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Anonymous Juliette Chayet Cole said...

Juliette Chayet Cole teaches painting and drawing for children 7-11, teens 11-17, and adults (18 and up). Please call (805) 496-9965 for more information and class schedules.

8:24 PM  
Anonymous Day Steinhart said...

Tony Couch Workshop - This is a 5-day Watercolor Workshop that will be held January 16-20, 2006. The workshop will be conducted at the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery, and the tuition is $360. A down payment of $150 is required to reserve your space. Contact Day Steinhart at (818) 889-1513 or dayscastle@sbcglobal.net.

8:55 PM  
Blogger judy koenig said...

Judy Koenig teaches watercolor classes from her studio in Simi Valley. Four daytime classes and two evening classes. Adults all levels in an open workshop environment.Call for more information 805-526-9978

7:54 PM  
Blogger judy koenig said...

Thousand Oaks Art Association proudly announces a workshop by Award winning Professor of Art Emeritus George James. His work with "Yupo" paper is world renowned. He will guide students thru the process of working with this challenging substraight.The workshop will be held February 2nd thru February 5th 2006 at the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery on Boarchard Rd. in Newbury Park. The cost will be $130 for
TOAA members and $150 for non. Call 805-526-9978 to make your reservation.

8:09 PM  
Blogger Christine Leong said...

Chinese watercolor painting class with Christine Leong at Camarillo Art Center, 3150 Ponderosa Dr., Camarillo. This class is open to all who are interested in Chinese brush painting. New students may join any time of the month. Cost $100 for every 4 sessions and that includes in-class supplies. Ongoing every Friday 10.30am-12.30pm. Pre-registration necessary. Please call 805-445-9053 to enroll. www.asianartstrokes.com

4:49 PM  
Anonymous Carole Tripp said...

Creative Castle at 2321 Michael Drive in Newbury Park offers a wide variety of beading and wire classes for beginners to advanced students. Please visit our website: www.creativecastle.com for a complete listing of classes and events or call 805-499-1377 for more information.

10:43 AM  
Anonymous Young at Art said...

Young at Art, Fine Art Classes are being offered on an ongoing basis in Camarillo, Moorpark, and Agoura Hills.

Fine arts classes: all levels of artists, ages 5-adult, beginning to advanced, learn through a progressive program of classic fine arts tecniques and innovative experimentation in drawing, painting, and mixed media. Students select their projects, color and add creeative touches. Free introductory class is available by appointment and by mentioning that you saw our ad here in this website. Homeschool and enrichment classes are available. Cartoon Animation Classses, beginning and advanced will be instructed by Kurtis Fujita, a professional animator. Class sizes are limited. Studios are located in: Agoura Hills (818) 991-5514; Camarillo (805) 389-9686; and Moorpark (805) 529-6274.

3:28 PM  
Blogger CSUCI ART DEPT. said...

CSUCI ART DEPARTMENT
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY CHANNEL ISLANDS
ART COMPLEX BUILDING
One University Drive
Camarillo, CA 93012
http://art.csuci.edu

6:35 PM  
Anonymous Patricia Antonucci & Barbara Schaefer said...

MEXICO in MARCH: DRAWING and PAINTING on the SEA of CORTEZ

In its fourteenth year, The Abruzzi Mountain Workshop of Italy inaugurates its innovative drawing and painting program, 'IN VIAGGIO,' in San Carlos, Mexico, situated on the Sea on Cortez. The next workshop will be held March 4-18, 2006. Mornings will be spent working from the charming studio of Normangela Nunez or in superb outdoor locations.among cobbled streets, shaded piazzas and stunning sea promontories. Afternoons will be available for excursions to local islands. The workshop will be conducted by Patricia Antonucci and Barbara Schaefer. We are two New York based artists who have lived and worked extensively in foreign places, joining our creative forces to extend to you a week of exciting and energizing approaches. For information Tel: 212-260-7603/718-383-0624 or Email: rmpa@gte.net OR lorcab@aol.com OR www.artworkshopitaly.com

12:27 AM  
Anonymous ArtDaily.News said...

WHERE TO GET YOUR ART EDUCATION...

Visit our site for live links to these fine schools.

ACE, Graduate Program in Arts, UC Irvine
Ashland University
California State University, Northridge
Clair Trevor School of the Arts, UC Irvine
Cleveland State University
Columbia College Chicago
Cornell University
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Harvard University
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Parsons School of Design
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School of Visual Arts
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USCB
Xavier University
Yale University

8:40 AM  
Anonymous The Creativity Workshop @ Wildwood said...

Art Teachers Needed for Creativity Workshops

Teaching and Learning about Computer Art

The Creativity Workshop is:

• Creativity enrichment program K12
• Monthly Classes
o 2:40-3:40 PM Elementary School Ages
o 4:00-6:00 PM 5th grades to Middle School
o 7:00-9:00 PM Adult and Post Secondary
• Our courses show students how to communicate with images, video, words and music.

We are looking for art teachers who:

• Have studio experience in drawing or painting
• Know or are interested in learning how to use digital drawing tablets and progams like Corel Painter or Adobe Photoshops.

We are also looking for teachers to assist Saul Bernstein’s MasterStrokes© Course. This is an advanced paintings techniques class.

Benefits

• Computers make the arts accessible. Computers being all the brushes, paints and canvases/papers of the loft into the desktop PC.
• Children love to paint with digital tablets. Computers and a cornucopia of paper, brushes and paints triggers the creative impulses.

Curriculum

• Paintings tell stories through the choice and placement of objects
• Paintings communicate stories or emotions
• Our goal is to share these artistic legacies with the generation bridging the canvas and digital landscapes.

Location Details

The Creativity Workshop @ Wildwood
Wildwood Elementary School
Room 17
620 West Velarde Drive,
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
GTOT – Greater Thousand Oaks

Telecommunity www.gtot.org, info@gtot.org, (805) 449-2354

11:14 AM  
Anonymous International Artists Residencies/Seminar, said...

January 15, 2006 13th International Artists Residencies/Seminar,
Csopak, Hungary 2006. Dates: May 22 - June 15, 2006; June 19 - July
13; July 17 - August 10, 2006. The HMC International Artists'
Residencies offers visual artists four-week residencies in the month
of May-June-July-August. The residency session concludes with
Symposium/Seminar and a major exhibit at the New City Gallery of
Balatonfured. January 30/06: Last day to receive entry, slides, $35
application fee, and SASE. February 5/06: Accepted/Rejected
notification cards mailed Eligibility: Open to all professional
artists (writers, painters, photographers....). For more info and
application form please contact us or visit our web site: BEATA
SZECHY, Hungarian Multicultural Center Inc, Box 141374, Dallas TX
75214 OR http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com OR
bszechy@yahoo.com

1:54 PM  
Anonymous 2006 Residency Season at the Artists' Enclave at I-Park. said...

January 16, 2006
2006 Residency Season at the Artists' Enclave at I-Park.

I-Park announces its sixth season hosting The Artists'
Enclave. Artists' residencies, self-directed/project oriented, will be
offered from May through November 2006. Most sessions are four weeks
in duration, with a six-week session planned for
October-November. Residencies will be offered to visual (including
digital) artists, music composers, environmental artists, landscape
and garden designers and architects. Work samples will be evaluated
through a competitive, juried process. There is a $20 application
processing fee required and artists are responsible for their own
transportation to the area. They also provide for their own food and
work materials. The facility is otherwise offered at no cost to
accepted artists. I-Park is a 450-acre natural woodland retreat in
rural East Haddam, Connecticut. Accommodations include comfortable
private living quarters in an 1850's farmhouse, shared bathroom
facilities and a private studio on the grounds. An electric kiln,
music equipment and library facilities are provided. International
applicants welcome. For additional project information, go to our
website: www.i-park.org. Application materials for 2006 will be
available for direct download from the website (Residency Program
section) in early September E-mail: ipark2002@ureach.com. Phone:
860-873-2468.

2:01 PM  
Anonymous The School of Visual Arts said...

January 31, 2006 FOR ARTISTS WHO WANT TO BECOME TEACHERS The School of Visual Arts offers a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Art
Education. This 36 credit, three-semester program, leads to a New York
State Initial Certification in Art. The MAT curriculum centers on a
community-oriented approach to art education. The faculty of artists
offer expertise in a range of areas, including arts-integrated
curricula, technology and museum education. For further information,
please request a Graduate Programs catalog from the Office of
Admissions: 212-592-2107 OR gradadmissions@sva.edu OR
www.schoolofvisualarts.edu

2:03 PM  
Anonymous Hall Farm said...

ARTIST RESIDENCIES. CALL FOR ENTRIES. Applications for the 2006 summer residency program at The Hall Farm Center for Arts & Education are due February 1. Residencies are available to artists at all stages of their careers working in a variety of media. The time is an opportunity to work, relax, and reflect in the quiet refuge of the Vermont countryside. No-cost residencies range in length from one to six weeks. For more details and application forms, please visit: Hall Farm www.hallfarm.org

11:03 PM  
Anonymous Galesbury Civic Art Center said...

SUMMER ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM Seeking visual artists for 8-wk residency, Jun 11 - Aug 5, 2006. Housing and studio space provided. Exhibition in August. For application please contact:
Galesburg Civic Art Center, 114 E Main St, Galesburg IL 81401 OR
309-342-7415 OR http://www.galesburgarts.org OR
studiomidwest@galesburgarts.org

11:40 PM  
Anonymous Chinese Brush Painting & Calligraphy Association of Thousand Oaks said...

Chinese Brush Painting and Calligraphy Association of Thousand Oaks welcome you to join their group class at Graphaids Art Supplies of Agoura Hills, California. The class is open to public. For more info, please contact Ann Marie Wennink at 805-493-1939.

8:33 PM  
Anonymous cbpcato said...

The infomation posted by "Chinese Brush Painting & Calligrphy Association of Thousand Oaks" here is no longer valid.

For more updates, check our website "http://groups.msn.com/ChineseBrushPaintingandCalligraphyAssociation/_whatsnew.msnw?f=11".

Or, you can email "chineseartofto@hotmail.com".

Thanks.

6:57 PM  
Anonymous Ventura Improv Company said...

Ventura Improv Company has a full summer schedules of shows and workshops for youths and adults. The youth schedule will be announced shortly.

Download flyer for adult classes:
http://www.venturaimprov.com/flyer/poster_vic_improv_09.pdf

Please access http://www.venturaimprov.com for more information, call (805) 643-5701 or email vic@venturaimprov.com.

Thank you!
Ventura Improv Company
http://www.venturaimprov.com
(805) 643-5701
vic@venturaimprov.com
34 North Palm Street at Main
Downtown Ventura

4:04 PM  

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