The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University offers a Seminar Series in the Arts throughout the academic year. Workshops in the visual arts are designed to offer students of all ages and backgrounds an opportunity to take non-credit workshops in various visual art disciplines.
This course is an introduction to the basic fundamentals of black and white photography. Students learn black and white film processing and printing techniques as well as the basics of using a manually adjustable 35mm camera, including exposure controls and camera operation. Class time is devoted to aesthetic concerns of black and white photography and includes darkroom and critique sessions as well as a final presentation. Wednesdays, March 6-April 10, 20136:30 pm–9:30 pmThe Art Institute of Boston, Room 017 & Darkroom, 700 Beacon Street (Kenmore Square), Boston, MA 02215
Cost: $270 Tuition + $30 Registration Fee (PDPs available upon request)
This introductory course will teach each student how to think critically about what they see and make by learning exercises designed to heighten one's sensitivity to visual stimuli. Students will focus on observational drawing but will also work abstractly to encourage a personal exploration of media. A variety of monochromatic media will be used.
Mondays, April 8-May 20, 2013 (No class on Patriot's Day, April 15, 2013)The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University/University Hall Building, Studio L013, 1815 Mass Avenue, Cambridge, MA 021406:15 pm–9:15 pm
Cost: $270 Tuition + 30 Registration fee (PDPs available upon request)
Brian UnwinBrian Unwin is a Boston-based artist. He studied at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His photographs are primarily concerned with landscape issues focusing on the ever changing lines between rural suburban and urban spaces and looking for evidence of how we live. His work has been shown locally and nationally and is featured in many private collections. Jeff Ellse | websiteJeff Ellse is a Boston-based artist. He received BFA and MFA degrees from The Art Institute of Boston. Jeff's drawings and paintings reflect a studied and intense interpretation of places with which he has developed a personal connection.
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