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Winter Classes at the Art League School

Beat the winter doldrums with a class at the Art League! Registration is still open and on-going. Classes begin January 10 and continue through March 13.
A few new classes (not in the printed catalog!):
Intermediate Photography with Gregory Vershbow
by Gregory Vershbow
This course is for those familiar with their cameras, but would like more in-depth discussion. The world of contemporary photography, as well as the technical and aesthetic subjects of composition, landscape, and portraiture is explored. Emphasis is on shooting in either digital or film media. Participants must have an interchangeable lens camera, capable of manual setting with a zoom lens or several fixed focal length lenses. A tripod is helpful.

by Lorraine Oerth

Painted Tile and Creative Mosaics with Lorraine Oerth
Students will learn to master several tile and mosaic techniques: underglaze painting on commercial bisque tile, majolica painting on bisque. Students will create mosaic projects for indoor or outdoor use with an emphasis on the creative process. Students may also create their own tile from wet clay using slab methods. A materials fee of $10 covers cost of using special underglazes provided by instructor, or you may bring your own. Bisque tile is available at a nominal cost. Course includes 5 pounds of wet clay and firing. 

Register for these or any of our other wonderful classes at http://school.theartleague.org

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