Summer classes held between May 21 and June 12.
Save $10 by registering before May 11. Registration closes the Wednesday before each class starts.
Location: Bullen Arts Center 43 S. Main, Logan – 2nd floor, S.E. corner Art Studio
CONCEPTUAL ART has been cancelled.
MARK-MAKING/STYLE – for Teens & Adults
May 29, 30, 31 (TWR) from 6-8pm $60 (supplies provided)
Each class will study an art movement of the late 19th and early 20th century (post realism) by hands on replication of marks. By learning the variety of marks these artists used, you can create your own unique vocabulary – your own style! Suggested for teen and adult artists.
ABSTRACTION/ERIC CARLE – for all ages
Jun 4 & 5 (MT) from 3-5pm $45+$4 materials fee
Inspired by the work of storybook artist Eric Carle, we will explore tissue paper painting and collage. This class is open to all ages and could make for a very fun environment. Adults will learn how to make abstract images from realistic references and kids will learn how to play with color and shape. And most of all, we will all inspire each other!
COLOR THEORY – for Teens & Adults
Jun 4 & 5 (MT) from 6-8pm $45+$13 materials fee
Here, we will work from the teaching of Yale color theorist Josef Albers. In the first class, we will work with paper color swatches to learn basic illusions and create a small work in paper. The second class we will learn about techniques for color balance (dominant and emphasis strategies) that can apply to any art work. Suggested for teens and adults.
ABSTRACTION/CUBISTS – for all ages
Jun 11 & 12 (MT) from 3-5pm $45+$10 materials fee
Inspired by the work of analytical cubists, we will learn how to use bold line and color to draw abstracted figures. This class is open to all ages and could make for a very fun environment. We will draw each other in this style. Adults will be given art, historical, and technical advice. Kids will be encouraged to have fun and learn intuitively. And, most of all, we will all inspire each other!
COMPOSITION – for Teens & Adults
Jun 11 & 12 (MT) from 6-8pm $45+$4 materials fee
We will learn five common ways to arrange a composition. We will begin with abstract composition to learn the basics through use of painted tissue collage. Then we will move into more complex compositions which incorporate realistic elements through use of photographic collage and paint. All of the previous will be supplemented with art historical examples. Suggested for teens and adults.