Studium West Presents “Patterns, Pixels, and Superpowers – Designing an Art Practice” Jan 11

Explore the colorful interweaving of art, identity, education, digital storytelling, and community building with Peninsula College faculty Renne Emiko Brock as she shares her art practice woven with fiber and multimedia art, color research, engaging virtual environments, and inclusive collaborations January 11, 2019 at 6:30 pm at Peninsula College Forks.

Renne is an artist, instructor, superhero, and advocate of awesomeness, empowering people to be their best virtual and tangible self by advancing excellence, exceptional pursuits, and individualism through creative expression and encouraging instruction with inspired results.

Since 1993, she has taught fine art, fiber arts, digital arts, virtual world use, social media, multimedia web, video, personal and professional branding, marketing, collaborative community building, and art enterprise with Peninsula College, University of Washington, Monterey Peninsula College, at conferences, and independently. She produces creative events like the First Friday Art Walk Sequim, North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival, and several more while also serving on nonprofit organization boards to foster innovation and inclusion.

Studium West is a monthly lecture series sponsored by Peninsula College Forks, covering current and historical topics from the arts, humanities and social sciences. The presentations are free and open to the public. Peninsula College is located at 481 S. Forks Ave. For more information, call 360-374-3223 or email dscannell@pencol.edu.