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** We ask that students register in advance so we know that we have enough students for a class to run. Don't see what you're looking for here? We also have great workshops for Teens and Adults! Take a look at our Workshop Page.
Ongoing Wednesdays beginning November 7, 6:00-8:00pm Teen/Adult $20/class or $70/month Adults and teens are invited to this weekly gathering to make art together. Emily will set up optional projects for participants, and will provide corresponding lessons, tips and tricks for those who are interested. Projects will include still life set ups, perspective & observation exercises, as well as monthly model sessions, where the period will go from 6 - 9 pm. Emily will be available for assistance throughout the period and will teach in accordance to group interest. Participants are also welcome to bring their own personal projects for help as well. Join as a way to make time in your week to devote to art and develop your skill, while getting a chance to connect with other artists and share critiques.
Ongoing beginning Thursdays, September 20, 6:00-9:00pm Adults $5 plus shared cost of model Open to anyone seeking time and space to work on figurative art, being most conducive for painting and drawing. These sessions will span from 6 - 9 pm, with the first half hour devoted to 5 minute gesture drawing and the remaining time on a long pose. The pose will be agreed upon among the group, and the group can democratically choose how many sessions each pose gets. Cost of the model will be split equally among the group members, plus $5 towards the house. There will be a cap of fifteen people. We ask that students register in advance and let us know when they intend to come so we can be sure we can cover the model.
Sundays, November 4 - December 16, 4:00-5:00pm Teen/Adult $20/class or $100 for 7 weeks Learn and share about watercolor painting and alternative techniques in an open studio format. Bring your paints and paper and work, talk about, and ask questions with the instructor and the other members of the class. Oliver Frid, is a water colorist by trade with 18 years of experience and mentored under Regents Professor and Watercolorist Rob Erdle and also 12 years experience as an art educator. Oliver is also the grandson of Tage Frid, master craftsman woodworker and one of the first editors of Fine Woodworking Magazine.