Material Lists!

Click below to read the rest of the post to see the full list of required materials for each group. In addition to those lists, please replenish materials in your kits as they were for Fall semester. 

A Group

SeeLAB with Prof. Vajda

Students should fill at a minimum, a one cubic foot box with objects from home. I use the word “home” in the most general sense. A place or an area that you associate with as being where you and your family are from. Objects from your house and the surrounding area. Half the objects can be things you care about and the other half you need to be willing to permanently alter or destroy. MAKE GOOD DECISIONS!

Please consider the following:

Appearance: Color, texture, shape, scale, form

Man made (symmetrical) or from nature (organic)

Seed pods, plants, fungi

Photos or printed material

Soft objects and hard objects

Make sure you have an extensive variety objects!

Artist Materials: charcoal, charcoal pencils, erasers, masking tape, drawing boards

MakeLAB with Prof. Green

-Assorted colors of sewing thread ( about 3-4 spools)

-2 balls of yarn in different colors

-1 spool of heavy weight white button/carpet thread

-package of assorted hand-sewing needles ( including a curved needle)

-Box of straight pins

-Good pair of fabric cutting scissors

-2 used stuffed animals ( find med. to large size ones these will be taken apart for class purposes)

-A 3-Ring binder

-rotary cutter
-self healing cutting mat — at least 18″ x 24″

-Fabric:  You will need a large quantity of fabric for this workshop.  The larger the quantity and variety of patterns, colors, textures, weights the better.  You may buy new materials but we strongly encourage you to use old clothing, blankets, quilts, etc. that can be easily found at places like Salvation Army or your parents storage rooms. Please wash all items before bringing them into class for use.

B Group

FuseLAB with Profs. McMahon and Blomster

Below is a link to the material list on Blick U under Fuse. Please purchase the EXACT COLORS we have listed.  Also, check to make sure you don’t already have some of the supplies listed before ordering everything, such as the ruler and compass.

http://www.dickblick.com/lists/blicku/TD26GPH4EAE5I/publicview/

SeeLAB  with Prof. Deutsch

– 1 set of head phones.  Can use ear bud type.

C Group

CoLAB with Prof. Hunter

– Bring an interesting container – see the blog posting from Prof.  Illuminato. You will need your tools from your toolbox as well as a ½ inch 3 ring binder and paper. It would also be helpful to have interesting fabric, paper materials or smaller boxes on hand for this class or anything left over from your material archive.

MakeLAB with Profs. Green and To

-Assorted colors of sewing thread ( about 3-4 spools)

-2 balls of yarn in different colors

-1 spool of heavy weight white button/carpet thread

-package of assorted hand-sewing needles (including a curved needle)

-Box of straight pins

-Good pair of fabric cutting scissors

-2 used stuffed animals ( find med. to large size ones these will be taken apart for class purposes)

-A 3-Ring binder

-rotary cutter
-self healing cutting mat — at least 18″ x 24″

-Fabric:  You will need a large quantity of fabric for this workshop.  The larger the quantity and variety of patterns, colors, textures, weights the better.  You may buy new materials but we strongly encourage you to use old clothing, blankets etc that can be easily found at places like Salvation Army or your parents storage rooms.  Please wash all items before bringing them into class for use.

D Group

FuseLAB with Prof. Morgan

Paint and Brushes (please see Dick Blick website http://www.dickblick.com/lists/blicku/JCUFGVSEJB7O4/publicview/ .

-24 inch cork-backed, metal ruler

-Utility knife (Olfa or x-Acto with extra blades)

CoLAB  with Prof. Illuminato

Bring an interesting container – see the previous blog posting from Prof.  Illuminato. You will need your tools from your toolbox: including gloves, screwdriver, X-Acto, wire cutters, goggles, paints, and sandpaper. It would also be helpful to have interesting fabric, paper materials or smaller boxes on hand for this class or anything left over from your material archive.