What happens when two artists draw the same object? Established artists and teachers Kristine Diekman and Tony Allard describe the inspiration behind their Book Project, and the transformative power of creative collaboration.
Join artists Kristine Diekman and Tony Allard live on Thursday Feb 15 at 10am Pacific Time!
Watch Kristine & Tony’s episode of ONE, and then join us for their interactive live stream to discuss their work, ask questions, and get to know these established artists and teachers.
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Who are Kristine & Tony?
Kristine Diekman is a Professor in the Video, School of Arts department at California State University, San Marcos, and has more than 40 years experience producing and directing award-winning experimental and documentary socially-engaged media projects.
Tony Allard is a performance artist, electronic media artist, writer, and teacher, currently teaching drawing, video production, and digital media courses at California State University, San Marcos.
Kristine and Tony have individual creative practices, but have a long history of collaboration, including a tandem drawing practice and the Big Book project.