Thursday, January 27, 2011

Instructor: Michael Cepress
Holding a BA in Art from the University of Wisconsin and an MFA in Fibers from the University of Washington, Cepress has worked professionally as a designer and educator for 10 years. An intense interest in the male wardrobe and tailoring traditions has led Cepress to focus on the design and production of menswear and theatrical costume, and he has written on clothing’s relationship to gender and popular culture. Cepress is a 3-time nominee for the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Art Award, and is seeing attention worldwide. Reaching beyond the bounds of fashion, Cepress’ work has traveled
internationally as part of art and fashion exhibitions in London, Athens, Luxembourg and Antwerp. He has worked as costume designer for productions with director Robert Wilson, and his costumes and fashion collections continue to see attention with publication in FiberArts, DANCE Magazine, Seattle Magazine, Seattle Metropolitan and multiple books on the subject of wearable art.

Saturday February 19, 2011 - 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday February 20, 2011 - 10:00am – 6:00pm

815 Airport Way South, Seattle WA 98134
Workshop is limited to 12 students assuring ample workspace and time with instructor.

All materials and basic tools needed to complete the workshop will be provided
including various drawing papers, pencils, charcoal, conte crayon, erasers, masking
tape, collage materials, glue, etc for students to work with.
*Students are encouraged to bring their own portable art supplies to ensure you have
a comfortable range of tools to work with including scissors, X-acto knives,
sharpeners, specialty drawing tools, rulers, and other personal tools or supplies you
LUNCH IS PROVIDED : Please indicate your preference below.
-Water, coffee and tea will also be available to students throughout the workshop.
-Make checks payable to Michael Cepress Design
-VISA/Mastercard - by phone. Call Michael Cepress Design at 206.334.7602
-15% Student Discount is available to full-time students only (TOTAL: $153)
Payment is non-refundable and confirms your enrollment in this course.
All payments and requests for enrollment must be received by Thurs. Feb 17, 2011.
A receipt for your payment will be mailed to you directly.
QUESTIONS? Contact Michael Cepress at or 206.334.7602