May 22 - 27, 2022
Leticia R. Bajuyo · bajuyo.com
Workshop at a glance
Learn material sensitive techniques for connecting, securing, and manipulating objects imbued with memory into a series of sculptural collaged landscapes.
- Analyze collected materials and employ sewing, laminating, riveting, soldering, and welding techniques
- Explore the composition and concepts needed to create multiple finished pieces
- Found objects
- Sample materials such as CD jewel cases
- Natural and human made found materials including sticks to bottlecaps
- Completed series sculptural collages
- Knowledge of techniques led by material assessment and conceptual consideration
Leticia R. Bejuyo is an interdisciplinary sculptural artist and associate professor of art/sculpture at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi. She received her BFA from the University of Notre Dame and her MFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. In Bajuyo’s artwork, compassion and empathy fuel her studio production as she combines disparate objects and remnants of past yearnings into drawings, sculptures, and installations. She has a large-scale installation the Nashville International Airport.
In this workshop students will discover material sensitive techniques for connecting, securing, and manipulating objects imbued with memory into personal vistas. Drawing from the natural landscape around Arrowmont and fabricating with a wide range of media, participants will create a series of sculptural landscapes using found objects that they bring to class as well as curating from the instructor’s collection. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $690 · materials list
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