College of Western Idaho (CWI) invites the public to participate in a weekend exploration of the work of Brooklyn-based artist and social activist, Traci Molloy. CWI welcomes Molloy as part of the Art department’s Visiting Artist Series. Molloy will host a lecture and workshops, Nov. 10-12, in room 206 of CWI’s Nampa Campus Academic Building. The weekend schedule will include:
Nov. 10, 6 p.m.
Lecture, Reception, Q&A
Nov. 11-12, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Workshops: Portraiture, contour drawing, composition, symbolic color, pattern, typography, watercolor painting, contrast, basic color theory, and focal point.
Molloy’s work explores adolescent culture, loss, and violence through photography, digital arts, installation, painting, and printmaking. Her collaborations have been exhibited in Johannesburg, New York City, Tokyo, Washington D.C., Atlanta, and Cleveland, and featured on Good Morning America and CBS Evening News. Visit www.tracimolloy.com to learn more.
The CWI Visiting Artist Series features both visual and performing artists. It is made possible thanks to a grant from the Idaho Commission on the Arts, which is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.
For more information or to reserve a spot in the workshops, contact Goran Fazil at [email protected].