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VAC Announces Spring Art Classes

Oregon Coast Council for the Arts will offer three new learning opportunities this spring at the Newport Visual Arts Center. Registration is now open, and scholarships are available.

VAC Announces Spring Art Classes
VAC Announces Spring Art Classes

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17 abr 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 26 abr 2024, 11:00 p.m.

777 NW Beach Dr, 777 NW Beach Dr, Newport, OR 97365, USA

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Oregon Coast Council for the Arts will offer three new learning opportunities this spring at the Newport Visual Arts Center. Registration is now open, and scholarships are available.

 

Adults and youth (in grades 6+) will have two opportunities to learn about and create their own Botanical Cyanotype Prints with local artist Christina Carlsen. In this one-day workshopparticipants will learn not only what cyanotypes are, but also how to create a contact print in this unique medium using dried botanicals. No skill or experience is necessary! Crafted for beginners, participants will learn and explore in a friendly, hands-on environment. (But experienced artists are welcome, too!) And everyone will leave the class with a unique piece of art that they have created. Those interested can choose to attend either Tuesday, April 23rd (5-8pm), or Saturday, April 27th from 1-4pm.

 

Lifelong creator and watercolor artist Robin L. Berry will guide a six-week course for ages 16+ entitled Watercolor for All on Wednesdays from 1-4pm beginning April 17th. In this course, suitable for ALL experience levels (beginners welcome), students will discover their own personal watercolor style. Ongoing class demonstrations will range from techniques like blooms, bleeds and washes, to discussions of style and the creative spirit, to skill with brush types and use, papers, water management, mixing colors and “color sense.” Freestyle, abstract, or realistic work is welcome.

 

An exciting six-week class with Jordan Essoe begins shortly thereafter. Drawing the Figure From Life: Anatomy, Form, and Light will take place on Thursday evenings from 6-9pm beginning April 25th. Suitable for adults ages 18+only, participants will learn the basics of depicting the human figure in charcoal, including proportion, surface anatomy, muscle and skeletal landmarks, rendering shadows on form, and quality of mark making. Class instruction will include demonstrations, warm-up exercises, and group critiques, but the central 2 hours of each class will be dedicated to drawing from a live nude model. Students will leave each class with several drawings of the human figure.

 

Tuition for these classes ranges in price from $65 - $325, and scholarships are available. Those interested are encouraged to register early, as class sizes are limited. To learn more, visit www.coastarts.org/education

 

Scholarships are available through Oregon CoastCouncil for the Arts. If funds are a barrier to learning, students may apply for scholarships using links provided in each class listing.

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