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

Painting students are part of an intense working environment where they can pursue their own direction. Painting courses and workshops encourage diverse practice and foster independent creative thinking and making. Students are part of a unique learning environment that allows for independent thought as well as collaboration and critique.

Drawing Through a Digital Lens: Image Creation in the Information Age is a course that explores how the digital era influences an artist’s studio practice. Through both abstract and representational imagery, participants will develop their own styles within a framework of new ideas, tools, and approaches to painting and drawing. Participants will use traditional … Read more

Start Date

01/03

Meeting Day

Week 1: Tuesday-Friday, Week 2: Monday through Friday

End Date

01/13

Faculty

Andrew Fish

Time

10am–6pm

Credits

3

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Traditionally, watercolor is a light-to-dark medium. Light washes are built up gradually in order to achieve rich tones. The focus of this course is to explain that when beginning a painting with the application of pre-mixed, middle value, transparent wet-on-wet watercolor washes, artists can create images that exude “instant” atmosphere, … Read more

Start Date

01/09

Meeting Day

Monday and Friday and individually by arrangement during the week

End Date

01/13

Faculty

Irena Roman

Time

Monday and Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm–

Credits

0

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watercolor painting of pans

Discover the possibilities of working with dry and water-based materials. Dry media includes pencil, colored pencils, China marker. For wet media we use:  watercolor, gouache, acrylics, etc. as well as interesting mediums such as Pe masking fluid and gesso. Gain skills in a variety of techniques, then experiment with mixing mediums in non-traditional … Read more

Start Date

01/10

Meeting Day

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

End Date

01/12

Faculty

Yo Ahn Han

Time

9:30am–2:30pm

Credits

0

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