Image Collage Workshop
With visual artists Laura McMorrow and Helena Gouveia Monteiro from the collective Stereo Editions
Date: 25th May 2019 (now booking)
Time: 10:00 am – 4: 30 pm (break 12:00pm – 1:00pm)
No. of Places: 10 max
Course Fee: €65 (€55 Gallery of Photography Members)
Use images ranging from the banal to the bizarre to create a unique collage that defies reality.
This workshop led by two visual artists will introduce participants to concepts and techniques of collage art, providing examples, guidance and materials for the creation of individual image collages.
They will get a chance to work with photographic materials from books, magazines, photographs etc. to create their collage’s allowing them to experiment with techniques and explore their creativity.
Students will become familiar with the endless possibilities of collage as seen in Dadaism, Surrealism and Conceptual Art. The workshop will open up the technical possibilities of collage that can be translated into music, literature, film and beyond
All materials are provided and no prior experience is necessary.
The workshop will be split into two sessions with a break in between:
10am-12pm: Introduction to collage, talk-through of historical examples and technical details.
1pm-4.30pm: Practice with materials, creation of final piece.
Where is it? The workshop takes place in the Gallery of Photography’s Light Room located at Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Is this workshop for me? This course is welcome to all abilities and ideal for those interested in collage and photography from the ages of 15+
How do I book a place? In order to secure a place we advise that you book well in advance as places are often heavily oversubscribed. You may book by calling into the Gallery in person, or by telephone at 01-6714654. We regret that we cannot accept bookings by email. Please telephone to check availability of places.
For further information: Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 01-6714654
Terms and Conditions: Places are booked only on receipt of full course fee which is non- refundable.
The Gallery reserves the right to cancel or postpone a course if necessary. The Gallery does not accept responsibility for injury to individuals or any loss or damages to property or personal possessions. This does not affect your statutory rights.
Laura McMorrow: Laura is a visual artist from Leitrim, Ireland. She holds a Masters in Fine art from the University of Ulster in Belfast, 2012 and graduated with a degree in painting from Limerick School of Art and Design, 2008. In 2017, Laura was awarded the Burren College of Art Emerging Irish Residency Award and has worked in the National Drawing Collection of Ireland. Recent exhibitions include a solo show at Leitrim Sculpture Centre and group exhibitions at 126 Gallery in Galway and Catalyst Arts Gallery in Belfast. Her practice incorporates video installation, sculpture, collage, and painting.
Helena Gouveia Monteiro: Filmmaker, photographer and editor Helena Gouveia Monteiro was born in Lisbon and lives and works in Dublin. She studied at both the National College of Art and Design in Ireland and the Villa Arson National Art School in France, from whom she received her MFA in 2015. She participated in several group exhibitions, screenings and performances such as Odyssée in Nice, Altered States in Hastings, Staunton International Film Festival, PRÁM studios and Prototyp gallery in Prague and PhotoIreland in Dublin.