S H I F T : PRINT + CLAY
Jason Bige Burnett
MARCH 27-28 (Wednesday/Thursday), 2013
9am-4pm/ Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico
Students will learn about screen-printing and how to set up shop. Demonstrations will include a Photoshop introduction to alter images and drawings, how to create multiple stencils using silkscreens, and additional surface design decorations such as decals and lusters. Students will discover the process of slip and newsprint transfer application and various decoration demos to create rich layered surfaces. Audiovisual presentations will offer extensive examples of print implementations in contemporary ceramics . At the end of the course students will have all the skills and information needed to make their own successful transfers.
JASON BIGE BURNETT GRADUATED FROM WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY IN 2009 WITH A BFA IN CERAMICS AND BA’S IN BOTH PRINTMAKING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN. AFTER COLLEGE JASON CONTINUED HIS EDUCATION AT PENLAND SCHOOL OF CRAFTS IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA AS A CORE FELLOWSHIP STUDENT FOR TWO YEARS. JASON WAS AN ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE ARROWMONT SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS IN GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE FROM 2012 TO 2013. SINCE THEN HE HAS EXHIBITED NATIONALLY, BEEN FEATURED IN CERAMICS MONTHLY AND POTTERY MAKING ILLUSTRATED, AND AUTHORED THE BOOK GRAPHIC CLAY. HE NOW RESIDES AND WORKS IN LOUISVILLE, KY.