Summer Workshop Program 2024
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Bridge the immediacy of drawing with the processes of printmaking. In this workshop, you will focus on developing visual ideas in a serial, yet exploratory approach. This workshop is ideal both for artists with limited printmaking experience as well as advanced printmakers eager to learn traditional and alternative printmaking techniques of committing their creative ideas and impulses to prints. Learn how to harness monotype’s versatility and fluidity, while exploring its ability to extract the aesthetic qualities characteristic of oil/watercolor paintings and drawings. Investigate the unique, conceptual, and aesthetic possibilities of your visual inclinations, and draw inspiration from the campus’s breathtaking surroundings during walk-abouts.Fred-Liang-Materials-List-SP24.docx.pdf
Fred H. C. Liang received a BFA from The University of Manitoba and an MFA from Yale University. His honors include Massachusetts Cultural Council Arts Grants in painting, printmaking, and works on paper. Liang’s work is in numerous public and private collections, including Fidelity, the Gund Collection, Addison Museum of American Art, and the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. Liang’s most recent exhibitions include the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Addison Museum of American Art in Massachusetts, XC.HuA Gallery in Berlin, and Jerez de la Frontera Gallery at The University of Cadiz, Spain. He was the recipient of the 2020 Joan Michell Foundation Grant and Boston Foundation’s Brother Thomas Fellowship in 2021. Liang is a Professor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, MA, where he is the Chair of the Printmaking Department.