AAC Community Education Winter/Spring Brochure
brochure of classes for Winter/Spring term 2012-2013.
College of Art and Design COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMS WinTer/SPrinG 2013 1 16 27 1-Credit Graduate Course for Educators Art For Kids After-School Programming Open House and Portfolio Review Day Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education 1212 Jackson Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 T 513-562-8748 F 513-562-8778 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.artacademy.edu/community_education A COMMUNITY OF ARTISTS of every skill level, from beginning artists to accomplished artists. AAC’s Community Education Mission and Vision Statements Our mission is to dedicate ourselves to providing a distinctive education to children, teens, and adults, empowering them to embrace their artistic abilities by giving them the proper tools to pursue a life of creativity. Our vision is to be the leader in educating the community in the visual arts at every skill level and promoting creative opportunities for the public. Make Art, Make a Difference Every year, nearly 1,200 people of all ages study art with the AAC’s Community Education Department. Courses are affordable and open to all. Our programs include: Adult/Teen, Summer Portfolio Preparation, Teen Studios for 13-18 year olds, Art For Kids for 5-12 year olds, Camp Art Academy for 5-12 year olds, and P&G funded Visual Art Outreach Program. Join Our Community and Benefit • Learn from teaching artists who are professionals in their fields • Learn in small classes that allow for personal instruction • Show your work in student exhibitions • Discounts available to seniors from age 60 • Opportunities to travel with your class to destinations that inspire your creativity • New! | Enjoy the Arts members receive a 10% discount www.enjoythearts.org Community Education Scholarships are made available to children, teens, and artists up to age 22 by: • The Fannie Isidor and The Isidor/ Kaltman Philanthropic Fund. • The Autumn Air Art Fair through the efforts of many dedicated artists. • The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Summertime Fun. Gift Certificates Give a Gift Certificate to the artist in your life to join our community of artists at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. Available in denomination of $50 to $200 all year round. Purchase online through Community Education. Please join AAC’s college admission staff for Open House and Portfolio Review Day, an event for college-bound art students. Monday, February 18 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. To learn more, contact Admissions at 513-562-8740. Cover Art by Kendall Bruns (BFA ‘00). Selected art from the 2012 Alumni Sculpture Exhibition. See Gallery Schedule, page 28. The Art Academy of Cincinnati is located in Over-The-Rhine, which has the largest collection of 19th century Italianate architecture still standing in the United States. The entire 360-acre district of Over-The-Rhine is recognized on the National Historic Register. Master of Arts in Art Education 1212 Jackson Street 1 1-Credit Graduate Course for Educators applied in the classroom and studio. Instruction will include discussing the efficacy and practice of sourcing and manipulating imagery and viewing contemporary artists relevant to the study. Students will focus on learning a variety of advanced techniques in digital image processing and output, and will apply these processes to a variety of handmade printmaking techniques, including screenprinting, monoprinting, and collagraphs. Bachelor’s degree with studio experience is required. Class tuition includes lab fee. Only 15 seats available. Contact: email@example.com You may also want to look at Communication Arts/Design and Print Media on pages 2, 3, and 4. Sourcing and Production of Images in the Digital Age Jimmy Baker Friday and Saturday March 15 and 16 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Tuition: $500 for 1 graduate credit This course will marry digital processes with established printmaking techniques to produce new combinations of printmaking, all of which can be Table of Contents | WINTER/SPRING 2013 2 Classes, Workshops, and Special Interests Art Academy, 1212 Jackson Street AAC @ The Barn, Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center Carnegie Center at Columbia Tusculum Clifton Cultural Arts Center Essex Studio 124, 2515 Essex Place Summer Programs at the Art Academy Camp Art Academy, Portfolio Preparation, and Taos (page 12) Gallery Schedule Registration 23 24 25 Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education AAC and Freedom Center Lecture Series Adult/Teen | Communication Arts/Design 1212 Jackson Street A Credit to Their Race: African American Artists and the Making of Black Culture Anissa Lewis Wednesdays, 4 sessions January 30, February 27, March 27* (at the Freedom Center), and April 24, 6:30 – 8:00 pm Fee: $15 per single session, and $55 for all 4 sessions For students and seniors: $12 per session, and $45 for all 4 sessions This four-part interactive slide lecture series examines the art, artists, and U.S. events — past and present — that have and continue to shape Black culture. Discussions will focus on the African American artist in relation to the notion of race, identity, and Black culture. The March 27th lecture will be held at the Freedom * Center in conjunction with the exhibition “Women Hold Up Half the Sky” This lecture series is offered in partnership with the Freedom Center. Introduction to Web Design CE Faculty Tuesdays, January 22 to March 12 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee $160 In this introductory class, get a birds-eye view of what HTML is and then quickly create your own HTML webpages. If you’ve never written a piece of HTML before, this class is just for you. Class cost includes lab fee. structured corporate image, including logo and business communication with realworld applications. Basic knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop is recommended. Class cost includes lab fee. NEW! | Corporate Identity Design NEW! | Graphic Design II Amanda Parker Thursdays, February 7 to April 11 10 classes 7:00 – 9:30 pm Fee: $225 Students will apply principles learned in Graphic Design I to explore the process of branding through type and image, color, and visual hierarchy. Emphasis is placed on concept development to create a Thommy Long Tuesdays, February 12 to April 2 8 classes 6:00 – 9:00 pm Fee $175 Students develop a custom logo, letterhead, and envelope. The project begins with properly researching your subject, creating rough thumbnails, scanning, and retouching your final art using Adobe Photoshop. You will also use Adobe Illustrator to create your final vector files. Finally, you will develop a basic Brand Standards Guide for your new Corporate Identity. Class cost includes lab fee. Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Adult/Teen | Communication Arts/Design 1212 Jackson Street Adobe Photoshop CS6 3 Trinidad MacAuliffe Tuesdays, February 12 to April 2 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $175 A basic and intermediate Adobe Photoshop class with focus on retouching, editing, and creative image manipulation. This is an ideal course for freelancers, in-house designers, photographers using digital technology, and studio artists who have a working knowledge of basic Macintosh paint and draw programs. The course will consist of 6 weeks of instruction surveying all major functionality and 2 weeks of guided work on projects. Class cost includes lab fee. Also see Photoshop for the Digital Photographer I and II as it pertains to Interior Design, this class will work on perspective skills needed for effective project presentation and a formal understanding and manipulation of the basic principles of the three-dimensional world, with an emphasis on digital rendering. Students will use Photoshop to render and present final outcomes. Class cost includes lab fee. NEW! | Introduction to Illustration Techniques NEW! | Interior Design II: Drawing Spaces Amanda Parker Saturdays, February 23 to April 13 8 classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $175 Continuing to build on basic elements and principles of two-dimensional design Woodrow J. Hinton III Saturdays, March 16 to May 4 8 classes 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $160 An introductory course to the painting and drawing techniques used by illustrators over the decades, including: acrylic, watercolor, oils, traditional mixed media, and digital techniques. These are techniques that can be applied to any commercial market as well as fine art. The class includes demos and short lectures, and time to work in class to work with the instructor’s guidance. This is a class for those who love to create art and are looking for new avenues of creative expression. NEW! Adult/Teen | Film/Video 1212 Jackson Street James Czar Tuesdays, January 22 to March 12, 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $175 Did you know your iPhone can actually take amazingly sharp, smooth, quality video – and several independent films have actually been shot completely on NEW! | iPhone to Web Video iPhones? In this class, you will not only learn techniques for shooting great iPhone video, but you’ll also learn about sound and lighting, and how to make your videos look great on the cheap! You’ll also learn how to edit your video, output it in various formats (including the best formats for sharing), and upload it to the web. Become an iPhone videoblogger or YouTube producer in no time! No prior experience necessary, but familiarity with Macs is a plus. Students must have an iPhone. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Introduction to the Letterpress Adult/Teen | Print Media 1212 Jackson Street This class focuses on basic procedures for screenprinting on paper. While being exposed to techniques of fundamental and intermediate techniques of screenprinting, students will explore two types of printing methods: the screen filler method and the drawing fluid method. Students will create their own designs to create original prints. lso see Screenprinting Techniques on A Tuesdays at DIY Printing in Essex Studios David Umbenhour Tuesdays, February 19 to April 23 10 classes 6:00 – 9:00 pm Fee: $235 This is an introductory class to letterpress printing, using lead and wood type, linocuts, line engravings, and photopolymer plates. Students will produce a broadside or small chapbook. NEW! | Monographs & Collagraph Terence Hammonds Mondays, February 25 to April 15 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $160 Using white glue, scraps of paper, cardboard, and found objects, we will create collagraph plates. Then students will print from the plates using a table press. We’ll also use materials usually left on the studio floor – recycling to the max! – to create one-of-a-kind monograph prints. In using these different materials, students will explore surface marks, textures, and a range of tones by collaging and cutting to produce objective or abstract prints. Beginners and experienced students both are welcome. NEW! | The Collaged Print or the Printed Collage Anissa Lewis Saturdays, March 2 to March 23 4 classes 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $120 In this four-part workshop, students will create and reinvent images, working in both collage and low-relief printmaking. Students will learn how to deepen an image’s narrative and expressive qualities via the various media and materials used. This is a great opportunity for printmakers to create non-traditional prints, as well as enabling mixed-media artists to introduce printmaking into their process. Some materials are provided. Screenprinting Techniques NEW! | Lithography Aaron Kent Thursdays, February 28 to April 18 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $158 April Foster Saturdays, April 6 to May 25 8 classes 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Fee: $230 Students will work with stone, polyester plate, and inked photocopy transfers. Stone preparation, drawing, processing, and printing will be demonstrated, and students will print editions and variable editions using additional methods. Hand-drawn and digital imagery may be employed. Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Adult/Teen | Drawing 1212 Jackson Street Drawing and Designing with Color 5 Debbie Brod Tuesdays, January 29 to April 2 10 classes 11:00 am – 1:30 pm Fee: $160 We’ll approach our study of color by tuning into its psychological aspects, as well as aspects of color theory. This class will be based at the AAC, for intensive studio sessions, but we’ll occasionally visit the Cincinnati Art Museum as well as other museums/galleries/outdoor settings for inspiration. We’ll draw from observation, but we’ll also explore color in more “abstract” and often design-based ways. lso see Color Pencil Landscape and A Still-Life at The Barn in Mariemont volume, values, composition, and balance, in order to explore foundational aspects of classical training. No prior experience necessary. lso see Renaissance Artists and DrawA ing the Human Form at Essex Studios Drawing from the Very Beginning (Saturday) NEW! | Drawing Dynamics Marlene Steele Wednesdays, February 13 to April 17 10 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $200 Shake up your figure drawing with solid approaches from an experienced draughtsman. Learn to add gestural excitement to your technique and build on your proportional accuracy and linear expression. Tips from a contemporary artist who has honed observational and drawing skills while working in the challenging courtroom setting. Previous drawing experience is recommended. Class is open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fees. Charles Frymier Saturdays, February 16 to April 20 10 classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $200 This is an introductory class for those who claim they can’t even draw a straight line! Working initially from still-life arrangements and progressing to nude figure studies in the last classes, students will learn to draw what they see in charcoal, ink, and pencil. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. lso see Drawing from the Very Beginning A (Monday) at Essex Studios NEW! | Exploring Abstraction Through Drawing Classical Drawing Methods Alex Sigal Thursdays, February 14 to April 4 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $160 Students will learn techniques of classical drawing, working from still-life settings. Students will learn rules of perspective, Claire Darley Saturdays, February 16 to March 9 4 classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Maximum 15 students Students will be guided through a variety of strategies and processes, experiment with a range of media, and work from both observation and imagination, with the goal of creating drawings involving space, time, scale, and abstraction. This course will broaden your artistic options and allow for unanticipated yet satisfying solutions. Prerequisite: a Beginning Drawing class. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Open Studio (Evening) Monitor only Tuesdays, February 19 to April 23 10 sessions 6:00 – 8:30 pm Fee: $75 This open studio allows artists to work independently from a professional nude model in both long and alternating poses on a weekly basis. No instruction is provided. Artists may work in drawing or water-based painting materials (no oil paints, please). Registrations must be made in advance. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. lso see Open Studio (Afternoon) A at Essex Studios Dynamic Figure Drawing and Painting Greg Albert Thursday, February 21 to April 25 10 classes 7:00 – 9:00 pm Fee: $190 Learn drawing and painting the human figure realistically in dynamic compositions using pencil, charcoal, ink, and acrylics. Instruction will emphasize contour, gesture, and the underlying structure of the figure. The course will show students how to see accurately and respond expressively. It is both a solid foundation for the beginner and a thorough review for the more experienced artist. Students will work from a professional nude model. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fees. Saturday Figure Drawing Cran Campbell Saturdays, March 2 to May 4 10 classes 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $210 This course is designed as a refresher in figure drawing. Students will work from Adult/Teen | Drawing 1212 Jackson Street the nude figure in both dry and wet drawing media. The instructor will address a combination of technical and expressive aspects of drawing. Color may also be introduced. Class includes a special bookmaking component. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Drawing Wayman Brown Wednesdays, April 3 to May 29 9 classes 11:30 am - 3:00 pm Fee: $155 This class will explore color relationships and their effects on form, with emphasis on value, form, and line. We will be looking for local color and reflected color to evaluate the finished drawing. Working with value shapes, we will build up each drawing to create a composition that will move the viewer’s eye around the subject. NEW! | Color Pencil NEW! | Directions for Figure Drawing Wayman Brown Saturdays, April 6 to May 25 8 classes 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $168 Draw what you see, but know what you see! Pose… look, see, and feel the flow and movement within your subject. Try not to segregate or isolate sections within your drawing -- tie together! Create visual eye movement that leads to your center of focus. Your drawing should flow and lead you around and through your composition. Your drawing can be so strong that your viewer first sees the focal point and then flows outward! Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Adult/Teen | Painting 1212 Jackson Street NEW! | Narrative Painting 7 Rebecca Nava Mondays, January 21 to April 15 12 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $185 Using oil or acrylic paint, students will explore narratives as a moment, an ongoing sequence, depicting an impending action or past action that has just taken place. Emphasis will be placed on how lighting, color, painting techniques, composition, and symbolism create a story. Students will work from still-life arrangements, photographs, and the nude human figure. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Classical Watercolor Techniques Alex Sigal Tuesdays, February 19 to April 9 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $180 Students will learn about color relationships and color balance, along with watercolor techniques and specifics of the media through a variety of well-staged, colorful still-life settings. No experience necessary. Painting with Egg Tempera Charles Frymier Thursdays, March 7 to May 9 10 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $175 Egg tempera is considered a historical media, seen often in gothic and medieval icons and paintings. This course sets aside the traditionally laborious execution, so that using egg tempera can be more spontaneous and direct. This course will give you a new tool to use to sketch, develop, change, and transform your ideas. Painting the Figure Gilbert Born Thursdays, March 7 to April 25 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $162 Using oils, acrylics, or gouache, students will learn the basic principles of composition, structure, color, and form in representation of the nude figure. Previous painting experience is required. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Introduction to Oil Painting Tony Becker Tuesdays, March 12 to May 14 10 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $175 If you’ve ever wanted to paint in oils, this is the place to begin. This basic painting class is designed for beginning and intermediate student artists to cover paint application, color mixing, selection and use of brushes, and other painting tools and painting design. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. You may also like Framing Your Artwork The Art and Craft of Painting Gilbert Born Saturdays, March 30 to May 18 8 classes 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $150 In a workshop environment, using oils or acrylics and combining hands-on exercises with demonstrations and examples, we will explore the essential components of visual expression: perspective, composition, color, and form. Anatomy, proportion, and figure drawing will be emphasized. Class cost includes model fee. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Digital Photograph Assignments Lisa Britton Mondays, February 4 to April 1 8 classes No class February 18 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $160 This class consists of different assignments each week, given by the instructor. Students will bring photographs completed during the week to the following week’s class for open discussions about how the images were made. The instructor will also lead a class critique of the work presented. This salon-style class is designed for students who want artistic and technical feedback of their work. Photoshop for the Digital Photographer Sam Marshall Tuesdays, February 19 to March 26 6 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $140 This class will introduce students to possibilities of digital image manipulation using Adobe Photoshop. Using their own images and those provided, students will learn to enhance and alter images. Concepts explored include color correction, tonal adjustments, selection tools, masking techniques, and retouching. Class cost includes lab fee. Also see Adobe Photoshop CS6 Photographer Sam Marshall Thursdays, February 21 to March 28 6 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $150 This is an intermediate level class that builds on the concepts presented in the introductory course. Students will work with Adobe Photoshop to cover general Adult/Teen | Photography 1212 Jackson Street concepts of photo editing. Using handson exercises, students will be able to gain new skills and insights in using this software and build a technical foundation for building their images. Introduction to Darkroom Photography Ann Burrell Saturdays, February 23 to April 13 8 classes 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $148, Lab Fee: $25 Students, using their 35mm manual cameras, will be exposed to the darkroom with unique opportunities to learn basic black and white film processing and image manipulation techniques. This class is a prerequisite for Open Studio Darkroom. Introduction to the Digital SLR Trinidad MacAuliffe Wednesdays, March 6 to April 24 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $160 This class is designed to open up the world of digital photography to you. We will be focusing on the understanding of camera functions, menus, and modes, as well as lighting, composition, aperture, and shutter speed and their respective priority modes. The students will practice outdoor and indoor photography. Basic image retouching and editing will be part of the course, using Camera Raw and Adobe Lightroom. The class format is lecture, handouts, and assignments. Focus on composition and personal project development is also why this class is fab! Class cost includes lab fee. lso see Discover Your Voice with A Photography in Teen Studios NEW! | Photoshop II for the Digital Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Adult/Teen | Photography 1212 Jackson Street Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Emily Lang Saturdays, March 9 to April 27 8 classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $160 A photo is worth a thousand words, but only if it tells a compelling story. In this course, students will have the opportunity to put their existing photo know-how to use by utilizing the principles of photojournalism to create photo essays. This course will also introduce students to the rich history of documentary photography, in addition to the great documentary photographers who helped shape the field. By the end of the course, students will have honed and developed their storytelling skills to craft photo narratives using their digital SLR cameras. Class cost includes lab fee.. f you like this class, you’ll like Sports I Photography in summer 9 NEW! | Table Top Photography Kate Messer Saturdays, March 30 to May 18 8 classes 1:00 - 4:00 pm Fee: $175 This class is ideal for small business owners. Great product photography increases sales, and also lends professionalism and credibility to products and the people selling them. Explore lighting options, camera and lens choices, and backgrounds to learn processing techniques of digital images for optimum output to sell products. NEW! | Portrait Photography Kate Messer Thursdays, March 28 to May 16 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $155 A course designed to create dynamic images of people in a portrait setting with use of natural and ambient light. Learn to pose subjects to communicate specific styles of suggested attributes and the many scenarios of the use of portraiture, from headshots to formal portraits of individuals and groups. Covers post-production to perfect the images. Now on Thursdays and Fridays Open Studio Darkroom (Thursday) Ann Burrell Thursdays, April 4 to May 23 8 classes 6:00 – 9:00 pm Fee: $152, Lab Fee: $25 This class is designed for students who have taken Introduction to Darkroom Photography and are ready to move on to the next level, or just want more time in the darkroom. This is an opportunity to work more in-depth and hone your printing skills and also learn more about some fun alternative techniques. Open Studio Darkroom (Friday) Fridays, March 1 to April 19 8 classes 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Fee: $152, Lab Fee: $25 See Open Studio Darkroom (Thursday) for course description. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Beginning Ceramic Sculpture Cheryl Pannabecker Thursdays, February 21 to April 11 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $210 Open to beginning and experienced students, this class may be taken as an introductory clay course or as a continuing class. Fundamental hand-building will be demonstrated, including slab construction, coil construction, pinch-forming, surface texturing, and carving. Glazes and glazing techniques will also be discussed. The class will focus on creating three-dimensional sculptural forms in clay. Students may need to bring tools and some supplies. Class cost includes materials. Adult/Teen | Sculpture 1212 Jackson Street NEW! | Intermediate Woodworking Richard Fruth Wednesdays, March 6 to April 24 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $200 This class builds on the skills that students have learned in Introduction to Woodworking. This course is for the beginner to the intermediate student who wants to learn how to design, build, and assemble a basic table. This course will introduce new joinery and skills for future projects. Each student will learn the proper method for making a small end table, such as lap joint, mortise and tendon, and many other joinery techniques used in the furniture construction. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Some supplies may need to be purchased. Limited spaces are available. Class cost includes materials. Figurative Sculpture in Clay Stephanie Cooper Tuesdays, March 5 to May 7 10 classes 6:00 – 9:00 pm Fee: $210 This class is designed with a three-dimensional clay format in order to instruct students in sight measuring to create a realistic, anatomical structure. You will learn various clay methods and techniques to facilitate accurate reproduction of the figure. Working from a nude model, students will be able to complete two fired, unglazed ceramic sculptures using stoneware clay. Students must be 16 and older. Introduction to Woodworking Richard Fruth Mondays, March 4 to May 6, 10 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $195 This class is designed for the student with no previous woodworking experience. Students will learn the operations and functional uses of the AAC woodshop power tools and hand tools. Pre-designed projects will demonstrate assembly and joinery finishing techniques. All projects are negotiated in a team format (no personal projects are permitted). New projects set for this term. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Some supplies may need to be purchased. Limited spaces are available. Register at www.artacademy.edu/commu- Adult/Teen | Sculpture 1212 Jackson Street NEW! | Papier-mâché Sculpture 11 Stephanie Cooper Fridays, March 8 to May 10 10 classes 3:00 – 6:00 pm Fee: $160 This class will go far beyond “grade school” papier-mâché creations. By using the material as a serious art medium, and by using tools and methods to refine the material, students will discover new capabilities for making sculptural objects in paper and cardboard. Modeling the Figure in Terra Cotta Charles Frymier Tuesdays, March 12 to May 14 10 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $210 This course is structured around the idea that modeling in clay is like three-dimensional drawing. It is a great tool to speed the development of any artist’s hand/eye coordination. Students will use a terra cotta sculpture clay that hardens at oven temperatures, working from a professional model. Then pieces developed during the course may be baked (by the student), in order to make an enduring work of art. Students must be 16 and older. Class cost includes model fee. Look for... Open Studio Sculpture Led by Dan Fagin and other professional artists, sculptors, and craftsmen Have an idea or a project in mind? Make it a reality in three dimensions! Learn how to work with various materials in order to accomplish your vision… Wood, clay, mold making, metal, and more -- sculpture can be created with anything! Get insider information about resources and techniques from professionals who have been working in the field for years. Some materials and tools will be included in the class fee. Open studio will be offered in six-week sessions and open all term. For details and to register, keep an eye on our online catalog. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Adult/Teen | Workshops & Special Interests 1212 Jackson Street Travel Sketchbook & Journal Workshop with Cincinnati Artist, Amy Bogard at the historic Mabel Dodge Luhan House, Taos, New Mexico June 2013 $1175 per person for a double occupancy $1365 per person if you prefer a single occupancy Contact CE for companion rate. THIRD Annual! Workshop includes: • 4 full days of workshop and lodging • Check-in on Sunday, June 16 with welcome reception in the evening • Check-out on Friday, June 21 with packed lunch provided for your journey onward • Delicious breakfast and lunch on workshop days, plus breakfast on day of departure • Individualized support and exercises for beginner and more experienced artists • Class activities to inspire new and returning travelers alike • Ample opportunities to visit historic Taos sites and to meet local artists Open to students from around the country. Invite your friends! Installation Art Adam Maloney Mondays, February 4 to March 25 7 classes 3:00 - 5:30 pm Fee: $115 Students will interact with space and create installations. Students may be divided into groups of two or three, depending on class size. The fundamental of interior space will be discussed extensively. NEW! | Refashioned Style: New Garments from Old 2D Junk Aesthetic Adam Maloney Wednesdays, February 6 to March 13 6 classes 3:00 - 5:30 pm Fee: $120 Students will create 2D compositions using found surfaces of their choosing. Concepts like non-objective art and collage will be explored. Multiple compositions will be made and critiques will take place in every class. Lauren Macke Wednesdays, February 6 to March 13 6 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $150 This course will explore the process of garment-based sewing by developing a vocabulary of machine and hand sewing techniques. We will be sourcing textiles from a variety of waste streams, such as thrift stores, yard sales, and our own closets, in order to create something new from something old. We will plan and sketch our design before embarking on a fun and even practical upcycling adventure. lso see Sewing from a Pattern at A Clifton Cultural Arts Center Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Adult/Teen | Workshops & Special Interests 1212 Jackson Street NEW! | Deconstruct and Reconstruct 13 Your Old Books Liz Neal Saturday, February 16 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Fee: $80 Reuse that old hardback book to make your own personal art books. This one-day workshop will show you how to create a new version of your old book filled with your own artwork! Must be willing to deconstruct your book. the classes will be time dedicated to work and critiques. lso see Foundational Comic Drawing A for Adults at the Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum NEW! Collage with Hand Papermaking Margaret Rhein Saturday, March 9 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Fee: $80 This one-day workshop will introduce students to the process of making their own paper by hand and incorporating collage elements such as photocopies, dried flowers, threads, and fabrics into the paper to create uniquely personal papers of their own design. Professional Makeup Materials Amber Johnson Wednesdays, March 20 to May 8 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $145, Lab Fee $25 This workshop will go beyond the stage makeup look into a more realistic fill quality finished makeup. Students will learn to use hands-on materials like Skin Tite Silicone and Skin Illustrator in order to create various degrees and sizes of hand-sculpted prosthetics to be applied directly to the face or body. This workshop will delve into character creation, realistic old age makeup, and – if you dare – zombies! Framing Your Artwork Charles Frymier Saturdays, April 20 to May 18 5 classes 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $154 This class will be a hands-on introduction to proper framing presentation and conservation practices. This class will meet at Suder’s Art Store (1309 Vine Street). Students should bring one or two pieces to learn how to frame or mount. An overview of techniques will be covered, and a list of tools and materials will be provided in the first class. NEW! | Working with Silicone and NEW! | Fantasy Art Workshop Woodrow J. Hinton III Saturdays, March 16 to May 4 8 classes 1:00 – 4:00 pm Fee: $155 This workshop is designed for artists who have a passion for fantasy. The focus of this workshop is to introduce artists to the professional practices and methods implemented when creating an illustration for gaming and comics. The first half of each class will consist of lectures, demos, and assignments, while the second half of Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Fall Teen Studios 1212 Jackson Street Teen Studio Class for ages 13-18 | Also see classes for Teens at our new locations. For Teens: Level 1 Matt Wright Saturdays, February 2 to March 9 6 classes 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $145 Course topics will include story and storyboarding, character creation and development, layout and page planning, and penciling and inking. Class cost includes lab fee. NEW! | Foundational Comic Drawing scratchboard, mixed media, and more are planned. lso see Figure Drawing for High School A Students at The Barn in Mariemont Mold Making in Multiples Jamie Payne Saturdays, February 23 to March 30 6 classes 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $145 This course will introduce mold making as an artist’s tool. Students will receive a brief overview of many different types of mold making processes. Using these simple techniques, the class will mold and cast a sculpture or found objects in at least 3 different materials. Students will then work closely with the instructor to create an installation dealing with the juxtaposition of these materials. Open to students 13-18 years old. Some supplies included. Adults are welcome too! for Teens: Level 2 Matt Wright Saturdays, March 16 to April 20 6 classes 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $145 The second level of this course is both more complex and more self-guided than Level 1. Classes will build on and expand approaches to visual storytelling and will combine traditional with non-traditional drawing, inking, and painting techniques. Class cost includes lab fee. Also see Fantasy Art Workshop NEW! | Foundational Comic Drawing for High School Students Liz Neal Saturdays, February 23 to March 30 6 classes 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $145 This 6-week course will expose students to a broad spectrum of art materials and usage to create engaging artwork. Introduction to color pencil, watercolor, acrylic paints and mediums, gouache, NEW! | Art Materials and Techniques Photography Kate Messer Saturdays, March 16 to April 20 6 classes 9:30 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $145 In this basic course, we will be discovering our own personal photographic style, through exploration of subjects and methods. Students are required to have a digital camera. Adults are welcome too! lso see Introduction to Darkroom A Photography NEW! | Discover Your Voice with While Community Education offers classes specifically for teens, teens can also take any class in the Adult/Teen programming as long as the teen meets age requirement if listed. Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Art For Kids 1212 Jackson Street 15 Art For Kids Classes for Ages 5-7 and Ages 9-12 weeks will be a drawing class for students to develop characters and scenes based around high seas tales. Students will be working with color pencils, watercolors, and water-based paints. NEW! | Arrgh, Arrgh, Sculpt a Pirate Too! Christian Schmit Saturdays, April 6 to May 11 6 classes 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $125 The second 6-week class will keep working on the themes, but in three dimensions. The students will be creating small sculptures and dioramas using cardboard and air-dry clays. or Summer Programming at the F Art Academy, see page 12 and 23. NEW! | Arrgh, Draw Me a Pirate! Christian Schmit Saturdays, February 23 to March 30 6 classes 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $125 In keeping with the spirit of art and artists everywhere, this term’s Art For Kids classes are devoted to PIRATES. This first six Procter & Gamble and the Art Academy of Cincinnati’s Visual Art Outreach Program Celebrates it’s 20th year. Education department to Cincinnati Public School classrooms, where they present a hands-on art lesson that coordinates with the CPS teacher’s curriculum. This long-running, successful program provides the art lesson, all the supplies needed, and suggestions for follow-up art lessons to the CPS teacher. Any CPS classroom is eligible to participate in the program at no cost to them. For more information about our Drawing Contest, or how your child’s classroom can participate in the Outreach Program, please call Community Education at 513-562-8748 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For our 20-year celebration, the Art Academy of Cincinnati is sponsoring a Drawing Contest for all participating classrooms’ students. The Visual Art Outreach Program, funded by Procter and Gamble, sends artists and art educators from the Art Academy of Cincinnati’s Community Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Art Academy of Cincinnati Adult/Teen and Art For Kids The Barn in Mariemont Cut-Ups Cheryl Pannabecker Mondays, February 25 to March 11 3 classes 4:00 – 5:30 pm Fee: $150 Break the winter doldrums with this totally fun workshop using paper and scissors to create art inspired by artists like Rene Matisse and contemporary artist Kara Walker. Turn this seemingly simple activity into meaningful artwork, social commentary, or lovely pictures. Color Pencil Landscape and Still-Life Marlene Steele Saturdays, March 16 to May 25 9 classes No class April 13 and May 4 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm Fee: $155 This is an introductory class in drawing with color pencil. The class will take advantage of the lovely areas around Mariemont, where we will learn to draw on site with this very transportable media. When weather prevents outside work, the class will draw from still-life compositions using natural elements. The first class will meet in The Barn classroom. Materials are not included in class cost. Calligraphy Foundations: ‘UNCIAL!’ Marlene Steele Saturdays, March 16 to May 25 10 classes, No class May 4 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $170 Ideal for the beginner to learn! This bookhand majuscule with beautiful curved spines flows easily from the broad-edge pen. Its rounded forms need little-to-no pen manipulation. This style lends itself to dense patterns and the use of color. Projects will explore these possibilities in watercolor and gouache. Materials are not included. Adult/Teen Mixed Media Painting Rebecca Nava Mondays, January 21 to April 15 No class February 18 12 classes 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $180 Mixed media painting allows you to make paintings that are truly your own, bringing your artwork to a new level of interest. This class will use paints to create textural effects that encourage improvisation and experimentation. Emphasis will be placed in the use of water-based and oil painting media, brush and knife techniques, blending washes, encaustic painting, collage, and use of other found objects in painting. Students will work from still-life arrangements, photographs, and the human figure. Previous drawing experience is recommended. Mosaics Sandy Caruso and Barb Coe Thursdays, February 14 to March 21 6 classes 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $125, Material Fee: $40 Learn how to mosaic objects using broken china pieces, glass or ceramic tiles, etc. Any skill level is welcome, no experience required. Supplies of mastic and grout and some china and tiles will be provided and a few simple tools will be available for use. A list of inexpensive items will be provided in the first class. Students must be 16 or older. lso see Mosaics at the Carnegie Center A of Columbia Tusculum and at Essex Studios Adult/Teen and Art For Kids The Barn in Mariemont Mix-it Up Cheryl Pannabecker Mondays, March 25 to April 8 3 classes 4:00 – 5:30 pm Fee: $150 Our second workshop will definitely keep away any winter dullness! The instructor will work with the class on combining watercolor with magic markers, bleeding tissue paper, and watercolor pencils to create color abstractions on paper. Oriental Ink Painting Young Hi Lee Saturdays, April 6 to May 11 No class May 4 5 Classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $115 Both new and returning students will enjoy learning the history, philosophy, and symbolism of traditional Oriental painting. Students will learn to manipulate the tools of this painting style, including ink sticks, grinding stones, bamboo brushes, colors, and rice paper. Continuing students may explore combining a variety of images from nature with calligraphy and elements of poetry. Teens, Ages 13-18 Figure Drawing for High School Students Matt Wright Tuesdays, February 5 to March 26 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $145 The instructor will introduce students to traditional fundamentals of figure drawing from a clothed model, while encouraging individual style development and exploration of drawing media and methods. Open to students 13-18 years old. 17 NEW! | Art for Home-Schooled Kids Lynn Arnsperger Tuesdays, February 19 to March 26 6 classes 3:00 – 5:30 pm Fee: $145 This class is designed as a hands-on exploration of art and design basics. Examples of historical and contemporary art will be referenced and discussed while students work with a variety of art materials, such as charcoal, pastel, watercolor, ink, and acrylic paints. Open to students in grades 4 through 12. Art For Kids Classes for Ages 5-12 NEW! | After-School Art for Kids Linda Trucksis Wednesdays, January 9 to May 15 3 sessions 4:00 – 6:00 pm Session 1: January 9 to February 13 Session 2: February 20 to March 27 Session 3: April 10 to May 15 Fee: $65 per each 6-class session Students in our after-school art program will be introduced to art methods and techniques through hands-on projects. The teacher will also offer instruction and assistance for students’ art projects and assignments. Although the class may consist of multi-grade levels, the instructor and assistant will provide materials and instruction with consideration of a child’s age and skill. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Adult/Teen Adult/Teen and Art For Kids Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum NEW! | Focus On Perspective Debbie Brod Wednesdays, February 6 to April 10 10 classes 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $170 This class is for beginning drawing students who are acquainted, but not yet familiar, with the principles of linear perspective. We’ll learn through direct observation, using the beautiful architecture of the Tusculum building, as well as still-life subjects, as inspiration for our drawings. One of the goals of this class is to open the door to the “magic” of this system, developed in the Renaissance, and widely used in twodimensional art ever since. china pieces, glass or ceramic tiles, etc. Any skill level is welcome, no experience required. Supplies of mastic and grout and some china and tiles will be provided and a few simple tools will be available for use. A list of inexpensive items will be provided in the first class. Students must be 16 or older. lso see Mosaics at The Barn in A Mariemont and at Essex Studios Mixed Media Anissa Lewis Tuesdays, March 5 to April 23 8 classes 6:30 – 8:30 pm Fee: $140 Mixed media is an incredible art-making technique, employing various media to create an artwork of visual interest. In each class, a technique will be introduced to broaden your means of personal expression. Stenciling, block printing, collage, found objects, text and painting to make amazing images! Art For Kids Classes for Ages 5-12 After-School Art for Kids Tony Becker Wednesdays, January 9 to May 15 3 sessions 4:00 – 6:00 pm Session 1: January 9 to February 13 Session 2: February 20 to March 27 Session 3: April 10 to May 15 Fee: $65 per each 6-class session Students will be introduced to art methods and techniques through hands-on projects. The teacher will also offer instruction and assistance for students’ art projects. Although the class may consist of multigrade levels, the instructor and assistant will provide materials and instruction with consideration of a child’s age and skill. for Adults Matt Wright Thursdays, February 7 to March 28 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $155 Comics and graphic novels are not just for kids anymore! This 6-week course (a basic introduction to comic drawing) features the same curriculum and content used for younger students, but retooled for an adult learning experience. Course topics will include story and storyboarding, character creation and development, layout and page planning, and penciling and inking. lso see Fantasy Art Workshop at the A Art Academy Mosaics Sandy Caruso Wednesdays, February 13 to March 20 6 classes 1:00 – 4:00 pm Fee: $125, Material Fee: $40 Learn how to mosaic objects using broken NEW! | Foundational Comic Drawing Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Adult/Teen and Art For Kids Clifton Cultural Arts Center Adult/Teen Sewing from a Pattern Lauren Macke Saturdays, March 2 to April 20 8 classes 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Fee: $155 This course will demystify commercial patterns by translating terminology and symbols, and sorting through the overabundance of information contained in each pattern envelope. We will discuss fabric choices and proper cutting methods, and also develop a vocabulary of machine sewing techniques. Students will work their way through a pattern, from purchasing the fabric and thread to sewing the perfect fit. lso see Refashioned Style: New A Garments from Old at the Art Academy Teens, Ages 13-18 Animation & Cartooning Lynn Arnsperger Saturdays, March 9 to April 13 6 classes 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $145 In this class, students will get creative designing their own cartoon characters and bringing them to life. Students will learn and use the Twelve Principles of Disney. Students will learn character construction and create model sheets of their character. Then, using the model sheets, we will bring our characters to life in the form of a storyboard. Students will develop backgrounds and learn the art of cel painting. A basic understanding of timing, in-betweening, and the movement of the two-legged figure will be covered. 19 NEW! | Art for Home-Schooled Kids Rochelle Dietz Wednesdays, February 20 to March 27 6 classes 1:00 – 3:00 pm Fee: $145 This class is designed as a hands-on exploration of art and design basics. Examples of historical and contemporary art will be referenced and discussed while students work with a variety of art materials, such as charcoal, pastel, watercolor, ink, and acrylic paints. Open to students in grades 4 through 12. Art For Kids Classes for Ages 5-12 NEW! | After-School Art for Kids Rochelle Dietz Wednesdays, January 9 to May 15 3 sessions 4:00 – 6:00 pm Session 1: January 9 to February 13 Session 2: February 20 to March 27 Session 3: April 10 to May 15 Fee: $65 per each 6-class session Students in our afterschool art program will be introduced to art methods and techniques through hands-on projects. The teacher will also offer instruction and assistance for students’ art projects and assignments. Although the class may consist of multi-grade levels, the instructor and assistant will provide materials and instruction with consideration of a child’s age and skill. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Drawing from the Very Beginning Debbie Brod Mondays, January 28 to April 8 10 classes No class February 18 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $200 This is an introductory class for those who claim they can’t even draw a straight line! Working initially from still-life arrangements and progressing to nude figure studies in the last classes, students will learn to draw what they see in charcoal, ink, and pencil. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. lso see Drawing from the Very Beginning A on Saturdays at the Art Academy Adult/Teen | Drawing Essex Studio 124, 2515 Essex Place media, including pastel, charcoal, conté, and pencil. There will be a professional nude model at each session, offering students the opportunity to draw either the head or full figure. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Open Studio (Afternoon) Monitor only Thursdays, January 31 to April 4 10 sessions 1:30 – 4:00 pm Fee: $75 This open studio allows artists to work independently from a professional nude model in both long and alternating poses on a weekly basis. No instruction is provided. Artists may work in drawing or waterbased painting materials (no oil paints, please). Registrations must be made in advance. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. lso see Open Studio (Evening) at the A Art Academy Pastel Techniques Using the Figure Ken Landon Buck Fridays, January 25 to April 12 12 classes 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $175 This class is for those with previous figure drawing experience. Working from the nude model, emphasis will be on pastel techniques, including blending, crosshatching, layering, and modeling. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Life Drawing Carin Hebenstreit Wednesdays, January 30 to April 17 12 classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $210 Figure drawing is taught using a variety of Drawing the Human Form Wayman Brown Tuesdays, April 2 to May 28 9 classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $176 Students will use natural light as the blueprint to drawing the human form, just as artists in the Renaissance period did. Students will practice seeing and drawing subtle shade and shadow to delineate shapes and forms, discovering how black/ white and color values, along with pattern, create depth and three-dimensionality in the drawn figure. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. NEW! | Renaissance Artists and Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Adult/Teen | Painting Essex Studio 124, 2515 Essex Place Introduction to Acrylic Painting (Afternoon) Ken Landon Buck Mondays, January 28 to April 22 12 classes No class February 18 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $200 In this introductory class, students will explore the techniques and materials associated with acrylic painting. Concepts of two-dimensional representation, including color and composition, will be addressed. Students will work from still-life arrangements, photographs, and the nude human figure. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Introduction to Acrylic Painting (Evening) See Introduction to Acrylic Painting (Afternoon) for class description Ken Landon Buck Thursdays, January 31 to April 18 12 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $200 Intermediate Acrylic Painting Ken Landon Buck Mondays, January 28 to April 22 12 classes No class February 18 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $200 This intermediate-level class in acrylics will explore a variety of concepts and techniques. Students will work from still-life arrangements, photographs, and the nude figure. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. 21 Portrait Techniques of the Masters Carin Hebenstreit Wednesdays, January 30 to April 17 12 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $215 Learn to paint in the style of the Masters. Students will learn about the anatomy of the head and body, as well as the proper application of light and dark tones, while painting their choice of full figure or portraits from a costumed model. Class cost includes model fee. Introduction to Watercolor (Morning) Ken Landon Buck Fridays, January 25 to April 12 12 classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $195 This is a class designed for both beginners and those who may not have painted in a while. Basic instruction in materials and techniques will be covered, as well as watercolor styles. Students will work from both still-life arrangements and landscape photographs. Introduction to Watercolor (Evening) Ken Landon Buck Tuesdays, January 22 to April 9 12 classes 6:30 - 9:00 pm Fee: $195 See Introduction to Watercolor (Morning) for class description. Intermediate Watercolor Ken Landon Buck Tuesdays, January 22 to April 9 12 classes 12:30 – 3:00 pm Fee: $195 Students will learn a variety of water media skills and techniques. Value ranges, as well as experimentation, will be a part of the coursework. Previous watercolor experience is necessary. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Advanced Watercolor Techniques Ken Landon Buck Thursdays, January 24 to April 11 12 classes 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Fee: $200 Students will learn various water media painting skills and the use of Aquarelle crayons, pen, ink, gouaches, and acrylic inks. Techniques, value ranges, and experimentation will be discussed and demonstrated. A professional nude model will be present for three classes. Previous watercolor experience is necessary. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Adult/Teen | Painting Essex Studio 124, 2515 Essex Place abstract painting. Students will systematically explore various approaches toward abstraction, then, using the fundamental elements of art, class projects will focus on composition. Acrylic paint, paper, and canvas will be used. NEW! | Thinking and Painting Abstractly Eunshin Khang Wednesdays, March 6 to April 10 6 classes 1:00 - 3:30 pm Fee: $144 This class will introduce students to Painting: Inside/Outside Bob Hebenstreit Saturdays, March 16 to May 18 10 classes 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Fee: $200 Intermediate oil painting students will have the opportunity to capture the beautiful colors, shapes, and textures of spring. Painting outside, students can explore the landscape, flora, fauna, and unique architectural elements observed while on location. In inclement weather, we will work inside at Essex in Studio 124, using still-life objects as reference. NEW! | Landscape and Still-Life Adult/Teen | Workshops & Special Interests Essex Studio 124, 2515 Essex Place Screenprinting Techniques at DIY Printing Studio Aaron Kent Tuesdays, February 26 to April 16, 8 classes 6:30 – 9:00 pm Fee: $158 This class focuses on basic procedures for screenprinting on paper. While being exposed to techniques of fundamental and intermediate techniques of screenprinting, students will explore two types of printing methods: the screen filler method and the drawing fluid method. Students will create their own designs to create original prints. lso see Screenprinting Techniques on A Thursdays at the Art Academy Mosaics Sandy Caruso and Barb Coe Wednesdays, April 17 to May 22 6 classes 1:00 – 4:00 pm Fee: $125, Material Fee: $40 Learn how to mosaic objects using broken china pieces, glass or ceramic tiles, etc. Any skill level is welcome, no experience required. Supplies of mastic and grout and some china and tiles will be provided and a few simple tools will be available for use. A list of inexpensive items will be provided in the first class. Students must be 16 or older. lso see Mosaics at the Carnegie Center A of Columbia Tusculum and The Barn in Mariemont Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Summer Programs 1212 Jackson Street 23 Summer Portfolio Preparation Residential and Commuter Portfolio Preparation is intended for high school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates who are preparing for a college-level art program. The Portfolio Preparation program is designed for independent young students to strengthen their portfolios while introducing them to career choices in the visual arts. Students will participate in Studio Art classes that include: Drawing, Painting, Illustration, Photography, Sculpture, Design, Print Media, Animation, Film/ Video, and Art History, taught by AAC BFA and CE faculty. The course includes studio tours, gallery visits, and workplace exposure. The course culminates in a final review with the AAC Admissions team. Section I: June 10-28, 2013 Section II: July 8-26, 2013 For more details, contact Community Education at 513-562-8748 or email@example.com. Camp Art Academy | 2013 Save the dates: Camp Art Academy’s six-week program begins June 10th this summer. We’ve got great weekly themes for our visual arts classes for ages 5-12, including Art on the High Seas. Look for our detailed brochure in January! • Convenient downtown location • Supervised drop-off/pick-up • Secure building and classrooms Six weeks of summer fun at the Art Academy of Cincinnati’s visual art Camp for 5-12 year olds. Camp classes are designed as separate weeks so your camper has the option of attending one week or all six, during June and July. Classes are divided by age groups, with different topics each week, taught by artists and art educators. Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education GENERAL INFORMATION/POLICIES WAYS To reGiSTer Online | www.artacademy.edu/community_ education Phone | 513-562-8748 Mail | 1212 Jackson Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 Fax | 513-562-8778 direCTionS To CLASS LoCATionS/ PArKinG Community Education classes meet at different locations. Visit www.artacademy. edu/community_education/class- locations. php. AAC is located downtown at 1212 Jackson Street. Parking is available at meters on the street, at the Pay and Display Lot on 12th and Vine, and in the Gateway Parking Garage on Central Parkway. The Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum is located at 3738 Eastern Avenue. Free parking is available. Clifton Cultural Arts Center is located at 3711 Clifton Avenue. Free parking is available. The Barn, Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center is located at 6980 Cambridge Avenue in Mariemont. Free parking is available. The Essex Studios is located at 2515 Essex Place, Studio #124 and DIY Printing Studio. Free parking is available. LoCATion TeLePHone nUMBerS If someone needs to reach you in an emergency during class, they may call (513) 562-8748 during daytime business hours. During evening or weekend classes, call the Security Desk (513) 562-6279 and tell the security officers on duty your name and class location. PUBLiCiTY WAiVer Unless otherwise specified, enrollment indicates that students and/or parents of students grant permission for use of any visual record of students and/or their artwork for educational or publicity purposes. PoLiCieS • Only registered students may attend classes. • Class offerings, dates, fees, facilities, and instructors are subject to change without notice. • Registration in Community Education class entitles students to work in the studio/lab during class hours only. No Exceptions. • Safety precautions and proper use of art materials and chemicals are rigorously practiced. Please use discretion when registering for classes, as the Art Academy cannot be held responsible for adverse reactions that may arise in some individuals. Oil painting, clay, and photography classes involve some chemicals. Pregnancy or other conditions may be affected. Please consult a physician before registering. Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Contact Community Ed 513-562-8748 | firstname.lastname@example.org 25 • The Art Academy of Cincinnati’s Jackson Street location is fully accessible. If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate, please call (513) 562-8748. Visit our website for complete list of Art Academy of Cincinnati’s policies. CANCELLATIONS The Art Academy of Cincinnati reserves the right to cancel any class that does not meet minimum enrollment 72 hours prior to the first class. If a class is cancelled, you will be notified and offered the option of a full refund or the opportunity to take another class. ENROLLMENT Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. Classes are limited in size, so register early. You will receive confirmation from the Community Education Office. A completed registration form and payment are required at the time of registration. lease mail the completed registration P form with your check, money order or credit card information to: Art Academy of Cincinnati 1212 Jackson Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 Make check or money order payable to Art Academy of Cincinnati. We accept: WITHDRAWALS AND REFUND POLICY Written notice of a withdrawal must be received at least one week prior to the first class. Refunds on classes will not be made after the deadline. A $20 registration fee will be charged against all withdrawals. DISCOUNTS Discounts must be taken at the time the paper or online registration is completed. Community Education Department Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Director of Community Education Jennifer Spurlock Art for Kids & Camp Art Academy Director Bobbi Vallery Community Education Coordinator Rebecca Nebert Location: Art Academy of Cincinnati 1212 Jackson Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 The Art Academy of Cincinnati is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Art Academy of Cincinnati where “Make Art, Make a Difference” is our way of life! We celebrate over 140 years of training visual artists. Our four-year BFA college program is unique: we are a small, intimate college of working visual and literary artists. Our majors (Painting, Drawing, Print Media, Sculpture, Photography, Art History, Design, and Illustration) challenge students to be 21st Century creative thinkers and global innovators. Through our curriculum we prepare students to encounter successful life paths. Film/Video and Animation majors will be offered beginning Fall 2013. We invite you to apply! Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program PSEOP is offered by the State of Ohio. PSEOP was created to allow high school students to enroll in a college or university. Two options are provided. Option A allows the student to receive college credit only. Option B allows the student to receive both high school and college credit. A high school student must submit the Intent to Participate Form to high school administrators by March 30, 2013 to be eligible for enrollment in PSEOP for the 2013-14 academic year. Master of Arts in Art Education The MAAE program gives teachers an opportunity to break old habits, try new solutions, and reinvigorate their art and their classroom practice. Built around an intensive, personalized studio experience, the MAAE challenges participants to get outside their comfort zone and generate fresh ideas for themselves and their students. You’ll learn new ways to make art and, just as important, new ways of relating as a teacher. To accommodate the schedule of working teachers, MAAE courses and studio work is conducted during the summer. The degree requires 33 credits and can be completed in three to five summers. 1-Credit Graduate Courses for Educators One-Credit Graduate intensives are offered through the Art Academy of Cincinnati’s Master of Arts in Art Education program. Generally held on weekends, the program offers working teachers one graduate credit through a two-day (16 hours) intensive. Requirement: A Bachelor’s degree with studio experience. Community Education CEU’s OHIO Ohio Revised Code (Section 3319.22) assigns Local Professional Development Committees (LPDC) the responsibility of reviewing educators’ Professional Development (PD) activities as part of their Individual Professional Development Plans (IPDP) and determining if they meet licensure renewal requirements. Participants are supplied with a statement of contact hour verification, which educators in turn provide to their LPDCs. A CEU is comprised of 10 professional development (PD) contact hours approved by a Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC). Be sure to follow local procedures for PD preapproval established by your LPDC. KENTUCKY Professional Development (PD) is defined in 704 KAR 3:035 Section (2) as “those experiences which systematically over a sustained period of time, enable educators to acquire and apply knowledge, understanding, skills, and abilities to achieve personal, professional, and organizational goals and to facilitate the learning of students.” KRS 158.070 requires four (4) days of the minimum school term to be used for PD activities for the building level professional staff. Individual districts are responsible for determining if a professional development opportunity is acceptable for credit. Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education Contact Admissions 513-562-8740 | email@example.com 27 OPEN HOUSE AND PORTFOLIO REVIEW DAY February 18 To be considered for admission to the Art Academy of Cincinnati’s undergraduate program, you must present your portfolio. Join the college admission staff February 18, 2013 for President’s Day BFA Open House and Portfolio Review Day. Event starts at 9 am. Portfolio reviews are on a first-come first-serve basis. For help preparing your portfolio see Community Education’s Summer Portfolio Preparation on page 23. Not ready? Facility Rentals Planning an event? Fundraiser, lecture, classes, or intimate performance? The Art Academy has numerous versatile rental spaces available for a wide range of events. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Art Academy of Cincinnati College of Art and Design Exhibitions at 1212 Jackson Street Gallery Schedule 2012-2013 Gallery hours may vary. Please call 513-562-6262 for hours. Pearlman Gallery Alumni Sculpture Exhibition 11/9-12/14 Final Friday Reception 11/30 Chidlaw Gallery High School Student Exhibition 11/9-12/14 Final Friday Reception 11/30 Winter Break 12/17– 1/13 Convergys Gallery BFA Student Print Media Exhibition 11/9-12/14 High School Teachers Exhibition 1/11-2/8 Final Friday Reception 1/25 Thomas R. Schiff Photography Exhibition 2/15-3/8 Final Friday Reception 2/22 BFA Senior Shows 3/18-4/26 Senior Graduation Exhibition 5/6-17 Community Education Faculty Exhibition 5/24-6/7 MAAE MAAE Candidates Anna Menefee Tribute Exhibition 1/18-2/8 Final Friday Reception 1/25 26th Annual Minumental Exhibition 2/15-3/8 Reception 2/15 Spring Break 3/11– 3/15 BFA Senior Shows 3/18-4/26 Senior Graduation Exhibition 5/6-17 Ohio Prints for Peace and Justice 5/31-6/20 MAAE MAAE Candidates Design Exhibition 1/11-2/8 Final Friday Reception 1/25 Sponsored by AIGA Cincinnati 26th Annual Minumental Exhibition 2/15-3/8 Reception 2/15 BFA Senior Shows 3/18-4/26 SOS Art 2013 (Also on 5th and 6th Floors) MAAE Faculty MAAE Candidates Left, Carla Johnson on right, Lisa Merida-Paytes Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education For Office Use Only Date Received Student Acc# Online Phone Entered Invoice# Mail Fax Registration Form Date of Birth Name Address City Day/Home Phone State Zip Cell Email Emergency contact Phone Relationship Course Title Day/Time Cost Want to purchase a gift certificate? DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Call to Apply for Scholarships 513-562-8748! Senior (Age 60+) - 10% OFF METHOD OF PAYMENT (Please check one) VISA Mastercard American Express Amount $ Sub total Discount TOTAL Gift Certificate # Exp. / Credit Card Number Card Holderâ€™s Name Check (Make Checks Payable to: Art Academy of Cincinnati) Complete form and return this page with full payment to: Community Education Office Art Academy of Cincinnati 1212 Jackson St, Cincinnati, OH 45202 Non-ProďŹ t Organization U.S. Postage Paid Cincinnati, OH Permit No. 7310 College of Art and Design 1212 Jackson Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 Join Our Community Community Education 513-562-8748 | email@example.com www.artacademy.edu