Upcoming Workshops at PAVED

Upcoming Workshops at PAVED

Upcoming Workshops at PAVED

Thursday, December 7th, 7pm
Preparing a Digital Image for Screen Printing (Silkscreen, Part 1)
Workshop w/ Michael Peterson

This course will take participants through the process of preparing a digital image so it can be used as a stencil for screen printing. Topics covered will include techniques for bitmapping images, separating images into CMYK layers for full-colour printing, spot colouring, and limits on how detailed an image can be depending its application (textile vs. paper-based printing).

Participants taking Part 2 will be able to use their image to create a silkscreen stencil, for a two-colour poster.
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*Participants should bring a laptop with Photoshop (a trial version is fine).

Michael Peterson is the co-founder and chair of Saskatoon’s Void Gallery, Project Manager for the provincial Professional Practices for Artists training program jointly developed by the Saskatchewan Craft Council and Void, and 2017 Curator for Nuit Blanche Saskatoon. He co-hosts Un-framed, the weekly arts program on CFCR, Saskatoon’s community radio station. Michael holds a Master of Design from Emily Carr and a BFA and BSc from the University of Saskatchewan.


To Register: Contact technical@pavedarts.ca or 
306-652-5502 ext. 3
Members: Free
Non-members: $50/Price of a membership at time of registration

 


Sunday, December 10th, 1pm
Low Cost Filmmaking – From Proposal to Execution
Workshop w/ Aisha Jamal

This workshop is a general overview for new filmmakers and is intended for beginning directors and producers. It gives participants an overview of all the stages involved in low cost, independent filmmaking. Learn how to take your idea from the proposal stage to execution. Learn about the writing process, laying out your shooting schedule, prepping for your shoot, directing a small crew, how to plan for editing and some of the many options for finishing and exhibiting your film.

Aisha Jamal is a Toronto-based filmmaker, programmer and film professor. Her short documentaries have screened at festivals and venues worldwide. She is currently working on her first feature-length documentary called “A Kandahar Away” for the Documentary Channel. She is also Head of Programming at the Syria Film Festival and Canadian Film Programmer at Hot Docs Canadian Documentary Film Festival. Aisha teaches film theory and history at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario. Along with Maya Bedward, she runs a monthly podcast on gender and race in film called “The Gaze.”

To register for this free members’ workshop, email technical@pavedarts.ca 


Wed. December 13th, 7:30pm
Canada Council for the Arts Grant Writing
Workshop w/ Laura Jeanne Lefave

This workshop will focus on the grants for individuals (both artists and curators), groups or collectives that may apply to Explore and Create program; covering both Media Arts (Moving Images and New Media) as well as Digital Arts. There will be a general session with an overview of the program guidelines and application form. The workshop will also address the portal application process followed by a Q & A session. It is possible to have individual meetings on a first come, first serve basis during the afternoon.

To register for this free members’ workshop, or book a private afternoon meeting, email technical@pavedarts.ca


Thursday, December 14th, 7pm
Screen Printing a Digitally-Created Stencil (Silkscreen, Part 2)
Workshop with Michael Peterson
at Void Gallery

This course will take participants through the process of screen-printing an up to two colour poster. They will be shown how to coat a silkscreen with photo-emulsion and how to expose and wash-out their screen to create their stencil. They will then have the opportunity to print paper posters using their image, in colours of their choosing. Those who have taken Part 1 will be able to use the stencil they created in that course; participants only taking this course should email Michael their image at least a week ahead. The course will end with participants each printing their posters.

* A $25 material fee will be charged per participant.

Michael Peterson is the co-founder and chair of Saskatoon’s Void Gallery, Project Manager for the provincial Professional Practices for Artists training program jointly developed by the Saskatchewan Craft Council and Void, and 2017 Curator for Nuit Blanche Saskatoon. He co-hosts Un-framed, the weekly arts program on CFCR, Saskatoon’s community radio station. Michael holds a Master of Design from Emily Carr and a BFA and BSc from the University of Saskatchewan.

To register for this members workshop, please email technical@pavedarts.ca


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About Memberships:
Did you know? PAVED member perks include free work-shops plus artist-priced access to equipment rentals, video editing suite, digital photo suite, audio suite, darkroom, event space rentals, and more!

Fee: $50/year ($25 for Student/Underemployed)
To buy/renew your membership, please contact Lenore at
technical@pavedarts.ca or 306-652-5502 ext. 3

www.pavedarts.ca/membership

 

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