Art Classes


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Course Title: Figure Drawing

Location: ETH 141

Meeting Time: Tuesdays, 3:00-5:00 PM

Price: $120.00 for 6 classes

Course Dates: January 22nd - March 26th *Tentative*

Course Description: The depiction of the body has preoccupied artists throughout history, both as a challenge and as a means for expression. Figure Drawing is a studio art course that will allow students to explore various approaches to representing the nude figure, focusing on direct observation of live models. Lectures will cover topics such as achieving accurate proportions and depicting form, as well as discussions of technique, materials, and anatomy. Students will also receive personal feedback on their work and progress. All levels of experience are welcome.

*No prior experience is needed. Bring your own supplies. 

Course Title: Painting Studio

Location: ETH 140

Meeting Time: Mondays & Wednesdays, 9:00-11:30 AM

Price: $75.00 / semester

Course Dates: January 14th,2019 - May 8th, 2019

Course Description: Open Painting Studio allows painters and those interested in painting to work in a spacious, communal environment. Painters of all levels of experience are welcome. Attendees are free to work with any medium and subject matter, and will receive constructive commentary and criticism to help them achieve their goals. Every Monday morning there will be guided discussions, critiques, and lectures, while Wednesdays will be open time to work independently. Community members who have audited Advanced Painting in the past and wish to continue to do so should instead sign up for Open Painting Studio

*No prior experience is needed. Bring your own supplies.

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Instructor Bio: Joseph Kameen is joining the Department of Fine and Performing Arts this fall as Assistant Professor of Art. Joseph received his BFA in painting and sculpture from Boston University, and his MFA in painting from Indiana University Bloomington. He features the human figure heavily in his drawings and paintings, which use narrative imagery to consider our everyday relationship with unanswerable questions. He has exhibited and curated nationally, including shows at The Painting Center and Janet Kurnatowski Gallery in New York. Samples of his work can be