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 for a few select courses and workshops--some fully on site and others hybrid. Check out the COVID Safety Requirements on the MassArt website.

An introduction to the basic glassblowing techniques used to make vessels and sculptural forms. Throughout the course, progressively more difficult assignments teach new concepts and develop students’ skills. Group glassblowing clinics encourage teamwork. Historical and contemporary glass techniques, designs, and applications are discussed and incorporated into student work. No previous … Read more

Start Date

01/03

Meeting Day

Week 1: Tue through Sat; Week 2: Mon through Thu

End Date

01/12

Faculty

Josie Gluck

Time

8am–4pm

Credits

3

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This class is fully enrolled.

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Rich and expressive, monotype joins the graphic qualities of printmaking with the spontaneity of painting. This hands-on workshop teaches the basics of chine colle, pronto plate, collagraph, as well as other processes, and explores the sequential possibilities of monotype to develop images conceptually and formally. Image-making methods, ink handling, print … Read more

Start Date

01/06

Meeting Day

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

End Date

01/08

Faculty

David Bligh

Time

Fri, 6:30-9:30pm; Sat and Sun, 9:30am-2:30pm–

Credits

0

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In this introductory, course participants will learn how to design and carve wooden utensils. Students will be shown how to safely and efficiently use the bandsaw as well as hand tools such as gouges, rasps, files, scrapers, and a variety of handsaws. Whether it’s spoons, spatulas, forks, knives, or something … Read more

Start Date

01/06

Meeting Day

Friday and Saturday

End Date

01/07

Faculty

Ellen Adams

Time

10am–2pm

Credits

0

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This two-day workshop will be an introduction to seeing and drawing the three dimensions around you. Based on principles conceived by artists of the Renaissance, we will experiment with ways to capture in sketchbook drawings what you observe in reality. The focus will be on freehand drawing, creating convincing depth, and finding … Read more

Start Date

01/07

Meeting Day

Saturday and Sunday

End Date

01/08

Faculty

John Roman

Time

Sat, 9am-1pm at MassArt, Sun, 10am-2pm, at the MFA–

Credits

0

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 In this introduction to lapidary course participants will learn how to transform rough stone into jewelry-ready cabochons. Learn the basics of identifying rocks and develop an understanding of how the mohs hardness scale affects cutting/cabbing an stone work. Students will be carefully shown how to safely operate trim saws, a diamond … Read more

Start Date

01/07

Meeting Day

Saturday

End Date

01/07

Faculty

Allison Keast

Time

9am–4pm

Credits

0

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Over the course of a six hour day, students will work from a live model learning to draw and understand basic human anatomy. The first half of the day will be dedicated to linear drawing using pencil, the second  half of the day is dedicated to value drawing using charcoal.

Start Date

01/08

Meeting Day

Sunday

End Date

01/08

Faculty

Brett Gamache

Time

10am–4pm

Credits

0

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In this hands-on woodworking class, students will work with white ash to build a Danish cord footstool. Students will start off by building the bench base and learn about mortise and tenon joinery and domino construction. Students will use both machines and hand tools to build the base. From there they will learn about … Read more

Start Date

01/13

Meeting Day

Friday and Saturday

End Date

01/14

Faculty

Ellen Kaspern

Time

9am–4pm

Credits

0

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