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January 9, 2011

Yolanda Paulsen: Master Class in Sculptural Issues

For the week following the symposium, (January 25 to January 30) Yolanda Paulsen will lead a master class for women artists focusing on sculptural practices. 

Yolanda is offering in-depth discussions (both one-on-one and group) about issues pertaining to work in 3-dimensions.  
Yolanda’s process is intuitive and physical.  She will work with participants to share their process, and explore the relationships between gesture and theory, the theme of internal and external power. 
She will set the curriculum to include looking at work, facilitated discussion, exploratory assignments, movement exercises, and individual critiques. 
Meeting times will be decided by the group. 

Enrollment will be limited to 4-6 mid-career and established women artists, chosen by Yolanda. 

To apply, please submit:
* a paragraph about what you make and the ideas that drive your work
* a line or two about why you want to participate in this program
* 5 jpg images of your artwork

In order to apply, you must be a MAWA member.
If you are not a member, please submit a MAWA membership form and payment.  
Cost of program is $75.00 
Applications are due at MAWA by Friday, January 14. 

Please submit by e-mail to: 
programs@mawa.ca. 
Put "Master Class" in the subject heading.

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