PROGRAM GUIDE Summer 2013
OPEN HOUSE August 10, 5–8 p.m.
Summer ArtCamp for ages 4 to 17, June 10 to August 2—call or visit www.crealde.org for more info.
Ceramics Sale Aug. 9, 7-10 pm; Aug. 10, 4-9 pm
• Classes • Workshops • Adults • Youth • Outreach • Galleries • Gardens • Heritage Center • Winter Park • Winter Garden
William & Alice Jenkins Gallery Recognizing established artists from Florida, the nation, and beyond
Crealdé School of Art is a community-based non-profit art organization established in 1975, featuring an affordable, sequential curriculum of over 100 studio courses and workshops in painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, sculpture and related media for adults and children, with hands-on experience emphasized. Also, Crealdé offers an award-winning scholarship and outreach program to special populations from the diverse Central Florida community. Our two galleries offer changing multi-disciplinary visual art exhibitions by artists from Florida, the nation, and the world. Central Florida’s only contemporary sculpture garden showcases over 60 outdoor pieces of art. A limited number of classes are held at the Jessie Brock Community Center in Winter Garden. Crealdé’s main campus is located off Aloma Avenue at 600 St. Andrews Blvd., Winter Park, FL 32792. The office and galleries are open 9:00–4:00 on Monday–Thursday, and 9:00–1:00 Friday and Saturday. Phone 407-671-1886.
A Program of Crealdé School of Art 642 W. New England Avenue
Winter Park, Florida 32789 U.S.A.
The Hannibal Square Heritage Center 407.539.2680
Crealdé’s community annex represents a partnership with the City of Winter Park, and pays tribute to the past, present and future contributions of Winter Park’s historic African American community through a unique collection of historic photographs and oral histories. Established by Crealdé in 2007, the center also features visual art exhibitions and educational programs that explore Southern folklore and cultural preservation. Visit and share an inspiring history told by the people who have lived it! Free admission. Located in downtown Winter Park at 642 New England Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789. PH: 407-539-2680. Open Tues.–Thurs. 12:00– 4:00, Fri. 12:00–5:00, Sat. 10:00–2:00. The Crealdé campus will be closed July 4th.
2013 Crealdé Sessions Summer Session
June 17 to Aug. 10
Fall I Session
Aug. 19 to Oct. 12
Fall II Session
Oct. 21 to Dec. 14
June 14 to September 2 33rd Annual Juried Student Exhibition. See the creativity, talent and skill of Crealdé’s students! The school’s Program Steering Committee selects some of the year’s best student work in painting, drawing, photography, ceramics and sculpture. Awards will be presented at the Annual Membership Meeting from 7 to 8 p.m., followed by a public reception until 9:30 p.m. on Friday, June 8. Please arrive early for this popular event.
Showalter Hughes Community Gallery Celebrating the art of Crealdé’s community June 14 to Aug. 10, Storytellers XVI: Geneva, Florida. Created in 1996, Crealdé‘s Storytellers outreach program brings dignity to marginalized communities through the artistic expression of teens, who learn the process of documentary photography from perception to exhibition. Storytellers XVI was led by Sherri Bunye and will feature the work of teens from the rural Seminole County community of Geneva, in partnership with the Rural Heritage Center. Funded by the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation. Image: Wheel Wall by Colin Young. August 9 & 10, Cup-A-Thon XXIX and A Starry August Night Open House. A fun fund-raiser where visitors can shop and select from hundreds of ceramic cups and bowls created by Crealdé artists, students and friends. The Cup-A-Thon is held in conjunction with open house, tours of the sculpture garden, live music, refreshments and discounted registration on Fall courses. Cup-A-Thon: Friday, 7-10 p.m. and Saturday, 4-9 p.m., and Open House Saturday 5-8 p.m. August 17 to August 31, Summer ArtCamp Student Exhibition. Since 1982, Crealdé has presented an annual exhibition featuring one work of art from each of the over 300 Summer ArtCamp participants, ages four to 17. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, sculptures and photographs, and is curated by Crealdé’s Summer ArtCamp faculty. Opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, August 17.
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The classes with this icon are held at Crealdé’s community annex, the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, operated in partnership with the City of Winter Park.
Crealdé School of Art
Summer: 6/17–8/10 • 2013
Heritage Center Gallery
Exploring heritage and folklore through the visual arts and humanities April 19 to September 7 Preaching to the Trees and the Animals: The Folk Art of O.L. Samuels. As the opening event for the Folk Art and Craft Festival, the Heritage Center will feature one of America’s most noted folk artists. The Tallahassee artist shows his elaborately carved wood sculptures that manifest his love for the natural world. Curated by Executive Director Peter Schreyer, the exhibition features artwork from the artists personal collection as well as pieces on loan from the Mennello Museum of American Art. Opening lecture with O.L. Samuels, 6 to 7 p.m. at Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, followed by a reception with live blues music from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, April 19. Funded in part through a Tourist Development Grant from Orange County Government. Image: O. L. Samuels, photo by Peter Schreyer.
Crealdé Summer ArtCamp June 10 to August 2 Central Florida’s original ArtCamp, first created in 1982, provides an overview of the fundamentals of art-making as each student learns from professional artists in real art studios. Camps are offered for students ages 4 to 17, who are placed in age-appropriate groups of up to 13 participants. Students explore their creativity in photography, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, and painting and drawing. See our website for a detailed program schedule; privately funded scholarships are also available. Call 407-671-1886.
Ceramics & Sculpture CERAMICS CLASSES
TD122 Beginning Wheel Throwing
Instructor: Vincent Sansone Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 4 Or… Instructor: Barbara Bailey Thursday, 7:00–9:00 p.m. Studio 4 Learn to center, open, and compress clay and throw small cylinders on the potter’s wheel. Trimming, finishing, adding handles, feet, and spouts makes pieces ready to glaze and fire. Members $200 • Non-Members $220
TD135 Clay for the Kid in You
Instructor: Doug Bringle Monday, 1:30–3:30 p.m. Studio 4 Don’t be intimidated by clay. This class gives you the chance to handbuild freely. The projects are explained step by step and based on pieces from children’s classes… anything from functional plates and bowls to animal rattles and lanterns. Come play with clay! Members $200 • Non-Members $220
TD137 Serving Vessels
Instructor: Belinda Glennon Studio 4 Thursday, 1:30–3:30 p.m. 6 weeks, starts June 20 Or... Instructor: Belinda Glennon Winter Garden Tuesday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. 6 weeks Platters, pitchers, bowls and butter dishes. Explore surface texture and form as you build pottery pieces to gather, store and present food. Create hand built, clay vessels that enrich and personalize your everyday rituals. Suitable for all levels. Members/WG Residents $155 • Non-Members $175
Classes are 8 weeks long unless noted. For faculty bios, please see website.
TD237 Get a Grip On It
Instructor: Vincent Sansone Monday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 4 You’ve done the lids so now get a grip on it. That’s right, we’re going to practice handles next, as many variations as we can come up with. We’ll make covered jars with handles, casseroles, baking dishes, etc… The more handles we make, the better they’ll become. So let’s make some pots with lids and handles! Members $210 • Non-Members $230
TD321 Advanced Ceramics
Instructor: Vincent Sansone Wednesday, 7:00–9:00 p.m. Studio 4 An excellent choice for those who are seeking a continuation of skills learned and to develop a personal style and consistency. Working in series and sets is emphasized, as are refining, finishing and glazing skills. Demonstrations meet the specific needs of each student. Prereq: Intermediate Ceramics and Continuing Wheel or similar exp. Image: Rabbit series by Vince Sansone. Members $215 • Non-Members $235
TD172 Hand Building Like the Ancients
Instructor: Doug Bringle Monday, 7:00–9:00 p.m. Studio 4 Or… Friday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 4 Over 10,000 years ago humans started using clay. Jugs, bowls, baskets, platters, teapots, jewelry, tablets, statues, tiles, buildings―these have all been born from clay, a legacy of civilization. Use traditional coil, pinch and slab techniques to continue that legacy, creating vessels which harken back to ancient times. Suitable for all levels. Members $200 • Non-Members $220
A sculpture student displays her work.
TD228 Continuing Wheel Throwing
TD124 Introduction to Sculpture
Instructor: Vadim Malkin Tuesday, 7:00–9:00 p.m. Studio 4 Now that you’re comfortable with centering, let’s really tickle the imagination and create bowls, cups and vases. This course covers all ranges of beginner to advanced levels of wheel throwing, altering and glazing. Members $210 • Non-Members $230
TD231 Design for Pottery
Instructor: Vincent Sansone Wednesday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 4 Applying good design principles to your pots is the first step towards success. Discussions about design in general and the completed class projects will be a part of each class. We will complete four projects during the session. The last project will be one of your choice to apply the design principles discussed in class. Prerequisite: Beginning Handbuilding. Members $210 • Non-Members $230
TD173 Introduction to Jewelry Design
Instructor: Stefan Alexandres Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Studio 7 Four week classes begin on June 15 or July 13. Learn fabrication methods to design and create wearable jewelry in copper, brass, and silver. Processes include filigree, stone setting, soldering, filing, embossing, coloring, and polishing. Tools for class use provided, and a list of tools for a jewelry studio set up is available. Members $205 • Non-Members $225
Weekend Workshops Date Night Ceramics – New!
with Vadim and Meredith Malkin Studio 4, Friday, 7:00–9:00 p.m. July 6 or August 3. Registration deadline one week prior. Clay is like a relationship; it must be pinched, molded, and designed in order to become ever-lasting. The hosts will walk you and your partner through clay projects that will be sure to make a fantastic date night. Beginners welcome; materials included. Be ready to get messy and bring some wine, we’ll provide the snacks and have a great time! Date Night takes place on the first Friday each month. $90 per couple #WKT23 Vadim Malkin is an exhibiting and award winning artist who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics from the University of Florida. He teaches adult and youth ceramics at Crealdé, and will be joined by his wife Meredith in hosting the Date Night workshops. Image above: Candlesticks by Vadim Malkin.
“Mask”arade: Clay Wall Hangings
Instructor: David Cumbie Thursday, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Studio 6 Students will work in clay creating face masks, heads and figures to be fired in the kiln. Mold making and casting will be demonstrated as part of the session. Clay will be available for purchase at the class. Members $200 • Non-Members $220
TD225 Continuing Sculpture Studies
Instructor: David Cumbie Friday, 10:00 a.m.–12 p.m. Studio 6 Or... Tuesday, 7:30–9:30 p.m. David will assist intermediate and advanced-level students with ideas related to their personal sculpture projects. Problem solving and discovering new materials and techniques will be a part of each class. In addition, bronze casting and welding will be offered with the approval of the instructor. Prerequisite: Beginning Sculpture or similar experience. Members $215 • Non-Members $235
with Doug Bringle. Studio 4, August 18 & 25, 1:00–4:00 p.m. Make and decorate a clay mask to suit your fancy: animal or human, grotesque or romantic, scary or friendly. Directions are clear to help beginners create special wall pieces. This is a Parent/child workshop for ages 5 & up. #WKYA14 Members $100 • Non-Members $120 Doug Bringle exhibits his award-winning ceramics at shows throughout Central Florida. He is a Senior Faculty Member in the adult and youth programs at Crealdé. Image above: Mayan Mask by Doug Bringle.
Cup-A-Thon XXIX Ceramics Sale August 9, 7 to 10 pm August 10, 4 to 9 pm Crealdé School of Art
Painting & Drawing PD101 Intro to Drawing
Instructor: Sherwood Myers Thursday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1B Or... Friday, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Studio 1B Designed for beginning drawing students, this class introduces the basic fundamentals and principals of drawing skills. Using the pencil as a medium for execution, students will also explore different drawing techniques and materials available to them. Proportions, basic perspective skills, light and shadow and edges are the main focus for this class. Members $200 • Non-Members $220
PD102 Intro to Drawing & Painting
Instructor: Helen Hickey Thursday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1A Or... Instructor: Barbara Young Saturday, 4:30–6:30 p.m. Studio 1A Open to beginning students, this is an introduction to the fundamentals of art. Various drawing and painting techniques will be sampled, using different media including watercolors, acrylics, and oils. Many supplies are provided. Members $205 • Non-Members $225
PD103 Drawing I
Instructor: Marie Orban Tuesday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1A Drawing I covers basic principles of drawing and composition. Students will learn techniques of measuring angles and proportions to create accurate line drawings, techniques of shading to create light and volume, and principles of composition to create dynamic, engaging images. Members $195 • Non-Members $215
PD105 Intro to Printmaking
Instructor: David Hunter Tuesday 6:00–9:00 p.m. 6 weeks Studio 1B For new students focus will be on relief printmaking including materials and techniques for linocuts. Monochromatic printing from single blocks and color printing from multiple blocks and reduction techniques will be covered. Learn to print from relief blocks on an etching press as well as small relief presses and barens. Advantages of different printmaking papers as well as oil-based and water-based inks will be discussed and demonstrated. Returning students can work in their own direction. Limited to 8 participants. Members $245 • Non-Members $265
PD107 Perspective Made Simple
Instructor: Sherwood Myers Thursday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 1A Or... Saturday, 1:30–3:30 p.m. Heritage Center This course will cover the principles of perspective and will help to give the student and professional artist a firm grasp on the basics and a solid foundation for understanding the optical world and how it works. The goal of this course is to provide an accessible visual approach to perspective drawing, which is a valuable tool for artists and designers. Members $195 • Non-Members $215
PD115 Intro to Acrylic Painting
Instructor: Susan Govatos Monday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1B Acrylic paint is a versatile art material with a wide range of techniques and possibilities. This class will focus on ways to handle this medium with emphasis not only on basic techniques, but also composition and color. Teaching includes demonstration, examining the work of other artists, and
Crealdé School of Art
Classes are 8 weeks long unless noted. For faculty bios, please see our website. adaptation to the student’s unique style and abilities. Prerequisite: Basic drawing knowledge and experience is helpful. Members $195 • Non-Members $215
PD118 Intro to Pastels
Instructor: Helen Hickey Thursday 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 1B This class will explore many approaches to this versatile medium, including traditional, experimental, and mixed media. A good course for both beginning and advanced students. Prereq: Intro to Drawing & Painting or similar background. Members $195 • Non-Members $215
PD119 Intro to Oil Painting
Instructor: Berto Ortega Monday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. 8 weeks Studio 1A Or... Instructor: Kathy Chenet Friday 1:00–4:00 p.m. 6 weeks Studio 1B Each week beginners as well as advanced painters will be covering specific painting principles, such as drawing, values, composition, color theory and mixing, edgework, and brush and paint application. 8 weeks: Members $195 • Non-Members $215 6 weeks: Members $225 • Non-Members $245
PD135 Old Master Oil Painting
Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig Monday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 1B Students will learn to use updated versions of the techniques of Rembrandt, Velazquez and Vermeer to accurately depict light effects, create three dimensional space and to achieve vibrant color. The techniques of glazing, scumbling and wet into wet painting will be demonstrated. Some drawing experience is recommended for this course. Members $200 • Non-Members $220
PD139 Still Life & Figure in Pastel NEW!
Instructor: Orit Reuben Saturday, 3:30–6:00 p.m. 6 weeks Studio 1B In this class students will explore a value based pastel painting approach on sanded pastel paper. Students will practice painting still lifes, portraits and figures, with a focus on pastel technique, composition, draftsmanship and additional concepts. Prereq: Drawing I, Life Drawing or similar exp. Members $200 • Non-Members $220
PD201 Life Drawing
Instructor: Marie Orban Tuesday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 1A Students explore figurative drawing through line contour, fast gesture studies, and longer sustained poses. Also covered are compositional and expressive issues involved in drawing the figure. Prereq: Drawing II or similar experience. Members $220 • Non-Members $240
PD030 Open Studio: Figure
with Terri Rickerson Friday, 1:00–3:30 p.m. Studio 1A Students work in any medium from a live model who holds one pose the entire session. No instruction provided. No pre-registration needed. Fee: $10 per session
PD031 Open Studio: Life Drawing
with Paul McNear Sunday, 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 1A Students work from a live model. Session begins with quick gestures, moving to longer poses. No instruction provided. No pre-registration needed. Fee: $10 per session
Summer: 6/17–8/10 • 2013
PD202 Portrait Drawing
Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig Monday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1A Students learn the technical aspects of drawing the human head from a live model and other sources. Working in pencil and charcoal, students also are encouraged to explore the genre’s expressive possibilities. Members $220 • Non-Members $240
PD226 Quick Sketch Drawing NEW!
Instructor: Sherwood Myers Friday, 1:30–3:30 p.m. Studio 7 Or... Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 Heritage Center In this exciting class students explore different techniques for quick sketching (rapid visualization). Learn to make quick sketches of views or ideas, which is an important part of planning a painting. Useful to illustrate design ideas for architects, interior designers, designers, artists or sculptors. The focus of this class is to sharpen perception of proportions, perspective, light and shadow. Adding color will also be discussed using color markers, colored pencils and watercolor. Field trips included. Prereq: Intro to Drawing or similar experience. Members $210 • Non-Members $230
PD230 Landscape Painting
Instructor: Kathy Chenet Saturday, 1:00-4:00 p.m. 6 weeks Studio 1A Paint landscapes in the studio from photographs as well as paint outdoors, on-site. Learn to use a limited palette to mix colors for the landscape, composition, linear and aerial perspective to create depth in your paintings, and how to combine these skills to paint light and shadow. Oil paint is preferred but all painting media are acceptable. Prereq: Experience in chosen medium. Members $230 • Non-Members $250
PD242 Advanced Painting Oil or Acrylic
Instructor: Barbara Tiffany Friday, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 6 weeks Studio 1A Each student will work on individual projects with full guidance from Barbara on projects designed to help the student learn their own unique style with observation skills, color relationships, color mixing, the importance of light and shadow and more. Members $225 • Non-Members $245
PD243 Simple Contemporary Still Life Painting In Oil or Acrylic NEW!
Instructor: Barbara Tiffany Wednesday, 6:00–9:00 p.m. 6 weeks Studio 1B Each week you will go from start to finish on one small painting using your own props. Simple design, cropping and careful color planning are keys for a successful painting. Some drawing and painting experience required. Members $230 • Non-Members $250
PD305 Portrait Painting
Instructor: Don Sondag Wednesday, 6:45–9:45 p.m. 6 weeks Studio 1A Working directly from a live model, students will establish proportions and bone structure. Using either oils or acrylics students will concentrate on drawing, value and color to develop their paintings, with an emphasis placed on achieving a likeness. Tuition includes model fees. Prereq: Intro to Oils, Fundamentals of Color, Portrait Drawing or similar experience. Members $255 • Non-Members $275
Classes are 8 weeks long unless noted. For faculty bios, please see our website.
PH273 Retouch Portraits w/Photoshop
The following courses teach the art and techniques of digital photography using contemporary Single Lens Reflex cameras, including the use of programs such as PhotoShop.
PH147 Digital Photography I
Instructor: Rick Lang, Jon Manchester or Michael van Gelder Monday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 3 Monday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 3 Tuesday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 3 Wednesday, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 Heritage Center Monday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Learn the basics of digital photography. Topics include resolution, digital controls, composition, lighting, and lens use, enabling you to make better photographs. Members $195 • Non-Members $215
PH148 Digital Photography II
Instructor: Rick Lang, Jon Manchester or Michael van Gelder Tuesday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 3 Tuesday, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Heritage Center Thursday, 5:30– 7:30 p.m. Studio 3 Wednesday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Students delve deeper into composition, lighting, flash, and special equipment. Manipulating images for printing or posting online are covered. Prereq: Digital Photo I or similar experience. Members $195 • Non-Members $215
Instructor: Riku Hulkkonen Thursday, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Heritage Center Learn to complete digital captures and transform portrait images into compelling statements of creative style. Learn corrective retouching techniques and style effects that can be applied to the face and body as well as to an entire scene. Students will learn through class discussions, hands on work in class and homework assignments. Students must have access to Adobe Photoshop, understanding of layers and tools. Experience in making portraits with a digital camera using RAW file format recommended. A 4 GB thumb drive or another electronic storage device is suggested. Prereq: Basic Photoshop or similar exp. Members $210 • Non-Members $230
PH364 Location Portrait Photography
Instructor: Riku Hulkkonen Thursday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Studio 5 Learn to create compelling portraits in various environments utilizing natural light, strobes, continuous light sources as well as reflectors and other light shaping tools. We’ll work together as a team with real people as models in real situations and learn how to systematically plan the photo session and work with the model. Prereq: Basic Portraiture or similar exp. Members $215 • Non-Members $235
Instructor: Jon Manchester Wednesday, 7:00–9:00 p.m. Heritage Center Using lightroom and Photoshop (Standard or Elements) students will learn the fundamentals of image processing with two of today’s most popular image processing tools. Two basic image enhancement workflows will be covered. The first workflow will combine the best features of Lightroom and Photoshop, the second workflow will be a Photoshop only workflow. Other topics will include: creating and maintaining an image archive, effective use of metadata, preparing images for online publishing, and preparing images for printing. Prereq: Digital Photo I. Members $210 • Non-Members $230
with Stacy Barter, in Studio 1A. Learn to paint figurative subjects by exploring how color, and warm and cool temperatures affect flesh tones. Emphasis is placed on finding accuracy, while bravely leaving fresh and expressive passages consisting of lost edges and merging values. This will be an energetic, fun experience, providing plenty of guidance and one-on-one instruction. We will be working from the nude, draped and clothed figure, doing short studies in oil and building up to longer three-hour model sessions. #WKP17. Stacy Barter has received Awards of Excellence at both the National and Regional Oil Painters of America shows, and her paintings are widely collected. Members $345 • Non-Members $365
Roseate spoonbill by Milton Heiberg
WG/PH241 Photo III
Instructor: Peter Schreyer Thursday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Landscape, portrait and documentary photography themes are examined through lectures, slide presentations, assignments, critiques and field trips. A special session and field trip on night photography are also featured. Designed for the visual and photographic growth of intermediate level students working in color or black and white, film or digital. Prereq: Photo II, Digital Photo II or similar exp. Members $210 • Non-Members $230
PH358 Nature Photography
PB373 Showing Your Art in Galleries
Instructor: Rick Lang Thursday, 7:45–9:45p.m. Studio 3 Students will learn how to write a resume, artist statement and photograph their art work to make exhibition proposals. Different types of exhibition venues will be explored along with how to approach those venues. Students will learn how to use juried shows to build resumes and to get press to further their artistic careers. Members $210 • Non-Members $230
Weekend Painting Workshop Expressive Figure in Oil
These courses offer students the opportunity for in-depth exploration of various photographic topics and themes, applicable to digital or film, color or black and white photography.
Instructor: Milton Heiberg Tuesday, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Studio 5 Field Trips on Saturdays. Learn skills to improve your nature photography. Subjects include approaching and photographing wildlife, flash and close-ups. Students practice their new skills on four Saturday field trips. Prereq: Photo II or similar experience. Members $215 • Non-Members $235
PH258 Basic Image Processing
August 12, 13, 14, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Combined Digital & Film
Boardwalk #2, Daytona, Florida by Rick Lang
Designed to teach basics of photography with a camera that uses film; eventually leading to the art and techniques of processing traditional black and white photographs in the darkroom.
PH144 B&W Film Darkroom
with Peter Schreyer Monday. 7:00–9:00 p.m. Studio 5 An introduction to the fundamentals of black and white photography, including film processing and printing. During weekly assignments and supervised darkroom time, students will familiarize themselves with black and white film, chemistry, enlarging paper, and contrast filters. Prerequisite: Photo II or similar experiences. Tuition: Members $200 • Non-Members $220
Photography Workshop Wedding Photography
With Patrick Van Dusen Saturday, August 3, 2013, 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. Students will learn what it takes to start and operate a wedding photography business. Patrick will take students through the concepts of finding customers, working with them, preparing for the wedding, shooting the wedding, making the final product and selling reprints. This class is designed for photographers who want to find out what is needed to become a successful wedding photographer. #WKPH4 Patrick Van Dusen is a faculty member at Daytona State College and has worked as a professional wedding photographer for over 20 years. Members $125 • Non-Members $145
Crealdé School of Art
Introduction to Digital Photography: 3 Hour Workshops $35 each Workshop Instructors Rick Lang, Frank Mardle, Jon Manchester Designed to educate students about their specific cameras, these weekly workshops provide an overview of menus and usage for better control of your photographs. Some in this series feature information about different genres such as travel and people photography, others focus on computer software and working with digital images. Offered in partnership with Colonial Photo & Hobby; You may register there or at Crealdé. Held in Studio 3, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Winter Garden Classes
Basic Concepts: Digital Photography Wednesday, 6/19 Rick Lang Basic Concepts of Workflow Friday, 8/2 RIKU Canon Digital Rebel Friday, 6/21, 8/9
Canon 20D–60D & 7D Friday, 7/12
Canon Flash System Friday, 7/19
Nikon D7000 & D600 Friday, 6/28
Summer: 6/16–8/4 • 2012 PAINTING & DRAWING WG/PD102 Intro To Drawing & Painting Instructor: Cat Hempel Thursdays, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Open to beginning students as an introduction to the fundamentals of art while sampling various drawing and painting techniques using different media, including watercolors, acrylics, and oils. Tuition includes most materials and supplies. Members/WG Residents $205 Non-Members $225
WG/PD104 Watercolor I Crealdé School of Art, in partnership with the City of Winter Garden, offers a series of photography, painting & drawing, sculpture & ceramics classes for adults at the Jessie Brock Community Center at 310 N. Dillard Street, located 4 blocks from the historic downtown area. For directions call 407-656-4155. Register through Crealdé at 407-671-1886 or www.crealde.org.
CERAMICS & SCULPTURE
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Olympus Pen Friday, 7/26
Classes are 8 weeks unless noted. PHOTOGRAPHY WG/PH147 Digital Photography I
Instructor: Michael van Gelder Monday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Learn the basics of digital photography. Topics include resolution, digital controls, composition, lighting, and lens use, enabling you to make better photographs. Members/WG Residents $195 • Non-Members $215
WG/PH148 Digital Photography II
WG/PH241 Photo III
Instructor: Cat Hempel Wednesdays, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Learn techniques of paint handling, color mixing, mediums, glazing and toning through assignments and demonstrations. Repeat students are welcome to work independently with the instructor’s help. Members/WG Residents $195 Non-Members $215
Forest, watercolor by Prayong Deeying
Nikon D800 Wednesday, 8/7
WG/PD119 Introduction To Oil Painting
Instructor: Belinda Glennon Winter Garden Tuesday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. 6 week course Platters, pitchers, bowls and butter dishes. Explore surface texture and form as you build pottery pieces to gather, store and present food. Create hand built, clay vessels that enrich and personalize your everyday rituals. Suitable for all levels. Members/WG Residents $155 • Non-Members $175
Instructor: Trish O’Donnell (Ages 5-10) Saturdays, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Winter Garden Do you like to draw and paint? Explore the many ways to make art using pastels, paints, watercolors and other materials. A fun introductory experience for fledgling artists. Members/WG Residents $95, Non-Members $115
Nikon Flash System: Wednesday, 7/17
Instructor: Michael van Gelder Wednesday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Students delve deeper into composition, lighting, flash, and special equipment. Manipulating images for printing or posting online is covered. Prereq: Digital Photo I or similar experience. Members/WG Residents $195 • Non-Members $215
WG/TD137 Serving Vessels
WG/YAP101 Pint-Size Picassos
Nikon D3000/3100 Wednesday, 7/3, 7/24
Instructor: Prayong Deeying Mondays, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Explore the classical world of watercolor and develop a firm grounding in traditional approaches and techniques. See Prayong’s painting below. Members/WG Residents $195 Non-Members $215
Note: Self-motivated young adults (ages 14-17) are welcome to enroll in ceramics classes.
YOUNG ARTISTS PROGRAM
Nikon D5000/5100 Wednesday, 7/10
WG/YAP202 Creating with Clay
Instructor: Belinda Glennon (ages 8-12) Tuesdays, 3:00–4:30 p.m. Winter Garden Bring your imagination and explore the plasticity of clay as you use hand building techniques to build functional pots and whimsical sculptures. Embellish them with glazes and take home your own ceramic keepsakes. Build your skills with new projects each session. Members/WG Residents $115, Non-Members $135
Summer: 6/17–8/10 • 2013
Instructor: Peter Schreyer Thursday, 6:00–8:00 p.m. Winter Garden Landscape, portrait and documentary photography themes are examined through lectures, slide presentations, assignments, critiques and field trips. A special session and field trip on night photography are also featured. Designed for the visual and photographic growth of intermediate level students working in color or black and white, film or digital. Prereq: Photo II, Digital Photo II or similar experience. Members/WG Residents $210 • Non-Members $230
Crealdé Registration: Summer 2013 Registration/Tuition: Registrations are taken on a first come, first served basis. Most classes and workshops are limited to 15 participants or less. A minimum of 3 students is required for a class to take place. If fewer than 3 students, a full refund will be issued to the student and class will be cancelled. Please return a completed and signed registration form to the Crealdé office online, in person, by mail, or by Fax. You can also register by phone using a major credit card. Telephone registration confirms acceptance of Crealdé’s registration and withdrawal policies. Registration Deadline: Noon on the business day prior to first class meeting. Student Name
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Membership Your annual membership with Crealdé provides support for outreach programs for special populations, scholarships, educational exhibitions, and maintains the affordability of classes and workshops. In return, membership enables you to actively participate in the arts with such benefits as discounted registration fees and invitations to gallery receptions, special lectures and members only events. To join Crealdé’s more than 1,200 individual, family and corporate members, check the box on the registration form and begin enjoying your member benefits immediately! You can use this form to become a member even if you are not taking a class this term. Thank you for supporting the arts in Central Florida.
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Early Bird Discount (expires May 25, does not apply to ArtCamp); $15 off classes only, one ea. $
Withdrawal and Refund Policy • Refunds must be requested by noon the day before the first class. A refund will be issued less a $15 processing fee. • Refund requests made after the start of the first class will not be honored; see below for credits. • Withdrawal from class for credit must be requested before start of the second class. A class credit will be issued if requested no later than 24 hours prior to the start of the second class. Class credits are good for the two terms immediately following the original term. • Refund for workshops is full tuition less processing fee. No refunds will be made after the registration deadline. • Class transfers must also be completed no later than 24 hours prior to the start of the second class. Transfers after the first class but before the second class will be assessed a processing fee based on member or non-member status. Transfers, refunds and credits are not available after the second class. These policies apply regardless of attendance status.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Cecelia Bonifay, President Kevin Cosgrove, Vice President Frank Schornagle III, Treasurer Toni Peck, Secretary
Ali Bovis Valada Flewellyn Wes Featherston Dean Jennings Penny Jordan Percy Maynard
ADMINISTRATION Peter Schreyer Executive Director
Robin Berrie Marketing Manager
Rick Lang Director of Photography
Jan Hurt Registrar & Office Manager
Vincent Sansone Director of Ceramics & Sculpture
Nicole Fournier Accounting Manager
Henry Sinn Director of Painting & Drawing Barbara Chandler Heritage Center Manager Fairolyn Livingston Heritage Center Historian
Back cover: Guitars, sculpture by David Cumbie; Peter Schreyer conducting the Yearling Trail workshop, photo by Laurie Hagemaier. Cover artwork: Jacksonville Beach painting by Cat Hempel; bronze of a Florida Panther in the Sculpture Garden, by Terri Erlsten; getting ready for the Cup-A-Thon; bronze cauldron, photo by Ken Naigus; Peter photographing at Penland, photo by Betsy Schreyer.
Betsy Schreyer Grant Writer
David Cumbie Contemporary Sculpture Garden Curator
The Community Foundation of Central Florida
Belinda Glennon Young Artist Program Coordinator
The Orlando Magic Youth Foundation
Carlo Jannotti Facilities Manager
Darden Restaurants Foundation
The Florida Humanities Council The Nelson Family Trust The St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund
Crealdé School of Art is a non-profit art organization supported in part by memberships; United Arts of Central Florida; the City of Winter Park; Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program; the State of Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs; The Florida Arts Council; The National Endowment for the Arts; and various private foundations.
The Target Foundation The Winter Park Health Foundation The Winter Park Rotary Club