Process art places emphasis on the creative process rather than on the objet d’art, the finished work. Art inspired by this movement is a reflection of problem-solving, creativity, and curiosity. The Dada-influenced movement came out of the United States and Europe during the early 1960’s.
In this workshop, Sarah McKarney explores the different methods used in process-driven artwork. Participants will learn how the creative process transcends just a means of making—it also contains layers of meaning.
Instructor: Sara McKarney
For more information, contact Stacey Cann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780.426-4180.