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Workshops: 2016-2017

Extraordinary Workshops / Extraordinary Teachers

“the staff and the instructors love what they do, and this energy sets the tone for the studios.”

Age Course Instructor Medium Day Time Cost
Adult / H.S. Print and Process: Master Printers / Master Class Heddi Siebel / Catherine Kernan Printmaking Sat/Sun, Oct 29-30, 2016 9 am to 5 pm Sat only: $175 + $20 Materials
Sat & Sun: $350 + $40 Materials
Max 6
Adult / H.S. Painting Light: A Watercolor Workshop Joel Janowitz Watercolor Sat/Sun, Nov 12-13, 2016 10 am to 4 pm Sat only: $150 + $10 Materials
Sat & Sun: $300 + $20 Materials + $5 model fee
Max 10
Adult / H.S. Screenprinting Intensive Weekend Boriana Kantcheva Printmaking Sat/Sun, Nov 19-20, 2016 10 am to 4 pm Sat & Sun: $300 + $50 Materials
Max 12
Adult / H.S. Incisive Discussions: Critique Seminar Julie Graham Printmaking 8 Weeks – Scheduled to start during the Winter session that begins the third week of January, 2017 10 am to 1 pm $560 / 8 sessions / Max 8
Adult / H.S. All in One / All at Once Bob Siegelman Printmaking / Drawing Sat/Sun, Feb 4-5, 2017 10 am to 4 pm Sat only: $150 + $10 model fee + $15 materials for Sat only,
Sat & Sun: $300 + $20 model fee + $30 materials for Sat and Sun,
Max 10

Print and Process: Master Printers / Master Class      Register
With Heddi Siebel / Catherine Kernan

Saturday and Sunday
October 29-30, 2016

9 am to 5 pm

A “pop-up” exhibition reception in the Chandler Gallery is scheduled for Monday, November 28, 2016, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Print with the guidance of Master Printers at a scale and using techniques not available in many print studios. Focusing on the synergy between technique and imagery, this workshop addresses the individual vision and work of each artist.

Akua fume-free soy-based intaglio inks are versatile and formulated for a relaxed working time. Clean up is with soap and water. No printmaking experience is necessary.

No printmaking experience is necessary.

Painting Light: A Watercolor Workshop     Register
With Joel Janowitz

Saturday and Sunday
November 12-13, 2016

10 am to 4 pm

Through a progressive series of exercises and paintings, students will explore washes, layering, color, and “light,” and learn to respond quickly and thoughtfully to watercolor's surprises and unpredictabilities.

We will link structure with spontaneity to build a broader working understanding of the medium.

The workshop is open to students at all levels.

Screenprinting Intensive Weekend      Register
With Boriana Kantcheva

Saturday and Sunday
November 19-20, 2016

10 am to 4 pm

In this intensive workshop, students will be introduced to silkscreen basics. We will examine different ways of making a screen. We will employ traditional screen-printing techniques such as stencils and the use of drawing fluid and screen filler. In addition, students will be introduced to photo emulsion and the appropriate ways to generate film positives.

Silkscreen is one of the most versatile printmaking processes. Students will be encouraged to print on a variety of materials from paper to wood panels, Plexiglas, cloth and canvas. We will use Speedball Acrylic inks.

Bring ideas, drawings and photographs and see how they can be transformed and enriched by the screen printing process.

Incisive Discussions: Critique Seminar      Register
With Julie Graham

Class 1: Everyone present their work, and individual goals/expectations for the class.

Classes 2-8: Every session a few artists will present their work for a critique that will last approximately an hour.

Final dates will be determined by the group.

Scheduled to start during the Winter session that begins the third week of January, 2017

Workshops meet for 8 sessions approximately every three weeks.

The length of each session and the final dates can be adjusted to accommodate those enrolled.

10 am to 1:00 pm

Eight Sessions: $560

Maximum 8 participants

Acclaimed educator and artist Julie Graham is brilliant when it comes to evaluating your artwork and helping you to discuss it incisively.

Challenge yourself to grow as an artist. Use this seminar series to “see” your work through other eyes, and to develop goals for progress. Test ideas on the group, practice speaking about your work, and develop a coherent artist’s statement. This seminar is equivalent to a graduate level class.

Julie Graham will suggest source material, readings, specific works to visit in museums, and references to contemporary art practice.

All in One / All at Once: Printmaking and Drawing      Register
With Bob Siegelman

Saturday and Sunday
February 4-5, 2017

10 am to 4 pm

Come explore printmaking as a drawing medium. With a nude model as the observational focus, work directly and spontaneously on printing plates with an "all in one" approach and simple monotype techniques that seamlessly integrate printmaking and drawing.

This will be an intensive, fun workshop in a supportive and encouraging environment. Be prepared for challenges, and surprises. No experience in printmaking, figurative work, or drawing is necessary.

Robert Siegelman teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, works with artists privately, and leads workshops and classes throughout New England. His work is in many important collections including the Boston Public Library, MIT, The Harvard University Art Museums, The DeCordova Museum, The Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Siegelman’s work has been exhibited and published internationally. He is included in the book “100 Boston Artists” by Chawky Frenn, and “Self Portraits by Others” organized by Hunter O’Hanian.


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