Register for the workshop below
VIRTUAL Passports Solitaire – What is a ring?
October 9, 2021
1:00-3:30 p.m. ET
SNAG Members: $145
Non Members: $190
This workshop will provide creative thinking and conceptual tools that will help students to create ideas and prototypes that later can be translated in different materials, in this process the participants can shape their artistic identity and develop a line of work based on personal interests and forms.
The experimentation of ideas and materials is a very important element in this workshop, the student will learn to read and develop a new artistic and visual language using questioning technique as the basis.
- participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
- please see the suggested materials list here
- students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.
After obtaining his master’s degree in 2006 at St Lucas University College of Art and Design in Antwerp, Belgium, Manilla continued to work as a freelance artist and as an art educator at different institutions in Europe, Central and South America.
During 2014-2018, Manilla carried out a doctoral research at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, under the name “other bodies: fragments are not just small parts”.
In 2017, Manilla obtained the position of Senior Lecturer in the subject area of metals and artistic jewelry at the Oslo National Academy of Arts in Oslo, Norway, a position he continues to hold full time to this day.
Manilla is constantly active as a visiting professor in different official institutions as well as in private and independent organizations, as a critic and tutor of art programs, giving workshops on creative, technical and conceptual processes.
Manilla’s work has been acquired by various museums, collections and private foundations around the world.