MURAL DESIGN AND CREATION – ART 133B
Berkeley City College, Fall 2015, Aug 24 – Dec 18
Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:00-10:00 PM
Instructors: Juana Araiza and Tirso Gonzalez
Place: BCC, Room 413
Class Sections: 43837 B1-LEC and 43838 B1L-LEC
(both lecture and lab required)
Acceptable for Credit: UC/CSU
A foundation class for the Certificate of Achievement in Public Art
This class teaches the techniques of mural painting, and will combine digital technologies with analog, artisan techniques of traditional painting. Our public art program’s True Colors Mural Project paints socially conscious community murals, and the class is transferable. This year, we will paint a monumental mural in collaboration with other students, community and master muralists. The mural has been designed by the students of the spring’s MURAL DESIGN AND CREATION class, ART 133A. The fall class will execute and add to the design.
We will create a new work of work at Berkeley City College, to be installed at San Francisco State University at the end of the semester! The mural has a prison abolition theme, and has been commissioned by Project Rebound, a wonderful agency that works with formerly incarcerated university students. for more information, contact email@example.com.