Trainer: David de Fer
The Dawson Community College Art Department is proud to present the outstanding art works of the talented and creative student artists of Dawson Community College. Forty-one students will be exhibiting their artwork in the Dawson Community College 2013 Annual Spring Juried Student Art Show.
Dawson Community College art students are getting creative in the great outdoors of Eastern Montana. Gretchen Bederman's Foundations of Art students fired their raku glazed self portrait masks Tuesday April 16 with Jordan Pehler and his traveling raku kiln. Pehler is the Education Director and artist-in-residence at the Miles City Waterworks Museum. See students' finished masks in the Annual Spring Student Art Show opening on Monday, April 22.
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Dawson Community College art students with a passion for art will exhibit their artwork during the month of March at The Gallery in downtown Glendive Montana. In addition, Jane Hart of Billings will have her popular rustic welded metal sculpture on display.
Please join us for the artists reception on Sunday, March 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come meet the artists, enjoy the artwork, conversation, and refreshments. We hope that you will come and support the arts, as well as Dawson Community College’s budding artists.
“Nest”, a mezzotint by Serbian printmaker Snezana Petrovic is one of the works included in the “International Mezzotint Exchange Exhibition” installed in Dawson Community College Gallery 126 from March 25 through May 9. Twenty-four mezzotint images, created by twenty-four artists from ten countries, are included in the exhibition. The artists are all members of the International Mezzotint Society (I.M.S.) and participated in the 2011 membership print exchange. Each printmaker created a handmade mezzotint edition of twenty-five prints exchangin
Screen printing demystified. Visiting artist Linda Olson explains screen printing techniques to a full class during the February 9 workshop. Each participant had the opportunity to experience the complete printing process from stretching the screen, to applying, fixing, and printing multiples their original designs on both fabric and paper.
Dawson Community College Gallery 126 is pleased to present "Linda A. Olson, M.F.A. untitled plethora" celadon vessels, serigraphs, and rock art documentation in photographs and drawings by Linda Olson on exhibit from February 8 - March 15. The Opening will take place on Friday, February 8 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
The Dawson Community College Art Department is proud to present:
Introduction to Screen Printing Workshop with visiting artist Linda Olson on Saturday, February 9, 10:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.
The cost is $35.
Have you ever wanted to make a screen print? Here's your chance. Silkscreen printing, or screen printing, is everywhere. Screen printing is one of the most versatile, low-tech, and easy printing methods available. Screen printing seems complicated to the uninitiated, but this workshop will completely demystify the process. This beginner-level workshop covers:
The Dawson Community College Annual 2012 Fall Juried Student Art Show, Reception and Awards Presentation, was held on Monday, December 10, 2012. Gretchen Bederman, of the Visual Arts Department, and history instructor Michael Booker, announced the winners, handed out The People's Choice Award and eleven prizes chosen by this year's judges Casey Malkuch and Michael Booker.
Cole Johnson of Bloomfield, MT graduated from DCC in 2011 with high honors and was also a member of Phi Theta Kappa.