June 11- August 15, 2013
(no classes the week of July 1)
10% Senior Citizen (55+) and PSLV employee discount
See workshop descriptions and videos below.
Jewelry and Metalwork
This class is designed for students of various levels of jewelry making and metalsmithing, beginner through advanced. The course will cover techniques such as fabricating, casting, including stone setting and alternative materials as requested by the students. Students will develop individual ideas and explore new concepts. Students will be required to purchase materials such as metal, findings, solder, and stones.
Tuesday | 10- Noon | Room 301
Instructor: Ann Lalik
Drawing and Design Fundamentals
This class will cover basic drawing/printing techniques which may include graphite pencils, pen and ink, inked brushes, color pencils, crayons, charcoal, chalk, pastels, various kinds of erasers, markers, styluses, and various metals (such as silverpoint). A variety of drawing surfaces and design concepts will be explored.
Thursday | 10 - noon | Room 303
Instructor: Ron Delong
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Ron DeLong, M.Ed.; B.S. Kutztown University, Kutztown, Pa.Delong enhanced his degree training studying painting and European cinema at the University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria. He served as a guest lecturer/professor for National Art Education Getty Center Post-Graduate DBAE Institutes and Crayola Institutes. Among his many awards and accomplishments, he was named National Northeast Art Educator of the Year in 2000; Pennsylvania Art Educator of the Year 2002; received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Crayola in 2007 and was recognized by Art Education of New Jersey with an Executive Board Award for distinguished service to the field. De Long maintains an extensive fine art exhibition portfolio with a regional, state, national, and international focus. In addition to teaching, he is co-president of Studio & Gallery 2908 LLC in Slatington, Pa.
Ann Lalik, M.F.A; B.F.A Metalsmithing, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa.
Lalik is Gallery Director and Arts Coordinator at Penn State Lehigh Valley. She brings many years of teaching and program coordinating experience to the Lehigh Valley campus. As an artist, she focuses on designing and creating wearable art objects that chronicle her life as a woman in modern society, using precious and non-precious metals, plastics, and found objects. Her work has been exhibited regionally and nationally in galleries and museums.
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