Carrie Hott
Monday–Thursday, June 18–July 13

1:30–4:30 pm 

In this course, we'll explore the broad spectrum of practices collage encompasses and discover their formal and conceptual possibilities--moving drawing beyond the page. Juxtaposing images, materials and concepts, practice combining different materials to create something entirely different from the sum of its parts. There will be an emphasis on the use of found and reused materials such as paint, wood, glass, and fabric, composition, combined with drawing from observation. Complete an array of individual and group assignments focused on both formal and thematic subjects.


Carrie Hott is an artist who lives and works in Oakland, CA. Her studio practice employs a variety of media including sculpture, drawing, and installation to find origins, connect tangents, and locate invisible histories. She received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and her BFA from Arizona State University. In 2009, Carrie Hott co-founded the Royal NoneSuch Gallery, in Oakland, CA, an alternative art and community event space.

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