily paper, Courtney creates whimsical and magical objects, always with an eye to the narrative aspects of each unique piece.
Past Student Reviews
“Courtney is always organized, has tons of materials and shares techniques freely. Also, provides a supportive environment to play”
“this class unleashed my creativity!"
“Best teacher I’ve had here yet!”
“I can go home and apply all I’ve learned. I’m thrilled”
“Very inspiring for my K-8 art curriculum”
“No matter what she teaches, she makes it magical”