Meet our instructors: Angie Hauch

Angie_introAngie Hauch is a freelance animator/illustrator. She migrates between Chicago, Detroit, and the tiny town of Sawyer in southwest MI. She loves the long commutes, and spends almost every meditative mile lost in a sketch.

Angie graduated from Kendall College of Art and Design with a BFA in animation and made her film festival debut in 2011 with the short film, Cuckoo for Two. She is a volunteer at Facets Film Camp and serves on the jury during the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival.

Angie is a design consultant for the University of Chicago’s Ci3 Program, where she works with youth providing technical training in art production for game design. She is an editor and facilitator of digital storytelling workshops at Storyographers. During her previous position as an associate producer at Woodlawn Avenue Productions, she worked on multiple social justice documentaries.

It is not an exaggeration to say that Angie spends every possible second she can at the beach. After a lifetime of rock collecting she started designing beachglass jewelry, vending at craft shows, and selling on Etsy.

At the seminar this summer she’ll be teaching Workshop 5: Capturing People in Motion

Area of specialty in sketching:
Preferred mediums: Pen & ink, watercolor
Preferred subjects: people, waterscapes

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Angie joined the Urban Sketchers movement in 2014, and she can… not… stop… We are ever so glad she has joined the Chicago Usk group and look forward to learning from her this summer!

See more of Angie’s work on these sites:

www.angiehauch.com

angie-hauch@tumblr.com

https://www.etsy.com/shop/straightfromthelake

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