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Thursday, February 27 • 2:45pm - 4:15pm
DIY: Drawn and Sewn Circuits in Art PREREG NOW! 75% FULL

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Learn how artists have embraced DIY culture in this hands-on workshop. Using basic drawing and sewing tools/methods, participants will create a working sewn circuit with conductive thread and LEDS, and contribute to a collaborative light drawing using conductive ink. Examples and themes in low-tech and do-it-yourself art practices will be discussed, including breaking gender-binary divides of skills and knowledge, demystifying technology-based art and craft, and creating light-based art with minimal materials.

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Leslie Sharpe

Chair and Associate Professor, MacEwan University
environment, north, animal-human relationships, climate change sculpture, installation, soundwalks PD, Processing, 3Dprinting, arduino, video, audio higher ed curriculum in digital art-culture


Thursday February 27, 2020 2:45pm - 4:15pm
(MacEwan University Allard Hall - Room 11-157) 11110-104 Ave N.W.