Summer 2016

For over 30 years, PCA&D has been the regional leader in professional art and design education. We’ve been serving the creative needs of students of all ages, and we invite you to enrich your life in one of our many courses this winter. The below class schedule is for our Summer 2016 art programs in order by date and program type (studio art, youth and high school classes, keep scrolling down).

Elementary & Middle School Classes

WEEK ONE – July 11-15
MORNING: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Youth Studio Art I for Grades 1.2.3
YS11-01, Mon-Fri, July 11-15
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Lisa Wilson

A class for the budding artist to experience a range of art making techniques and materials. K12 Certified Art instructors will guide your child through a variety of materials and techniques, such as, drawing, painting, and at least one 3D project. During this once per week class students will experience their imagination coming to life. All youth studio instructors are K-12 certified with thorough background clearances, and assignments vary for each semester and section, so there is always something new to learn! NOTE: Supplies are provided for Youth Studio courses. register now

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Youth Studio Art II for Grades 4.5
YS12-01, Mon-Fri, July 11-15
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Lyndsay Hoke

A class for the budding artist to experience a range of art making techniques and materials. K12 Certified Art instructors will guide your child through a variety of materials and techniques, such as, drawing, painting, and at least one 3D project. During this once per week class students will experience their imagination coming to life. All youth studio instructors are K-12 certified with thorough background clearances, and assignments vary for each semester and section, so there is always something new to learn! NOTE: Supplies are provided for Youth Studio courses. register now

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Young Artists Academy for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS13-01, Mon-Fri, July 11-15
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Stephanie Deininger

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Your child has a creative spark; let’s nurture their curiosity and artistic ability in a supportive daily class that encourages exploration. Using the principles of design and art history as a foundation, your pre-teen / teen will learn the significance of thinking like an artist as they learn a mix of different art-making techniques, including drawing, painting, sculpting, and more. Lessons will help inform and enhance their personal development as a young artist. This program is open to all skill levels, and provides an atmosphere for self-discovery, camaraderie, and small group learning. At the end of the session, each student will have a mini-exhibition during the larger Youth Exhibition & Reception to celebrate their artistic journey. All materials and supplies included in the cost of the class. register now

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AFTERNOON: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

new! The Selfie Class: Exploring Self-Portraits for Grades 1.2.3.4.5
YS 42, Mon-Fri, July 11-15
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., $200
Lyndsay Hoke

Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso. Artists have been painting self-portraits for centuries, but why? Join us for a week of exploration as we examine the history of a “selfie,” how self-portraits act as art, and what is actually being portrayed from these images. Learn what mediums and methods we can use to show individuality and feelings through meaningful self-representation. NOTE: This is not a photography class. register now

Cartooning Basics for Grades 6.7.8
YS 8, Mon-Fri, July 11-15
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., $200
Rebecca Chester

Explore line, movement, exaggeration, and the emotive nature of cartooning, as well as the role of cartooning in storytelling via comic strips, comic books, and political cartoons while being introduced to a few well-known and -respected cartoonists. Students will create and develop their own character, and write and pace a multi-panel comic strip for their character. Students will also explore traditional media for drawing and inking their comic strip and will have the opportunity to explore techniques for adding color as time permits. register now

WEEK TWO – July 18-22
MORNING: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Youth Studio Art I for Grades 1.2.3
YS11-02, Mon-Fri, July 18-22
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Lisa Wilson

A class for the budding artist to experience a range of art making techniques and materials. K12 Certified Art instructors will guide your child through a variety of materials and techniques, such as, drawing, painting, and at least one 3D project. During this once per week class students will experience their imagination coming to life. All youth studio instructors are K-12 certified with thorough background clearances, and assignments vary for each semester and section, so there is always something new to learn! NOTE: Supplies are provided for Youth Studio courses. register now

Youth Studio Art II for Grades 4.5
YS12-02, Mon-Fri, July 18-22
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Lyndsay Hoke

A class for the budding artist to experience a range of art making techniques and materials. K12 Certified Art instructors will guide your child through a variety of materials and techniques, such as, drawing, painting, and at least one 3D project. During this once per week class students will experience their imagination coming to life. All youth studio instructors are K-12 certified with thorough background clearances, and assignments vary for each semester and section, so there is always something new to learn! NOTE: Supplies are provided for Youth Studio courses. register now

new! Adobe Photoshop for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS 43, Mon-Fri, July 18-22
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $230
Laurie Fuller

Adobe Photoshop is so popular that the word “Photoshopped” has become a common way to describe the process of editing any photo! It makes sense, therefore, for anyone who likes to take pictures and use them in creative ways to master this gold-standard application for fixing photographic flaws in color, light, and content, to combine multiple photos into a single image, and to create fun and interesting special effects. This introductory class doesn’t require any prior experience with Photoshop, but students should know how to ‘Google,’ how to save files to a thumb or flash drive, and how to use email. register now

AFTERNOON: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

new! Discover Mask Making for Grades 1.2.3.4.5
YS 44, Mon-Fri, July 18-22
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., $200
Lisa Wilson

The history of masks began 9000 years ago. Masks were used by many different cultures in a myriad of different ways. Students will learn mask making history and also how to sketch a two-dimensional drawing and create a 3-dimensional mask. A variety of materials will be used including cardboard, paper mache, metals and found objects. Traditional cultural masks, animal masks and student invented masks will be produced while making new friends.

Drawing for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS 7, Mon-Fri, July 18-22
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., $200
Tamera Teets

What do animators, game designers, architects, fashion designers, cartoonists, and fine artists have in common? They know how to draw. Using pencils and charcoal, learn the basic skills of perspective, shading, and composition. All skill levels welcome. register now

WEEK THREE – July 25-29
MORNING: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Youth Studio Art I for Grades 1.2.3
YS11-03, Mon-Fri, July 25-29
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Lisa Wilson

A class for the budding artist to experience a range of art making techniques and materials. K12 Certified Art instructors will guide your child through a variety of materials and techniques, such as, drawing, painting, and at least one 3D project. During this once per week class students will experience their imagination coming to life. All youth studio instructors are K-12 certified with thorough background clearances, and assignments vary for each semester and section, so there is always something new to learn! NOTE: Supplies are provided for Youth Studio courses. register now

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Youth Studio Art II for Grades 4.5
YS12-03, Mon-Fri, July 25-29
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Lyndsay Hoke

A class for the budding artist to experience a range of art making techniques and materials. K12 Certified Art instructors will guide your child through a variety of materials and techniques, such as, drawing, painting, and at least one 3D project. During this once per week class students will experience their imagination coming to life. All youth studio instructors are K-12 certified with thorough background clearances, and assignments vary for each semester and section, so there is always something new to learn! NOTE: Supplies are provided for Youth Studio courses. register now

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new! Collage & Mixed Media for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS 45, Mon-Fri, July 25-29
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Stephanie Deininger

Collage is a highly versatile and accessible art technique that results in the playful combination of different and sometimes unlikely materials. It is a medium that allows for the fostering of unique expression through the use of materials in a new and unexpected way. In this course, learn through experimentation with color, form, composition, and design, producing artwork that is both representational and abstract. Explore how to use traditional media, such as paint, graphite, charcoal, and ink; in combination with found imagery, text, texture, and natural/found objects. Class will find inspiration through discussions of art history, and visual presentations of various artists who have worked with collage and mixed media. register now

AFTERNOON: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

new! Cartooning Basics for Grades 1.2.3.4.5
YS 46, Mon-Fri, July 25-29
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., $200
Rebecca Chester

Put your love of drawing, storytelling, and silliness to work as you explore the world of cartooning! Young artists will learn to draw like a cartoonist as they create their own characters, learn about sequential art, and have an opportunity to create their own single panel or multi-panel comic strip. Students will also explore traditional cartooning media for drawing and inking their work. register now

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Painting for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS 16, Mon-Fri, July 25-29
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., $200
Tamera Teets

Color mixing, contrast, composition, and dimension – these are the fundamental skills that students will develop with this course. Multiple projects will explore a variety of subjects such as nature, architecture, portraits, abstract, and landscape. NOTE: Students will be given a supply list for this class. register now

 

WEEK FOUR – August 1-5
MORNING: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Young Artists Academy for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS13-02, Mon-Fri, August 1-5
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Stephanie Deininger

Your child has a creative spark; let’s nurture their curiosity and artistic ability in a supportive daily class that encourages exploration. Using the principles of design and art history as a foundation, your pre-teen / teen will learn the significance of thinking like an artist as they learn a mix of different art-making techniques, including drawing, painting, sculpting, and more. Lessons will help inform and enhance their personal development as a young artist. This program is open to all skill levels, and provides an atmosphere for self-discovery, camaraderie, and small group learning. At the end of the session, each student will have a mini-exhibition during the larger Youth Exhibition & Reception to celebrate their artistic journey. All materials and supplies included in the cost of the class. register now

AFTERNOON: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Printmaking for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS 27, Mon-Fri, August 1-5
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., $200
Tamera Teets

In this introductory class, explore various processes for creating original prints including relief printing (collagraphs and foam prints), monoprinting, and screen printing. Create unique works of art both in vibrant color and classic monochromatic palettes. Students will have an opportunity to work in the college’s printmaking studio with the presses. register now

WEEK FOUR – August 1-5
MORNING: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Cartooning 2 for Grades 6-9
YS 28, Mon-Fri, August 8-12
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., $200
Rebecca Chester

Continue exploring the tools, skills, and methods employed by professional cartoonists. Students will delve deeper into character and story development while experimenting with more advanced drawing and illustration techniques. Expand the comic you began in Cartooning Basics, or bring a whole new idea to life! Note: Cartooning Basics a required prerequisite – available this semester on July 11-15. register now

AFTERNOON: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

new! Digital Photography for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS 47, Mon-Fri, August 8-12
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., $200
Amber Kane

Love photography, but feel like your photos could be better? You will gain an understanding of how to control your digital SLR Camera , create eye-catching compositions, and hone your voice and vision as an artist. If you have an interest in photography as a career or hobby, this class if for you. Small class sizes allow the instructor to tailor the class to meet your needs, no experiences required. register now

 

High School Studies / Pre-College

SESSION 1 – Monday – Friday, July 11 – 22
MORNING: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Intro to 3D Computer Animation
HS 67, Mon-Fri, July 11-22
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., 1 credit, $355
Natasha Warshawsky

Introduction to 3D design tools to produce short animations. Students will learn the basics of 3D modelling and fundamentals of animation to tell a story with simple objects. The course will cover classic animation technique such as the bouncing ball exercise, as well as building a scene in 3D using the Autodesk Maya software. No previous experience required. register now

AFTERNOON: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Narrative Figure Drawing
HS 66, Mon-Fri, July 11-22
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., 1 credit, $355
Evan Kitson

The figure is the perfect vehicle for conveying a narrative. Students will learn how to use gesture, rhythm, measuring and structure to their advantage and will be encouraged to experiment with different mediums, as well as express personal style. Other components include regular critiques, lessons on anatomy and practicing the benefits of different drawing approaches. NOTE: Nude models will be present for this course. register now

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new! Fashion Illustration & Design w/ CAD
HS 76, Mon-Fri, July 11-22
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., 1 credit, $355
MeeAe Oh-Ranck

Study and develop the essential skills and techniques of drawing fashion figures and the research process that goes into fashion illustration. Drawing methods used in the industry will be demonstrated, starting with idea development and progressing to a completed concept and illustration board that includes actual fabrics. Various mediums will be demonstrated and you will be encouraged to develop your own personal style of illustration. Also, Fashion Illustration with CAD course focuses on the purpose of CAD technology in the fashion industry for design ideation, concept development, research, and presentation. Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop will be used to visualize and explore design ideas, and gain technical skills. Personal study and investigation will be important in the success of this course. register now

SESSION 1 – Monday – Friday, July 25 – August 5
MORNING: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Intro to Graphic Design
HS 73, Mon-Fri, July 25 – August 5
9 a.m. – 12 p.m., 1 credit, $355
Adam Delmarcelle

Intro to Graphic design will expose students to the professional practice of Graphic design focusing on industry standard methods and mediums. We will discuss career paths related to the design industry through classroom discussion as well as case study review. Classroom study will include visual problem solving, creative thinking strategies, and individual and group design problem challenges. We will learn to discuss our work both individually and as a group through the critique process. Through this experience you will have a chance to work within the Adobe Creative Cloud, creating work on industry standard software. register now

AFTERNOON: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

new! Portrait & Figure Photography
HS 77, Mon-Fri, July 25 – August 5
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., 1 credit, $355
Osmyn Oree

Want to learn how to take great, compelling portraits? Creating a captivating portrait of someone can be difficult. You might know what you want your image to look like, but can’t figure out how to make it work. Students will learn to use composition, color, lighting, and a number of other techniques to create images that will catch the eye. In this course, students will also be tasked with handling different creative and conceptual ways to create portraits. Approaching someone to take his or her portrait is also something the course will touch on. If you like portraiture and people this is the course for you! register now

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new! Design for Social Good
HS 78, Mon-Fri, July 25 – August 5
12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., 1 credit, $355
Bill Dussinger

details to come soon.  register now

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Portfolio Preparation Workshop
WS 7, Friday, August 5
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., $55
Matt Chapman

Need to put together a portfolio, but not sure how? This workshop teaches you how to assemble a portfolio for admission to an art college. Learn how to visually and verbally present your work and select pieces for your portfolio. A variety of portfolio styles are shown and discussed. This is an excellent workshop if you are considering a college education in the visual arts. register now

 

Professional Development

Adobe InDesign
DES 154, Mon/Wed, July 11 – August 10
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Nancy Stamatopoulos

Adobe InDesign is a page layout program used to create everything from restaurant menus to brochures and magazines. An integral part of any designer’s Adobe toolkit – along with Photoshop and Illustrator – this program allows you to produce pages quickly and output them reliably – combining images and text for compelling results. In addition to learning to manage the Adobe InDesign program, you will complete your own design project in preparation for a variety of real-world design challenges. NOTE: A basic familiarity with computers recommended. After enrolling, you may be able to use your PCA&D student ID and receive a discount on the Adobe Suite. This class counts towards both the Digital Design: Web & Digital Design: Print certificates. register now

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Lighting for Photographers
PHO 199, Mon/Wed, July 11 – August 10
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Brian Tolbert

Confused by off-camera lighting? This course is an introduction to learning about the techniques and tools used in photography lighting. You will learn about the characteristics of light, light sources, modifiers, balancing flash with ambient light, and additional camera techniques specific to lighting. At the end of this course, you will have the basic knowledge and hands-on experience to feel confident when lighting a subject with off-camera light. Recommended: Completion of PHO 193, Introduction to Digital Photography or equivalent experience. Note: To take this course, you must have basic to intermediate computer skills and a digital 35 mm SLR camera. This class counts towards the Digital Photography certificate. register now

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Advanced Social Media Marketing & Communications
SM 102, Mon/Wed, July 11 – August 10
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Ken Mueller

Learn to expertly integrate your strategy across multiple platforms, use social media effectively, and respond to today’s ever-changing, ever-expanding and highly connected communications landscape. By combining your online and offline marketing, you can build brand awareness that resonates with your target audience. We will cover the benefits of SEO and analytics, and how to measure the results of your social media efforts in order to complement your comprehensive marketing plan and to understand your campaign’s return on investment (ROI). NOTE: Intermediate experience with social media or completion of Introduction to Social Media Marketing & Communications (SM 101). This class counts towards the Social Media Marketing & Communication certificate. register now

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*new* Creating Letters from Sketch to Illustrator
DES 166, Monday, July 11 – August 1
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., non-credit, $195
Ed Kahler

The process of developing unique lettering solutions forms the basis of this course. Students will use diverse source material ranging from vintage showcard lettering to their own handwriting. Attention will be given to spacing, contrast and consistency of style. Sketches will be scanned and redrawn using Adobe Illustrator software to create vector art for reproduction. register now

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Web Design with WordPress
DES 162, Tues/Thurs, July 12 – August 11
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Jonathan Ober

Learn to create your own website or blog using the WordPress platform. WordPress is one of the most popular and easy to use programs for blogging and website creation. You’ll learn the difference between wordpress.com and .org and how to decide which is best for you. This course will teach you how to setup your account, write posts, and navigate through the WordPress dashboard. It will cover custom themes, blog design, managing posts, adding new pages and links, installing plug-ins, search engine optimization tips, and adding analytics. See first-hand why WordPress is a valuable tool for individuals and business owners to use to create or maintain their own blog and website. You’ll be able to leave the course with a new website up and running. NOTE: Previous HTML experience recommended but not required. You do not need to have an existing website to take this course. A personal computer is not necessary. register now

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Adobe Photoshop
DES 152, Tues/Thurs, July 12 – August 11
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Laurie Fuller

Adobe Photoshop has long been the world-standard image-editing, photo-retouching and web graphics software program. This course presents a complete survey of the Photoshop interface – its features, capabilities and uses. Learn to create and manipulate bitmapped, grayscale, and color images through a series of hands-on-exercises. You will also learn how to create sophisticated images for both print and the web. No prior experience necessary. NOTE: A basic familiarity with computers recommended. After enrolling, you may be able to use your PCA&D student ID and receive a discount on the Adobe Suite. This class counts towards both the Digital Design: Web & Digital Design: Print certificates. register now

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Blogging for Business
SM 103, Tues/Thurs, July 12 – August 11
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Ken Mueller

Blogging is one of the most important aspects of how a business markets itself on the web. This course will address all areas of blogging from choice of platform to creating content. Included will be best practices on blogging, how to build a strong community around your blog, and how to use your blog as a way of driving traffic to your website and business. This class will be firmly grounded in the latest theories of communication, blogging and digital marketing, yet offer practical, hands-on experience and lessons which can be put into practice immediately. Whether you have already been blogging or need guidance on starting, this class will help connect the dots. No prior experience necessary. NOTE: Basic familiarity with computers recommended. This class counts towards the Social Media Marketing & Communication certificate. register now

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Business Practices for Photographers
LA 010, Tues/Thurs, July 12 – August 11
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., 1 credit, $430
Brian Tolbert

Learn how to operate your own photography business or seek employment in the industry. Topics covered will include: how to determine your cost of doing business (CODB), the value of professional assoication memberships and the importance of copyright. The instructor will review potential markets for your photography business. These include: magazine/editorial, photo-journalism, stock photography, advertising, commercial, industrial, and portrait and wedding photography. Along with determining how to sell and market these types of services, you will gain valuable information on preparing your portfolio and developing a web presence. NOTE: This is a non-studio lecture course. This class counts towards the Digital Photography certificate. register now

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NEW! Pin It to Win It: Pinterest for Business
WS 84, Friday, July 15
10 a.m. – 1 p.m., $75
Keely Childers Heany

In this 3-hour workshop, business and non-profit professionals will learn how to leverage content to build their brands. Keely Childers Heany, editor-in-chief of Susquehanna Style Magazine, will share the secrets social media success through content marketing. Starting with the basics of this social media platform, this course will strengthen content marketing in your organization through the popular consumer platform, Pinterest. Using real life examples, and an integrated marketing approach, you will learn how to take this platform and build it into your social media and marketing plans. register now

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Adult Studio /Personal Enrichment

NEW! Botanical Art
CE 213, Monday, July 11 – August 8
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., $195
Margaret Saylor

Botanical art draws together art and science in this time-honored genre. Contemporary botanical artists work in a variety of media, including graphite and watercolor. Perfect for the casual artist or the accomplished illustrator, join us to learn to depict our natural world accurately and artistically. All experience levels welcome. Explore graphite rendering of leaves and botanical specimens with an emphasis on drawing skills, then move on to watercolor or colored pencil as the weeks progress. Each class will consist of a brief discussion on the topic at hand followed by guided instruction during studio time. Instructor demonstrations along the way. Botanical specimens will be provided. register now

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Intro to Mural Painting
PTG 198, Mon/Thurs, July 11 – August 4
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., $245
Ophelia Chambliss

Students will be introduced to the variety of mural art designs, styles and uses, along with information on the nature and the purpose of public art. Students will develop their own, original, one of a kind mural from concept to completion. They will develop a comprehensive sketch, establish a color palette, and complete a 4’6” ft x 4’6” ft mural. Students will learn about the use of quality materials, and selecting the right materials for the job.

Materials fee: $50. Includes mural fabric, primer, high quality, lightfast paints, and prep materials. Students should bring their own brushes. register now

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Landscape Painting (en plein aire)
CE 95, Tuesday, July 12 – August 9
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., $195
Michael Allen

Take advantage of the long evening light of summer in this outdoor painting course. The tranquil setting of several area parks and inspiring settings will provide you with weekly inspiration. Learn strategies for both direct painting outdoors and working from references. Techniques that will be covered: color mixing, paint handling, and the various ways to begin a painting. A brief historical overview of landscape painting will also be presented. NOTE: Oil and Acrylic paint is recommended (watercolor is optional if you have prior experience with that medium). register now

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NEW! Photographic Self-Portraits & Selfies
PHO 222, Tuesday, July 12 – August 9
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., $195
Ole Hongvanthong

The tradition of self-portraiture in photography is as old as the medium. The genre provides a great opportunity for amateur and professional photographers to experiment with new techniques, exposure, settings, and lighting. Learn a variety of self-portrait techniques from throughout the history of photography: Pinhole photography on photo paper, Kodak Brownie Camera on black and white film, Polaroid Land Camera with Instant Film Negative Recovery, Salt Printing on digital negative, and Wet Plate photography. register now

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NEW! Poetry in the Park
CE 217, Tuesday, July 12 – August 9
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., $195
Caitlin Downs

In this poetry survey course students will write and read widely, exploring the lovely craft of poetry, including line, meter, musicality, stanza structures and poetic forms. We will study different poetic traditions, including the sonnet, the villanelle, ghazal and poetry of witness. Peers will respond constructively to the work of fellow writers in a supportive workshop. Writers at all levels of experience and familiarity with poetry are welcome, and weather permitting, we will travel to local areas of interest within the city of Lancaster to draw inspiration from our environment. register now

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NEW! Three Color Chalk Drawing
CE 216, Wednesday, July 13 – August 10
6 p.m. – 9 p.m., $195
Evan Kitson

details to come soon register now

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Letterpress Workshop
WS 8, Saturday, July 30
12 p.m. – 4 p.m., $75
Ken Kulakowsky

Join the letterpress movement! This workshop introduces the history and fundamentals of letterpress printing. Hand type-setting, composition, proofing, locking up, and printing are all part of this hands-on experience. You will be able to choose from a vast selection of antique type, imagery, and decorative borders for your very own print and use up to six colors on the six presses. You will take away five prints (5” x 7”) of your final work. NOTE: Supplies/materials are included in the cost; this workshop will be held at Thaddeus Stevens off-campus location. register now