Adult art classes currently enrolling for:
10/5, 10/26, 11/2, 11/16-11/17
Workshops are a great way to try something new, spending a whole day experimenting and sharing with fellow artists. They also allow our instructors to offer more unusual and expansive art-making opportunities to our students.
Our diverse faculty pool allows students to study painting, drawing and other media with instructors from many backgrounds and perspectives.
Courses are available for all levels
Registration process—all registration is done using Framingham State University’s class registration portal.
Meets once, Sat. Oct. 5 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Join award winning photographer, Marky Kauffmann, as she presents a workshop/lecture featuring her unique process for creating what she calls chemigrams. Her Dressings series, which are part of the Danforth Museum’s exhibit Dressed, stem from mistakes made during the black and white photo process. This workshop will explore the creative potential of fixer to create one of a kind images. Using various types of black and white photo papers, bleeding tissue papers of many colors, and light, Kauffmann will take students on a journey into the magic of chemigrams and camera-less photography.
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Meets once, Sat. Nov. 2 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Treat yourself to a day with artist Merill Comeau in this wonderful workshop exploring ideas around identity, storytelling and textiles. Merill is a sought after instructor who will lead participants through a series of exercises designed to draw out stories of self/family/life experiences using specific garments as medium. She will demonstrate and teach her techniques for altering and embellishing the garment as a way of transforming it into an original and meaningful piece of artwork. Students should bring one or more garments that have personal significance for transformation. No experience required. Limited to 12 participants. Attire/Autobiography/Art Workshop Supply List
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