We host three recent CCA graduates for July projects and a workshop this Saturday with Madeleine Isakson. Scroll down for details...
Ann, Braden, and Katie
Hannah Quinn received a BFA from California College of the Arts in the Furniture Design program in 2014. Her project in the Workshop explores fabricating a series of household tools including brooms, dustpans, and ironing boards in multiples of 50 of each object. http://www.hannahbeatricequinn.com/
Griffin Goldsmith received a BFA from California College of the Arts in 2014, where he studied Industrial Design. At Workshop Residence, Griffin utilizes various techniques to transform mismatched and discarded flatware into crafted and considered tableware sets. http://griffingoldsmith.com
Madeleine Isakson received a BFA from California College of the Arts where she studied furniture design. Her project at the Workshop is an extension of her thesis, in which textiles that thrift stores have deemed “unsellable” are repurposed and given a new functionality. The reactivated fabric is cast into lamps, bowls, and vases using bio-resin. http://www.madelineisakson.com/
Textile and Resin Workshop Saturday, July 19th
Join us Saturday, July 19th from 2 to 5:00 pm for a bio-resing in textile casting workshop. Bring an old shirt or textile to cast into a bowl, lampshade, flower vase...All other materials will be provided. $50 Click here to sign up.