Shadows and Shrines:
A Deeper Seminar
Shadows and Shrines is a project oriented course that takes a reflective approach to creating. This seminar was recorded live and is now available as a self-paced course with unlimited access.
a place regarded as holy because of its associations with a divinity or a sacred person or relic, marked by a building or other construction.
an aspect of self deemed unsavory, unrefined, or underdeveloped. Often ignored and hidden, in a misguided attempt to belong.
Exposed to the light
Deep truths can be found in the shadows, but first we must be willing to expose them to the light. This course takes a project oriented approach, while encouraging the participant to bring their own shadow and light stories to their work.Details and Registration
Shadows and Shrines
Without a need to force any particular narrative, we simply review these terms and reflect on the design of our work as we proceed through the lesson, allowing the work to prompt and stir us toward a deeper meaning.
The lesson was recorded live and includes an overview of the traditional art of Momigami, making the paste, applying it, and kneading the paper to cover a frame or support, to create a strong foundation for our Shrine or Shadow artwork.
Shadow and light serve as elements in the design, which may also include stitching, collage, and assemblage.Details and Registration
Whether your style is whimsical kitsch, or contemporary clean and modern, or somewhere in between, you'll learn everything you need to create a work that reflects and connects you to the shadow and the light that we each carry within.
This course includes:
- Four videos recorded during the live presentation on ZOOM.
- Unlimited access in your personal course library.
- This workshop is project oriented - supply list will be available in the classroom upon registration
*This workshop is already included for those participating Unit 1 of the year long Deeper study and those registered for the full year long Deeper study.