Museum School Workshops: Workshops by date

Online: Delightful Collage with Sarah Kahn

January 5 - February 9
Tuesdays, 4-6pm

$380 for members, $400 for non-members, 6 sessions

Collage is a versatile art technique, and is powerful when combined with mixed-media. It involves endless choices and possibilities for art expression and exploration. Raw material refers to the papers that are adhered onto the art …

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Virtual Life Drawing with Kiah Coble

January 5 - May 28
Ongoing on Tuesdays and Fridays, 9:30-11:30

$10/session or register for multiple sessions, Ongoing sessions

Join us for Virtual Life Drawing every Tuesday and Friday morning, 9:30-11:30am! How to: Please register for the session by 4pm the day before each session. Zoom meeting information will be sent out on the morning of the …

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Online: Provincetown and Beyond: Looking at Art around the World with MJ Levy Dickson

January 9 - February 13
Saturdays, 10-11am

$125 for members, $150 for non-members, 6 sessions

Virtual Travel on Zoom crossing cultures and time inspired by the heritage of the Provincetown Art Colony. Join us for  art history/art appreciation workshops using Zoom to travel through the Internet, crossing borders, cultures, and time …

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Online: Figure Drawing for Artists who want to Learn Hofmann's Push/Pull Theory with Laura Shabott

January 11
Monday, 9:30-1:30pm (with a lunch break)

$125 for members, $150 for non-members, 1 session

Hofmann’s theory of pushing and pulling a composition on a two-dimensional surface is best understood when drawing from life with charcoal on paper. The course begins with a lecture on Hofmann’s push/pull theory by viewing …

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Online: Creativity and Connection During COVID-19 with Heather Blume + Lise Motherwell

January 14 - February 18
Thursdays, 4-5:30pm

$115 for members, $125 for non-members, 6 sessions

The pandemic has brought many changes to our lives: social distancing, mask-wearing, inability to travel, separation from family and friends, virtual connections and a slower paced life.  It can leave one feeling isolated and uninspired.  …

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Online: Responding and Reacting to the Figure through Visual Vocabulary with Laura Shabott

January 18 - February 15
Mondays, 9:30-noon + Tuesday Life Drawing 9:30-11:30am

$350 for members, $375 for non-members , 5 sessions

"I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart." Vincent Van Gogh Our emphasis in this course is to make art that develops, or refines, your unique visual language and the …

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Online: People, Places & Things: Painting What’s Important with Pete Hocking

January 25 - January 29
Monday-Friday 6-9pm

$300 for members, $325 for non-members, 5 sessions

From time to time, every artist wonders what their work is about. This workshop is focused on exploring the nature of content in painting, starting with an inventory of our individual preoccupations and moving into …

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Online: Queer Men Painting Figures with Pete Hocking

January 30 - February 6
Saturdays, 11-5pm

$285 for members, $300 for non-members, 2 sessions

The male figure, the autobiographic figure, the desired figure are all part of the history of Queer men working as painters. Often pursued surreptitiously in the past, contemporary queer artists are explicitly developing work that …

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Online: Using Color with the Figure for Artists Who Want to Learn Hofmann’s Push/Pull Theory with Laura Shabott

February 7
Sunday, 10-2pm

$125 for members, $150 for non-members, 1 session

Hofmann’s theory of push/pull, a principle based on the natural laws of oscillation, was the catalyst for two generations of Abstract Expressionists. Shabott and Barrett contemporize his work through courses that delve into the concept, …

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Online: Contemporary Papier Mache with Heather Blume

February 13 - February 20
Saturdays, 10-noon

$135 for members, $150 for non-members, 2 sessions

Papier Mache has become increasingly popular among contemporary artists. Why? Because paper is plentiful and working in this medium offers maximum potential for artistic expression . A French term meaning “chewed paper”, the simplest way …

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