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Instructor: Patricia Miranda
Friday, April 5 through Saturday, April 6
2-day workshop, 10am-4pm
Class size 5-8, All Levels
$220 members, $280 non-members

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Patricia Miranda brings The Crit Lab to CCP. Akin to a mini graduate-level seminar, the group will engage materials in their own language, situate artworks in a social context, ask ethical and aesthetic questions, while protecting the creative process.
The Crit Lab is a supportive forum for exploration and discussion of work at every level from idea to completion. The ongoing and intensive safe space of the meetings encourages work to thrive and grow in critical depth and perception. The connections and community transcend the Lab.

This two-day workshop will introduce to Crit Lab methodology. After an introductory lecture, participants engage in long form critique with each person’s work.

Participants should bring a group of works to discuss.


PATRICIA MIRANDA is an artist, educator, and curator, using interdisciplinary projects to make connections between art, science, history and culture. She is founder of MAPSpace, a project space in Port Chester, NY, where she founded a collaborative workspace residency program. She has been Visiting Artist at Vermont Studio Center, Heckscher Museum, and University of Utah, been awarded residencies at I-Park, Weir Farm, and Vermont Studio Center; an artist grant from ArtsWestchester/NYSCA, and was part of a yearlong NEA grant working with homeless youth. Miranda teaches in the BFA program at Lyme Academy College at the University of New Haven, and MFA program at New Hampshire Institute of Art. Miranda develops STEAM education programs for K-12, museums, and institutions, including Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Smithsonian Institution, and Franklin Furnace. She has exhibited at Wave Hill, Bronx, NY; Cape Museum of Fine Art, MA; the Belvedere Museum, Austria; Metaphor Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, NY.

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Participants should come prepared with their art in hand. Please use a portfolio case so that work can be safely transported. Please bring note taking materials.

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