VCFA’s MFA in Graphic Design invites you to a **FREE** public lecture and workshop with VCFA faculty member Ian Lynam!
Date: April 26, 2020
Time: 11:00AM–12:00PM EST
Lecture & Workshop
(Open to all!)
Due to the incredible reliance on digital tools today, let’s turn to making some visual work with our hands instead—both individually and collectively. Collage is both a method and a strategy that gets overlooked in regards to graphic design, despite being part and parcel of graphic design. Collage is one method for making work that exudes design authorship, stands out from the pack, and can help imbue your design work with visual authorship.
After a brief and very cursory look at influential collage from the 1970s through today (AKA Ian’s wildly subjective take on what he terms “The Collage Canon”), workshop members are invited to explore the catharsis of making analog collaged compositions together. While there is a relatively brief presentation component, this workshop is intended to allow us all to slow down, focus in ways we might not do normally, consider our aesthetic choices, chat, cut and paste, but most of all: be together.
The lecture and workshop will be held via Zoom. To RSVP, drop an email to [email protected] We will email you back the meeting link and the corresponding password.