adult courses

fall 2017

 

mondays

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Life Drawing + Painting Mondays

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2. 
No.17FAR100
9/18-11/20 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$295

Develop the skills you need to create a work of art from a nude model. Poses will be two minutes, twenty minutes and up to two hours in length. Each participant will receive individual instruction. Model fee included. 

Faculty: George Kozmon

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NEW! Pottery Mondays

Beginners. Supply list provided. Studio 3.
No. 17FAR110
9/18-11/20 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

Pottery Mondays is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. This course is designed for beginner students. You will learn the basics of wheel throwing, hand building, glazing and be guided in making a wide variety of vessels, each with the indelible stamp of your own hand.  

Faculty: TBD

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Oil Painting from Life

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2. 
No. 17FAR120
9/18-11/20 (10 sessions) 
6:00pm-9:00pm
$245

This oil painting course is designed for beginners to advanced and will be focused on painting still lives, landscapes and portraits. Faculty will guide you through color mixing and color relationships. Demonstrations and visual examples will be provided.   

Faculty: Robert Raack

tuesdays

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Watercolor Tuesdays 

Beginners - Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2.
No.17FAR140
9/19-11/21 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

Students will paint objects from life including still lives, 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

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Portrait Painting + Drawing Tuesdays

Beginners – Advanced. Model fee included. Supply list provided. Studio 2.
No. 17FAR150
9/19-11/21 (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. 

Faculty: Louis Grasso

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Fine Jewelry Tuesdays 

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studios 2 + 4. 
No. 17FAR160
9/19-11/21 (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

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Pottery Tuesdays 

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 3
No.17FAR170
9/19-11/21 (10 sessions) 
6:30pm-9:00pm
$235 

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

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Watercolor Wednesdays - Experienced 

Intermediate – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2.
No. 17FAR180
9/20-11/22 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

If you are an artist/student at an intermediate or advanced level this class is designed for you. The class will focus on improving your techniques and artistic abilities in both a group and personal instruction setting. The environment is relaxed and interactive. 

Faculty: A.D. Peters

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NEW! Watercolor Wednesdays - Beginners

Beginners. Supply list provided. Studio 1.
No. 17FAR215
9/20-11/22 (10 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

This course is designed for the absolute beginner. If watercolor seems challenging, be afraid no more! This class will inspire and instruct. You will learn various techniques from which to build a working foundation of watercolor as well as do some fun, experimental activities. 

Faculty: Annie Peters

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Pottery Wednesdays - Morning 

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 3. 
No.17FAR135
9/20-11/22 (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

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Oil Painting + Chalk Pastel

Intermediate – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2.
No. 17FAR190
9/20-11/22 (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 will include 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

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NEW! Pottery Wednesdays - Evening

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 3.
No. 17FAR115
9/27-11/22 (9 sessions) 
6:30-9:00pm
$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 their individual projects.  

Faculty: Andrea Serafino

thursdays

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Fine Jewelry Thursdays

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studios 2 + 4. 
No.17FAR200
9/28-11/16 (8 sessions) 
9:30am-12:00pm
$195

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

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All Medium Studio Painting 

Beginners – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2. 
No. 17FAR210
9/28-11/16 (8 sessions) 
1:00pm-4:00pm
$195

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

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NEW! Drawing for Beginners

Beginners. Supply list provided. Studio 1.
No. 17FAR125
9/28-11/16 (8 sessions) 
1:00pm-4:00pm
$195

Want to draw but feel intimidated? This class will teach you drawing basics from which you will gain skill and confidence. You will learn about various drawing tools, techniques and methods to express yourself. This class is also a good foundation experience if you would wish to study painting in the future.

Faculty: Annie Peters

NEW! Experimental Media

Bring variety of supplies, an open mind,and a large dose of your imagination! Studio 2.
No. 17FAR300
9/28 – 11/16 (8 sessions)  
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$195

Our class will discuss how experimental mixed-media artwork requires a new way of thinking about what art is and how the creative process uses anything and everything. We will explore the creative process of combining several different materials and mediums within each work, discovering that most any material may be used to create a compelling experimental artwork! We’ll start by combining things such as, drawings, paintings, photography, fabric, canvas, wood, found objects etc.

Faculty: Guy-Vincent

fridays

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Open Studio Painting & Ceramics (drop-in)

Enrolled Students. Supply list. Studio 3.
No.17FAR220
9/22-11/17 (10 sessions) 
2:30pm-4:30pm
$10 per session

Currently enrolled painting and ceramic students may drop-in at this Open Studio time.

 

young artist courses

fall 2017

 

Mondays (Grades 9-12)

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9-12 Pottery Wheel Part 1

Beginners. Supply list provided. Studio 3. 
No.17FAR130
9/18-11/20 (10 sessions) 
6:30pm-9:00pm
$245 

Pottery Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. This course is designed for beginner students. You will learn the basics of wheel-throwing, hand-building, glazing and be guided in making a wide variety of vessels, each with the indelible stamp of your own hand. 

Faculty: TBD

Mondays (Pre-K)

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NEW! Art for Parent and Child (Age 3)

Supplies provided. Studio 2.
No.17FAR560
Sept. 18 – Nov. 20 (10 sessions) 
1:00pm-2:15pm
$165

In this class children and their grownup will create their own masterpieces based on a children’s book or famous artist. After reading a children’s book we will produce an art project relevant to the book and an artist. Art projects may include collage, color mixing, and painting. This class will help promote visual and verbal literacy while developing fine motor skills. Bring a smock or used shirt for your child and be prepared to get your four hands dirty!

Faculty: Grace Chin

Tuesdays (Grades K-5)

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K-2 Pottery Part 1

Grades K-2. Supplies included. Studio 3.
No. 17FAR520
9/19-11/14 (9 sessions) 
3:50-5:20pm
$165

Pottery Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. This course will introduce children to the wonderful medium of clay. Varied and exciting projects in hand- building, including animal sculptures, containers, tiles and more will be undertaken. Both directed projects and experimentation will be supported and encouraged as each child’s skill evolves. Pieces will be glazed and fired.  

Faculty: TBD

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3-5 Cartooning Part 1

Grades 3-5. Supplies included. Studio 1.   
No. 17FAR580
9/19-11/14 (9 sessions) 
3:50-5:20pm
$165

Cartooning Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. Students will work individually and collaboratively to develop their own characters and stories exploring a variety of media – including colored pencil, watercolor, markers, pen and ink and scratchboard.  Students will produce a number of works - including a piece of Pop Art, a comic strip, a comic book/graphic novel, a short, professional script and more, all while learning about the history of cartooning, focusing on Cleveland’s most influential cartoonists.

Faculty: Josh Usmani

Wednesdays (Grades 6-8)

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6-8 Pottery Wheel Part 1 

Grades 6-8. Supplies included. Studio 3
No. 17FAR540
9/20-11/15 (9 sessions) 
3:00pm-4:30pm
$165

Pottery Wheel Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. Students will be introduced to wheel- throwing methods of working with clay. They will learn to create forms such as bowls and mugs and to decorate and glaze their finished pieces. Students are encouraged to explore their own ideas on the wheel and use hand-building techniques to enhance their work. 

Faculty: Andrea Serafino

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NEW! 6-8 Drawing + Painting Part 1

Grades 6-8. Supplies included. Studio 1. 
No. 17FAR510
9/20-11/15 (9 sessions) 
3:00pm-4:30pm
$180

Drawing + Painting Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. Students will be encouraged to create unique artworks using the diverse mediums of pencil, charcoal, ink, watercolor and acrylic paint. 

Faculty: Josh Usmani