Zachary Gough is an artist, activist and student/teacher that works collaboratively and responsively with other artists, community groups and organizations. He works in media ranging from Screen printing to video to performance. Recently he concluded a year long residency at JL Ilsley High School through Arts Express and the United Way. He is currently the Art & Activism visiting Scholar at NSCAD.
Workshops and Activities
Screen Printing Basics. Using the newly re-vived equipment from JL Ilsley High School's Arts Express mobile Screen Printing studio, I can introduce student to the basic principles of screen printing. Using both stencil and photo emulsion techniques, students will get a chance to make their own prints and explore the process of multiples. Video Making - So much of the media we're exposed to today is video. This workshop will help students gain skills to make their own video and talk back to the media landscape. We'll turning ads, youtube videos, and music videos into our own video art, and make critiques of the media landscape we live in.
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10 – 12
Areas of Expertise
Video, Drawing, Contemporary Art Practice, Performance/Installation, Print Making