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Studio Arts: What's New

Studio Arts: What's New

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Session 1 of 8
April 2, 2024
In-Person
$270 - $305

This introductory course teaches the basic skills needed for drawing. Working with a variety of materials and techniques, including charcoal and pencils, students explore the rendering of geometric forms, volume, and perspective, with an emphasis on personal gesture marks.


Session 1 of 8
April 2, 2024

Build on your botanical painting skills in this next-level class as you create vibrant watercolors inspired by nature. Learn to focus on the texture and detail of botanical subjects, including flowers, fruits, and vegetables.


Session 1 of 8
April 2, 2024
In-Person
$270 - $305

Participants refine and expand their drawing skills through studio practice in traditional media. Sessions focus on classic subject areas such as landscape, portrait, and figure.


Session 1 of 8
April 2, 2024

In this class open to all levels, students discover the versatility and fluidity of working in watercolors while exploring the functional and aesthetic elements of design found in plants.


Session 1 of 8
April 2, 2024
In-Person
$290 - $325

Learn clay techniques and gain an understanding of the human body, gestures, and expressions as you sculpt a portrait, torso, or full-figure piece by working from life.


Session 1 of 4
April 2, 2024

Find inspiration in both the ancient art of mosaics and the form’s international modern-day movement as you learn cutting techniques and approaches to design while you are guided through the process of creating a contemporary glass mosaic.


Session 1 of 8
April 2, 2024
In-Person
$230 - $265

Whether you want to work in digital or film, this course offers a solid foundation for new photographers ready to learn the basics. Topics include camera functions, exposure, metering, working with natural and artificial light, and composition.


Session 1 of 4
April 2, 2024

Learn to harness digital tools to create powerful black-and-white images with the emotive power seen in works by Edward Weston, Paul Strand, and Alfred Hitchcock.


Session 1 of 4
April 3, 2024
In-Person
$155 - $190

Discover the joy of this craft characterized by colorful floral designs embroidered in wool, a style that originated in the Andean mountains of Peru.


Session 1 of 8
April 3, 2024
In-Person
$270 - $305

In this course, gain the technical background and experience you need to get started as a painter. Working from museum masterpieces, still-life arrangements, or your favorite photos, explore basic painting techniques, including color-mixing, scumbling, and glazing.