26th Annual ISEA Experimental Art Symposium
Art Symposium Registration Non Member
5% Early bird discount for those who register by August 23, 2017
Join Annie Morgan for a fun-filled two day workshop focused on experimenting with "poured" acrylic skins.
You will learn how to pour acrylic skins to create transparent sheets that can be layered and collaged into your paintings.
Annie will demonstrate transfer techniques, faux encaustic, and the use of glazing and patina to create dimension and unify your work. Annie's workshops create an atmosphere where exciting alternative strategies are explored.
Come prepared to be surprised!
Tour of the Rauschenberg Gallery and The Gallery At The Alliance for the Arts. Lunch at Christofs with individual tabs.
Please note: This tour may overlap other symposium events.
Useppa Island is on the historic registry and is a private island with a deep Indian history as well as having served as a navy post during the civil war and as a training facility for the Bay of Pigs invasion. We will also tour the small Calusa Museum while there. It is a small hike on a dirt road to the museum and the Collier Inn where we will be having a buffet luncheon.
Those who would like to rent a golf cart (4 to a cart) may do so at an extra cost of $10 per person per hour. Golf carts must be reserved at time of registration. The boat is due back to Captiva by 3:00 pm and we should arrive back at the hotel by 3:30 pm
LUNCH BUFFET: Caprese Salad, Antipasta Display, Grilled Vegetable Panini, Italian Deli Meat Panini, Focaccia Bread with Mascarpone and Berries. Ice Tea, Lemonade and fountain drinks. Alcohol is extra.
Demo will be a shortened version of Christine's workshop which is drawing and painting over collage. She will demonstrate the basics of collage with fabrics and papers and then do a drawing and painting demo of each step. Christine will bring pieces that she has already worked on in various states of this process.
Sponsored by Golden Paints
This two-day workshop will explore your creative self and open your mind to the possibilities of working with new methods, painting intuitively and allowing chance to create a breakthrough. Beginning with quick, specific exercises and garnishing new approaches, students will come away with losing their “fear” of painting in an abstract manner.
Please note: this workshop may overlap other symposium events.
On your own bus tour of quaint shops and restaurants in the River District
Member Awards Dinner
Schedule of Events