August 6 - 10Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Through a multimedia approach and portfolio prep component, this workshop is designed to prepare freshmen, sophomores and juniors in High School for their senior year of art making. This is both their first chance to receive in-depth feedback on what work they feel is ready for college applications and guidance on what to focus on in the future regarding methods and materials, portfolio organization and artistic collegiate goals.
Classes will consist of a lecture, demonstration and art making in different subject matter including Perspective Drawing, Figure Drawing and Figure Painting. Participants will also choose to focus on other open-ended projects, allowing the instructor to address unique occurrences in each student’s individual work and portfolio.
BFA, Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts; MFA, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Summa Cum Laude. Adam Nowakowski is the Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at LYME.
*Tuition includes all art supplies, materials and software licensing fees.
NOTE: All classes are open to high school students, freshman through seniors, with beginning to advanced level art training who want to further explore or expand their technical skills and artistic ability .
Monday, Aug. 6 - 1:00 pmtoFriday, Aug. 10 7:00 pm