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Enhance your painting with the addition of beautiful hand-dyed papers! Create unique landscapes, portraits, and abstract works with techniques that will change the way you see your paintings. We will start by dyeing our papers in our chosen color schemes, creating hues that transition from dark to light or bright to dull, and even our own patterned papers! Then we will add these to our paintings to create more space, incorporate subtle color usage, and add textures.

Instructor : Linda Montignani 

Start date: 07/15/17

2 sessions.

Weekly - Sat 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (7/15/2017-7/15/2017); Weekly - Sun 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM (7/16/2017-7/16/2017)

Tuition: $124.00

Supply/Model Fee: $0.00

Location : Studio 2 Location : 
  Studio 2.



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In the artist’s proverbial toolbox, there is no greater device for self-improvement than criticism, but used without proper training and practice it can be an unwieldy tool, useless, or even destructive. Join The Art of Critique for weekly in-depth group critique sessions. Learn how to use criticism ethically in a supportive community, and take home valuable, applicable advice from fellow classmates and the instructor. The course revolves around the critique of completed or in-progress work, so some previous art experience is encouraged— perfect for those who have completed previous art courses or who regularly produce their own art outside of class.

Instructor : Seth Schwaiger 

Start date: 07/19/17

7 sessions.

Weekly - Wed 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (7/19/2017-8/30/2017)

Tuition: $179.00

Supply/Model Fee: $0.00

Location : Studio 8 (Gen Purpose) Location : 
  Studio 8 (Gen Purpose).



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Learn a no-nonsense approach to communicating about art and understanding the language that surrounds it with artist Seth Schwaiger. Meet weekly at art venues to express your opinions of the exhibitions; learn to decipher the often cryptic language used in artists’ statements, exhibition descriptions, and critics’ reviews; and speak directly with curators and gallerists. This course is ideal for art students, writers, or simply those looking to have a meaningful conversation about contemporary art.

Instructor : Seth Schwaiger 

Start date: 07/20/17

7 sessions.

Weekly - Thu 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (7/20/2017-8/31/2017)

Tuition: $124.00

Supply/Model Fee: $0.00

Location : Various locations Location : 
  Various locations.



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