These talented instructors will teach our Fall 2018 teacher workshops.
Wendy Partridge is a letterpress printer, book artist, and paintings conservator. Between her undergraduate and graduate studies, she worked with printer Peter Koch for three years at his letterpress studio in Berkeley and at the Press in Tuscany Alley in San Francisco. She helped establish—and for a number of years was the coordinator for—the letterpress studio at the Zygote Press. She teaches several workshops each year on letterpress printing. As a member of the CLE Colectiv, she prints handset letterpress cards and coasters: http://clecolectiv.bigcartel.com/.expand collapse
Erin Duhigg is a Cleveland-based artist who holds a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art and an MFA from Washington University in St. Louis. Erin is adjunct faculty and technical specialist for the Sculpture + Expanded Media major at the Cleveland Institute of Art.expand collapse
Leandro Castelao is an Argentinean graphic designer and illustrator. After completing studies at the University of Buenos Aires and teaching typography and illustration at his alma mater, he relocated to NYC to expand his career. His unique visual style has been recognized by Communication Arts and American Illustration and has won him a nomination in the 2014 Latin Grammy’s for best package design.expand collapse
Matthew Hollern is professor and chair of Jewelry + Metals at the Cleveland Institute of Art. He has received research and professional development grants from the Society of North American Goldsmiths, Lilly Foundation, John and Maxeen Flower Fund, CPAC - Creative Workforce Fellowship, and individual artist fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe and is included in collections including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Design Museum Helsinki, Vatican Archive, Ohio Crafts Museum, Cleveland Art Association, and others.expand collapse
Steve Leetch is a glass artist and designer. For 25 years, he has enjoyed working relationships with galleries and creative designers. He is the founder of Short Line Glass, a specialty glass studio that designs/builds custom art glass interiors.expand collapse
Lynne Norwood Lofton received her BS in Art Education from Northern Illinois University and after moving to Ohio, attended the Cleveland Institute of Art in the Ceramics program. She has been a ceramic artist and teacher for over 35 years, exhibiting in galleries throughout the Midwest. Sixteen years ago, Lynne founded TerraVista Studios in the Cleveland Arts Quarter and has been working there ever since.expand collapse
When: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Who: K-12 Instructors, any subject!