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Artsperience 2004

This year, Artsperience, Canadore College’s Summer School of the Arts, is offering a variety of exciting and creative courses. Choose from a wide range of courses for the inspiring artist, including painting, photography, sculpture and woodcarving, or sign up for our youth programs which include music workshops, computer camps and dance. All courses are taught by highly regarded, practicing professional artists.


Pastel Portraiture

Intended for both the beginner and advanced student, this course will cover portraiture using chalk pastels. Beginning with a review or portrait drawing and pastel painting, this course will first emphasize observational accuracy in drawing, colour and value. The latter part of the week will be open for more interpretive and experimental works, including mixed media.

CEA 378 Section 40: Classroom
Location: College Drive Campus
Instructor: Bruce St. Clair
Fee: $220
Material Fee: A material list will be provided upon registration
Dates: July 5 to 9; 8:30 am to 5:30 pm


Painting Studio Practice

This course presents the opportunity for artists at every stage of development to work and learn in a studio environment. Students will be encouraged to pursue their own project and chosen medium (oil, watercolour, acrylic, pastel or drawing media). Individual attention and group instruction will be offered in all areas including theory, concepts and technique. Some outdoor painting may be included.

CEA379 Section 40: Classroom
Location: College Drive Campus
Instructor: Bruce St. Clair
Fee: $214
Dates: July 12 to 16; 8:30 am to 5:30 pm


Oil to Acrylic- Drawing & Mixed Media II

This is a continuation of Drawing, and Drawing & Mixed Media I. Students use their prior experience to develop those skills to which they have already been introduced. Emphasis is placed on developing the drawing into a painting. This course will guide the student through a variety of drawing and media and techniques, both dry and wet to focus on painting in oil and/or acrylic. The painting approach for these two media is very similar, and they can even be effectively combined in the same painting, acrylic may also be used virtually as watercolour. The course will also review seeing/drawing skills and composition, and explore how to work with photo references. Pencil and white paper only needed for the first class; supply list to be discussed in class.

ART206 Section 40: Classroom
Location: College Drive Campus
Instructor: Bruce St. Clair
Fee: $214.00
Dates: July 26 to 30; 8:30 am to 5:30 pm


Watercolour II*

This advanced workshop will refine, develop and perfect the watercolour techniques covered in Watercolour I. Methods of reproduction of subject matter from photographs and original watercolour paints will be covered, and emphasis will be placed on developing the styles and approaches of each participant. *This course is part of the Crafts and Design Diploma program.

ART280 Section 41: Classroom
Location: College Drive Campus
Instructor: Bruce St. Clair
Fee: $220
Material Fee: A material list will be provided upon registration
Prerequisite: Watercolour I or previous watercolour experience
Dates: July 19 to 23; 8:30 am to 5:30 pm

 
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