Best known for fabricating ambitious, large-scale installations, MICA faculty member Stephen Hendee is creating a new objective for his studio practice – carving out time to shape a new generation of makers thanks to a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant.
Serving as an artist-in-residence at
“Some of the tools we’ll use will include the relationship between vector based software and robotic tools using blades or lasers for cutting paper, cardboard, plastics
Students will earn youth membership credentials at
“It’s a great opportunity to share knowledge, but also to encourage a new generation of makers developing content that’s uniquely theirs to realize,” he said.
“For some, this will be their first exposure to making objects through multiple processes and media. The course will allow for expanding the scope of the student’s understanding and
At the end of the semester, Hendee and his students will hold a symposium at the Lazarus Center to reflect on their process as they present their projects. The groups’ final works will be on display, sharing space in Gallery CA alongside some of Hendee’s very own pieces.