Most CE classes continue to be Remote (online). For On Campus and Hybrid classes please read about MassArt COVID Safety Requirements.

We're welcoming students back to campus again for a select few courses and workshops--some fully on site and others hybrid. Check out the COVID Safety Requirements on the MassArt website.

This course teaches students how to communicate original ideas using the geometric principles of design, and helps them to master block pattern structure. Basic garment construction, fundamental draping, and development of couture are covered. These skills are used to translate creative designs into three-dimensional form in both fabric and non-textiles.

Start Date

01/20

Meeting Day

Thursdays

End Date

05/05

Faculty

Andy Chan

Time

6:30pm–10pm

Credits

3

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Design and fabricate individualized place settings, serving dishes, teapots, and vases. Employing hand-building, the potter’s wheel, plaster molds, and various kiln-firing techniques (stoneware, soda, low-fire) students are able to create pottery that is useful as well as personally expressive. Frequent demonstrations, lectures, and dialogue with the instructor enable beginners as … Read more

Start Date

01/20

Meeting Day

Thursdays

End Date

05/05

Faculty

Ben Ryterband

Time

6:30pm–10pm

Credits

3

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An introduction to illustration with an emphasis on observational drawing skills and the process of creating an illustration from concept development to final image. Students will complete illustrations for a variety of markets. Aspects of the professional illustration business will be addressed.

Start Date

01/20

Meeting Day

Thursdays

End Date

05/05

Faculty

John Rego

Time

6:30pm–10pm

Credits

3

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This course teaches students how to communicate original ideas using the geometric principles of design, and helps them to master block pattern structure. Basic garment construction, fundamental draping, and development of couture are covered. These skills are used to translate creative designs into three-dimensional form in both fabric and non-textiles.

Start Date

01/24

Meeting Day

Mondays

End Date

05/09

Faculty

Renee Harding

Time

6:30pm–10pm

Credits

3

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Throughout the ages, wearing a hat has connections to modesty, marriage and status. According to Molly Yestadt; “A hat is an accessory that bridges fashion and art and traditions.” From Egyptian ritual crowns to Coco Chanel’s finely crafted hats of the 19020’s to modern day sculptural works of designer like … Read more

Start Date

01/24

Meeting Day

Mondays

End Date

05/09

Faculty

John DiStefano

Time

6:30pm–10pm

Credits

3

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Comics explores wide ranging subject matter and experimentation. Dive into this accessible medium by exploring different models of content, including: autobiography, adaptation, pantomime and more. Learn how to make comics from a single image to four panels, eight page minis and more. This course will provide students with the technical skills to produce and … Read more

Start Date

01/25

Meeting Day

Tuesdays

End Date

05/03

Faculty

Alan Jennings

Time

6:30pm–10pm

Credits

3

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This course is about visual story-telling, about the traditions and techniques available to artists who create narratives using visual imagery as their primary vehicle of communication. Our ongoing exploration of the fundamental narrative traditions in the history of Western art from painting and sculpture to photography and cinema — will … Read more

Start Date

01/25

Meeting Day

Tuesdays

End Date

05/03

Faculty

David Nolta

Time

6:30pm–9:30pm

Credits

3

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In this workshop students learn to build handmade books from pages to cover, experimenting with a variety of book structures. No experience is required; we will start off with simpler structures and work up to ones that are more complex. Students will learn about books based on the fold, starting … Read more

Start Date

03/19

Meeting Day

Saturday and Sunday

End Date

03/20

Faculty

Alice Stanne

Time

10am–5pm

Credits

0

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