Dates/TimeJune 29 –July 24, M, T, W, Th, 9:00am – 12:00pm
The price of this course is $2000.00
Course registration will be avaiable on
Monday, December 22, 2014
Push up your sleeves and flex your art muscles for Foundations and Drawing. Foundations is a rigorous course that combines the vocabulary of the visual arts with the most essential art-making tools. Students will receive two units of college credit upon successful completion of the course.
Foundations will introduce you to art as a profession, as a form of visual thinking, and as a creative process. Using diverse media and technical processes (drawing, painting, sculpture, and installation), you will explore new and uncharted territories to create artwork. Come prepared to experiment and have fun, exploring the infinite processes available to you in the world of art and design.
Requirements & Availability
14 - 18
Julie Alpert is a Seattle painter and installation artist. She has a BA from the University of Maryland and an MFA from the University of Washington. Julie has received numerous awards for her work including a Pollock-Krasner Award, two GAP grants, and a MacDowell Colony Fellowship. Last year she was a finalist for the Neddy at Cornish Award.
Julia Freeman is a Seattle based artist originally from Kansas City, Missouri. She graduated from the University of Washington in 2007 with her MFA in Fibers. Her work is a continuous blend of printmaking, collaging, painting and drawing. Her experience with textiles and fibers heavily influences her process and material choices. She has exhibited at Foster/White Gallery, SOIL Art Gallery, 4Culture Gallery, Clemson University, Kirkland Arts Center, Richard Hugo House Art and at the Art Factory in Seoul, South Korea. She has been nominated for the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Biennial Competition Award in 2007 and 2010 and was a finalist in the Miami University Young Painters Competitions. She was a member of the artist-run-gallery SOIL and is a visiting instructor in the IVA program at the University of Washington.