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Continuing Studies 2021 SUMMER: JUNE 14-SEPTEMER 8 Registration Opens: April 1st


Ringling College Continuing Studies Studio + Digital Arts • Summer Studios 2021 Adults . Intergenerational . Teens & Pre-Teens

REGISTRATION OPENS: APRIL 1ST, 2021 ENJOY EARLY REGISTRAION SAVINGS OF 10% THROUGH MAY 15. Studio + Digital Arts (S+DA) is a division of Ringling College Continuing Studies. Classes are held at the Ringling College Museum Campus, Main Campus, and online throughout the year. Summer Studios and Summer Teen Studios offer students the opportunity to investigate new and proven techniques while developing their unique style and advancing critical thinking skills. Classes are intergenerational, or specified for adults or teens and pre-teens. See categories and course descriptions to confirm a class is right for you. Find inspiration, outstanding instruction, and interdisciplinary opportunities in classes that are fun and educational. Explore traditional art techniques, learn to design in a hybrid environment of digital and traditional approaches, bring stories to life through creative writing, film, or photography, and so much more. The possibilities are endless. Please refer to individual course listings for pricing, SUPPLY LISTS, start dates, and times. Ringling College is adhering to all CDC recommended safety guidelines to maintain controlled, safe environments in all studios and classrooms for students attending on-site courses. Online course options are also available as indicated at the course listing. • Masks are required for all in-person/on-campus courses. • All course times are listed in Eastern Time (ET).

MISSION To promote visual arts by providing educational and professional development opportunities for multi-generational audiences, and to support the academic mission of Ringling College of Art and Design through innovative programming serving current and future students, the public, and professionals from multiple fields.

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Studio + Digital Arts (S+DA) 1001 S. Tamiami Trail Sarasota, FL 34236 Phone: 941-309-5111 Email: scs@ringling.edu Online: www.ringling.edu/SDA Office hours: 8 am to 4 pm, Mon.-Fri.

COVER ARTISTS: Danielle Dygert; William Ferrell; Seth Barendse; Sylviane DeRoquebrune; Lousie Gallagher; anonymous


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Welcome and Mission Index

SUMMER STUDIOS: I N T E R G E N E R AT I O N A L 4 5

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CERAMICS D I G I TA L A R T S FILM JEWELRY MIXED MEDIA PA I N T I N G WAT E R C O LO R PHOTOGRAPHY

S U M M E R T E E N S T U D I O S : S T U D E N T S AG E S 1 2 -1 8 , ENTERING 7TH THROUGH 12 GRADES 8

A N I M AT I O N CERAMICS C R E AT I V E W R I T I N G 9 D I G I TA L A R T S & I L L U S T R AT I O N 11 D R AW I N G 12 I L L U S T R AT I O N 13 M I X E D M E D I A PA I N T I N G PHOTOGRAPHY (see page 7) 14 P O R T F O L I O 15 Registration Grid 17 Registration Form 20 Catalogs Registration Options Payment Supplies Cancellation / Refund Policies & Procedures Schedule Changes And Cancellations Other Summer Programs Coming Soon! 21 Instructor Bios 23 Ringling College Continuing Studies

Early Registration Savings of 10% through May 15. Only one savings benefit applies per registration.


SUMMER STUDIOS | CERAMICS

SUMMER STUDIOS Welcoming Intergenerational Students Adults & High School students age 15+ CERAMICS HAND BUILDING: ALL LEVELS Course #CE134 RINGLING COLLEGE MUSEUM CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 sessions: Monday & Wednesday; 16.5 hr • Aug. 2-18 is 6 sessions: 9-11:45 am • Sept. 8-22 is 5 sessions: 1-4:20 pm Seth Barendse In this class, students new to working with clay will learn the basics of hand building. Beginning with pinch pots, coil pots, and moving into soft and hard slab construction, students will learn a variety of clay construction skills and techniques. Completed pieces will be bisque fired, glazed, and finish fired. All skill levels are welcome. Students with experience will have individual instruction in more advanced hand building techniques as needed. Clay, glaze and firings provided with tuition. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

WHEEL THROWING: ALL LEVELS Course #CE135 RINGLING COLLEGE MUSEUM CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

6 sessions: Monday & Wednesday; 16.5 hrs • June 14-30: 1-3:45 pm 5 sessions: Wednesday; 16.5 hrs • Aug. 4-Sept. 1: 1-4:20 pm • Aug. 4-Sept. 1: 6-9:20 pm Seth Barendse In this class, students new to the wheel will learn the foundations of wheel throwing, how to prepare the clay, and discover the techniques and tools of the process. Students will develop their technique learning to throw cups, bowls, and possibly small vases. Completed pieces will be bisque fired, glazed, and finish fired. All skill levels are welcome. Students with experience will have individual instruction based on need and level of skill. Clay, glaze and firings provided with tuition. Clay, glaze and firings provided with tuition. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

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NEW: FUNDAMENTALS OF CERAMIC CONSTRUCTION Course #CE138 RINGLING COLLEGE MUSEUM CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

6 sessions: Tuesday & Thursday; 16.5 hrs • June 15-July 1: 9-11:45 am • July 6-July 22: 9-11:45 am Dorothea Calvert This course provides entry into the world of ceramics. Projects highlight hand building techniques from basic pinch pots, slab and extruded forms, and wheel work. Demonstrations and resource material will offer inspiration. The goal is to learn how the material works and provide each student with an opportunity to express their “self” in this ancient medium. Clay, glaze, and firings are included in the tuition. Beginner to Intermediate welcome. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

NEW: INTRO TO CLAY CONSTRUCTION AND SURFACE DESIGN Course #CE139 RINGLING COLLEGE MUSEUM CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED) 6 Sessions: Saturday, 16.5 hrs

• July 24-Aug. 28, 9-11:45 AM

6 Sessions: Thursday, 16.5 hrs

• Aug. 19-Sept 23, 6-8:45 PM Emmie Wells Join us for an in-depth introduction to construction and surface design in ceramics. Develop a new dimension in your work through the exploration of texture, color, and text to use or treat the surface. New ceramics students will be introduced to the studio tools and hand building techniques, while those with studio experience or working on the wheel may advance their craft in preparation to apply new techniques of surface design. Demonstrations in sgraffito, mishima, creating stencils, and underglaze transfers will introduce just some of the many surface treatments the versatility of ceramics offers. Clay, glaze, and firings are included in the tuition. Beginner to Intermediate welcome. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195


S U M M E R S T U D I O S | C E R A M I C S | D I G I TA L A R T S | F I L M | J E W E L R Y

CERAMICS OPEN STUDIO SAFETY VERIFICATION Course #CE200

FILMMAKING Course #FM100

RINGLING COLLEGE MUSEUM CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

1 session: Saturday; 3 hrs • June 26: 9 am-12 pm • August 7: 1-4:00 pm Seth Barendse To ensure adherence of Ceramics Studio Policies and Procedures, Ceramics Open Studios are proctored sessions, open to students who are presently taking ceramics class(es) and/or those who have successfully passed the Ceramics Studio Safety Verification course at S+DA. Tuition: $35.00

10 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am (Two-weeks); 27.5 hrs • FM100-CD: June 28-July 9 • FM100-FG: July 19-30

D I G I TA L A R T S

See Photography, and Summer Teen Studios for students ages 12-18.

FILM GUERILLA FILMMAKING Course #FM101 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • FM101-B: June 21-25 • FM101-E: July 12-16 - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• FM101-B: June 21-25 • FM101-E: July 12-16 Chandler Howard Learn the skills needed to make a video on the spot, while using surroundings to help capture a vision. From using a piece of cardboard and tin-foil as a reflector, to adjusting a phone to act as a microphone, the objective of this week-long journey is to teach students how to make videos, short films, documentaries, and video diaries, using only the equipment at hand. This style of independent filmmaking allows the director to work with small crews, and sometimes no crew at all, putting the power in the hands of the filmmaker. This class is for students who like filming on the spot, stretching their experimental style, and learning how to make props from scratch. Join us to learn a fun and spontaneous approach to filmmaking. Basic computer skills required. A digital camera, smartphone, or tablet (iPad) with a video setting option in working condition, and headphones or earbuds are required. Tuition: $215

- or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• FM100-CD: June 28-July 9 • FM100-FG: July 19-30 Chandler Howard Trying to be the next Steven Spielberg? In this course, students will learn digital video camera operations, scripting and storyboarding, basic lighting, Premiere Pro editing, titles, effects, and montage theory. Students will work in individual directions, choosing from narrative, abstract, or experimental, or to more journalistic or documentary genres. All attendees should complete a well-edited project to use in a portfolio or film festival screening. The course culminates with an in-class screening of students’ final projects. Basic computer skills required. Beginner through Advanced skill levels welcome. A digital camera with a video setting option in working condition, and headphones or earbuds, and access to Adobe Premier Pro are required. Tuition: $365

JEWELRY NEW: BEGINNING JEWELRY: BEADING AND MIXED MEDIA Course #JL101 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • JL101-A: June 14-18 • JL101-B: June 21-25 - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• JL101-A: June 14-18 • JL101-B: June 21-25 Louise Gallagher This series of five classes is designed for beginners who know very little or nothing about jewelry making. It will cover several mediums of jewelry making including: Let’s Make Earrings”, Bead Stringing for Beginners, Beadweaving Basics, and Kumihimo or macrame with beads. You will learn techniques that will make you an “expert”. You will learn all about beads, tools, supplies and findings so that you will know all you need for your new hobby. All supplies are provided. Tuition: $175

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MIXED MEDIA

PA I N T I N G

NEW: ADULT MIXED MEDIA WORKSHOP Course #MM113

NEW: MURAL PROJECT: SO, YOU WANT TO BE BANKSY? Course #PT127

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday; 15 hrs • MM113-A: June 14-18, 1-4 pm Sylviane DeRoquebrune Open to all levels for beginners and seasoned artists, this one-week workshop is designed to increase your creative skills and explore and experiment with a variety of materials such as canvas, paper, cardboard, photographs, inks, fabric, and found objects. We will combine them using assorted techniques including image transfer, frottage, and layer different mediums such as alternative drawing media, staining and, altering the paper surface, and more. Using mixed media, you may use what you have already learned in art making, but together, we will identify new possibilities for your work to evolve, be creative, and discover your own unique artistic voice. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

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5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1-3:45 pm; 13.75 hrs • PT127-E: July 12-16 • PT127-F: July 19-23 Danielle Dygert Learn the steps to propose and execute your own mural project. Define your audience and obstacles. Create a miniature mural in acrylic. Be bold, present your work and enter the public art sphere with confidence. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

A PRELUDE TO WATERCOLOR Course #PT119 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Wednesdays; 12.5 hrs • PT119: June 16-July 14: 9:30 am-12 pm Graciela Giles This class offers a solid grounding in the tools and techniques of watercolor painting. You will learn basic and easy-to-follow exercises in this fun class. There will be demonstrations of various techniques including how to paint wet-on-wet and wet on-dry, how to create the right consistency of water/paint in your puddles, how to apply frisket, as well as the various ways to use your brush. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175


S U M M E R S T U D I O S | P H OT O G R A P H Y

P H OTO G R A P H Y MASTERING YOUR DSLR CAMERA’S MANUAL SETTINGS Course #PH116 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday; 13.75 hrs • PH116-G: July 26-30; 9-11:45 am Karen Arango Students will learn how to utilize their digital camera’s full potential. By becoming more familiar with how their camera controls aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, students will be able to create images unlike anything they can do on their phones. No experience with photography is necessary. Students must have a DSLR camera with manual operation functions. Tuition: $195

INTRODUCTION TO PHOTO RETOUCHING Course #PH119 STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1-3:45; 13.75 hrs • PH1190-B: June 21-25 • PH119-E: July 12-16 Thomas Winchester Students will become familiar with Adobe Photoshop for the purpose of improving the characteristics of photographs. Lessons include correcting color, removing unsightly blemishes, and saving for web and print. By learning very basic tools and techniques, students will have obtained a foundation of practical skills for their creative careers. Students must have Adobe Photoshop access. No experience with Adobe Photoshop is necessary. Tuition: $195

DIGITAL PHOTO Course #PH117 STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday; 13.75 hrs • PH117-F: July 19-23; 9-11:45 am RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

• PH117-H: Aug.2-6; 9-11:45 am Karen Arango Photography is one of the most compelling tools of visual media. Through photo shoots and in-lab work, this class emphasizes both the technical aspects of the craft as well as creative imagery. You will learn how to use lenses, filters and light, understand aperture and shutter speeds, and how to compose and bracket exposures. This course covers an in-depth review of memory cards, megabytes, optical and digital viewfinders and zoom, as well as menu options, mega pixels, and how to save, move, and organize images. A DSLR camera with manual-setting mode and basic computer skills are required. All skill levels welcome. Tuition: $195

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S U M M E R T E E N S T U D I O S | A N I M AT I O N | C E R A M I C S | C R E AT I V E W R I T I N G

SUMMER TEEN STUDIOS Students ages 12-18, entering 7th-12th grades A N I M AT I O N EXPERIMENTAL ANIMATION Course #YA300 STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

5 sessions; Monday-Friday, 13.75 hrs • YA300-A: June 14-18: 9-11:45 am • YA300-A: June 14-18: 1-3:45 pm Lori Burton Get started in the world of art in motion by learning basic techniques to create Rotoscope animations, GIFs, and still image movement. Demonstrations and instruction begin with Photoshop and go through post-production in Premiere Pro, followed by step-by-step teaching that will guide students through the creation of their own animations. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195.00

CERAMICS

NEW: INTRO TO CLAY CONSTRUCTION AND SURFACE DESIGN (Teens) Course #YS101 RINGLING COLLEGE MUSEUM CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

6 sessions: Tuesday & Thursday, 16.5 hrs • YS101: June 15-July 1: 1-3:45 pm • YS101: July 6-July 22: 1-3:45 pm Emmie Wells Join us for an in-depth introduction to construction and surface design in ceramics. Develop a new dimension in your work through the exploration of texture, color, and text to use or treat the surface. New ceramics students will be introduced to the studio tools and hand building techniques, while those with studio experience or working on the wheel may advance their craft in preparation to apply new techniques of surface design. Demonstrations in sgraffito, mishima, creating stencils, and underglaze transfers will introduce just some of the many surface treatments the versatility of ceramics offers. Clay, glaze, and firings are included in the tuition. Beginner to Intermediate welcome. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

See See page 4 for Ceramics classes in Summer Studios for Intergenerational classes welcoming High School students ages 15+. Students ages 12-14 are welcome to enroll with an enrolling participating adult.

HAND BUILDING: ALL LEVELS (Teens) Course #YS100 RINGLING COLLEGE MUSEUM CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

6 sessions: Monday & Wednesday; 16.5 hr • YS100: June 14-30: 9-11:45 am Seth Barendse In this class, students new to working with clay will learn the basics of hand building. Beginning with pinch pots, coil pots, and moving into soft and hard slab construction, students will learn a variety of clay construction skills and techniques. Completed pieces will be bisque fired, glazed, and finish fired. All skill levels are welcome. Students with experience will have individual instruction in more advanced hand building techniques as needed. Clay, glaze and firings provided with tuition. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

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C R E AT I V E W R I T I N G WRITING COMICS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS Course #YC301 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YC301-B: June 21-25 - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YC301-B: June 21-25 Rick Dakan What we love about comics and graphic novels is how well the words and pictures are paired together to tell an immersive story. In this course, students will take note and learn the secrets of successful comic scripts, then create their own great stories with words and picture descriptions. Tuition: $175


SUMMER TEEN STUDIOS

| C R E AT I V E W R I T I N G | D I G I TA L A R T S

WRITING HORROR Course #YC304

D I G I TA L A R T S

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

CREATURE CONCEPT ART Course #YI300

5 sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YC304-C: June 28-July 2 • YC304-G: July 26-July 30 - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YC304-C: June 28-July 2 • YC304-G: July 26-July 30 Rick Dakan In this class, students will spend time exploring and reading fearful fiction, learning the techniques used by professionals. Then time will be spent writing their own scary and suspenseful tales of terror, implementing the newly-learned skills. Tuition: $175

WRITING FOR VIDEO GAMES AND DESIGN Course #YC303 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YC303-D: July 5-9 - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YC303-D: July 5-9 Rick Dakan Play video games while studying the fundamentals of video game storytelling and design. With newly equipped skills, students will design and create their own interactive text adventure game. Tuition: $175

WRITING FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION Course #YC302 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YC302-E: July 12-16 • YC302-H: Aug. 2-6 - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YC302-E: July 12-16 • YC302-H: Aug. 2-6 Rick Dakan Want to become your very own writer of novels like Dune, Ender’s Game, or The Hobbit? Students in this course will write thrilling tales of wonder and adventure in fantastical worlds of their own creation. Tuition: $175

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YI300-A: June 14-18 • YI300-G: July 26-July 30 STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YI300-D: July 5-9 William Ferrell What would sea life on an alien planet look like? Come explore what may lurk in the oceans in a distant world through concept to finish. Discover the art of creative creature creation rooted in fundamental design principles. Brainstorming, research, reference, gesture, composition and value will be examined on our exciting, artistic journey. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

NEW: DESIGN FOR A CAUSE: SOCIAL AWARENESS POSTERS Course #YG300 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday; 13.75 hrs • YG300-C: June 28-July 2: 9-11:45 am STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YG300-F: July 19-23: 9-11:45 am William Ferrell Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Whether it’s a declining bee population, the effects of smoking, or the effects of war, the world could be a better place. Students will create a poster on the social issue of their choice to hopefully bring about the change they want to see. Combining visuals and typography students will create an effective Social Awareness Poster and explore type, design, composition, scale, and visual persuasion. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

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D I G I TA L A R T S ( C o n t . ) DIGITAL PAINTING IN PHOTOSHOP Course #YG302 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

10 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1-3:45 pm (Two-weeks); 27.5 hrs • YG302-BC: June 21-July 2 STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YG302-FG: July 19-30 William Ferrell Learn to create artistic images with Photoshop brushes along with the mixer brush and other features. Whether students prefer pastels and oils or watercolor, this workshop will show them how to bring their visions to life, using Photoshop tools and techniques to digitally reproduce real world art media and techniques. Prior Photoshop experience is desirable. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $365

NEW: GIG POSTER: MUSIC, ILLUSTRATION, AND DESIGN Course #YG303 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YG303-E: July 12-16 • YG303-B: June 21-25 - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YG303-E: July 12-16 • YG303-B: June 21-25 William Ferrell Connect your passion for music and art with the creation of gig posters. In this course, students will create a promotional poster that incorporates illustration and graphic design to advertise their favorite musical artist, band, or orchestra. Through the exploration of gesture, composition, typography, brainstorming and, most importantly, research, students will learn to bring their art to life, blending together traditional media and Adobe Photoshop. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

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NEW: FEAR FACTOR: TYING EMOTIONAL CONNECTIONS TO YOUR ART Course #YI307 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1:00-3:45 pm; 13.75 hrs • YI307-A: June 14-18 William Ferrell All art is a form of communication, but great art is art that impacts you emotionally. We are going to explore tapping into our emotions artistically by accessing an easy one: fear. We will learn by drawing what we are afraid of so it makes our own fear less scary, while creating something dynamic for our audience. Learn how to use lighting, scale, composition, and reference to elevate the emotional impact of your work. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

NEW: GRAPHIC NOVELS: CONNECTING IMAGE AND WORD Course #YI308 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

10 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1-3:45 pm (Two weeks) 27.5 hours • YI308-DE: July 5-16 William Ferrell It is not a bird, or a plane… it is creativity soaring through visual storytelling. Briefly explore the history of graphic novels while also learning the basic skills for solid character creation and sequential visual storytelling. In this course, students will create a cover for their very own graphic novels. This course will improve students’ abilities to utilize a combination of traditional media and Adobe Photoshop. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $365

See more Digital Arts for Teens age 15+ Introduction to Photo Retouching under PHOTOGRAPHY

William Ferrell


SUMMER TEEN STUDIOS

D R AW I N G

SKETCHBOOK WORKSHOP Course #YD302

DRAWING Course #YD300

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 13.75 hrs • YD300-A: June 14-18: 9-11:45 am • YD300-E: July 12-16: 1-3:45 pm • YD300-C: June 28-July 2: 9-11:45 am - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YD300-C: June 28-July 2: 9-11:45 am Jeffery Cornwell Exploring a variety of drawing media, students will learn fundamental drawing techniques and gain a working knowledge of the basic elements and principles of design such as line, shape, perspective, proportion, volume, and composition. This course or equivalent experience is the prerequisite for Figure Drawing, Sketchbook Workshop, Painting, Portfolio Development/2D Open Studio, and is a recommended prerequisite for Illustration classes. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

FIGURE DRAWING Course #YD305 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1:00-3:45 pm • YD305-B: June 21-25 • YD305-G: July 26-30 STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YD305-D: July 5-9 Danielle Dygert This classical drawing course develops the student’s figure drawing skills through the study of proportion, anatomy, gesture, figure/space relationship, value, and line quality. Students will explore various techniques drawing from the live (clothed) model. Experiment with drawing materials and creative approaches in this high-energy class. A must have for illustrators and animators! Prerequisite: Drawing I or equivalent. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $195

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5 Sessions: Monday-Friday; 13.75 hrs • YD302-A: June 14-18: 1-3:45 pm • YD302-D: July 5-9: 9-11:45 am • YD302-F: July 19-23: 1-3:45 pm - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YD302-A: June 14-18: 1-3:45 pm Jeffery Cornwell Sketchbooks are an exciting way to explore new materials, play around with different ideas, and capture everyday life and inspirational people, places, and things. Using pencil, ink, and watercolor students will build their sketchbook as an archive of ideas or work on sequential drawing to develop a narrative story. Students will choose whatever direction they like and then develop their drawing and observation techniques while building an artistic practice. Prerequisite: Drawing or equivalent experience. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

EXPERIMENTAL DRAWING AND COLLAGE Course #YD301 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YD301-B: June 21-25 • YD301-E: July 12-16 - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YD301-E: July 12-16 Jeffery Cornwell Through hands-on exercises using traditional drawing and mixed media, students will explore using materials and methods in new ways to inspire ideas and to help develop a unique style while learning how to use graphite, ink, markers, watercolor, charcoal, colored pencils, and oil pastels. This is a fast-paced, exciting studio for all skill levels. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

See more Drawing for Teens and Pre-teens Creative Freedom: 2D Open Studio under MIXED MEDIA Portfolio Development under PORTFOLIO

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I L L U S T R AT I O N

CONCEPT SKETCHING Course #YI303

CARTOONS AND COMIC ART WORKSHOP Course #YI301

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YI301-A: June 14-18 • YI301-C: June 28-July 2 • YI301-E: July 12-16 • YI301-G: July 26-30 Michael White Everyone loves cartoons, comics, superheroes, and villains. Do you have a story to tell? This fun-filled workshop is for beginners and experienced artists alike. Students will learn illustration and layout techniques, as well as inspirational methods on how to bring reality and fiction together to tell a story and create a comic. Learn how to apply the basic rules of cartooning, character creation, sequential drawing, and perspective for maximum impact to bring your story to life! See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YI303-B: June 21-25 • YI303-D: July 5-9 • YI303-F: July 19-23 Michael White Concept sketching is the first step used to develop ideas for illustration and creative applications such as games, animations, or graphic novels. Concept art is also known as visual development or concept design and is used in developing design ideas for multiple industries. Students will learn a variety of techniques by working on multiple projects from a poster, to a character, or environment design. This is a fun class with an easy-to-follow pace, making sure everyone understands the terms and basic techniques. This course complements Character Design, Cartoons and Comic Art, Illustration in Pen and Ink, and all Animation courses. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

CHARACTER DESIGN Course #YI302

NEW: FANTASTIC FAN ART Course #YI305

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1-3:45 pm; 13.75 hrs • YI302-A: June 14-18 • YI302-C: June 28-July 2 • YI302-E: July 12-July 16 • YI302-G: July 26-July 30

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1-3:45 pm; 13.75 hrs • YI305-B: June 21-25 • YI305-D: July 5-9 • YI305-F: July 19-23

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

- or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YI302-C: June 28-July 2 • YI302-E: July 12-July 16 • YI302-G: July 26-July 30 Michael White This class is for anyone who loves to draw characters, regardless of skill level. Through fun exercises that strengthen conceptual ability and skills, students will create and develop many characters: humans, animals, superheroes, creatures for game art, illustrations, and more to begin to develop a character layout sheet or comic strip. This class is very helpful in preparing for the Cartoons and Comic Art Workshop, Illustration in Pen and Ink, and Experimental Animation. Learn techniques for brainstorming and idea development. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

- or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YI305-B: June 21-25 • YI305-D: July 5-9 • YI305-F: July 19-23 Michael White Illustrate your favorite pop culture characters in color! Reference Anime characters, superheroes, comics, or movies to recreate them in new ways. In this fun class students will design an original comic book cover or, create a new poster based on the characters, stories, and movies you choose. If you like Manga and Disney characters, you’ll love this class. By the end of the week you will have amazing fan art that can be printed on a T-shirt, stickers, mugs, and more. You might just end up with fans of your own. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

See more Illustration course selections under Digital Arts.

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MIXED MEDIA

PA I N T I N G

NEW: TEENS MIXED MEDIA WORKSHOP Course #YM300

PAINTING Course #YP300

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 9-11:45 am; 13.75 hrs • YM300-A: June 14-18 Sylviane DeRoquebrune This one week mixed-media painting workshop is a fun and hands-on course that will introduce you to different materials, collage, and mixed media designed to create a great composition. Mixed media collage is the utilization of more than one medium in a single piece of art and may include paint, pastels, fabric, magazine/book images, found objects, ink, watercolor, oil pastel, chalk pastel, colored pencils, and more. Express yourself through endless artistic techniques in mixed media and increase your artistic creative skills! See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 1-3:45 pm; 13.75 hrs • YP300-B: June 21-25 • YP300-G: July 26-30 Jeffery Cornwell Color, brushstrokes, and imagination have no limits! Express your ideas and emotions through a series of painting projects, working from reality or imagination. This class introduces a variety of techniques and tools basic to acrylic painting and explores the world of color and composition through figure and ground relationships, visual perception, and spatial concepts. Returning students are welcome. Prerequisite: Drawing or equivalent experience. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

NEW: CREATIVE FREEDOM: 2D OPEN STUDIO Course #YM301

P H OTO G R A P H Y

RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 13.75 hrs • YM301-G: July 26-30: 9-11:45 am • YM301-D: July 5-July 9: 1-3:45 pm

See Photography under Intergenerational courses - Teens age 15+

- or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YM301-D: July 5-July 9: 1-3:45 pm Jeffery Cornwell In this course, students will work in the media of their choice (drawing, painting, photography, mixed media, etc.) with an emphasis on interdisciplinary practice. The teacher will guide students to explore a range of creative approaches used by contemporary, working artists to expand their own personal methods and styles to create strong, impactful work. This course is for those that have previous experience, and are passionate about developing their work direction. Take advantage of this opportunity to expand your personal artistic vision. Students work on self-selected projects with professional guidance to support the development of their work. Prerequisites: A minimum of introductory courses in the medium in which the student will be working. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

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SUMMER TEEN STUDIOS | PORTFOLIO

PORTFOLIO PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT Course #YR300 RINGLING COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS (MASKS REQUIRED)

5 Sessions: Monday-Friday, 13.75 hrs • YR300-C: June 28-July 2: 1-3:45 pm • YR300-F: July 19-23: 9-11:45 am - or - STUDIO + DIGITAL ARTS ONLINE

• YR300-F: July 19-23: 9-11:45 am Jeffery Cornwell With teacher guidance, students will explore a range of creative approaches used by contemporary, working artists to expand their own personal methods and styles to create strong, portfolio-quality work, and learn to articulate their ideas verbally and in writing. This course is for those that have previous experience, a passionate interest in the visual arts, and want to build on their portfolio. Take advantage of this opportunity to build a portfolio for VPA or college application. Students work on self-selected projects with professional guidance to support the development of their work. Prerequisites: A minimum of introductory courses in the medium in which the student will be working. See Supply List for student supplies. Tuition: $175

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Registration Opens APRIL 1, 2021. Early registration savings of 10% through May 15. For your convenience, all S+DA courses are listed in chronological order by category and start date.

I N T E R G E N E R AT I O N A L C L A S S E S : adults & high school students age 15++ CATEGORY

CODE

START DATE

START END TIME DATE

END TIME

DAYS

TITLE

TUITION

INSTRUCTOR

CERAMICS

CE135

6/14/21

1:00

6/30/21

3:45

M&W

Wheel Throwing in Ceramics: All levels

$195

Seth Barendse

CERAMICS

CE138

6/15/21

9:00

7/1/21

11:45

T & Th

Fundamentals of Ceramic Construction:

$195

Dorothea Calvert

CERAMICS

CE200

6/26/21 9:00

6/26/21

12:00

Sa

Ceramic Open Studio Safety Training

$35

Seth Barendse

CERAMICS

CE138

7/6/21

9:00

7/22/21

11:45

T & Th

Fundamentals of Ceramic Construction

$195

Dorothea Calvert

CERAMICS

CE139

7/24/21

9:00

8/28/21

11:45

Sa

Clay Construction & Surface Design

$195

Emily Wells

CERAMICS

CE134

8/2/21

9:00

8/18/21

11:45

M&W

Handbuilding in Ceramics: All levels

$195

Seth Barendse

CERAMICS

CE135

8/4/21

1:00

9/1/21

4:20

W

Wheel Throwing in Ceramics: All levels

$195

Seth Barendse

CERAMICS

CE135

8/4/21

6:00

9/1/21

9:20

W

Wheel Throwing in Ceramics: All levels

$195

Seth Barendse

CERAMICS

CE200

8/7/21

1:00

8/7/21

4:00

Sa

Ceramic Open Studio Safety Training

$35

Seth Barendse

CERAMICS

CE139

8/19/21

6:00

9/23/21

8:45

Th

Clay Construction & Surface Design

$195

Emilyn Wells

CERAMICS

CE134

9/8/21

1:00

9/22/21

4:20

M&W

Handbuilding in Ceramics: All levels

$195

Seth Barendse

FILM

FM101

6/21/21

9:00

6/25/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Guerrilla Filmmaking

$195

Chandler Howard

FILM

FM100

6/28/21 9:00

7/9/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Filmmaking - 2 weeks

$365

Chandler Howard

FILM

FM101

7/12/21

9:00

7/16/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Guerrilla Filmmaking

$215

Chandler Howard

FILM

FM100

7/19/21

9:00

7/30/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Filmmaking - 2 weeks

$365

Chandler Howard

JEWELRY

JL101

6/14/21

9:00

6/18/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Beginning Jewelry: Beading & Mixed Media

$175

Louise Gallagher

JEWELRY

JL101

6/21/21

9:00

6/25/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Beginning Jewelry: Beading & Mixed Media

$175

Louise Gallagher

MIXED MEDIA

MM113

6/14/21

1:00

6/18/21

4:00

Mon-Fri

Adult Mixed Media Workshop

$175

Sylviane DeRoquebrune

PAINTING

PT119

6/16/21

9:30

7/14/21

12:00

Wed

A Prelude to Watercolor

$175

Graciela Giles

PAINTING

PT127

7/12/21

1:00

7/16/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Mural Project: So, You Want To Be Banksy?

$175

Danielle Dygert

PAINTING

PT127

7/19/21

1:00

7/23/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Mural Project: So, You Want To Be Banksy?

$175

Danielle Dygert

PHOTO

PH119

6/21/21

1:00

6/25/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Photo Retouching & Image Enhancement

$195

Tom Winchester

PHOTO

PH119

7/12/21

1:00

7/16/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Photo Retouching & Image Enhancement

$195

Tom Winchester

PHOTO

PH116

7/19/21

9:00

7/23/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Master Your DSLR Camera's Manual Settings

$195

Karen Arango

PHOTO

PH117

7/19/21

1:00

7/23/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Digital Photography

$195

Karen Arango

PHOTO

PH116

7/26/21

9:00

7/30/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Master Your DSLR Camera’s Manual Settings

$195

Karen Arango

PHOTO

PH117

8/2/21

9:00

8/6/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Digital Photography

$195

Karen Arango 15


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Registration Opens APRIL 1, 2021. Early registration savings of 10% through May 15. For your convenience, all S+DA courses are listed in chronological order by category and start date.

T E E N S : ages 12-18, entering 7th-12th grade CATEGORY

CODE

START DATE

START END TIME DATE

END TIME

DAYS

TITLE

TUITION

INSTRUCTOR

ANIMATION

YA300

6/14/21

9:00

6/18/21

11:45

M-F

Experimental Animation

$195

Lori Burton

ANIMATION

YA300

6/14/21

1:00

6/18/21

3:45

M-F

Experimental Animation

$195

Lori Burton

$195

Seth Barendse

CERAMICS

YS100

6/14/21

9:00

6/30/21

11:45

M&W

Handbuilding in Ceramics: All levels

CERAMICS

YS101

6/15/21

1:00

7/1/21

3:45

T &Th

Clay Construction & Surface Design

$195

Emily Wells

CERAMICS

YS101

7/6/21

1:00

7/22/21

3:45

T &Th

Clay Construction & Surface Design

$195

Emily Wells

CREATIVE WRITING

YC301

6/21/21

9:00

6/25/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Creative Writing: Comics + Graphic Novels

$175

Rick Dakan

CREATIVE WRITING

YC304

6/28/21 9:00

7/2/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

$175

Rick Dakan

CREATIVE WRITING

YC303

7/5/21

9:00

7/9/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Creative Writing: Video Games and Design

$175

Rick Dakan

CREATIVE WRITING

YC302

7/12/21

9:00

7/16/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Creative Writing: Fantasy & Science Fiction

$175

Rick Dakan

CREATIVE WRITING

YC304

7/26/21

9:00

7/30/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

$175

Rick Dakan

CREATIVE WRITING

YC302

8/2/21

9:00

8/6/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Creative Writing: Fantasy & Science Fiction

$175

Rick Dakan

DIGITAL ARTS

YI300

6/14/21

9:00

6/18/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Creature Concept Art

$195

William Ferrell

$195

William Ferrell

Creative Writing: Horror

Creative Writing: Horror

DIGITAL ARTS

YI307

6/14/21

1:00

6/18/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Fear Factor: Tying emotional connections to your art to elevate the impact

DIGITAL ARTS

YG303

6/21/21

9:00

6/25/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Gig poster: Music, Illustration and Design

$195

William Ferrell

DIGITAL ARTS

YG302

6/21/21

1:00

7/2/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Digital Painting in Photoshop - 2 weeks

$365

William Ferrell

DIGITAL ARTS

YG300

6/28/21 9:00

7/2/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Design for a Cause: Social Awareness Posters

$195

William Ferrell

DIGITAL ARTS

YI300

7/5/21

9:00

7/9/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Creature Concept Art

$195

William Ferrell

DIGITAL ARTS

YI308

7/5/21

1:00

7/16/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Graphic Novels - 2 weeks

$365

William Ferrell

DIGITAL ARTS

YG303

7/12/21

9:00

7/16/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Gig poster: Music, Illustration and Design

$195

William Ferrell

DIGITAL ARTS

YG300

7/19/21

1:00

7/23/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Design for a Cause: Social Awareness Posters

$195

William Ferrell

DIGITAL ARTS

YG302

7/19/21

1:00

7/30/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Digital Painting in Photoshop - 2 weeks

$365

William Ferrell

DIGITAL ARTS

YI300

7/26/21

9:00

7/30/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Creature Concept Art

$195

William Ferrell

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CATEGORY CODE

START DATE

START TIME

END DATE

END TIME

DAYS

TITLE

TUITION

INSTRUCTOR

DRAWING

YD302

6/14/21

1:00

6/18/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Sketchbook Workshop

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

DRAWING

YD302

6/14/21

1:00

6/18/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Sketchbook Workshop

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

DRAWING

YD301

6/21/21

9:00

6/25/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Experimental Drawing + Collage

DRAWING

YD305

6/21/21

1:00

6/25/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Teens: Figure Drawing

$195

Danielle Dygert

DRAWING

YD300

6/28/21 9:00

7/2/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Drawing

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

DRAWING

YD302

7/5/21

9:00

7/9/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Sketchbook Workshop

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

DRAWING

YD305

7/5/21

1:00

7/9/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Teens: Figure Drawing

$195

Danielle Dygert

DRAWING

YD301

7/12/21

9:00

7/16/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Experimental Drawing + Collage

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

DRAWING

YD300

7/12/21

1:00

7/16/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Drawing

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

DRAWING

YD302

7/19/21

1:00

7/23/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Sketchbook Workshop

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

DRAWING

YD305

7/26/21

1:00

7/30/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Teens: Figure Drawing

$195

Danielle Dygert

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI301

6/14/21

9:00

6/18/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Cartoons + Comic Art Workshop

ILLUSTRATION

YI302

6/14/21

1:00

6/18/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Character Design

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI303

6/21/21

9:00

6/25/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Concept Sketching

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI305

6/21/21

1:00

6/25/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Fantastic Fan Art

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI301

6/28/21 9:00

7/2/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Cartoons + Comic Art Workshop

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI302

6/28/21 1:00

7/2/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Character Design

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI303

7/5/21

9:00

7/9/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Concept Sketching

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI305

7/5/21

1:00

7/9/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Fantastic Fan Art

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI301

7/12/21

9:00

7/16/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Cartoons + Comic Art Workshop

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI302

7/12/21

1:00

7/16/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Character Design

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI303

7/19/21

9:00

7/23/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Concept Sketching

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI305

7/19/21

1:00

7/23/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Fantastic Fan Art

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI301

7/26/21

9:00

7/30/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Cartoons + Comic Art Workshop

$175

Michael White

ILLUSTRATION

YI302

7/26/21

1:00

7/30/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Character Design

$175

Michael White

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Registration Opens APRIL 1, 2021. Early registration savings of 10% through May 15. For your convenience, all S+DA courses are listed in chronological order by category and start date.

T E E N S : ages 12-18, entering 7th-12th grade CATEGORY CODE

START DATE

START TIME

END DATE

END TIME

DAYS

TITLE

TUITION

INSTRUCTOR

MIXED MEDIA

YM300 6/14/21

9:00

6/18/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Teen Mixed Media Workshop

$175

Sylviane DeRoquebrune

MIXED MEDIA

YM301

7/5/21

1:00

7/9/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Creative Freedom: 2D Open Studio

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

MIXED MEDIA

YM301

7/26/21

9:00

7/30/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Creative Freedom: 2D Open Studio

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

PAINTING

YP300

6/21/21

1:00

6/25/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Painting

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

PAINTING

YP300

7/26/21

1:00:

7/30/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Painting

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

PORTFOLIO

YR300

6/28/21 1:00

7/2/21

3:45

Mon-Fri

Portfolio Development

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

PORTFOLIO

YR300

7/19/21

7/23/21

11:45

Mon-Fri

Portfolio Development

$175

Jeffery Cornwell

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ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTORS

Karen Arango is an independent photographer, videographer, and black and white gelatin silver printer. She earned her bachelor’s degree in photography and digital imaging from Ringling College of Art and Design and completed the general studies photography program at the International Center of Photography in New York City. Karen was selected as one of the 30 Under 30: Women Photographers by Photo Boite. www.karenarango.com Seth Barendse has been working with clay for the past 22 years. He received his bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Oregon College of Art and Craft. Seth has taught ceramics at Booker High School Visual Performing Arts Program, workshops at Wildacres Retreat, and Ringling College of Art and Design, and has been a studio manager at State College of Florida, and the Penland School of Art and Craft. www.sethbarendseceramics.com Dorothea Calvert draws inspiration from science, nature, and news. Her MBA in business administration is balanced by art, her muse. Dorothea’s work is in private collections in Florida, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. She studied with international ceramic artists such as Gertrude Smith, Michael Sherrill, Robert Boomer, and Nick Joerling. Jeffery Cornwell studied fine arts at Ringling College of Art and Design. He is an exhibiting painter whose work is represented by galleries in Florida, Texas, and on the west coast of the United States. He has been teaching Teen Studios at Ringling College for 15 years and is the coordinator of the College’s Summer Teen Studio program. www.jefferycornwell.com Rick Dakan lives, writes, and teaches in Sarasota, Florida, his home and native town. He is the author of over forty books, games, and comics and is a professor of creative writing at the Ringling College of Art and Design. He teaches classes on writing for video games, writing for tabletop games, writing comics, the history of game art, and other fun writing genres.

Sylviane De Roquebrune holds an MFA in visual arts, studio arts, and art education from McGill University (Montreal, Canada), and a BFA in studio arts and art education from Concordia University. Her personal objective is to continue to progress and share her knowledge and experiences as a visual and studio arts educator, while also challenging herself in her work as an artist. She encourages and inspires students to discover and enhance their own artistic abilities and creativity. www.sylvianederoquebruneart.com Danielle Dygert, a Sarasota native, earned a BA from New College of Florida in 2016. Within large-scale oil paintings she depicts the physical manifestation of persona. By unraveling her own shifting personas, she explores sexuality, independence, and self-worth. Danielle is currently working on American Mythos- a socio-political project culminating in a 90-foot oil painting. www.danielledygert.com William Ferrell is an award-winning illustrator, graphic designer, and educator. He earned his BFA in illustration at the Ringling School of Art and Design. Later, he would go on to earn his MFA in illustration from the University of Hartford (CT) and study graphic design at Savannah College of Art and Design (GA). Currently, he is the lead graphic designer for Reef Donkey Fishing and instructs Commercial Art at Braden River High School. www.ferrellart.com Louise Gallagher, a certified life coach, retired from a 25-year psychotherapy practice in Modesto (CA). She has appeared on TV, radio, and in local magazines. Louise has a master’s degree in counseling from California State University, Fullerton. She attended both the University of Southern California and the University of the Pacific for doctoral work in counseling. Graciela Giles, originally from Argentina, has been an active watercolorist and teacher for two decades, earning awards from art societies for her sensitive portrayals of landscapes and people. Her paintings are in private collections internationally and in galleries in Florida and North Carolina. She and her husband Herbie Rose were instrumental in the founding of the Village of the Arts in Bradenton.

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Chandler Howard earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in film from Ringling College of Art and Design. She has worked on commercial and documentary film projects including, The Dark Night and Dynasty. Chandler is an artist-in-residence teaching at Booker Visual & Performing Arts High School, and has been teaching film for Ringling College PreCollege and public programs since 2017. www.linkedin.com/in/chandler-howard-65104a90 Emily Wells holds a bachelor of fine arts degree in ceramics from University of South Florida. “Emmie” is a local Sarasota artist whose work is focused on developing different methods of surface design. Working with ceramics, Emmie creates clean forms that often include quotes and images together. Utilizing multiple methods of ceramic construction such as hand building, wheel throwing, and mold making she is melding traditional practice with proven and experimental surface treatments to create bold, intricate, and interesting results. Michael White graduated in 1985 from the first Illustration class at Ringling College of Art and Design. His clients have included Marvel Comics, Coca-Cola, Amoco Oil, Delta Airlines, Hyatt Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton, and the Atlantis Resort. He has created art for Sarasota Opera House, Tropicana, Child Protection Agency, Circus Sarasota, Sarasota Magazine, and the Humane Society, and drew caricatures at the 2010 Super Bowl. www.michaeljwhiteart.com Tom Winchester is an artist and art critic. He holds a BFA in photography and an MFA in art criticism from the School of Visual Arts (NY). He’s been an adjunct professor in Ringling College of Art and Design’s Photography and Imaging department, and has contributed criticism to publications like The Creative Pinellas Arts Coast Journal, The Miami Rail, Hyperallergic, and M/E/A/N/I/N/G. www.twinchester.com; www.twcritic.com

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WHO ARE W E ? We are Ringling College Continuing Studies (RCCS)

S+DA offer visual arts learning experiences for preteens to adults. Designed to engage students of all levels and advance skills, subjects range from painting, drawing, and ceramics to photography, digital illustration, and more. Classes are held online, as well as on the Ringling College Museum Campus and at Ringling College of Art and Design.

OLLI at Ringling College is a member of the prestigious Osher Lifelong Learning Institute network. OLLI programs include courses, workshops, and lectures. Courses are held year-round online and at the Ringling College Museum Campus. OLLI courses are noncredit and based on a liberal arts curriculum. There are no grades and no tests. Courses are offered purely for the joy of learning.

EAC is the Englewood Art Center; located to the south of Sarasota, EAC focuses on education, exhibitions, and events. In addition to four galleries for exhibitions, the EAC houses two well-equipped 2D studio classrooms, a pottery studio, a digital media studio, and a lending library.

Ringling College PreCollege is a 4-week academic residential program for high school students ages 16-18. Students are enrolled in 2 immersion courses for in-depth study with Ringling faculty and 4 core studio courses to build a strong foundation. Students can also attend a series of elective mini-workshops and enjoy a robust Student Life program while on campus. Students who complete the program successfully earn 3-college credits which are fully transferrable.

W HERE ARE WE? S+DA and OLLI staff and courses are primarily located on the Ringling College Museum Campus. The Museum Campus shares its location with the Sarasota Art Museum, now housed in the historic Sarasota High School. Ringling College Continuing Studies 1001 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34236 (941) 955-8866 | scs@ringling.edu

Englewood Art Center (EAC) 350 South McCall Road, Englewood, FL 34223 (941) 474-5548 | eac@ringling.edu

L E AR N MOR E Online course catalogs: www.ringling.edu/scs

Register for courses: https://rcad.augusoft.net/

Ringling College PreCollege: www.ringling.edu/PreCollege

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1001 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FL 34236-9117

S+DA SUMMER 2021 CLASSES ARE AT BOTH LOCATIONS AND ONLINE For more information, call 941-309-5111

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