Artcar Workshop/Getting the Creative Juices Flowing with Rodney Wood
October 8, 2020 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Artist Rodney Wood will be providing two great opportunities for the community. An afternoon outdoor presentation from 3:00 to 4:00 pm will allow the public to learn about the Artcar movement, creating artcars, and Artcar Festivals. This presentation will be outside Elm Hall.
The evening presentation from 6:30 to 8:00 pm will involve business teams to participate in techniques that help get the creative juices flowing. Participants will have an opportunity to practice and discuss techniques that have been used successfully by large corporations and small businesses alike.
What is an Artcar?
According to the ArtCar Fest: “Many hold automobiles out as an extension of their identity and personality. ArtCar artists take that thought and run with it to create lavish, yet street-legal sculptures that electrify the public. People automatically understand that ArtCars proclaim that art plays an integral part in our lives, and that one has permission to make art no matter what your background.
Getting the Creative Juices Flowing
October 8, 2020 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
This evening presentation from 6:30 to 8:00 pm will involve business teams to participate in techniques that help get the creative juices flowing. Participants will have an opportunity to practice and discuss techniques that have been used successfully by large corporations and small businesses alike. It will be held in Bloedorn Lecture Hall.
About the Artist/Speaker
Rodney Wood has been considered by many as the ubiquitous “art guy” of many hats. His true passion lies in a life-long devotion to the Arts. Rodney is an artist who has also been an educator, arts advocate, and entrepreneur. Born and raised in Colorado, he has lived in places as diverse as Breckenridge, San Francisco, Santa Fe and Sedona. His art career has included: gallery owner, bronze foundry worker, teacher (private/public institutions – elementary through college), non-profit arts administrator, curator, preparator and jewelry designer.
A gifted and inspirational teacher & motivator, he has presented workshops and seminars in “Creativity” through the years to groups of all kinds – artists, corporations, non-profit boards, educators and students of all ages.