What is a doodle-book? In this course, participants get to explore what a doodle-book can be. With the help of recycled materials and techniques such as drawing, printing, painting and collage and in combination with various tools, we will create magical books that no one has seen before. Participants learn how to bind their own books and gain knowledge of materials and techniques they can work on independently. The courses are led by visual artists Tina Kryhlmann and Annika Simonsson.
Workshop 1: June 20-21, 10 am-3 pm
Workshop 2: June 22-23, 10 am-3 pm
You can also attend both workshops.
Tina Kryhlmann (1986) is a visual artist and writer with a Master's in Art from Malmö Academy of the Arts. In her art, she works across different media and techniques and also uses the book as a form of expression. Her art is often about exploring expanded empathy and language. In addition to her art, she works as a tour guide at Kunstnernes Hus and has extensive experience with art communication for children and young people.
Annika Simonsson (1969) works alongside her art as a dissemination coordinator at Kunstnernes Hus, where she arranges and develops workshops for various target groups, with the main emphasis on children and young people. She has previously taught at the Cultural School in Oslo and Akershus. She has a Master's degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Trondheim (NTNU) and a Royal degree. Stockholm Academy of the Arts.