The Design Center will offer open studio hours in the fall semester. Safety trained walk-ins are welcome. In addition, Design Center staff will offer in-person programming, safety trainings, and virtual consultations. Center access is subject to change with directives from the college, so please check our calendar and website frequently for updates. Email designcenter@barnard.edu with questions for design-related support and info about our summer programming. More details here.

May 1

Methods and Mediums: Using Collage for Art & Editorial Illustration -- with Emily Haasch

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  • Add to Calendar 2020-05-01 18:00:00 2020-05-01 19:00:00 Methods and Mediums: Using Collage for Art & Editorial Illustration -- with Emily Haasch From an ever-evolving art form to a method of storytelling, collage is a medium with limitless applications. Artist, illustrator, and art director Emily Haasch will walk through their ongoing practice as a collage artist, and how it translates to the practice of editorial illustration via perception, conceptual thinking, and journalistic storytelling.   Emily Haasch is an artist, illustrator, and designer residing in Brooklyn by way of both San Francisco and Chicago. Their work supports artists and creative communities through art direction and design for maker marketplaces (Etsy), games (Cards Against Humanity), musicians (Splice), art platforms (Electric Objects), and many more. Editorially, Emily has had the honor of illustrating stories for clients such as The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, MIT Technology Review, GOOD Magazine, Vox, Medium, and others. In addition to a professional practice, Emily is also a working artist and master of side projects, ranging from textiles to low-fi websites. More about Emily here, or on their Instagram.   Zoom Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

From an ever-evolving art form to a method of storytelling, collage is a medium with limitless applications. Artist, illustrator, and art director Emily Haasch will walk through their ongoing practice as a collage artist, and how it translates to the practice of editorial illustration via perception, conceptual thinking, and journalistic storytelling.
 
Emily Haasch is an artist, illustrator, and designer residing in Brooklyn by way of both San Francisco and Chicago. Their work supports artists and creative communities through art direction and design for maker marketplaces (Etsy), games (Cards Against Humanity), musicians (Splice), art platforms (Electric Objects), and many more. Editorially, Emily has had the honor of illustrating stories for clients such as The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, MIT Technology Review, GOOD Magazine, Vox, Medium, and others. In addition to a professional practice, Emily is also a working artist and master of side projects, ranging from textiles to low-fi websites.

More about Emily here, or on their Instagram.

Emily Haasch Portrait