In this advanced-level course, we will explore the use of prompts and parameters to infuse fresh ideas into your creative process while working with photography, video, installations, sound/visual hybrids, or any other visual forms.
Sep 27, 2022 - Oct 25, 2022
Workshop Fee: $495
Class Size: 12
Note: This course will be held online using the Zoom Platform. Classes will be held on 5 consecutive Tuesdays 10-11:45am EST (Sep 27 and Oct 4, 11, 18, 25).
In this advanced-level course, we will explore the use of prompts and parameters to infuse fresh ideas into your creative process.
The creative prompts are derived from art historical references, materials, philosophy, the elements, and principles of design, time, and the unexpected. Each week the course will meet for an hour and forty-five minutes. During this time we will present work from the previous week and engage in a discussion and critique of the work created. Every week parameters for a new project will be presented along with related contemporary and art historical information relating to the prompt.
This course is open to advanced artists working in photography, video, installation, sound/visual hybrids, or any other visual forms.
Images from ScottFullerStudios.com.
Instructor: Scott Fuller
Fuller is the Founder and Department Chair of the BFA in Visual Arts program at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine. The program encourages students to study fine art combining traditional and new media. Scott is a practicing artist focusing in large scale public works and experimental small scale forms. His work interprets the natural world and has a diverse range, utilizing photography, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, large-scale metal, glasswork and ephemeral materials like fire, ice and projection. Fuller’s work has been exhibited throughout the USA and in a total of thirty-four different countries around the world. His work has been published in international exhibition catalogs, books, periodicals, local media and has appeared on national television in the USA and China. Scott received an award in Beijing for a landscape sculpture created for the Summer Olympics and presented the work in the California Governor’s Office during a cultural exchange between Chinese and American artists.