FALL 2017 CLASSES
FAVA/AMAM Teen Workshop
(Grades 8 - 12)
w/ Donna Coleman
Tuesdays, 4:00pm - 5:30 pm
September 26 - December 12 (12 classes)
Tuition: FREE, $40 materials fee
We will be looking at objects and art movements in the Allen Memorial Art Museum's collection to get a sense of the ideas, symbols, techniques, and materials used to make art and impart meaning. In the studio, students will use some of the techniques and materials studied to create individual work based on assignments that emphasize both basic skills and a deeper expression of students' ideas and feelings.
Drawing for Teens
(Grades 6 - 10)
w/ Gregory Cross
Thursdays, 4:30pm - 6:00pm
October 26 - December 14 (8 classes)
$100 / $90 for FAVA members
Refine your drawing skills to take your artwork to the next level! A sound foundation in drawing improves your skill in any media and through learning hand-eye coordination and visual problem-solving. Students will engage in a variety of projects and classroom activities.
Black & White Film Basics
(Grades 8 - 12)
w/ Davis Tate
Saturday, November 4, 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Sunday, November 5, 1:00 - 5:00pm
$70/$63 for FAVA members
Delve into the art and science of processing and printing black and white film. Students have the opportunity to work in the FAVA Photo Darkroom with Davis Tate in this 2-day workshop and visit the Allen Memorial Art Museum to view photographs in their collection. All materials and equipment provided, but students are welcome to bring their own film camera to class.
Drawing for Comic Books
(Grades 7 - 12)
w/ David Baker
Sundays, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
September 24 - November 12 (8 classes)
$130 / $117 for FAVA members
The primary goal of this class is to introduce you to traditional western comic book pencil drawing. The main emphasis will be on developing basic drawing skills such as: rendering the human form; facial expression; structural drawing and sketching through various methods and techniques. Other topics covered will include: character building; page composition and layout while stressing the importance of storytelling.