SUMMER SESSION 2020

 

REGISTRATION OPENS 01 APRIL 2020. QUESTIONS & PRE-REGISTRATION
RETURNING studioELL STUDENTS RECEIVE 20% OFF!
Need based financial awards are available.
 
 

D101i Drawing 1 — ONLINE
JUNE – AUGUST 2020 / 10 Weeks / Starts 15 June
This online course will introduce a series of practical drawing exercises in order to develop the way we see in relation to hand-eye coordination. As you set up your on working studio, we will explore line, tone, shape, form and mark-making using predominately charcoal. This course encourages an inventive approach to composition and introduces you to the underlying abstract forces that occur in all visual exploration. Explore the creative possibilities of drawing, gain confidence and broaden your expectations and understanding of the visual.
10 Weeks / 600$
Professor John Ros

F401i Professional Practice Intensive – ONLINE
15 – 26 JUNE 2020 / 2 Weeks
This intensive online course will include a combination of video lectures, assignments and one-on-one discussions with the presenter on a variety of professional practice topics such as: artist resumes/CVs, artist statements, branding, websites and web identities, applying to opportunities, exhibitions, and taxes and liability, (among others). It is developed for all visual artists, regardless of career stage, to establish strategies and provide resources for advancing their career.
2 Weeks / 200$
Professor John Ros

P402i Developing Practice: Independent Study / Mixed Mediums — ONLINE
JUNE – AUGUST 2020 / 10 Weeks / Starts 15 June
Develop your practice or a specific project with more focus and rigor. Developing Practice: Independent Study is intended for artists who want to focus studio time on a specific project or body of work with access to a weekly one-on-one crits with the professor and on-line classroom discussions, no matter what level of higher education or stage in their career.
10 Weeks / 600$
Professor John Ros

D420 Landscape Drawing in Central Park, NYC – NYC @ studioELL
21 – 30 JULY 2020 / TUE & THU, 10a-1p / 2 Weeks
Artists meet in NYC’s Central Park to create a series of en plain air sketches and drawings for six days over two weeks. Let the natural beauty of the city unfold on the page. Dry and wet drawing mediums will be utilized to transform landscape. Direction on perspective, form and composition will be central to the focus of developing a series of sketches and drawings that build upon the unique visual vocabularies of participants. Rain days will be rescheduled.
2 Weeks / 250$
Professor John Ros