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COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMS | SUMMER 2017 1 14 29

Gift Certificates Teen and Children Programs Registration Page


Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education 1212 Jackson Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 T (513) 562-8748 F (513) 562-8778 commed@artacademy.edu | 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 3,000 people of all ages study art through the AAC’s Community Education Department. Courses are affordable and open to all. Our programs include: Adult/Teen, Summer Portfolio Preparation, Teen Academy for 13-18 year olds, Camp Art Academy for 5-12 year olds, Saturday Art for Kids, and AAC Programs for Schools. 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 denominations of $50 to $200 all year ‘round. Purchase online through Community Education.

Join Our Community and Benefit •L  earn from teaching artists who are professionals in their fields. •S  mall classes allow for personal attention during instruction. •C  lasses conveniently located at a variety of art centers around the city. •D  iscounts available to seniors from age 60. • Southern Ohio Film Association members receive a 10% discount on Motion Picture Classes. • ArtsWave Passport participants receive a 10% discount www.theartswave.org • CEUs and PDUs may apply to any class for an additional fee (see p 25 for details) 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 •T  he Autumn Air Art Fair through the efforts of many dedicated artists •T  he Bobbi Vallery Memorial Fund Make A Difference! Donate Today!

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Cover: Tierra Shelton, AAC BFA ’16 The Art Academy of Cincinnati is located Near 12th and Vine in Over-The-Rhine, which has the largest collection of 19th century Italianate architecture still standing in the United States. The 360-acre district of OTR is recognized on the National Historic Register.


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AAC CE provides a distinctive education to empower your loved one to embrace their artistic abilities. Give the artist you know the proper tools to pursue a life of creativity. Gift certificates available at: www.artacademy.edu/commuity_education

Table of Contents | SUMMER 2017 2-13 Classes, Workshops, and Special Interests Art Academy, 1212 Jackson Street 14-17 Teen and Children’s Programming Teen Academy, Portfolio Preparation

Camp Art Academy, Art for Kids

18 AAC @ The Barn, Mariemont Clifton Cultural Arts Center The Essex Studios

28 Events Schedule

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Adult/Teen | Communication Arts/Design 3rd Floor South | 1212 Jackson Street

Alms Communication Center

Adobe Photoshop CS6: Introduction

Adobe Photoshop CS6: Intermediate

Adobe Illustrator CS6

Graphic Design

Chad Turner Wednesdays, June 7 to July 12 6:30 – 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 A basic class with focus on retouching, editing, and creative image manipulation. This is an ideal course for free-lance, in-house designers, photographers using digital technology, and studio artists getting started using Photoshop. The course will consist of instruction surveying all major functions and guided work on projects. Chad Turner Mondays, June 19 to July 24 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Expand your vector skills in Illustrator! Become proficient and learn how to create impressive and professional graphic designs and illustrations using digital tools. This course will consist of instruction surveying all major functions and guided work on projects.

Chad Turner Wednesdays, July 19 to August 23 6:30 – 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 This course is designed for those who have taken Adobe Photoshop CS6 and wish to gain a deeper understanding of the program’s tools and capabilities. The course will consist of instruction diving deeper into creating and editing techniques and guided work on projects.

Staff Thursdays, July 6 to August 10 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Students will begin by learning fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator software. Then they will be given a real world project to complete using the skills and resources of a working graphic designer with the guidance of the instructor. Class cost includes lab fee. New! | Start ‘em young with the new Art for Kids: Intro to Photoshop and Film Weeks for ages 8-12! (p 17)

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Adult/Teen | Motion Picture 3rd Floor South | 1212 Jackson Street

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Alms Communication Center

Flash Animation

Tom Beuerlein Wednesdays, June 21 to August 9 6:30 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Learn how to create animations using Adobe Flash. Using basic frame-by-frame techniques and tweening, you’ll learn how to draw and animate simple characters, adding motion, drama, and expression. Use storyboards to animate a sequence to bring your characters to life and set your art in motion!

NEW! | Animation: Cartooning

Tom Beuerlein Tuesdays, June 20 to August 1 No class July 4 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Get creative designing your own cartoon characters and bringing them to life. Students will learn character construction, create model sheets, form a storyboard, and explore world building to create backgrounds and settings. A basic understanding of timing, in-betweening, and the movement of the twolegged figure will be covered.

NEW! | Animation: Storyboarding

Tom Beuerlein Thursdays, July 6 to August 10 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Expand your techniques for visual storytelling through storyboarding! Explore basic animation theory, further your drawing and observational skills, and delve into the basic principles of storyboarding, layout, and animatics. By exploring the rules and conventions of shot composition, learn how to compose and frame a scene for maximum clarity and emotional impact. Class also covers fundamentals of storytelling and character development.

Filmmaking

Regan Brown Saturdays, June 10 to August 12 9:00 - 11:00 am 10 classes Fee: $200 In this class, students will not only learn the basics of filmmaking but also have a completed project by the end of the course. We will touch upon preproduction (scriptwriting & storyboarding,) production (lights, sound, camera work, acting), and postproduction (editing, color and sound correction), all by learning as we create. Southern Ohio Film Association members receive a 10% discount on AAC Motion Picture Classes!

NEW! | WordPress for Beginners

Marcelina Robledo Thursdays, June 22 to July 27 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 WordPress is a powerful yet easy tool to set up a website with a blog. In this class you will learn how to register a domain name, set up a hosting account, install WordPress, set up a theme, and begin blogging. You will also learn how to personalize your site with plug-ins, widgets and media.

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Adult/Teen | Print Media 4th Floor South | 1212 Jackson Street

Screenprinting Techniques

Aaron Broughton Tuesdays, June 20 to August 15 No class July 4 6:30 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 This class focuses on basic procedures for screenprinting on paper. While being exposed to 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. Class cost covers some materials.  Looking for more? Check out Open Studio Screenprinting at DIY Studios at the Essex Studio #188 (p 24)

Print Media Basics

Staff Saturdays, July 22 to August 26 10:00 am - 12:30 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Learn fundamental printmaking techniques that you can use in your own home or studio. This class will teach you print processes that artists of all disciplines can integrate into their works. Monotypes and mono-printing, stenciling, block printing, and collographs will all be introduced in this course.

Woodblock and Linoleum Relief Printmaking

Jase Flannery Wednesdays, June 7 to July 26 6:00 - 8:30 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 This class is an introduction to woodblock and linoleum carving and printmaking. Students will learn carving techniques, how to make an edition, and mono-print techniques. Focus will be on both technique and conceptual development for a variety of works, ending in at least one series of images. Class fee covers most materials. Find more printmaking workshops on p 13

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Adult/Teen | Drawing 6th Floor South | 1212 Jackson Street

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Studios funded by Carson E. Smith

Drawing with Color Theory

Drawing From the Very Beginning

Matt Wright Fridays, July 7 to August 11 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 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 undraped 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. Also see Drawing from the Very Beginning at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center (p 19)

Matt Wright Wednesdays, June 21 to August 9 6:30 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Students will learn basic drawing skills to gain the ability to draw what they see while embracing their own unique style. Class will focus on understanding line weight, perspective and composition, moving from drawing with graphite to using ink to including color and understanding color choices and theory.

Directions for Figure Drawing

Wayman Brown Saturdays, June 10 to July 29 12:30 - 2:30 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Draw what you see, but know what you see! Learn how to tie together the elements of your drawing to create visual movement that leads to your center of focus. Learn how to make stronger drawings by playing with focal points. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee.

Classical Drawing Methods

Alex Sigal Tuesdays, June 13 to August 22 No class July 4 6:30 - 9:00 pm 10 classes Fee: $200 Students will learn techniques of classical drawing working from still-life settings. Students will learn rules of perspective, volume, values, composition, and balance, in order to explore foundational aspects of classical training. No prior experience necessary.

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Adult/Teen | Drawing 6th Floor South | 1212 Jackson Street

Studios funded by the Otto M. Budig Family Foundation

Anatomy for Artists

Staff Mondays, July 10 to August 14 7:00 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Work from the bones up as you learn about the form and underlying structure of the human body as it applies to your art. Students will start by working from anatomical skeletons, explore musculature, and progress to working from undraped models.

Master Drawing

Open Studio (Evening)

Charles Frymier Tuesdays, June 6 to August 15 No class July 4 6:30 - 9:00 pm 10 classes Fee: $200 Students will use natural light as the blueprint to drawing the human form, inspired by drawings from the masters of art history. 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. Materials are not included. Open to adults and teens 16 or older.

Monitor only Wednesdays, June 7 to August 9 6:30 - 9:00 pm 10 classes Fee: $90 This open studio allows artists to work independently from a professional undraped model in both long and alternating poses on a weekly basis. Registrations must be made in advance. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Also see Open Studio (Afternoon) at Essex Studios (p 22)

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Find More Great AAC Drawing Classes at & p. 19

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Adult/Teen | Drawing Workshops 6th Floor South | 1212 Jackson Street

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Studios funded by Carson E. Smith

Animals in Motion @The Zoo

Wayman Brown Wednesday - Friday, June 14 to June 16 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 3 classes Fee: $105 Drawing animals live and in motion requires you to draw what you see, as well as the impression of what you see. What better place to practice than the Cincinnati Zoo? Explore and evaluate contours, boundary lines, shapes, and values to bring form to your finished drawing. 1st class meets at the Art Academy. Class fee does not include zoo admission.

NEW! | Drawing Beyond the Pencil: Charcoal and Conte

Staff Mondays, June 19 to July 24 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Expand your drawing skills with this class focused on working in charcoal and conte. Students will work from creative still life as they explore techniques for drawing with tools beyond the pencil.

NEW! | Drawing Beyond the Pencil: Ink Staff Wednesdays, July 5 to August 9 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Bring vibrancy, flow, and vivacity to your drawing practice as you expand beyond the pencil and explore drawing in ink. Students will investigate various techniques as they draw from life. Some previous drawing experience recommended.

Hands and Faces Workshop

Wayman Brown Saturdays, July 8 to July 22 9:00 am - 12:00 pm 3 classes Fee: $120 Hone your dynamic portraiture skills with this focused workshop covering the proportion of the human hands and face, value and form, and negative space. Work from photographs and live models as you develop the tools to check your accuracy and create realistic drawings. Open to adults and teens 16 or older.

Perspective on Perspective

Wayman Brown Friday, July 14 10:30 am - 2:30 pm 1-day workshop Fee: $65 Make perspective clear and easy to understand, and learn about the many different types of perspective. This is a combination hands-on and lecture/demonstration workshop. No drafting tools are required.

NEW! | Sketchbook Practices Workshop

Wayman Brown Saturdays, August 5 to August 25 12:30 - 3:00 pm 4 classes Fee: $140 Develop your sketchbook practices in this short, field trip-based workshop. Suitable for many mediums, your sketchbook is your constant companion; take it out into the field and learn how to use it to further your artistic work.

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Adult/Teen | Painting 4th Floor North | 1212 Jackson Street

Studios funded by the Thomas J. Emery Foundation

Acrylic Painting 101

Staff Mondays, July 17 to August 21 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Step into the world of acrylic painting in this introductory course. Take your inspiration from favorite artists, photographs, or the world around you as you explore the elements of color, form, and value through still life and abstract work.

Classical Watercolor Techniques

Alex Sigal Thursdays, June 22 to August 10 6:30 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 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. See more great painting classes at the CCAC (p 19) and Essex Studios (p 22-23)

Painting The Figure

Matt Wright Tuesdays, July 11 to August 29 6:30 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Using oils, acrylics, or gouache, students will learn the basic principles of composition, structure, color, and form in representation of the undraped figure. Previous painting experience is required. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee.

Bob Ross Landscape Workshop

Andrea Bacca, Certified Bob Ross Instructor Friday, August 18 6:00 - 9:00 pm 1-day workshop Fee: $80 Learn to paint a classic Bob Ross-inspired landscape in one 3-hour workshop. This workshop will show you how to create a wet-on-wet landscape meant for students of any skill level. All work will be done in oil on canvas and by the end of the workshop, you’ll have a beautiful painting to take home with you. Supplies included.

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Adult/Teen | Photography 3rd Floor North | 1212 Jackson Street

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Darkroom funded by Richard L. Shenk

Introduction to the Digital SLR

Ann Burrell Tuesdays, June 6 to July 18 No class July 4 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 This class is designed to open 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. Class cost includes lab fee.

Intermediate Digital SLR

Ann Burrell Tuesdays, July 25 to August 29 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 This class is designed for students who have taken Introduction to the Digital SLR and are ready to move to the next level! This class will explore more indoor and outdoor shooting, with creative assignments given to further your photographic skills. Each week students will bring in photos from the assignment to be discussed and shared.

Intro to Darkroom Photography

Ann Burrell Saturdays, June 10 to August 12 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 10 classes Fee: $200 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. Class cost includes lab fee.

Open Studio Darkroom

Ann Burrell Thursdays, June 8 to August 10 6:30 - 9:00 pm 10 classes Fee: $189 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. Class cost includes lab fee.

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Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education

Photographing Nature

Lisa Britton Tuesdays, June 20 to August 15 No class July 4 6:30 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Enjoy getting out in nature in your own time and at your own pace, then come to this class and join others who love and appreciate the natural world for its rich qualities and poetic sensibilities to discuss and share the images you create. The instructor will also bring in items to share and inspire students regarding nature and provide further ideas for locations and techniques to help you along in your explorations.

Adult/Teen | Photography 3rd Floor South | 1212 Jackson Street

Studios funded by Joseph and Susan Pichler

Documentary Photography: People

Kate Messer Wednesdays, July 12 to August 16 6:00 - 8:30 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 A photo is worth a thousand words, but only if it tells a compelling story. In this course, students will have the opportunity to apply their existing photo know-how by utilizing the principles of photojournalism to create photo essays focused around people. This class will also introduce students to the rich history of documentary photography. By the end of the course, students will have honed and developed their storytelling skills to craft photo narratives using their digital SLR cameras.

Creative Darkroom Techniques

Ann Burrell Saturdays, July 8 to July 29 1:00 - 3:00 pm 4 classes Fee: $140 No camera? No darkroom experience? No problem! In this class, students will explore some fun and creative darkroom techniques, such as cyanotypes and photograms (some of the earliest photographic practices used) to make unique, one-ofa-kind images. Newer techniques such as chemigrams will also be taught.

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Adult/Teen | Sculpture Lower Level | 1212 Jackson Street

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Introduction to Woodworking: Making Boxes

Richard Fruth Wednesdays, June 10 to August 9 6:30 – 9:00 pm 10 classes Fee: $200 This class is for the student who wants to continue honing their skills with a variety of hand tools and power tools. Projects are focused on the construction, assembly, and finish of boxes in three different styles. Learn and create a business card box with a slab lid, a small miter box with a sliding lid, and a slant wall box with miter keys and a recessed slab lid.

Papier-mâché Sculpture

Stephanie Cooper Fridays, June 23 to August 11 3:00 – 6:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 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.

3-D Design & Sculpture

Linda Schneider Tuesdays, July 11 to August 15 6:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Explore three-dimensional design and creation through a variety of media in this sculpture class designed to let students explore creation through working in clay, metal, plastic, and more. Turn the page for more opportunities in sculpture!

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Adult/Teen | Sculpture 1212 Jackson Street

Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Beginning Ceramics

Linda Schneider-Houghton Thursdays, June 22 to August 10 6:00 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Plunge your hands into clay for the first time or again in this basic ceramic course suited to all skill levels and focused on how to handle and manipulate clay. Students will use hand building techniques as well as slabs of clay in exciting ways to create sculptures and/or functional forms. Build your clay sculpting skills while learning surface techniques and glazing solutions. Class includes bisque and glaze firings.

Modeling the Figure in Terra Cotta

Charles Frymier Wednesdays, June 7 to August 16 6:00 - 9:00 pm 10 classes Fee: $200 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. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee.

Tile Making

Staff Mondays, July 10 to August 14 6:30 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 This class explores tile-making skills from start to finish. Students will make their own tiles and explore a variety of surface treatment options, including inlay, carving, sprigging, and painting with under-glazes. Time will be allotted for designing, carving, glazing and firing tiles.

Ceramic Figures

Stephanie Cooper Saturdays, June 24 to August 12 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 8 classes Fee: $200 This class is designed with a three-dimensional clay format in order to instruct students in sight measuring to create a realistic, anatomical structure. Learn various clay methods 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. Materials provided. Open to adults and teens 16 or older.

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Textiles: Print and Pattern

Adult/Teen | Special Interests 1212 Jackson Street

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Tommy Ballard Mondays, June 19 to August 7 6:00 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Learn various methods of printing on fabric, including linoleum block, screen printing, and photo transfers. Transform your drawings and designs into patterns that are hand-printed onto fabric and heat set for washable and functional use! Most materials provided.

Textiles: Eco Printing & Natural Dyeing

Tommy Ballard Thursdays, June 22 to August 10 6:00 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Learn the process of naturally dyeing fabric, including dyeing with plant-based and exotic dyes on wool yarn, silk, and linen. Mixing basic chemistry with natural pigments like indigo, cabbage, and turmeric, students will learn how to make a successful dye pot and prepare fiber for washable use. Students will create patterns and use flowers, berries, and leaves to create ecoprinted fabric.

Encaustic: Painting With Wax

Charles Frymier Thursdays, June 8 to August 17 6:30 - 9:00 pm 10 classes Fee: $200 This course is an introduction to painting with wax. We will be focusing on both hot and cold wax painting techniques, as well as explore color, form, and composition. This class will also take time to illuminate historic practice and modern experiments.

Calligraphy: Copperplate Part II

Marlene Steele Saturdays, July 22 to August 26 1:00 - 4:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 This course features the beautiful script style known as copperplate, focusing on the beautiful Capitals which are the hallmark of this popular style. We will also do layout work and show you how to use this new skill for an upcoming place card or envelope project. All skill levels welcome as this class includes beginning instruction as well as continuing techniques for the intermediate student. Materials not included.

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Ages 13 - 18 | Teen Academy Summer Programs

Saturday Teen Academy

Classes meet each Saturday for 5 weeks. Each class fee is $152, or take 2 for $260!

June 17 - July 22 | No class July 1

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 - 4:00 pm

Learn techniques to improve the accuracy of your observational drawings. Learn how to make more convincing illusions of volumetric form, light and space using graphite and charcoal on white and toned paper.

Students will explore line, form, and color as it relates to representational and non-representational painting. Students will draw from still-life and from a professional, clothed model, surveying a variety of painting materials.

Drawing 101

Painting 101

Teens ages 16 and up can find more opportunities with our Adult/Teen classes

Teen Academy studio classes for ages 13-18

Classes meet Monday-Friday, for one week. Each class fee is $152, or take 2 for $260!

June 12 to June 16

June 19 to June 23

June 26 to June 30

Painting 101

Textile Prints & Dyeing

Creating with Clay

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Explore line, form, and color as it relates to representational and non-representational painting, through a variety of media and techniques.

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn the process of dyeing fabric and transform your designs into hand-printed patterns using block stamps and screenprinting.

Digital Photography

Illustration Basics

1:00 - 4:00 pm

1:00 - 4:00 pm

Learn Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to complete design projects, photo editing, and more!

Create a fashion portfolio with your own unique style. Students will study figure drawing, and learn how a line can transform fashion and make a statement!

Discover your own personal photographic style through exploration of subjects and methods. (Students are required to have a digital camera.)

Graphic Design

Printmaking Basics

Learn to make your mark through print processes that all artists can incorporate into their work such as monotype, stenciling, block printing, and stamp making!

Using a variety of media, students will learn how to respond creatively to projects and generate imaginative ideas and worlds of their own!

Fashion Illustration

Sculpture 101

Explore creating art in three dimensions with a variety of materials. Employ additive, subtractive, and relief methods of sculpture while creating with paper, wood, clay, and more!

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9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Explore ways of creating art in three dimensions with clay. Employ additive, subtractive, and relief methods of sculpture!

Drawing 101

Improve the accuracy of your observational drawings by studying form, light, and space to creative more convincing illusions and capture what you see, working in graphite and charcoal on white and toned paper. 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Screenprinting

Students will create their own designs while being exposed to the fundamental techniques of screenprinting.

Drawing with Color Theory Learn essential drawing skills and techniques for incorporating color in their works, as well as principles of color theory, to help understand color choices in your work.


Ages 13 - 18 | Teen Academy 1212 Jackson Street

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Teen Academy studio classes for ages 13-18

Classes meet Monday-Friday, for one week. Each class fee is $152, or take 2 for $260!

July 10 to July 14

July 17 to July 21

July 24 to July 28

Filmmaking

Figure Drawing

Darkroom Photography

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn the basics of filmmaking such as scriptwriting, lights, sound, camera, and editing, to create a completed project in film!

Comics & Cartoons

Design cartoon characters and scenarios and bring them to life through character model sheets, storyboards, cel paintings, and more! 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Flash Animation

Create animations using Adobe Flash. Learn how to draw and animate simple characters by adding motion, drama, and expression!

Photoshop

Learn how to draw what you see using Photoshop. Explore the functions of Photoshop such as working in layers, levels, brushes, contrast, and more. Discover how to edit and create images through Photoshop!

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn about the underlying structure of the figure, gesture, and more while drawing from a clothed model.

Graphic Novels

Design, write, and create graphic novels through storyboarding, character development, layout, penciling, and inking. 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Creative Writing

9:00 - 12:00 pm

Get exposed to the darkroom and 35mm manual cameras, and learn basic black and white film processing and techniques.

Drawing Hands and Faces Explore the underlying forms and structure of the most expressive parts of the human body. Practice drawing the face and hands realistically and abstractly in graphite, ink, and other materials.

Explore your creativity to generate a wide variety of writing from prompts including short stories, poems, comics, and more. The final project will consist of a handmade book that incorporates students’ work from the course.

1:00 - 4:00 pm

Acrylic Painting

Study different techniques of collage and mixed-media art works through use of image transfers, texture, layers, and assembly.

Use acrylic paint to explore techniques and color mixing, as well as examining color as it relates to representation and abstract painting.

Multiples in Sculpture

Learn simple mold making techniques to cast sculpture or found objects in at least 3 different materials and create an installation of multiples.

Mixed Media

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Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education

Camp Art Academy & Portfolio Prep Summer Programs

Camp Art Academy is an

award-winning, memorable experience for your camper! Balancing technical instruction with freedom of selfexpression, curriculum includes fundamental visual art skill-building activities, 2& 3-D hands-on experience, top notch guest artists and trips, and creative problem solving with lots of fun! Morning, Afternoon, or Full Day options available. Classes held at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center!

Prep Your Portfolio in Just 3 Weeks!

Summer Portfolio Preparation Program June 10-July 1 or July 8-July 29

Prepare, develop, and strengthen your portfolio in a three-week program at the AAC! The Portfolio Prep Summer Program is open to high school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates who are preparing for a college-level art program. AAC faculty lead Studio Art Classes and this immersive program includes studio tours, gallery visits, and workplace exposure, and it culminates in a final portfolio review with the AAC Admis- How To Apply sions team. Program offers commuting and resi- E-mail to commed@artacademy.edu dential accommodations. or call 513-562-8748 for full details!

Program Dates and Times SESSION 1 June 10 - July 1 SESSION 2 July 8 - July 29

Program Tuition Commuter: $625 Residential: $1,100

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Ages 5-12 | Art for Kids Summer Programs

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Saturday Art for Kids Ages 8-12

Art for Kids: Intro to Photoshop

Tory Erpenbeck Saturdays, June 10 to July 15 12:30 - 3:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $68 Students will learn how to draw what they see using Photoshop. Learn Photoshop basics, including working with layers, levels, brushes, contrast, and more. Learn how to edit images and to create images solely through Photoshop!

Check out more Art for Kids classes at Clifton Cultural Arts Center! (p. 19) NEW! | Art for Kids: Film Week! Ages 8-12

Film Week 1: Adventures in Film Media

Monday - Friday, June 19 to June 23 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $152 Ever wanted to make GIF art, create animations of your very own or even create some Video/ Sound Art? During this camp we’ll explore the basics of “time-based” and digital art in the 21st Century and create art that will prepare you for more advanced audio and video production skills needed in filmmaking. All supplies provided! Students receive a downloadable link to final movie from their AAC Filmmaking Camp

Film Week 2: Movie-making!

Monday - Friday, July 17 to July 21 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Fee: $152 Lights, Camera, Action! Campers will learn what it takes to make a digital video feature. From pre-filming necessities like storyboards and screenwriting, to production day and post production editing, this week will be packed full of nonstop action! Construct minor sets and props, create costumes, and record synchronous sound effects. Behind the scenes and in front of the camera – you’ll do it all! All supplies provided!

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Scholarships are available for Teen and Children’s programs through the Bobbi Vallery Memorial Fund The Bobbi Vallery Memorial Fund was established in 2013 in loving memory of Bobbi Vallery who worked a dedicated 13 years as Camp Art Academy and Art For Kids Director. Her work helped children in need gain access to art through the pursuit of scholarship funds. Bobbi is remembered for her enthusiasm and belief that all children should have the opportunity to study art and embrace their artistic abilities. To donate today, call 513-562-8745.

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Art for Kids and Adult/Teen | The Barn, Mariemont 6980 Cambridge Ave Mosaics @ The Barn

Sandy Caruso Wednesdays, June 7 to July 12 6:00 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $173 An informal atmosphere of inspiration, camaraderie, and fun prevails as you learn to create mosaic art. (You get to break stuff!) The first two classes cover techniques of gluing, grouting, and tile nipping. Using the Pique Assette method, plates are used to produce colorful, imaginative designs on bases (frames, pots, mirrors, etc.) In the remaining four classes, students choose their own project and work at their own pace. All experience levels are welcome and supplies are provided. Class size is limited to emphasize individual description.

AAC @ The Barn, Mariemont Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center 6980 Cambridge Ave

The Barn provides space for art instruction, art exhibits, artists’ studios, meetings, and events. The Barn continues to be maintained and operated by the Foundation as a State of Ohio Cultural Facility, serving men, women, and children of the Greater Cincinnati Area.

The Art Academy of Cincinnati is proud to partner with local Art Centers around the Greater Cincinnati Area to offer high-quality art and design programs at a variety of convenient locations! Check out Art Academy @

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Adult/Teen | Clifton Cultural Arts Center 3711 Clifton Avenue

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Drawing from the Very Beginning @ Clifton

Foundational Comic Drawing

Matt Wright Saturdays, June 24 to August 12 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 This is an introductory class for those who claim they can’t even draw a straight line! Working from still-life arrangements, students will learn to draw what they see in charcoal, ink, and pencil.

Matt Wright Thursdays, June 22 to August 10 6:30 - 9:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Comics and graphic novels are not just for kids anymore! Students will explore the fundamentals of this art form including visual storytelling, character creation and development, layout and page planning, and penciling and inking. Open to students 16 and older.

Oil Painting: A Fresh Start

NEW! | Jewelry Design @ Clifton

Linda Schneider-Houghton Mondays, July 17 to August 21 6:00 - 9:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 This course covers a variety of techniques to create wearable art in wide range of materials! Class begins by learning how to make expandable necklaces and bracelets, then move on to designing and stringing beads into a necklace and earrings and transforming wire, beads, and chain into beautiful jewelry pieces. Materials provided.

Marlene Steele Wednesdays, June 21 to August 9 6:00 - 8:30 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 If you’ve ever wanted to paint in oils, this is the place to begin. Designed for beginning and intermediate levels, class will cover how to start a painting, color mixing, selection and use of brushes, and other painting tools and painting design. Students will use a limited palette in order to learn how to mix a variety of colors. Interesting still-life set-ups will be used. Previous drawing experience is recommended. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Materials are not included.

AAC @ Clifton Cultural Arts Center 3711 Clifton Ave “A sprawling regional arts and learning center unlike any other. An incomparable campus environment where artists and students of all ages and interests gather to teach… to learn… to enrich their lives… and express their creativity.”

Turn the page for classes for Kids and Teens at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center!

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Kids & Teens | Clifton Cultural Arts Center 3711 Clifton Avenue

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Tory Erpenbeck Saturdays, July 22 to August 26 9:00 am - 11:00 am 6 classes Fee: $68 Students will learn the basics of how to draw cartoons and comics, starting from shapes, to creating their own stories. Students will develop characters, make storyboards, create a narrative, and learn how to show expression

Ages 13 to 18 Life Drawing for Teens

Tory Erpenbeck Saturdays, July 22 to August 26 11:30 am - 2:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $152 This course covers the basic fundamentals of drawing from life. Students will work from still-life setups, and learn how to render them using graphite, charcoal, pastels and more. Focusing on value, form, shape, composition and more, students will learn how to capture what they see!

Check out more youth programs @ AAC Teen Academy on p 14, and Art for Kids on p 17 AAC @ Clifton Cultural Arts Center 3711 Clifton Ave Clifton Cultural Arts Center is a sprawling regional arts and learning center located at the heart of Clifton. CCAC engages the community and artists of all disciplines and ages through a bounty of arts and cultural programing. For full information, visit: www.cliftonculturalarts.org

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Adult/Teen | Essex Studios 2511 Essex Place, Studio #124

Life Drawing

Carin Hebenstreit Wednesdays, June 7 to August 23 9:30 am – 12:00 pm 12 classes Fee: $210 Figure drawing is taught using a variety of media, including pastel, charcoal, conté, and pencil. There will be a professional undraped model at each session, offering students the opportunity to draw either the head or full figure. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee.

NEW! | Dynamic Figure Drawing and Painting

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NEW! | Pastel Landscapes

Ken Landon Buck Fridays, June 9 to August 25 12:30 – 3:00 pm 12 classes Fee: $175 This class is for those with previous drawing experience. Students will work in pastels from their own photographs, working in pastel, pastel over watercolor or gouache, and pastel on sanded paper. Emphasis will be on pastel techniques, including blending, cross-hatching, layering, and modeling. Materials are not included. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee.

Greg Albert Tuesdays & Thursdays, June 20 to July 20 No class on July 4 7:00 - 9:00 pm 9 classes Fee: $195 Learn to draw and paint the human figure realistically in dynamic compositions using pencil, graphite, charcoal, and black and white acrylics on paper, with an emphasis on contour, gesture, and tonal value. This class will teach students to make accurate renderings as well as expressive statements and is both a solid foundation for a beginner and a thorough review of the basics for the more experienced artist. Students will work from a professional undraped model. Class cost includes model fee. Open to adults and teens 16 or older.

AAC @ Essex Studio #124 2511 Essex Place

Essex Studios is located in Walnut Hills at the historic Hamilton Tailoring Co. building. One of Cincinnati’s most diverse artist collectives and art galleries, Essex houses nearly 200 studios for artists of all media. The AAC offers classes by talented, experienced instructors teaching courses for all skill levels at Studio #124!

Supplies and full descriptions listed online.


Adult/Teen | Essex Studios 2511 Essex Place, Studio #124

Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Figure Drawing Dynamics

Marlene Steele Saturdays, June 24 to August 12 9:30 am - 12:00 pm 8 classes Fee: $189 Shake up your figure drawing with solid approaches from an experienced draughtsman and teacher. Add proportional accuracy, linear expression, and gestural excitement to your technique, working with a contemporary artist whose drawing skills sell in the challenging courtroom setting. Students will work from an undraped figure model. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Charcoal, conte, sepia and sanguine pencils recommended.

NEW! | Pastel Portraits: The Painterly Approach

Marlene Steele Tuesdays, July 11 to August 15 9:30 am - 12:00 pm 6 classes Fee: $168 Reinvent your pastel portraits with a fresh approach to the materials. Study the basic facial plane in a variety of flesh tone mixes. Open to adults and teens 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee.

Portrait Techniques of the Masters

Carin Hebenstreit Wednesdays, June 7 to August 23 1:00 - 3:30 pm 12 classes Fee: $210 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.

Open Studio (Afternoon)

Monitor only Thursdays, June 8 to August 10 1:30 – 4:00 pm 10 sessions Fee: $90 This open studio allows artists to work independently from a professional undraped 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. Also see Open Studio (Evening) at the Art Academy; now on Wednesdays! (p 6)

AAC @ Essex Studio #124 2511 Essex Place

Essex Studios is located in Walnut Hills at the historic Hamilton Tailoring Co. building. One of Cincinnati’s most diverse artist collectives and art galleries, Essex houses nearly 200 studios for artists of all media. The AAC offers classes for all skills levels taught by talented, experienced instructors at Studio #124!

Register at www.artacademy.edu/community_education


Adult/Teen | Essex Studios 2511 Essex Place, Studio #124

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Introduction to Watercolor

Ken Landon Buck Fridays, June 9 to August 25 9:30 am – 12:00 pm 12 classes 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.

Intermediate Watercolor

Ken Landon Buck Tuesdays, June 6 to August 29 No class July 4 12:30 – 3:00 pm 12 classes 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.

Advanced Watercolor Techniques

Ken Landon Buck Thursdays, June 8 to August 24 9:30 am – 12:00 pm 12 classes Fee: $200 Students will learn various water media painting skills and the use of ink, gouaches, and acrylic inks. Techniques, value ranges, and experimentation will be discussed and demonstrated. A professional undraped model will be present for three classes. Previous watercolor experience is necessary. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee.

Acrylics for Beginners

Ken Landon Buck Mondays, June 5 to August 21 12:30 – 3:00 pm 12 classes 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, photographs, and the undraped human figure. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee. Intermediate Acrylic Painting Ken Landon Buck Mondays, June 5 to August 21 6:30 – 9:00 pm 12 classes 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 undraped figure. Students must be 16 or older. Class cost includes model fee.

Find more Painting classes at the Art Academy (p 8)

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Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education

Adult/Teen | Essex Studio 2511 Essex Place, Studio #188

Open Studio Screenprinting at DIY Printing Studio

Aaron Kent Mondays or Wednesdays June 5 to August 23 6:30 - 9:00 pm Season Membership Fee: $100 This class is an open studio for both basic and experienced screenprinters. We supply the studio, you supply the creativity. Open studio is a monitored studio to help along your project and sharpen your screenprinting techniques. Materials not provided. Membership fee allows you access to the studio every Monday or Wednesday in the specified date range!  Need the basics? See Screenprinting Techniques at the Art Academy (p 4)

AAC @ DIY Printing

Studio #188, 2511 Essex Place Located at Essex Studio #188, DIY Printing Studios is an independent screenprinting group who host workshops, studio time, and shows. Together with their great crew, the AAC can offer an Open Studio for Screen Printers looking to advance their skills, pursue a personal project, or who just want more time in the studio!

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Contact Admissions (513) 562-8740 | admissions@artacademy.edu

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The Art Academy of Cincinnati is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design; the Art Academy is a charter member of NASAD. The Art Academy is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a charter member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, and the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities.

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 preparing visual artists and designers for their professional careers. Our four-year BFA college program is unique; we are a small, intimate college of working visual and literary artists. Our majors (Painting and Drawing, Print Media, Sculpture, Photography, Design, and Illustration) challenge students to be 21st Century creative thinkers and global innovators. Classes in Film&Video and Animation are now being offered! We invite you to apply! College Credit Plus Program Opportunities may exist under the College Credit Plus program for high school students to earn transcripted college credit for courses they take at the Art Academy of Cincinnati while still a high school student. Contact 513-562-6262 for more details. 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 IN 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 pre-approval established by your LPDC. IN 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 building-level professional staff. Individual districts are responsible for determining if a professional development opportunity is acceptable for credit.


Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education

GENERAL INFORMATION/POLICIES WAYS TO REGISTER Online | www.artacademy.edu Phone | 513-562-8748 Mail | 1212 Jackson Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 Fax | 513-562-8778

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 officer on duty your name and class location. DIRECTIONS TO CLASS LOCATIONS/ PARKING Community Education classes meet at different locations. Visit www.artacademy. edu/com-ed/class-locations.php AAC is located downtown at 1212 Jackson Street. Parking is available at meters on the street or in the Walnut St. Lot.

The Barn, Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center is located at 6980 Cambridge Ave in Mariemont. Free parking is available.

Clifton Cultural Arts Center is located at 3711 Clifton Ave. Free parking is available.

The Essex Studio is located at 2515 Essex Place, Studio #124, and DIY Printing Studio #188. Free parking is available. PARKING PASSES Parking passes for Jackson St may be purchased at time of registration for $3 per class day. Purchased passes may be picked up at the front desk on the first day of the course, before proceeding to park in Walnut St Lot.

AAC POLICIES •O  nly registered students may attend classes. •C  lass offerings, dates, fees, facilities, and instructors are subject to change without notice. • Registration in Community Education classes entitles students to work in the studio/lab during class hours only. No Exceptions. •S  afety 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. •T  he Art Academy of Cincinnati is committed to policies of equal opportunity and non-discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or veteran’s status, as protected by law, in all educational programs and activities, admission of students, advertising, and conditions of employment. This is consistent with relevant governmental statues and regulations, including Title IX of the Education Amendment Act of 1972. Questions regarding these provisions should be directed to Mack Maynard, Title IX Coordinator and Director of Student Services, at mack.maynard@ artacademy.edu •T  he 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 a complete list of Art Academy of Cincinnati’s policies.

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Contact Community Ed (513) 562-8748 | commed@artacademy.edu 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. Students may register online via credit card or by mailing the completed registration form with a check or money order (payable to Art Academy of Cincinnati) to: Community Education Art Academy of Cincinnati 1212 Jackson Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 DISCOUNTS Discounts must be taken at the time the paper or online registration is completed. No exceptions. WITHDRAWALS AND REFUND POLICY Written notice of a withdrawal must be received at least one week prior to the first class. A $20 registration fee will be charged against all withdrawals. Refunds will be received by mail, returned to the credit card with which payment was made, or posted to your Art Academy account. 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. INCLEMENT WEATHER PROCEDURE In the case of inclement weather, students should check the AAC website and/or WCPO (channel 9) for any delays or cancellations. When possible, AAC will allow an additional day at the end of any course to accommodate the missed day.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Director of Community Education Jennifer Spurlock Community Ed Manager Lydia Collins Community Ed Program Coordinator Melissa Rounds 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. ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN ARTISTIC EXPRESSION The AAC is an active college of art and design. Artworks are important both in their own right and because they can enhance our understanding of social institutions and the human condition. Artistic expression in the classroom, studio, and workshop therefore merits the same academic freedom that is accorded to other scholarly activities. Academic institutions are obliged to ensure that regulations and procedures do not impair freedom of expression or discourage creativity by subjecting artistic works to tests of propriety or ideology.

Facility Rentals Planning an event? Fundraiser, lecture, classes, or an intimate performance? The Art Academy has numerous versatile rental spaces for a wide range of events. Contact Us facilityrentals@artacademy.edu


Art Academy of Cincinnati College of Art and Design Exhibitions at 1212 Jackson Street

2018 Regional Scholastic Art Awards Presented by Art Academy of Cincinnati Accepting submissions | Sept. - Dec. 2017 Exhibition and Awards | January 2018 For more than 90 years, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the exceptional vision of our nation’s youth in the visual and literary arts and has grown to become the nation’s highest honor and largest source of scholarships for creative teens! Last year over 1,000 works were awarded and exhibited, from nearly 650 regional students. Could next years’ winner be you? Prepare your work with the Art Academy of Cincinnati!

For more information visit:

www.artacademy.edu/scholasticartawards Image: 2016 Regional Scholastics Art Award Recipient

Events Schedule Summer 2017

Gallery hours may vary. Please call (513) 562-6262 for hours. Visit http://www.artacademy.edu/ for upcoming events and exhibitions. SOS ART 2017 | June 2 - 11

June 2 - 11 SOS ART 2017, a group art show and event of sociopolitical expressions for peace and justice, in its 15th consecutive year, will take place at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, June 2-11, 2017. Greater Cincinnati Artists of all expressions (visual, verbal, musical, cinematographic, etc) are invited to participate. Deadline for receipt of application is May 15, 2017. All submissions will be considered and all works will be included provided they adhere to the theme of the show, are inclusive, and space permits. For additional information, please contact sosartcincinnati@gmail.com or mail to SOS ART, 216 Erkenbrecher, Cincinnati OH 45229 or visit sosartcincinnati.wordpress.com

Cincinnati Fringe Festival @AAC | May 30 - June 11

May 30 - June 11 Join the AAC and other OTR locations to take part in Cincinnati Fringe Festival’s 13th year of pushing the boundaries of art, theatre, and culture. The AAC proudly partners with the Know Theatre to be one of the many great locations of the hundreds of shows, performances, and art-experiences during the 12 day event. For full information, go to www.cincyfringe.com

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