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Abstract Painting Critique and Discussion (Int/Adv)

92nd Street Y

Abstract Painting Critique and Discussion (Intermediate/Advanced) This online course will provide students with a forum to show and discuss their studio work for technical and conceptual feedback. These critiques will be supplemented through presentations and discussions on historical artists’ images, customized to hue with the work presented by the students. In a typical class, students will present work for discussion and the instructor will...

Wednesday Jul 12th, 7–9:30pm Eastern Time

 (6 sessions)

$310

6 sessions

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Winter Landscape Painting

Chicago Botanic Garden @ Online via Zoom

Move beyond basic white to create rich, glowing paintings as we explore techniques that reveal color in the winter landscape. Under-painting, glazing, broken-brushstroke, and a review of color theory will guide you to rich and vibrant winter scenes. Review composition, gesture, and examples from art history.  A supply list will be sent. This class will be taught online via Zoom. All registrations must be submitted online two days before your...

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$199

5 sessions

Zoom Fundamentals of Drawing & Painting

Chelsea Drawing & Painting Workshops

Learn the fundamentals of Drawing and Painting (in a private class) Often people who want to begin to learn to draw and paint are intimidated large art classes. For that, a private class with an exceptional teacher such as Raphael-Raúl is the solution. You will receive individual attention and learn much faster in a quiet and artistic setting with soft music. You will learn how to compose a still-life, mark-map your drawing,...

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Collage: Building a Daily Practice

Houston Center for Photography @ Online classroom

Draw inspiration from masters of collage and start your collage practice This class is designed to teach students to construct narratives by combining layers of imagery  and provide them with the tools to start and maintain a daily collage practice. Lecture classes will focus on a specific artist or period in art history such as Man Ray and Barbara Kruger.  Homework assignments are carefully designed to foster creativity, invite reflection,...

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$298

4 sessions

Storytelling Through Photography

Houston Center for Photography @ Online classroom

Think of a few of the most memorable photos and dig them out. What stories do they tell? Great images are impressive because, in addition to their craft and composition, they tell a story. In this workshop, author and photographer Mark Chen will introduce strategies for sorting through your personal experiences and interests to create new works of art. Whether you are just getting started or are a seasoned professional, this workshop will encourage...

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$175

3 sessions

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Developing Your Photographic Voice Intensive

Houston Center for Photography @ Online classroom

In these challenging times, many of us are seeking creative outlets for processing our world. Whether you are just getting started or are a seasoned professional, this intensive will inspire you to use photography for creative expression and intellectual reflection. In this short intensive, HCP instructor Lou Benjamin will work with you to break through creative blocks and sort through your personal experiences and interests to create new artworks...

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$245

4 sessions

Holocaust & Memory in Contemporary Photography

Houston Center for Photography @ Online classroom

This history of the Holocaust continues to live on in our contemporary memory today, over 75 years after World War II. The stories resonate as reminders of what hatred can cause. Many artists have explored the history of the Holocaust to understand what happened and process the ways the world has recovered and learned from the atrocities of war and genocide. In this course, students will be introduced to artists who approach the subject of the...

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$125

2 sessions

Fine Art Photography Portfolio C

Chicago Botanic Garden @ Online via Zoom

Explore the design techniques of fine art photographers throughout history. Practice these techniques with weekly exercises based on class lessons. You will learn how to post images to Instagram, make video clips, blog, and prepare files for a Squarespace website. Use these design techniques to create your own professional portfolio worthy of exhibition.

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$437

6 sessions

Reimagining the Family Photo Album

Houston Center for Photography @ Online classroom

Increase your visual vocabulary and tap into the creative wellspring that is the family photo album  Photographs connect us across generations and provide an understanding of our heritage, lineage, and a sense of who we are and where we came from—through family photos, we recognize ourselves in our ancestors. Looking through old family photo albums can stir many emotions and memories and for many visual artists, the family archive has become...

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$445

6 sessions

Stitched: A Contemporary Look at Photography

Houston Center for Photography @ Online classroom

Stitched: A Contemporary Look at Photography and Textiles We interact with textiles every day—we wear them close to our skin, decorate our homes with them, use them to carry objects, and even sleep within them. Textiles tell stories, and they hold memories. As objects and as a material, fabrics are personal and intimate. Join HCP instructor Kelly Webeck and discover artists whose experimentation with fabrics, thread, and weavings has led to beautiful...

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$125

4 sessions

Contemporary Reinterpretation of the Family Photo Album

Houston Center for Photography @ Online classroom

Looking through old family photo albums can stir many emotions and memories. Photographs connect us through generations and provide an understanding of our heritage, lineage, and a sense of who we are and where we came from—through family photos, we recognize ourselves in our ancestors. For many visual artists, the family archive has become a robust and generative source for developing new works of art. Working from the family archive can act...

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$125

2 sessions

People in Relationship with the Contemporary Landscape

Houston Center for Photography @ Online classroom

This NEW class supports photographers who seek to develop new and ongoing projects that investigate and explore relationships between people and the land, including the built environment. This class focuses on the creative process in conversation with art history, research, inspiration, and personal experience. A wide range of approaches and interpretations of environmental portraiture and landscapes inhabited by people are encouraged. Designed...

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$300

4 sessions

Aesthetic Production in the Ancient World

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ Online Classroom

Art Before Art: Aesthetic Production in the Ancient World How can we think or speak about “art” in the ancient world—long before it was ever designated as such? Art history in the modern European tradition is deeply attached to the hand of the artist, to the mark of individual genius, to the authentication of provenance, and to a narrative of evolving styles, techniques, and forms. But, looking at the ancient world, how can we account for human...

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$315

4 sessions

Cabaret History and Great Performances

92nd Street Y

Award Winning Cabaret Performer and member of the 92Y Music Faculty, Michael Kirk Lane will lead this lecture series about the art form of cabaret. Using video and audio recordings of influential performers throughout the decades, the series will explore the history of the art form and where it is headed into the future.

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$120

4 sessions

Creative Drawing & Painting (Ages 5-8)

The Art Studio NY @ Online Classroom

Calling all budding artists for the #1-rated kids art lessons, LIVE and online! This 1-hour interactive and educational online art class is entertaining, engaging, and makes learning fun!  This unique class, loved by parents and kids alike, encourages young artists-in-the-making to have a blast in their online art lessons from the comfort and safety of home while socially engaging with their peers and teacher. We never repeat a project, so your...

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$240

12 sessions

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