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October 9 - December 31
October 9 – December 31, 2021
Exhibit Admission: $7 Admission ages 13+
Opening Reception: October 8, 6-8 pm
Free Day: December 1
Sauda Mitchell utilizes her artistic creations to pay homage to the past – ensuring her work uplifts, educates, and expresses the Black experience. Inspired by literary and art giants such as Virginia Hamilton, Tom Feelings, and Jacob Lawrence, Mitchell’s prints serve as visual communicators to the next generation by linking QR scan code technology with traditional print making. This exhibition includes a new work that directly resonates with the Jacob Lawrence exhibition also on view.
Sauda Mitchell is a printmaker, archivist, and educator from Winston-Salem, NC. She holds an Associate of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix, a B.A. in Communication Art with a minor in Art History from the Savannah College of Art and Design, a Master’s in Library and Information Science with a concentration in Archival Studies from Drexel University, and is certified by the Academy of Certified Archivists. She currently serves as the SCAD Jen Library Archives and Special Collections Librarian at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Lecture with Sauda Mitchell
Friday, Oct. 8, 6pm
Foote Gallery Auditorium at the Loveland Museum
Free admission and no registration required
Bookbinding: Telling Stories through Concept & Making
Workshop with Sauda Mitchell
Saturday, Oct. 9, 1-3 pm
Loveland Museum’s BEET Education Center, 201 E 5th St, Loveland
$50 per student (non-member fee), $40 per student (member fee); Registration required
This workshop focuses on bookmaking as an artform. Utilizing materials, basic tools and techniques participants will actively explore the book making processes. Through hands-on demonstration, participants will create and construct their own artist book!
Bookbinding techniques that will be explored:
Simple Stab Binding