adult courses

Winter 2018

 

mondays

Life Drawing + Painting Mondays

All skill levels welcome. Supply list provided. Studio 2. 

Mondays Jan. 8 – Mar. 12 (except 1/15, 2/19) (8 sessions)
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

Develop the skills you need to create a work of art from a nude model. Poses will include short, two-minute gestural drawings, as well as longer poses ranging from twenty minutes up to two hours in length. Each participant will receive individual instruction. Model fee included.

Faculty: George Kozmon

NEW! Designing Dinnerware

Intermediate - Advanced. Supplies provided. Studio 3.

Winter
Mondays Jan. 8 – Mar. 12 (except 1/15, 2/19) (8 sessions) 
1:00pm – 4:00pm
$215

Create dynamic place settings using color and pattern. Learn to throw your own dinnerware set, including plates, bowls and tumblers! Decorating techniques will include slip work, sgraffito, transfers and layering techniques using glazes. 

Faculty: Amy Halko

Pottery Monday Evenings

All skill levels welcome. Supplies provided. Studio 3

Winter
Mondays Jan. 8 – Mar. 12 (except 1/15, 2/19) (8 sessions) 
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$215

This pottery course is designed to teach the techniques of wheel-throwing, hand-building and glazing at all skill levels. Beginning projects will be offered and advanced students will evolve their skills and create individual projects.  

Faculty: Stephanie Miller-Davis

tuesdays

Watercolor Tuesdays 

All skill levels welcome.  Supply list provided. Studio 2.

Winter
Tuesdays Jan. 9 – Mar. 13 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

Students will paint objects from life including still life, botanical subjects and landscapes. Two demonstrations will cover important points related to visual perception, composition, handling of the paint and color mixing.   

Faculty: Robert Raack

Portrait Painting + Drawing

All skill levels welcome. Supply list provided. Studio 2.

Winter
Tuesdays Jan. 9 – Mar. 13 (10 sessions)
1:00-4:00pm
$295

Working in any medium, you will use a creative approach when looking and working from clothed models. Faculty will provide individual attention and critiques to help you refine your skills in portraiture. Model fee included.  

Faculty: Louis Grasso

Fine Jewelry Tuesdays 

All skill levels welcome. Supplies provided. Studios 2 + 4

Winter
Tuesdays Jan. 9 – Mar. 13 (10 sessions) 
6:30pm-9:00pm
$235 

This fine jewelry course will begin with the fundamentals of jewelry fabrication and introduce basic skills of sawing, filing, soldering and polishing-finishing. Beginning projects will be offered and advanced students will develop their skills and create individual projects.  

Faculty: Debra Rosen

Pottery Tuesday Evenings 

All skill levels welcome. Supplies provided. Studio 3

Winter
Tuesdays Jan. 9 – Mar. 13 (10 sessions) 
6:30pm-9:00pm
$245

This pottery course is designed to teach the techniques of wheel-throwing, hand-building and glazing at all skill levels. Beginning projects will be offered and advanced students will evolve their skills and create their individual projects.

Faculty: Jessie Haas

wednesdays

Watercolor Wednesdays - Experienced 

Intermediate – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2.

Winter
Wednesdays Jan. 10 – Mar. 14 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

Are you an intermediate to advanced artist seeking to develop and improve your abilities and learn more techniques and processes? In this relaxed group setting, students will receive individual instruction to evolve their work.

Faculty: A.D. Peters

Watercolor Wednesdays - Beginners

Beginners. Supply list provided. Studio 1.

Winter
Wednesdays Jan. 10 – Mar. 14 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

If watercolor seems challenging, be afraid no more! This course is designed for the absolute beginner to build a working foundation of watercolor. We will begin with an introduction to various techniques, and as students’ individual skills evolve, we will transition to more experimental activities

Faculty: Annie Peters

Pottery Wednesdays - Morning 

All skill levels welcome. Supplies provided. Studio 3.

Winter
Wednesdays Jan. 10 – Mar. 14 (10 sessions) 
10:00am-1:00pm
$245

This pottery course is designed to teach the techniques of wheel-throwing, hand-building and glazing at all skill levels. Beginning projects will be offered and advanced students will evolve their skills and create their individual projects. 

Faculty: Beth Carpenter

Oil Painting + Chalk Pastel

Intermediate – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2.

Winter
Wednesdays Jan. 10 – Mar. 14 (10 sessions) 
1:00pm-4:00pm
$245

Learn the essential skills needed to paint as a realist in oil paint or chalk/oil pastel. The first class includes a discussion of materials and a demonstration by Dino of his techniques for rendering subjects in stunning detail. Drawing skills are necessary.  

Faculty: Dino Massaroni

NEW! Pottery Wednesdays Evenings

Beginners – Advanced. Supplies provided. Studio 3.

Winter
Wednesdays Jan. 10 – Mar. 13 (10 sessions) 
6:30-9:00pm
$245

This pottery course is designed to teach the techniques of wheel-throwing, hand-building and glazing at all skill levels, to create beautiful and artistic pieces in clay. Introductory projects will be taught for beginning students, while advanced students will learn and explore new techniques. All students will deepen their knowledge of ceramics and evolve their skills with the guidance of an experienced instructor.  

Faculty: Andrea Serafino

thursdays

Fine Jewelry Thursdays

Beginners – Advanced. Supplies provided. Studios 2 + 4. 

Winter
Thursdays Jan. 11 – Mar. 15 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:00pm
$235

This fine jewelry course will begin with the fundamentals of jewelry fabrication and introduce basic skills of sawing, filing, soldering and polishing-finishing. Beginning projects will be offered and advanced students will develop their skills and create individual projects.  

Faculty: Grace Chin

All Medium Studio Painting 

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2. 

Winter
Thursdays Jan. 11 – Mar. 15 (10 sessions) 
1:00pm-4:00pm
$245

If you are an experienced beginner to an advanced artist in any two-dimensional medium, you will be inspired to take your creativity to the next level. Instruction will focus on furthering your knowledge of materials and techniques, as well as composition and artistic goals. Individual attention, critique and class demonstrations will be offered.

Faculty: A.D. Peters

Drawing for Beginners

Beginners. Supply list provided. Studio 1.

Winter
Thursdays Jan. 11 – Mar. 15 (10 sessions) 
1:00pm-4:00pm
$245

Want to draw but feel intimidated? This class will teach you drawing basics from which you will gain skills and confidence. You will learn about various drawing tools, techniques and methods to express yourself. This class provides a solid foundational experience from which you can build upon if you wish to study painting in the future. 

Faculty: Annie Peters

NEW! Drawing the Figure: Long Pose

All skill levels welcome. Supply list provided. Studio 2.No. 17FAR300

Winter
Thursdays Jan. 11 – Mar. 15 (10 sessions) 
6:00pm – 9:00pm
$295

Students will practice classical methods of drawing the figure over the course of two long poses. Each pose will be held for the duration of the class, for four consecutive sessions. This sustained effort will allow time to examine the effects of light on form, rendering techniques and anatomy. Model fee included.

Faculty: Adrian Eisenhower