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LEVELS OF INSTRUCTION / NIVEAUX D’INSTRUCTION HOW TO REGISTER / COMMENT S’INSCRIRE
ADULT COURSES / COURS POUR ADULTES 08 DRAWING / DESSIN 12 PAINTING / PEINTURE 19 PRINTMAKING / GRAVURE 22 SCULPTURE AND CERAMICS / SCULPTURE ET CÉRAMIQUE 26 SPECIAL INTEREST / SUJETS DIVERS 27 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY / PHOTOGRAPHIE NUMÉRIQUE 30 SHORT COURSES & WORKSHOPS / ATELIERS ET COURS DE COURTE DURÉE 31 OPEN WORKSHOPS / ATELIERS LIBRES CHILDREN & TEEN COURSES / COURS POUR ENFANTS ET ADOS 36 ABOUT / À PROPOS DES COURS POUR ENFANTS ET ADOS 37 COURSES FOR CHILDREN / COURS POUR ENFANTS 39 CLASSES FOR OLDER CHILDREN AND TEENS / COURS POUR LES ENFANTS PLUS ÂGÉS ET LES ADOLESCENTS ONLINE COURSES / COURS EN LIGNE 48 ONLINE COURSES FOR ADULTS / COURS EN LIGNE POUR ADULTES 52 ONLINE COURSES FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS / COURS EN LIGNE POUR ENFANTSET ADOLESCENTS
Levels of Instruction
The Ottawa School of Art offers three levels of instruction to help students select courses relative to their skill and experience. Each level includes courses covering a variety of media. A minimum number of registrations are required to avoid cancellation of a course. Please register 5 days before the start date.
L’École d’art d’Ottawa offre quatre niveaux d’instruction qui permettent aux étudiants de choisir des cours en fonction de leurs aptitudes et de leur expérience. Plusieurs techniques et moyens d’expression sont explorés à chaque niveau. Un minimum d’inscriptions est requis sans quoi le cours sera annulé. Veuillez vous inscrire au moins cinq jours avant la date de début du cours.
INTRODUCTORY Students who are at the introductory level have little to no knowledge of the basic techniques in a specific medium and have identified their directional focus. Courses designated as Introductory/Intermediate allow students to move to the slightly more difficult level when they are ready. INTERMEDIATE Intermediate level students have begun to understand their medium and apply themselves to their chosen medium with some skill and directional focus. ADVANCED Advanced students work independently and receive one-to-one instructor support and ongoing critiques of their work. Students concentrate on individual style and content while developing a stronger directional focus and technical skills.
COURS D’INTRODUCTION Les étudiants des cours d’introduction maîtrisent certaines compétences de base d’un moyen d’expression en particulier et ont choisi leur orientation. Les cours des niveaux introduction et intermédiaire permettent aux étudiants de progresser à leur rythme et de passer à un niveau supérieur au moment propice. NIVEAU INTERMÉDIAIRE Au niveau intermédiaire, les étudiants commencent à bien saisir leur technique et s’y consacrent avec un certain talent. NIVEAU SUPÉRIEUR Les étudiants du niveau supérieur travaillent de façon indépendante et profitent d’un enseignement personnalisé. Leurs œuvres sont soumises à des critiques progressives. Ils travaillent à développer leur style et leur matière personnels, tout en poursuivant leur orientation et en maîtrisant des compétences techniques supérieures.
How to Register Register online: www.artottawa.ca, by phone at (613) 241-7471 or in person. MATERIALS Materials for all adult classes are to be provided by the student, unless otherwise stated. Course material lists and necessary information will be emailed prior to the first class and/or made available at reception. Materials for children’s classes are included, unless otherwise stated. AGE REQUIREMENTS Adult classes are intended for students aged 18+. Students under the age of 18 must receive permission from the parent and course instructor before enrolling. PARKING There is on-street parking around the school and municipal parking lots located around the Byward Market. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEE: Please note that as a not-for-profit organization, the Ottawa School of Art charges an annual family membership fee of $30 (plus tax). The membership entitles you to take classes at the school, take part in members’ exhibitions, sell artwork through the school store, rent studio space and facilities. Membership fees are not refundable. REFUNDS, WITHDRAWALS & TRANSFERS Payment in full must be made at the time of registration.
POLICY If for any reason, you wish to withdraw from a course for which you have registered, you must contact the Ottawa
School of Art as soon as possible, with the following in mind: • Prior to the start of classes (up to the starting date of the class) the student receives a refund of the course fees, less a $25 (+ HST) administrative charge. • Prior to the start of the second class, the student receives a refund of one half of the course fee, less a $25 (+ HST) administrative charge. • No refunds or credits will be provided once the second class has been delivered, whether attended or not; if a student has suffered an illness a credit toward future courses may, however, be negotiated at the discretion of the school when provided with a doctor’s note, less a $25 (+ HST) administrative charge, as well as a charge for each session from the starting date of the class to the student’s withdrawal date. If for any reason you wish to transfer from a course for which you have registered to another course, and your request can be accommodated; a $25 (+ HST) fee will be charged for transfers made prior to the start of the classes; and a $25 (+ HST) fee will be charged for transfers made once the first class has taken place. If for any reason the Ottawa School of Art cancels a course, every attempt will be made to identify an alternative course that will be suitable to the student. If this is not possible, the course fee will be fully refunded, with no administrative charges applied. If, over the duration of a course, a class is cancelled, every attempt will be made to arrange a ‘make up’ class. If this is not possible, the class portion of the course fee will be fully refunded, with no administration fee applied.
Comment S’inscrire Inscrivez-vous en ligne au www.artottawa.ca, par téléphone au 613-241-7471 ou en personne. FRAIS D’ADHÉSION ANNUEL À titre d’organisme à but non lucratif, l’École d’art d’Ottawa exige une cotisation annuelle de 30 $ (taxes en sus). L’adhésion vous donne le droit de suivre les cours de l’école, de participer aux expositions des membres, de vendre vos oeuvres dans la boutique de l’école, de louer des studios et des installations. Les frais d’adhésion ne sont pas remboursables. POLITIQUE D’INSCRIPTION Le paiement doit être fait en totalité au moment de l’inscription. L’École d’art d’Ottawa accepte les paiements en argent comptant, chèque, VISA ou MasterCard et Interac. Les inscriptions peuvent se faire en personne, par téléphone ou en ligne à l’adresse www.artottawa.ca (VISA ou MasterCard seulement). VEUILLEZ NOTER : Il y aura un frais de 25 $ pour les chèques sans provision. Nous vous encourageons à vous inscrire tôt – au moins deux semaines avant le début des cours. Votre place ne sera pas réservée sans un paiement complet. L’École d’art d’Ottawa se réserve le droit d’annuler un cours si le nombre d’inscriptions est insuffisant ou en cas d’imprévus. POLITIQUE DE RETRAIT, REMBOURSEMENT, TRANSFERT ET ANNULATION Si pour une raison quelconque vous désirez vous retirer d’un cours dans lequel vous vous êtes inscrit, vous devez contacter l’École d’art d’Ottawa aussitôt que possible. Veuillez vous rappeler que : • Avant le début du cours (excluant la date à laquelle débute le cours), l’étudiant recevra un remboursement des frais de cours, moins 25 $ (+TVH) de frais administratifs.
• Avant le début de la deuxième séance, l’étudiant recevra un remboursement de la moitié de ses frais de cours, moins 25 $ (+TVH) de frais administratifs. • Aucun remboursement ou crédit ne sera offert une fois que la deuxième séance sera assée, peu importe si l’étudiant était présent au cours ou non. Par contre, si un étudiant a souffert d’une maladie, un crédit pour prendre des cours dans le futur pourra être négocié à la discrétion de l’école si l’étudiant a une note du médecin, moins 25 $ (+TVH) de frais administratifs, ainsi qu’un frais pour chaque séance à partir de la date de début de cours et allant jusqu’à la date de retrait de l’étudiant. Si pour une raison quelconque vous souhaitez être transféré d’un cours pour lequel vous êtes inscrit à un autre cours, et que votre demande peut être satisfaite; des frais de 25 $ (+ TVH) seront facturés pour les transferts effectués avant le début des classes, et des frais de 25 $ (+ TVH) seront facturés pour les transferts effectués après le début de la première séance. Si pour une raison ou une autre, l’École d’art d’Ottawa doit annuler un cours, nous tenterons de trouver un cours similaire pour l’étudiant. Si ceci n’est pas possible, les frais de cours seront remboursés, sans aucun frais administratif. Si au courant d’un cours une séance doit être annulée, nous essayerons de trouver une date qui convient aux étudiants pour rattraper cette séance. Si ceci n’est pas possible, la séance en question sera remboursée en entier, sans aucun frais administratif.
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Cours Pour Adultes
DRAWING | DESSIN F21D001A | DRAWING 101: THE BASICS | INTRO You have always wanted to draw but never gathered up the courage to take a course. Here’s your chance to learn the fundaments of drawing while trying your hand at classical art materials. This ten-week class will start you off with very basic shapes and materials, working your way to a more detailed still-life. We will touch base on drawing portraits and finish off with landscapes. You are sure to have fun while learning new drawing skills and techniques. Instructor: Patricia Laalo Fee: $270 Thursday, 18 h – 21 h September 16 - November 18 10 sessions | 30 hours F21D001B | THE ABC’S OF DRAWING FOR THE BEGINNER | INTRO Students will create indoor and outdoor (weather permitting) projects using a variety of materials while sharpening their observation skills. Each class will be set up with either a model or still life and students will build and expand on existing painting and drawings skills. Students will be introduced to dry mediums like charcoal, conté, pastels and wet mediums, such as acrylics, inks and watercolours. Students’ works will evolve, while getting inspired by the art and philosophy of modern artists such as Peter Doig, Paul Klee, Piet Mondrian, Henri Matisse, Picasso and many others.
Instructor: Tami Galili Fee: $320 Friday, 9 h 30 – 12 h 30 September 17 – December 03 12 sessions | 36 hours 2 models
Content Page F21D002A | DRAWING WITH PASTELS | INTRO You want to draw and also love colour! This class can bring you the best of both worlds. Drawing with Pastels is an introductory/ intermediate class for those who have never drawn before or for those who have some experience and are curious about chalk pastels. You will learn about light, shade, composition, and above all…. Colour. Have fun while learning new techniques and skills for drawing with chalk pastels. Instructor: Patricia Laalo Fee: $270 Sunday, 13 h – 16 h September 12 – November 21 10 sessions | 30 hours No class October 10 F21D002B | DRAWING AND PAINTING ONE STEP AT A TIME | INTRO The ‘Drawing and Painting: One Step at a Time’ course will provide you with practical exercises to learn to draw and paint in a gradual way. Techniques and subjects will also evolve throughout the classes, from easy shapes and lines, to more complex 3D objects and environments in color. The purpose of the course is to help you gain confidence in your abilities and creativity. Instructor: Alena Liapko Fee: $300 Wednesday, 18 h – 21 h September 15 – December 01 12 sessions | 36 hours F21D003A | DRAWING THE HEAD AND FIGURE | INTRO-INTER This course is designed for those who love both the portrait and the figure. The first half is dedicated to the construct of the head and facial features through charcoal studies which will be followed by studying the figure during the second half of the course. Participants will practice the basics of gesture, proportion, and morphology. Finally finishing with big form and small form modeling. Instructor: Mahshid Farhoudi Fee: $420 Thursday, 13 h – 16 h September 16 – December 02 12 sessions | 36 hours 10 models
Content Page F21D003B | PORTRAIT AND FIGURE DRAWING FROM SKETCH TO DETAIL | INTER-ADV In this course, students will familiarize themselves with the 3D structure of the human figure starting with skeleton and portrait studies followed by two sessions of short-term sketches, with a focus on movement and proportions. A live model will be present during the final five sessions, when students will have an opportunity to concentrate on working with details. Academic drawing and sketching are fundamental for the development of a successful drawing technique and an excellent way of gaining hand control over the line and honing fine motor skills. Instructor: Alena Liapko Fee: $350 Tuesday, 18 h – 21 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours 5 models F21D004A | FIGURE DRAWING AND THE TIMELESS ANATOMICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE GREAT MASTERS | INTRO-ADV Suitable for all levels of artistic skills, this course analyzes the human form by drawing from medieval techniques of crosshatching found in works of such masters as DaVinci, Durer, Holbein, Raphael, and Rembrandt. Embracing the challenge of working from the live nude model via a series of exercises and demonstrations, the course focuses on the rib cage, pelvis and thigh, knee and lower leg, foot, shoulder girdle, arm, hand, neck and head. Using the traditional tools of charcoal, nib and ink, students will acquire the practical knowledge of the old masters in seeing light and form to shape and inform a personal, artistic approach to the human body. Instructor: Adrian Gor Fee: $400 Wednesday, 18 h – 21 h September 15 – December 01 12 sessions | 36 hours 6 models
Content Page F21D004B | ANATOMY DRAWING | INTRO Understanding what’s underneath the surface makes for a better drawing and studying the skeleton is the quintessential opportunity in which to improve your drawing skills. This course teaches student classical drawing methods starting with comparative measurement, a skill for accurately drawing scale and proportion and can be applied to any subject. Classes include demonstrations, examples and individual assistance from the instructor. Instructor: Jayne Couch Fee: $300 Thursday, 18 h 30 – 21 h 30 September 16 – December 02 12 sessions | 36 hours F21D004C | LEARNING AND UNDERSTANDING PERSPECTIVE DRAWING - THE ALBERTI PROJECT - INTRO APPRENDRE ET COMPRENDRE LE DESSIN DE PERSPECTIVE - LE PROJET ALBERTI - INTER A top online and in-person perspective drawing class aiming to provide anyone with a solid notion of rendering depth, so they can become more confident artists. Instructor / enseignant: Yves Larocque Fee / frais: $245 Monday / lundi, 18 h 30 – 21 h 30 September 13 septembre – November 8 novembre 8 sessions/séances / 24 hours /heures 8 models/modéles No class October 11
PAINTING | PEINTURE F21D010A | BOTANICAL ART: HARVEST SEASON | INTRO-INTER During this course, adjusted to the beautiful and picturesque Fall season, students are invited to explore practical and emotional benefits of depicting inanimate natural objects – such as plants, fruits (either local and totally exotic ones), leaves, acorns, conkers and trees around Ottawa. The main objective of this course is arranged as a kit of simple, clear instructions – everyone will take their own advantages to gain a few of technical tips and advice in order to reveal their inner creativity. Instructor: Yulia Lisitsyna Fee: $300 Friday, 9 h – 12 h September 17 – December 03 12 sessions | 36 hours
Content Page F21D010B | ACRYLICS AND MIXED MEDIA ART: CONTEMPORARY EDITION | INTRO-INTER During this course students are invited to try multiplied techniques in water-based media, such as acrylics, watercolour and gouache, liquid graphite, oil pastels and more. We will start exploring combinations of transparency of watercolour with very careful, detailed dry-brush styles and solid strokes of acrylics, building up the desirable depth and volume with layers of colours. The course is designed for all levels, from absolute beginners to advanced, to present the basics, as well as a set of some more of unusual Mixed Media techniques that are just plain fun. How to make your colour mixes look exceptional, how to emphasize the contrast; the different ways to create an eye-striking compositions – that will be our ultimate goal. Instructor: Yulia Lisitsyna Fee: $300 Monday, 18 h – 21 h September 13 – December 06 12 Ssessions | 36 Hours F21D010C | BASIC ABSTRACT PAINTING | INTRO This course is designed for the absolute beginner painter who is inquisitive about colours and abstraction. We will examine colours in relation to one another and will experiment in painting Non-figurative Art. We will paint in acrylics using non-traditional tools such as spatulas, sponges, rollers and card board. We will have fun exploring different forms of abstraction: Geometrical Abstract Art (structure & colour) and Abstract Expressionism (oversize art with/without using composition); all of this while we get inspired by the theory and art of artists such as Piet Mondrian, Kandinsky, Mark Rothko, Frank Stella, Helen Frankenthaler and many more. Instructor: Tami Galili Fee: $320 Thursday, 9 h 30 – 12 h 30 September 16 – December 2 12 sessions | 36 hours
Content Page F21D011A | EXPLORING ACRYLICS AND OILS | INTRO-INTER This course focuses on the essential skills involved in painting with oils and acrylics. With the instructor’s guidance, students will work on projects of their own choice, learning painting techniques and gaining practical information. Formal issues concerning technique, colour and composition will be discussed in an enthusiastic and lively atmosphere. Instructor: Andrew Fay Fee: $310 Tuesday, 9 h – 12 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours 1 model F21D011B | EXPLORING ACRYLICS AND OILS | INTRO-INTER This Wednesday evening course focuses on the essential skills involved in painting with oils and acrylics. With the instructor’s guidance, students will work on projects of their own choice, learning painting techniques and gaining practical information. Formal issues concerning technique, colour and composition will be discussed in an enthusiastic and lively atmosphere. Instructor: Andrew Fay Fee: $310 Wednesday, 18 h – 21 h September 15 – December 01 12 sessions | 36 hours 1 model
Content Page F21D011C | THE ANCIENT TECHNIQUE OF ICON PAINTING | INTRO-ADV In this course, students of all levels of artistic skills will create egg-tempera paintings by exploring forgotten medieval techniques of making Byzantine icons. We will learn how to apply gold leaf on handcrafted wood-panels and mix pigments with home-made emulsion and gesso. We will also learn how and why these ancient artistic methods influenced contemporary art and visual culture. For this reason, Byzantine art theory of color, drawing, and composition will be used to discover a new artistic medium and mode seeing images for creative self-expression. This will be done first via a series of exercises to understand the steps of painting exemplary Byzantine icons. In following this historical art form, students will paint next a “personal icon” on a wood-panel based on images and visual composition of their chose. Instructor: Adrian Gor Fee: $300 Tuesday, 18 h – 21 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours F21D012A | PAINTING THE FALL LANDSCAPE | INTRO-INTER Create and learn to use the Fall Landscape to make expressive paintings. Contemporary plein air painting methods will be explored in the medium of your choice. Students will meet weekly at inspiring outdoor painting locations. Studio work will follow when it becomes too cold outside. Instructor: Rob Hinchley Fee: $300 Monday, 13 h – 16 h September 13 – December 6 No class Oct 11
Content Page F21D013A | PORTRAIT DRAWING TO PAINTING | INTRO-INTER Working from live models, we will explore basic proportions of the head, The construct, shadow forms, small and large form modeling in charcoal for the first half of the term. The second part we will start with a basic limited palette for flesh tone, tones, tints, shades, and colour temperature will be practiced. Individual and hands on instruction based on each student is offered. Instructor: Mahshid Farhoudi Fee: $420 Wednesday, 9 h 15 – 12 h 15 September 15 – December 01 12 sessions | 36 hours 10 models F21D013B | FIGURE DRAWING TO PAINTING | INTRO-INTER This course is designed as a transition from figure drawing to painting. It aims at the improvement of figure drawing skills and sketching with colour and paint. In each class students will paint pictures through observation of a sustained pose. The combination of drawing with charcoal and pastel develops into painting by adding acrylic or oil paint with brush and sponge. Instructor: Mahshid Farhoudi Fee: $420 Wednesday, 13 h – 16 h September 15 – December 01 12 sessions | 36 hours 10 models
Content Page F21D017A | WAY OF THE BRUSH: JAPANES2 PAINTING (SUMI-E) | INTRO-INTER Experience seasonal painting subjects such as the Pine, the Chrysanthemum and more! Subject matter and content change as semester progresses and is tailored for returning students. Beginners will learn the important fundamentals to produce simple, classic ink works in calligraphy and beginner-level subject painting. Intermediate to advanced students will be given new ways to explore painting further. Each student can expect one-on-one assistance to advance along their painting journey. It is important to get the correct supplies before coming to class, so please ask for the supply list at registration. Instructor: Heather MacDonald Fee: $220 Tuesday, 18 h – 20 h September 14 – November 16 10 sessions | 20 hours F21D017B | WAY OF THE BRUSH: JAPANESE PAINTING (SUMI-E) | INTRO-INTER Experience seasonal painting subjects such as the Pine, the Chrysanthemum and more! Subject matter and content change as semester progresses and is tailored for returning students. Beginners will learn the important fundamentals to produce simple, classic ink works in calligraphy and beginner-level subject painting. Intermediate to advanced students will be given new ways to explore painting further. Each student can expect one-on-one assistance to advance along their painting journey. It is important to get the correct supplies before coming to class, so please ask for the supply list at registration. Instructor: Heather MacDonald Fee: $220 Thursday, 18 h – 20 h September 16 – November 18 10 sessions | 20 hours
Content Page F21D018A | WATERCOLOUR, INK, GOUACHE: FINE ART AND ILLUSTRATION | INTRO-INTER This course is focused specifically on DIY-advice and practical exercises aimed to help attendees get rid of so-called “prejudice about difficulties with watercolour”. Through series of simple, clear, step-by-step guidance they will become aware of their artistic skills, get to know how to use washes, mixes, how to avoid rundowns and will be able to create multi-layered, intricate compositions. Series of sessions are designed to help students to find and develop your own style, to experiment with water-based media such as ink, gouache, watercolor crayons, chalk pastels and different resists. You will be encouraged to find subjects that interest you – and instructions will be given to help you reach your highest creative potential and feel satisfied with your accomplishments. Instructor: Yulia Lisitsyna Fee: $300 Tuesday, 18 h – 21 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours
PRINTMAKING | GRAVURE F21D040 | EXPLORING PRINTMAKING I | INTRO-INTER In this course students will explore printmaking techniques with drypoints, monoprints, chine colle and etching methods. Emphasis will be on the unique and expressive qualities found in printmaking. Students will enjoy the atmosphere of the class and working in the OSA printmaking studio. Instructor: Robert Hinchley Fee: $340 Wednesday, 18 h 30 – 21 h 30 September 15 – December 01 12 sessions | 36 hours F21D041 | NEW PRINTMAKING | INTRO-INTER In this class we will learn main printmaking techniques, such as: linocuts, woodcuts, etching, and mixed media techniques. The main focus of the class will be the proper use of tools, the press and how we can incorporate the qualities of printmaking in our own work. Class projects are open and each student will receive personal attention from the teacher. Instructor: Guillermo Trejo Fee: $340 Monday, 18 h 30 – 21 h 30 September 13 – December 06 12 sessions | 36 hours No class October 11
Content Page F21D042 | SILKSCREEN ADVENTURES | INTRO-INTER This course will introduce students to different aspects of silkscreen in art making. It is modified for beginners and intermediate levels. Students will explore possibilities and challenges in applying silkscreen techniques in art production. Print on your own t-shirts, canvas bags, paper and more! Students will become familiar with: - Screen Drawing Ink techniques - Screen Filler and clear - Photo Emulsion and cleaner - Using positive Images on Acetate - Photo-Silkscreen Instructor: Farouk Kaspaules Fee: $340 Thursday, 18 h 30 – 21 h 30 September 16 – December 02 12 sessions | 36 hours F21D043 | PRINTMAKING: LESS TOXIC INKS AND PROCESSES | INTRO-INTER The beauty of line, the wonder of pattern, the dynamics of colour, the subtly of form. Artists gravitate to different printmaking processes because they express different elements of art. This print class introduces students to a variety of printmaking techniques including relief (linocut), intaglio (drypoint and collograph) and planographic (polyester plate lithography), enabling them to explore their own imagery through the versatility of print. We will use soya-based inks (with the exception of polyester plate lithography), which clean up with soap and water. Instructor: Deidre Hierlihy Fee: $340 Tuesday, 13 h – 16 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours
F21D044 | LITHOGRAPHY: STONE AND POLYESTER PLATES | INTRO-INTER Lithography is a planographic printmaking technique that does not depend on the relief of the printmaking block. Lithography captures the fresh, dynamic drawn mark. Stone lithography enables printmakers to print lines and tones drawn with a pencil, a drawing stick and brushes; polyester plate lithography uses permanent marker to create the drawn image. With some computer savvy, artists can use their photographs to create and print images with polyester plates. Instructor: Deidre Hierlihy Fee: $340 Tuesday, 18 h – 21 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours
SCULPTURE AND CERAMICS | SCULPTURE ET CÉRAMIQUES F21D060 | SCULPTURE 101: INTRO TO BASIC PRINCIPLES | INTRO Sculpture is the ultimate study of the three-dimensional world. This class will introduce students to the basic principles, techniques and language of space and form that is used in the sculpture industry. Through a series of projects, students will learn to create unique pieces using a mix of classical and contemporary materials. Together, we will go over additive and subtractive forms of sculpture and will conclude the course with a life model sculpture. The projects and required materials will be discussed in detail during the first class. Instructor: Harrison Duncan Fee: $340 Wednesday, 18 h – 21 h September 15 – December 01 12 sessions | 36 hours F21D061 | SCULPTURE: MOLD-MAKING AND CASTING | INTRO-INTER During this course, students will learn some of the basics of mold making, casting copies and what to consider when sculpting pieces for mold making. Together we will work through the planning stages of creating a sculpture and the process of making a mold and how to casting to achieve the best results. Instructor: Harrison Duncan Fee: $340 Thursday, 18 h – 21 h September 16 – December 02 12 sessions | 36 hours
Content Page F21D065A | CERAMICS FOR BEGINNERS | INTRO Students will be introduced and reacquainted to this wonderful, versatile medium using hand-built and wheel thrown elements, as well as glaze application and decorating techniques. Individual development will be encouraged and emphasized in a creative environment. Instructor: Meagan Pethick Fee: $360 Monday, 18 h – 21 h September 13 – Dec 06 12 sessions | 36 hours No class October 11 F21D065B | CERAMICS | INTRO-INTER This Monday morning class is designed for students who have had some previous ceramic experience and have an interest in working with clay. The course gives students experiences in making functional, as well as sculptural pieces, using a variety of techniques. Well thought out forms, designs and function. Instructor: Meagan Pethick Fee: $360 Monday, 9 h 30 – 12 h 30 September 13 – December 06 12 sessions | 36 hours No class October 11
Content Page F21D065C | CERAMICS | INTRO-INTER This class is designed for students who have had some previous ceramic experience and have an interest in working with clay. The course gives students experiences in making functional, as well as sculptural pieces, using a variety of techniques. Well thought out forms, designs and function. Instructor: Meagan Pethick Fee: $360 Thursday, 18 h – 21 h September 16 – December 02 12 sessions | 36 hours F21D065D | INTRO TO CERAMICS SCULPTURE | ITNRO-INTER In this course we will develop a broad range of approaches to clay sculpture. We will explore using both traditional and non-traditional techniques. Learn the basics in hand-building, slab work, coil and modeling. A wide variety of exercises and projects will be introduced to explore elements of composition and an understanding of line, texture and balance. Students will have the opportunity to work on independent projects. This will be a fun and dynamic course that will provide a forum for discussion and exploration of clay sculpture, and its possibilities. Instructor: Nadine Argo Fee: $360 Tuesday, 18 h – 21 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours
Content Page F21D065E | ADVANCED CLAY SCULPTURE | ADV In this course we will develop a broad range of approaches to clay sculpture. We will explore using both traditional and non-traditional techniques. This is an independent project-based course; students will work on their projects and reserve one-on-one assistance. This will be a fun and dynamic course that will provide a forum for discussion and exploration of clay sculpture, and its possibilities. * Independent project students welcome. *No wheel work taught. Instructor: Nadine Argo Fee: $360 Tuesday, 13 h – 16 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours
SPECIAL INTEREST | SUJETS DIVERS F21D070 | INTRODUCTION TO ART THERAPY | INTRO The Introduction to Art therapy is beneficial for any artist who wants a better understanding of their own artistic abilities and for anyone in the helping professions. This intensive 8-week course will begin help you with a better understanding of how you work and why. The classes will include some theory, art assessments, group work, ethics, patient art, collage, guided imagery, “life boxes”, and a relaxation technique. A certificate is given upon completion. Instructor: Sharon Mintz Fee: $260 Tuesday, 13 h – 16 h September 14 – November 02 8 sessions | 24 hours
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY | PHOTOGRAPHIE NUMÉRIQUE F21D091A | STREET AND TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY | INTRO In 1967, Gary Winograd, Lee Friedlander and Diane Arbus exhibited their work in the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition “New Documents”. Curated by John Szarkowski, this exhibition of 94 black and white photographs changed the course of how we viewed documentary photography. Their work crossed boundaries between photojournalism and fine art as their personal style differentiated their imagery. Their vision motivated a generation of photographers to transform the reality of everyday urban life. This course will balance viewing the work of seasoned Canadian photographers as well as an open critique of student’s work. Workshop exercises will concentrate on improving one’s seeing and the recognition of potential of any given subject. One will be introduced to the simplicity of using one lens, where pre-visualization of one’s subject and their surroundings becomes a faster response. A wide range of issues of photographing people in an uncontrolled environment will be discussed, including ethics and the law. Beyond photographing people on the street, photographing urban landscapes both in the day and night will be included in the class. Workshop highlight is travelling to Montreal for a full day of street work. Instructor: David Barbour Fee: $300 Sunday, 13 h – 16 h September 12 – December 05 12 sessions | 36 hours No class October 10
Content Page F21D091B | INTRO TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY | INTRO The course is structured to introduce the fundamentals of digital photography by helping you to understand your camera as well as introduce the range of choices that one can make to improve their photographs. Beyond basic camera controls, students will complete a range of exercises that will improve their recognition of compositional elements that improve their photographs. Topics covered include simplifying your menu choices, manual exposure controls, how to use your flash properly as well as how to improve your digital photographs in post-production. Weekly exercises, demonstrations and open critiques will improve your seeing and intuition in how to produce dynamic, engaging photographs. Instructor: David Barbour Fee: $300 Thursday, 18 h - 21 h September 16 - December 02 12 sessions | 36 hours F21D091C | EXPLORE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I | INTRO In this course, you will learn how to create great images by understanding the fundamental elements of photography. By becoming more familiar with the various settings that your camera offers, you will achieve successful photos for various situations and subjects. Understanding your DSLR camera will help you will see the excitement of a new world. This is a hands-on course, so bring your digital camera, manual, tripod. Dress for the weather as the instructor has been known for taking his classes out in various conditions. Instructor: Ramin Izadpanah Fee: $300 Wednesday, 18 h – 21 h September 15 – December 01 12 sessions | 36 hours
Content Page F21D091D | EXPLORE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II | INTRO-INTER This course is designed for those of you who are comfortable with the functions of your camera. We will focus on aspects that have an impact on your images both inside and outside of the camera. We will explore ways of ‘seeing’ the image before you even touch your shutter. By understanding how the camera can ‘see’ the world, your imagery will shine. This is a hands-on course, so bring your digital camera, manual, tripod. Dress for the weather as the instructor has been known for taking his classes out in various conditions. Instructor: Ramin Izadpanah Fee: $300 Saturday, 9 h – 12h September 11 – December 04 12 sessions | 36 hours No class October 10
FILM PHOTOGRAPHY | FILM PHOTOGRAPHIE F21D050 | INTRO TO BLACK AND WHITE FILM PHOTOGRAPHY | INTRO In this exciting and creative course, each student will learn important skills through a ‘hands-on’ approach: - functions of a 35 mm film camera - black and white film processing techniques - darkroom printing By the end of this course, students will be familiar with standard black and white photo development and will have acquired fundamental knowledge and essential photography skills. Instructor: Alessandro Seccareccia Fee: $325 Tuesday, 18 h – 21 h September 14 – November 16 10 sessions | 30 hours
SHORT COURSES AND WORKSHOPS | ATELIERS ET COURS DE COURTE DURÉE F21DWS01 | LETTERPRESS WORKSHOP | INTRO-ADV This creative six hour workshop is an introduction to letterpress printing on a Vandercook press. You will learn basic typesetting and how to operate the press. In this class you can make your personalized, original Christmas cards, thank you cards, events cards or even your business cards! Most tools and inks will be provided, but you will need to bring your paper and ideas ~ don’t be conservative, bring your favourite colours! This workshop is perfect for graphic design students, craft people and anyone who is interested in creating unique prints! No experience is required. The print studio at the Ottawa School of Art is the only public space where you can experience working with a Vandercook press! Instructor: Guillermo Trejo Fee: $175 Saturday, 9 h – 16 h December 4 1 session | 6 hours F21DWS02 | A CHAT ABOUT COLOUR: THEORY, HISTORY AND STUDIO | INTRO Having a PhD is not required for making art however paint and colour do have a fascinating legacy. During this workshop we’ll discuss the origins of pigments including the deplorable past of some. And how entrenched colour was to commerce in history. Understanding what is in the tube, from pigment to binder, it’s chemistry alone with the tube itself which has a fascinating history of its own. Wrapping up with a discussion into hue, chroma and tone. Instructor: Jayne Couch Fee: $130 Sunday, 13 h – 16 h October 17
OPEN WORKSHOP | ATLEIERS LIBRES F21DOW1A | LIFEDRAWING OPEN WORKSHOP | INDEPENDENT This Tuesday afternoon open workshop is an independent workshop where the student works at their own pace. A model is provided for each session. Walk-ins are welcome! Please register at the Ottawa School of Art prior to the start of each session. Your session must be used on the same day it was purchased – no refunds or transfers. Please be prepared to show your receipt to the model. No Instructor Fee: $260 Tuesday, 13 h – 16 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours 12 models F21DOW1AW | WALK-IN LIFEDRAWING WORKSHOP | INDEPENDENT The purchase of a 3-hour Tuesday afternoon walk-in session must be made at the Ottawa School of Art prior to the start of each session and must be used on the same day it was purchased – no refunds or transfers. Please be prepared to show your receipt to the model. No Instructor Fee: $25 Tuesday, 13 h – 16 h
Content Page F21DOW1B | LIFEDRAWING OPEN WORKSHOP | INDEPENDENT This Tuesday evening open workshop is an independent workshop where the student works at their own pace. A model is provided for each session. Walk-ins are welcome! Please register at the Ottawa School of Art prior to the start of each session. Your session must be used on the same day it was purchased – no refunds or transfers. Please be prepared to show your receipt to the model. No Instructor Fee: $260 Tuesday, 18 h - 21 h September 14 – November 30 12 sessions | 36 hours 12 models F21DOW1BW | WALK-IN LIFEDRAWING WORKSHOP | INDEPENDENT The purchase of a 3-hour Tuesday evening walk-in session must be made at the Ottawa School of Art prior to the start of each session and must be used on the same day it was purchased – no refunds or transfers. Please be prepared to show your receipt to the model. No Instructor Fee: $25 Tuesday, 18 h – 21 h 1 session | 3 hours
Content Page F21DOW1C | OPEN CERAMICS WORKSHOP* | INDEPENDENT This is an independent workshop where the student works at their own pace. *Prerequisite required: Students are permitted to enroll if they have taken a minimum of 2 separate ceramics courses in the same medium at the Ottawa School of Art (based on OSA registration data). Materials are not included. No Walk-ins. You must register through Reception for this course. No Instructor Fee: $200 Friday, 9 h – 12 h September 17 – December 03 12 sessions | 36 hours
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À Propos Des Cours Pour Enfants et Ados
CHILDREN’S CLASSES Multimedia classes are offered for children aged 4 to 10 years. Throughout the three terms, students produce a wide variety of work in all disciplines: drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and sculpture, including clay. These classes give students the opportunity to use materials and processes that are not available in the home or school setting. Individual lessons focus on different elements of art: colour, line, form, perspective, composition, etc.
COURS POUR ENFANTS Des cours de techniques mixtes sont offerts aux enfants de 4 à 10 ans. À chaque trimestre, les étudiants créent une grande variété d’oeuvres dans toutes les disciplines: dessin, peinture, gravure, collage et sculpture, incluant l’argile. Ces cours offrent aux étudiants l’opportunité d’utiliser des matériaux et procédés auxquels ils n’ont pas accès à la maison ou à leur école. Chaque leçon met l’emphase sur différents éléments artistiques: couleur, ligne, forme, perspective, composition etc.
Most courses are organized around a theme and include a tour of the collection at the National Gallery of Canada. Classes are two hours long and tuition fees include all materials. CLASSES FOR OLDER CHILDREN AND TEENS The Ottawa School of Art also offers classes for older children between 10 and 12 years old as well as teens. These classes encourage students to focus their attention and develop patience using a narrower range of techniques while having fun.
La plupart des cours ont une thématique spécifique. Les cours sont d’une durée de deux heures chacun, et les frais de scolarité incluent les matériaux. COURS POUR LES ENFANTS PLUS ÂGÉS ET LES ADOLESCENTS L’École d’art d’Ottawa offre des cours pour les enfants plus âgés de 10 à 12 ans ainsi que pour les adolescents. Ces cours encouragent les étudiants à développer leur patience et se concentrer sur une technique artistique plus spécifique tout en ayant du plaisir.
Children Classes |Cours Pour Enfants F21DC01A | SEASONS: AUTUMN RHYTHMS - MIXED MEDIA | AGES 4 - 6 This course introduces students to a wide variety of materials, with a focus on experimenting with, and developing skills in, a variety of media. The autumn, a season of transformations, will provide inspiration for our art making. The changing fall colours, animal migration and hibernation, and the festival of Hallowe’en will all be subjects for exploring and expressing the world we live in. Instructor: Deidre Hierlihy Fee: $260 Saturday, 10 h – 12 h Sep 11 – Dec 04 12 sessions | 24 hours No class October 9 F21DC01B | BENEATH THE SURFACE- MIXED MEDIA | AGES 4 - 6 Kids will venture into the limitless ways of seeing as through the lens of an imaginary microscope, revealing depth and texture. We will create a 3-dimensional papier maché sculpture and explore mixed media collage, painting and drawing. Inspiration will come from the earth beneath our feet; the water we dive into; the many life forms that inhabit this planet, and more! Instructor: Jojo Cadieux Fee: $260 Saturday, 13 h – 16 h Sep 11 – Dec 04 12 sessions | 24 hours No class October 9
Content Page F21DC01C | EXPLORE, EXPRESS, CREATE! MIXED MEDIA | AGES 7 - 9 This course focuses on supporting creative self-expression because ‘your ideas are brilliant!’ Each class is structured in three parts: A short, interactive art ’game’ to practice observation and creative problem-solving; a demonstration exercise focused on a specific technique, followed by a creative project applying the technique. Media explorations include: pencil, oil pastel, acrylic paint, clay, wax, fabric, and printmaking. A field trip is included. Instructor: Marika Jemma Fee: $260 Saturday, 9 h 45 – 11 h 45 Sep 11 – Dec 04 12 sessions | 24 hours No class October 9 F21DC01D | ANCIENT ROME: ART AND MYTH – MIXED MEDIA | AGES 7 - 9 The influence of the Roman Empire was enormous, and has an impact on western culture today. Roman art and architecture, daily life and myth will inspire our work this term. Creating numerous projects in clay will allow students to build their proficiency over several weeks. Concepts of colour, composition, texture and negative space will be practiced in drawing, painting, collage and printmaking. Instructor: Deidre Hierlihy Fee: $260 Saturday, 13 h 45 – 15 h 45 Sep 11 – Dec 05 12 sessions | 24 hours No class October 9
Classes for Older Children and Teens | Cours Pour Les Enfants Plus Agés Et Les Adolescents F21DC02 | SUSTAINABLE DESIGNERS – MIXED MEDIA | AGES 10 - 12 This class investigates different fields of design though art making that is sustainable! Draw designs for eco-friendly homes, create fashion accessories through upcycling, try painting with eco paints that are VOC free, and do product designs! The class will investigate how to use the creative process to come up with ideas for new products while participants build their art skills and design methods! Instructor: Margaret Boyle Fee: $290 Saturday, 13 h 30 – 16 h Sep 11 – Dec 05 12 sessions | 30 hours No class October 9 F21DC03 | ART IN ACTION – MIXED MEDIA | AGES 8 - 12 In this dynamic course, children will discover ways to express themselves through visual art. They will learn techniques of drawing, painting, sculpture and mixed media. We will walk around color, line and form, while learning about famous artists, their artworks and movements that continue to inspire us today. This art course is about helping each student pursue their art-making abilities and to their knowledge of mixed media work. Instructor: Sonia Luisa Arenas Fee: $290 Sunday, 13 h 30 – 15 h 30 September 12 – December 5 12 sessions | 24 hours No class October 10
Content Page F21DC04 | CARTOONING AND ANIMATION | AGES 10 - 12 Cours bilingue Avec suivi en français pour les élèves francophones. These courses are designed for students at all skill levels who want to draw seriously. Students will learn and practice drawing techniques and discover cartooning and animated cartoon secrets. Students will apply their creativity to the production of comic strips, single panel comics, caricatures, illustrations, animated cartoons (hand-drawn and stop-motion techniques) and comic pages. Each season includes lessons on drawing hands (natural and cartoon-style), the human figure and animal characters. Ces cours sont accessibles aux élèves de tous les niveaux d’habileté qui veulent dessiner de façon sérieuse. Les élèves apprendront et pratiqueront les techniques du dessin et ils découvriront les secrets de la BD et du dessin animé. Les élèves feront preuve de créativité en réalisant des projets de bandes dessinées, cases BD, caricatures, illustrations, dessins animés et des planches de BD. Chaque saison il y aura des leçons sur comment dessiner les mains (naturelles et caricaturales), la figure humaine et les animaux. Fall 2021 highlights Drawing the human body at rest and in movement Comic strip project with assigned theme (Comics about Comics) Comic book pages Stop-motion animation projects Instructor: Gérard Bélec Fee: $ 290 Saturday, 9 h 30 am – 12 h (9h30 à 12h00) September 11 – December 4 12 sessions | 30 hours No class Oct 9
Content Page F21DT01 | PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT | AGES 12 - 15 Develop your observation and drawing skills, while creating finished pieces suitable for high school portfolio submission. Using still life, and the human face and figure as subject, practice rendering form, light and shadow, and texture in drawing and painting. Observe and draw gestures during a session with a live draped model. Exhibit your knowledge of form with a sculpture project. Instructor: Margaret Boyle Fee: $300 Saturday, 9 h 15 – 12 h 15 September 11 – December 4 12 sessions | 36 hours No class Oct 9 1 model F21DT02 | EXPRESS YOURSELF: DRAWING AND PAINTING | AGES 13 - 15 Start where you are, learn new skills, practice techniques and gain confidence in expressing your unique ideas in a safe and inclusive space. Each class will begin with a structured exercise designed to hone your techniques, strengthen your observation skills and challenge your creative problem solving abilities. With emphasis on self-expression, students will apply these techniques to individual projects in various media including: pencil, coloured pencil, oil pastel, ink, watercolour and acrylic paint. One model and a field trip will be included. Instructor: Marika Jemma Fee: $290 Saturday, 13 h – 16 h September 11 – December 4 12 sessions | 36 hours No class Oct 9
Content Page F21DT04 | COMIC BOOKS & CARTOONING | AGES 13 - 15 Cours bilingue Avec suivi en français pour les élèves francophones. These courses are for students at all skill levels that need to draw and write seriously. They will learn and practice writing and drawing techniques and discover cartooning and comic book secrets. Students will apply their creativity to the production of comic strips, single panel comics, caricatures, illustrations, and the development of personal projects. Each season will include a lesson on drawing hands (natural and cartoon), tips on writing and storytelling for comic books, and the production of a class magazine collecting original projects by the students. Ces cours sont accessibles aux élèves de tous les niveaux d’habileté qui prennent au sérieux leur dessin et écriture. Les élèves apprendront et pratiqueront les techniques du scénario et du dessin et ils découvriront les secrets de la bande dessinée. Les élèves feront preuve de créativité en réalisant des planches de bandes dessinées, cases simples BD, caricatures, illustrations, et en développant leurs projets personnels. Chaque saison il y aura une leçon sur comment dessiner les mains (naturelles et caricaturales), des conseils au sujet de la rédaction et la scénaristique pour BD, et la réalisation d’une revue contenant les projets personnels des participants. Fall 2021 highlights Comic strip project with assigned theme (Comics about Comics) Comic Pages project: write & draw original short story (script/ roughs/designs/layout) The human body at rest, in movement and in foreshortened poses Instructor: Gérard Bélec Fee: $290 Saturdays, 13 h 15 – 16 h 15 September 11 – December 4 12 sessions | 36 hours No class October 9
Content Page F21DT06 | DRAWING YOUR EXPERIENCES | AGES 13 - 15 In this 12-week course, draw your experiences while learning the fundamentals. Experience the pleasure of making a drawing and understanding why it is successful. We will practise hatching, tone, shadows, perspective and composition using various drawing materials. We will learn to see and express volume and form with line work. We won’t stop there, later in the course we will start playing with colour and discover its power! Instructor: Josee Van Dromme Fee: $290 Sunday, 13 h – 16 h September 12 – December 05 Sunday, 13 h – 16 h No class October 10
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ONLINE COURSES FOR ADULTS | COURS EN LIGNE POUR ADULTES F21Z001A | ONLINE – DRAWING FOR THE ABSOLTE AND TERRIFIED BEGINNER | INTRO This course offers a comfortable and encouraging introduction to the elements of traditional drawing. We will practice your observational skills while studying shade, mass, values, line, still life, the figure, portraits, landscape, and more! Learn simple tips and tricks that make a difference in how you see and draw, creating a solid foundation for future artwork. Instructor: Maya Hum Fee: $195 Monday, 18 h – 20 h 30 September 20 – November 15 8 sessions | 20 hours F21Z001B | ONLINE – DRAWING FOR THE NOT SO TERRIFIED BEGINNER | INTRO-INTER This course is for those who have taken a beginner drawing class, preferably the Drawing for the Absolute and Terrified Beginner, and wish to expand their drawing repertoire! Lessons are geared to build on and develop skills explored in previous drawing art study. We will cover still life, botanicals, the figure, portraits, and more! Ask for the outline for the precursor of this course (if you never took it) to gauge if you want to take this class or the intro version.
Instructor: Maya Hum Fee: $255 Wednesday, 18 h – 20 h 30 September 22 – December 01 11 sessions | 27.5 hours
Content Page F21Z002A | ONLINE – ILLUSTRATION AND MULTIMEDIA | INTRO-INTER Illustration is about how to translate your ideas and concepts visually. This course serves as a fun introduction to a variety of styles and techniques. We will work on short and engaging projects to introduce and develop your skill level with different mediums. Traditional drawing and painting materials are used in this course, with an option to explore digital media. Projects and exercises will also focus on how to unlock your imagination! Topics covered include picture book illustration, editorial illustration, and more! All levels welcome. Instructor: Maya Hum Fee: $255 Tuesday, 18 h – 21 h 30 September 21 – November 30 11 sessions | 27.5 hours F21Z018A | ONLINE – WATERCOLOUR: AUTUMN IMPRESSIONS | INTRO-INTER Let’s explore the joy of creating expressive, rich watercolour paintings. The instructor will help you loosen up and teach various aspects of watercolour: colour mixing, brush techniques, washes & glazes, lifting, special effects through textures and help you improve your sense of colour & design. The course covers a wide range of subject matter, including creating atmospheric landscapes, floral, still life, animal/birds, portraits etc. There will be use of some other mediums like pastels, ink pens along with the watercolours. The references with subject information will be emailed 2 days prior to the class each week. Step by step demonstrations and individual guidance will be provided. The recordings of the class would also be provided. Instructor: Dhanashri Bapat Fee: $235 Saturday, 14 h – 16 h 30 September 16 – December 04 12 sessions | 30 hours
Content Page F21D018B | WATERCOLOUR: WANDERLUST | INTER-ADV If you feel the desire to explore more and more in the medium of watercolour, this would be a a great way to wanderlust in watercolour! Let’s explore a huge range of possibilities that go beyond the basics. We will create artworks based on travels in the world, and things you come across while travelling such as landscapes, florals, wildlife, portraits, architecture, or even manmade objects. Focus will be on creating bold, fearless work, developing a sense of composition and colour using some contemporary methods and experimental techniques. The references with subject information will be provided through e-mail 2 days prior to the class each week. Step by step demonstrations and individual guidance will be provided. The recordings of the class would also be provided. Instructor: Dhanashri Bapat Fee: $235 Thursday, 13 h – 15 h 30 September 16 – December 2 12 sessions | 30 hours
Content Page F21Z0101A | THE MAGIC OF ACRYLIC AND OIL! | INTRO-INTER In this on-line course, David will remove the mystery and unlock the magic of painting. Straightforward, trusted painting methods will be explained, demonstrated and applied: painting basics and housekeeping, brushes and brushwork, colour and pigments, gels and mediums – David will cover it all. The lessons draw on a variety of subjects for inspiration: landscapes, still life and figurative. Instructor: David Kearn Fee: $190 Wednesday, 9 h 30 – 11 h 30 October 13 – December 01 8 sessions | 16 hours
ONLINE COURSES FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS | COURS EN LIGNE POUR ENFANTSET ADOLESCENTS F21ZC01 | CREATE LIKE THE MASTERS | AGES 9 – 12 In this course students will develop a further understanding of painting and drawing techniques needed to create masterpieces. Each session focuses on a specific artist or style and modern and contemporary artists, their artworks, and movements that continue to inspire us today. Students will be exploring a variety 0f materials like acrylics, oil pastels, watercolours pencils and clay as they create 2 and 3-dimensional artworks in a wide range of media. Projects include drawing skills, color exploration with painting and mixed-media techniques. Instructor: Sonia Arenas Fee: $255 Thursday, 16 h – 18 h September 23 – December 2 11 sessions | 22 hours
Content Page F21ZT01 | ONLINE – DISCOVERING YOUR VISUAL LANGUAGE | AGES 13 – 15 Whether you are interested in pursuing architecture, fashion, animation or fine arts you will need to have a strong drawing and painting foundation. This course introduces students to the language of visual arts through the Elements and Principles of Design. Emphasis is placed on experiences with drawing techniques and painting skills. Students will explore a range of artists, art processes and materials such as acrylics, ink, oil pastels and watercolour pencils. This is a wonderful opportunity to create portfolio artworks that can be used in pursuing visual art programs. Instructor: Sonia Arenas Fee: $255 Tuesday, 16 h – 18 h September 21 – November 30 11 sessions | 22 hours
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