Embodying Process: An Artlab Workshop
with Amber Imrie
In this non-hierarchical workshop, artists will offer each other critical feedback, from idea to fruition, culminating in an online group exhibition of artworks workshopped. Artists will get to know each other, forming connections to strengthen deep and meaningful feedback between each other’s art practices. This workshop is created to help support artists who are going through a transition; maybe starting a new project, series, or looking to refine their process. While all Artlabs have the same basic structure, each session is responsive to the attending artists' overlapping interests, needs, and the approach of the session’s guide. This workshop is lead by Amber Imrie. Amber brings to Artlab methods for recognizing our creative process through embodied creative living. Various exercises will be shares with attending artists to help them take their work to the next level. The Virtual Exhibition Reception for this class will happen on Friday, Sep 2nd with the online Exhibition Dates: Sep 2nd - Dec 2nd, 2022.
July 6th - August 1st
Mon & Wed
3 - 5:30 pm EST
Amber Imrie is a queer artist, art educator, and founding team member of The Alternative Art School. She received her BA from UC Berkeley and MFA from Stanford University. She’s been the recipient of many awards, fellowships, and residencies including the Murphy Cadogan Award and Anita Squires Fowler Award in Photography. Amber Founded and was editor-in-chief of the art magazine, Venison Magazine from 2014-2017, ran a pop-up art residency, Camp Venison in 2015, and has facilitated critique sessions in and outside formal education. Imrie has taught at a variety of institutions, including UC Berkeley and Stanford University. Since 2020 Amber has worked alongside Nato Thompson building the Alternative Art School. Imrie lives in Åland Islands, Finland, and is developing a new body of artworks centered on queering rural America.
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