Summer 2019: Workshops by date

Introduction to the Art of iPhoneography with Rebecca Bruyn

June 1
Saturday, 9:30-12:30pm

$100, 1 session

iPhoneography, a form of mobile art, has grown into an international movement of thousands of people with varying backgrounds who have discovered how to capture an image spontaneously with their cell phone, and to create …

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Painting: History and Practice with Valerie Isaacs

June 4 - June 7
Tuesday-Friday, 9:30-1:30pm

$275, 4 sessions

In this class, we consider the impact of European Modern painting on American art, particularly through Provincetown. We will have the opportunity to see original works by Marguerite Zorach, Milton Avery, Marsden Hartley, Janice Biala, …

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The Personal Landscape: A Painting Workshop with Joerg Dressler

June 19 - June 21
Wednesday-Friday, 9:30-12:30pm

$275, 3 sessions

"Painting is just another way of keeping a diary” -Pablo Picasso This workshop delves into the indispensable and innate relationships between the artist and their environment. How we see and experience a landscape is informed by …

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Painting from the Figure with Donald Beal

July 1 - July 3
Monday-Wednesday, 1:30-4:30pm

$225 includes model fee, 3 sessions

This workshop begins with quick warm-up oil sketches of the model, and progresses to a series of longer paintings as we revisit and “remake” the figure. The goal is to develop an eye that can …

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Outside In: Capturing the Landscape Outdoors and in the Studio with Megan Hinton

July 8 - July 11
Monday-Thursday, 9:30-2:30pm

$350, 4 sessions

Plein air painting is a rich and traditional practice of capturing landscape subject while communing with the outdoors. Easel painting outside in oil or acrylic paint requires the work of carrying materials, dealing with the …

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IMAGE-MAKING: Discover Your Voice and Vision with Rosalind Pace & Marcia Simon

July 8 - July 12
Monday-Friday, 12-3pm

$325, 5 sessions

You will cut, tear, fold, glue, monoprint found objects, make poems and collages, and explore new ways to see and interact with what you have made. You will discover exciting possibilities, inherent in the book …

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How to Draw: Exploring Ways to See the Human Figure Through Art with Laura Shabott

July 8 - August 19
Mondays, 9:30-12:30pm

$350 includes model fee, 7 sessions

This course is designed for all people interested in drawing from life. Each Monday morning begins with an art history lecture inspired by PAAM’s collection. Then, for two hours, we will work from a nude …

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Right Brains on the Loose in Chatham with Diane Brinker

July 11
Thursday, 10-4pm

$145, 1 session

Spend a day being guided to loosen up and discover Monotype printmaking – one of the most serendipitous techniques for art and design creating. The appeal of the Monotype lies in the unique translucency that …

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The White Line Print with Kathryn Smith

July 15 - July 18
Monday-Thursday, 10-2pm

$400, 4 sessions

Open to all levels, this workshop introduces and explores the single-block method of color printmaking developed in Provincetown in 1916 and known as the “Provincetown Print”. A history of the method is presented, followed by …

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Wet on Wet Watercolor with Lisa Goren

July 19
Friday, 10-2pm

$125, 1 session

This is a class designed to help create a looser approach to watercolors, enable a student to feel more capable with the paints, and end “tight” painting. The workshop focuses on working with water, learning …

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