Sorry, this event is now sold out. We hope to bring Jenny to Edmonton in 2019. Please email us to be notified next time we host a scenic art workshop.
Day 1 (March 5): will be the introduction and getting hands dirty mixing up concoctions to resemble things like crusty rust, stucco, blacktop, concrete and more. 10:30am-4:30pm
Day 2 (March 6): will be adding the finishing touches to the dry texture boards to complete the technique. 10:30am-1:30pm
All tools, products and substrates will be supplied. Come with your questions and paint clothes.
This class is limited to 15 people, please don’t delay in registering. Please plan to attend both days. There are a limited number of spots available for anyone who would just like to show up on Day 1 and learn more about some of Rosco’s creative products. Everyone is invited to stay at the Jubilee after Tuesday’s course for more informative Backstage Access sessions as well as a trade show on stage! All included with your registration!
This course is open to everyone the cost is $45 for the 2-day course or $10 if you just want to sit in on day 1. CITT Members will receive 10% off the cost of the 2-day course.
Sessions will take place at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary on March 5th and 6th, 2018 as part of the lead-up to Backstage Access.
About Jenny Knott:
Graduated from the University of Missouri, Kansas City with an MFA in Design and Technology. Jenny has freelanced as a Scenic Artist for over 30 years, working for regional theatres including Missouri Rep (now KC Rep), Arena Stage, the Guthrie, Goodspeed Opera House, Scaena Studios, as
well as union scene shops, film and television. She has been an artist in residence/instructor at the University of Illinois-Champaign/Urbana and the Smithsonian in Washington DC. Jenny is a member of United Scenic Artists 829, USITT and past member of USITT Board of Directors. She joined Rosco as their Paint Product Manager in July of 2003, travelling internationally to present seminars and workshops on scenic paint and coating techniques. Jenny continues to paint, keeping current with emerging scenic artists and new ways of approaching paint challenges. Let’s get creative and colourful.