CALLIGRAPHY with Jean Beaver

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Calligraphy is a learned art form.  Anyone can learn with instruction and practice. Students will become familiar with use of a broad-edged pen nib and will learn two beautiful alphabets.  Instructor will show examples of calligraphy usage.

JBE01118 Thu 01/11/18 to 02/08/18 9-11am All $100 mem / $150 non-mem + $25 instr. supply fee
JBE022218 Thu 02/22/18 to 03/22/18 9-11am All $100 mem / $150 non-mem + $25 instr. supply fee
JBE040518 Thu 04/05/18 to 05/03/18 9-11am All $100 mem / $150 non-mem + $25 instr. supply fee

Instructor Bio
For over thirty five years Jean attended many workshops taught by famous calligraphers and studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art. She taught at two art centers in the Cleveland area and at the Center for the Arts Bonita Springs and at Bentley Village. She has had a free-lance calligraphy business for many years.

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Intro to Lampworking with Robert Dworkin

Intro to Lampworking – Learn the basics of creating glass objects with a stationary propane/oxygen torch and create unique glasswork. Techniques for applying color and methods of decoration will be demonstrated, with plenty of individual guidance. No experience necessary. *Studio fee includes all tools, propane, and oxygen as well as a basic supply of glass. Students may purchase additional glass online.

DWO110217 Thur 11/02/17 to12/07/17 (no 11/23) 6-9pm All
$150 mem / $200 non-mem+$85 Studio Fee

DWO011118 Thur 01/11/18 to 02/08/18 6-9pm All
$150 mem / $200 non-mem+$85 Studio Fee

DWO022218 Thur 02/22/18 to 03/22/18 6-9pm All
$150 mem / $200 non-mem+$85 Studio Fee

DWO040518 Thur 04/05/18 to 05/03/18 6-9pm All
$150 mem / $200 non-mem+$85 Studio Fee

Rob took his first glassblowing class in 1997 and found his passion. Among other training, he studied at The Studio-Corning Museum of Glass and Haystack Craft School. Rob alternates between creating larger scale glasswork out of a furnace and much smaller work with a torch.

Abstract and Beyond with Brenda Belfield

Abstract and Beyond – This class is for intermediate and advanced painters. Explore ideas and new techniques of abstract and non-objective work leading to a personal statement/style. Demonstrations and study of contemporary artists with a full day of painting! For experienced painters in acrylic and mixed media.


BEL110317 Fri 11/03/17 to 11/24/17 9am to 3:30pm
Int/Adv $256 mem / $306 non-mem

BEL120117 Fri 12/01/17 to 12/22/17 9am to 3:30pm
Int/Adv $256 mem / $306 non-mem

BEL011218 Fri 01/12/18 to 02/09/18 9am to 3:30pm
Int/Adv $320 mem / $370 non-mem

BEL022318 Fri 02/23/18 to 03/23/18 9am to 3:30pm
Int/Adv $320 mem / $370 non-mem

BEL040618 Fri 04/06/18 to 05/04/18 9am to 3:30pm
Int/Adv $320 mem / $370 non-mem

Brenda Belfield is an abstract painter whose use of color led to a long career in glass. Nationally awarded as a designer of architectural stained glass, her major commissions include 60 windows for the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. Teaching has long been a passion for Brenda who graduated from The George Washington University in Washington D.C. with a BA in Art Education with undergraduate and graduate studies at the Corcoran Art School. Her teaching experience includes Art League of Alexandria, VA (Torpedo Factory) and National Art Education Association. Belfield’s abstract paintings have been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C.

Paper Sculpture – with Pam Foss

At Waters EdgeThermal Drawing & Paper Sculpture – learn how to create a sunk-relief sculpture on Styrofoam insulation board which will then be used as a mold to cast your image as a bas-relief in paper. A thermal tool is used to draw your image on the Styrofoam, and then archival pulp made from cotton is pressed into the mold and allowed to dry. When dried the paper sculpture is lifted out of the mold and either painted or left a natural white.

Class Schedules

FOS092217 Thermal Drawing & Paper Sculpture $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$20 Supply Fee Fri 9/22/17 to 10/20/17 9am-Noon All CVA

FOS110317 Thermal Drawing & Paper Sculpture $120 mem / $170 non-mem +$20 Supply Fee Fri 11/3/17 to 11/24/17 9am-Noon All CVA

FOS120117 Thermal Drawing & Paper Sculpture $120 mem / $170 non-mem +$20 Supply Fee Fri 12/1/17 to 12/22/17 9am-Noon All CVA

FOS011218 Thermal Drawing & Paper Sculpture $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$20 Supply Fee Fri 1/12/18 to 2/9/18 9am-Noon All CVA

FOS022318 Thermal Drawing & Paper Sculpture $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$20 Supply Fee Fri 2/23/18 to 3/23/18 9am-Noon All CVA

FOS040618 Thermal Drawing & Paper Sculpture $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$20 Supply Fee Fri 4/6/18 to 5/4/18 9am-Noon All CVA

Pam has been creating visual art for more than 30 years, driven in large measure, by the joy of discovering new methods and materials to express her artistic vision. It is this drive that led her to create a revolutionary new body of work derived entirely from common insulation foam board (Styrofoam.

WEBSITE:
https://www.pamfosssculpture.com/

Acting for Film – with Elizabeth D’Onofrio

beyondtheblueLearn acting and technical techniques to help you prepare for auditions and on set. Acting technique based on studies alongside her Brother, actor, Vincent D’Onofrio at the American Stanislavsky Studio of Theater and with Sharon Chatton, Actor’s Studio NY.  Study includes sense memory, relaxation exercises, Scene Study, Cold Readings, self-taped Audition help, script analysis, Character Development, and how to look professional on set or at an audition.

Class Schedules

DON091817 Acting for Film $100 mem / $150 non-mem Mon 9/18/17 to 10/16/17           6:30-8:30pm All –  Center for Performing Arts

DON103017 Acting for Film $80 mem / $130 non-mem Mon10/30/17 to 11/20/17            6:30-8:30pm All –  Center for Performing Arts

DON112717 Acting for Film $80 mem / $130 non-mem Mon 11/27/17 to 12/18/17            6:30-8:30pm All –  Center for Performing Arts

DON010818 Acting for Film $100 mem / $150 non-mem Mon 1/8/18 to 2/5/18                 6:30-8:30pm All –  Center for Performing Arts

DON021918 Acting for Film $100 mem / $150 non-mem Mon 2/19/18 to 3/19/18             6:30-8:30pm All –  Center for Performing Arts

DON040218 Acting for Film $100 mem / $150 non-mem Mon 4/2/18 to 4/30/18               6:30-8:30pm All –  Center for Performing Arts

BIO: Elizabeth D’Onofrio  is a professional film (Sag/Aftra) and Off-Broadway theater actor(AEA), director, Instructor, and film producer. She has directed several plays in Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach. Elizabeth’s teaching and coaching is based on her studies alongside her brother, actor, Vincent D’Onofrio (Law and Order: CI) at The American Stanislavski Theater and with Sharon Chatten of The Actors Studio, both in NYC. Her workshops have been conducted locally and in many cities across the United States, including NYC and San Francisco. She has worked with the Art Smart program of The Gulfshore Playhouse, classes in Asheville, Brevard College, and Transylvania Community College, as well as a Theater Arts substitute teacher at Brevard High School, and Brevard Middle School in NC.

More about ELIZABETH D’ONOFRIO

Click here:   https://g.co/kgs/vUq5VM

 

 

Glass / Flamework – with Robert Dworkin

Intro to Lampworking – Learn the basics of creating glass objects with a stationary propane/oxygen torch and create unique glasswork. Techniques for applying color and methods of decoration will be demonstrated, with plenty of individual guidance. No experience necessary. *Studio fee includes all tools, propane, and oxygen as well as a basic supply of glass. Students may purchase additional glass online.

DWO092117 Intro to Lampworking $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$85 Studio Fee           Thur 9/21/17 to 10/19/17 1-4pm All CVA

DWO110217 Intro to Lampworking (no 11/23) $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$85 Studio Fee  Thur 11/2/17 to12/7/17 1-4pm All CVA

DWO011118 Intro to Lampworking $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$85 Studio Fee           Thur 1/11/18 to 2/8/18 1-4pm All CVA

DWO022218 Intro to Lampworking $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$85 Studio Fee          Thur 2/22/18 to 3/22/18 1-4pm All CVA

DWO040518 Intro to Lampworking $150 mem / $200 non-mem +$85 Studio Fee          Thur 4/5/18 to 5/3/18 1-4pm All CVA

BIO: Rob took his first glass blowing class in 1997 and found his passion. Among other training, he studied at The Studio-Corning Museum of Glass and Haystack Craft School. Rob alternates between creating larger scale glasswork out of a furnace and much smaller work with a torch.

WEBSITE:
http://robdworkin.com/