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1 Inspiration inside. FALL 2015 Adult & Children Programs Register dvsa.ca

2 DUNDAS VALLEY SCHOOL OF ART PRESENTS Table of Contents Fall 2015 NOVEMBER 14, :00 P.M. DVSA STUDIO LOFT A unique twist on the art lottery where everyone s a winner. Listen for your name to be drawn and then choose your favourite from over 100 stunning art pieces all contained in a little black frame. Created by established and emerging artists, you won t know who made your masterpiece until it s in your hands. Cocktails Hors d oeuvres Music Art Mystery It s the perfect evening. Children and Teen Classes Fall Term... 5 Adult Classes Drawing...10 Painting...13 Pottery...18 Photography...21 Print Making...23 Sculpture...24 Jewellery and Metalsmithing...25 Writing, Book Arts & Calligraphy...26 Art History and Special Interests...27 Artist Talks...28 General Information...29 Registration Policy...30 Sponsorship of Dundas Valley School of Art is generously provided by Tickets on sale in September. Limited number get yours early! 3

3 Children and Teen Art Classes Child and Teen Class Schedule Tuesday Morning CTF03-A *NEW* Glorious Colour for Kids Ages 3-5 After School CTF07 The Art of the Robot: Mindstorm Mash-Up Ages 8-10 CTF10-A Drawing & Painting A Ages 7-10 Wednesday After School CTF11 Teen Pottery Ages 12+ Thursday After School CTF10-B Drawing & Painting B Ages 7-10 Friday Morning CTF01 Your Toddler and You Ages 2-3 CTF02 Pre-Schoolers Art Romp Ages 3-4 Saturday Morning CTF04-A Saturday Art Extravaganza Ages 4-6 CTF05 *NEW* Music, Art & Movement Ages 5-7 CTF06-A Introduction to Pottery Ages 6-8 CTF03-B *NEW* Glorious Colour for Kids Ages 7+ CTF08 Robot Sculpture Ages 11+ CTF09 Cartoonmania Ages 7+ Afternoon CTF04-B Saturday Art Extravaganza Ages 4-6 CTF10-C Drawing & Painting C Ages 7-10 CTF06-B Introduction to Pottery Ages 9+ CTF12 Digital Photography for Teens Ages 11+ CTF13 Teen Drawing & Painting Ages BIG SALE - UP TO 50% OFF - ONE DAY ONLY September 28th Maria s Art Shop, located in the DVSA main lobby Save up to 50% off select items. CTF01 Your Toddler and You Ages 2 3 Sandra Greenblatt, B.A. Friday: October 9 November 27 (8 weeks) 11:00 a.m. 11:45 a.m. This nurturing first art experience for children and their parents/caregivers is designed to be enjoyed together. Join us as we work with drawing, painting, collage, printmaking and clay to explore line, shapes, colour, pattern and texture. A special story time is included each week. Course Fee: $84.00 Limit: 12 students CTF02 Pre-Schoolers Art Romp Ages 3 4 Sandra Greenblatt, B.A. Friday: October 9 November 27 (8 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Stimulate your child s senses and excite their imaginations! This first-time independent art experience for children includes drawing, painting, collage, printmaking and clay as they explore line, shapes, colour, pattern and texture. A special story time is included each week. Course Fee: $84.00 Limit: 12 students *NEW* Glorious Colour for Kids CTF03-A Ages 3 5 Miles Wallace, O.C.T., B.A. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 10:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. CTF03-B Ages 7+ Miles Wallace, O.C.T., B.A. Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Explore the world of vibrant colour through the lens of the Post-Impressionist period. These fun and engaging activities for children will focus on using the colour wheel to build foundational knowledge in primary, secondary and tertiary colour relationships. Warm or cold, push or pull, their work will be exploding on the page! Course Fee Section A: $99.00 Course Fee Section B: $ Limit: 15 students Saturday Art Extravaganza Ages 4 6 Tina Destro, B.A. Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) CTF04-A 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. CTF04-B 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Messy is fun and creativity skills matter. Stimulate your child s imagination as they get their hands into all kinds of art materials and projects. It s time to build amazing sculptures and draw beautiful masterpieces! Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students CTF05 *NEW* Music, Art and Movement Ages 5 7 Samantha O Connell, Hons. B.A. Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. How does the colour red move? What song does a squiggle sing? This class is for children who want to express themselves beyond drawing and painting who want to dance and move when they get excited or delighted, who want to express themselves by singing out loud or enjoying a happy hum. In this class, dance, music and art-making are all a part of the weekly fun! Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students SEE OUR UPCOMING FAMILY ART DAY OPEN HOUSE STUDIOS FOR THE FALL TERM PAGE

4 Children and Teen Art Classes Children and Teen Art Classes Introduction to Pottery CTF06-A Ages 6 8 Janus, B.F.A. Saturday: September 26 December 5 (10 weeks) 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. CTF06-B Ages 9+ Janus, B.F.A. Saturday: September 26 December 5 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Laughter Alert: Making pottery is highly addictive and may cause creativity, new ideas and gales of laughter. In this learning based and skill building program, students will explore the joys of clay using the basic methods of handbuilding and throwing on the pottery wheel. Basic glazing techniques will also be introduced. Note: There will be no class on November 14th. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students CTF07 The Art of the Robot: Mindstorm Mash-Up Ages 8 10 Steve Hudak, M.F.A., O.C.A.D. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 4:15 p.m. 6:15 pm Tech heads unite! Starting with Lego Mindstorms, students will explore the intersection between art and technology as they create robotic sculptures using Lego, found objects, and traditional studio art supplies. Kinetic challenges in 3-D add another dimension of problem solving while building those valuable teamwork skills. No previous experience with robotics is required. Course Fee: $ Limit: 12 students CTF08 Robotic Sculpture Ages 11+ Steve Hudak, M.F.A., O.C.A.D. Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) 10:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Explore the world of electronic art arduinos, motors, circuit bending and engineering, along with the creative challenges of producing moving artworks. Working from reclaimed battery-operated toys, you ll recycle the components as you transform the unwanted into kinetic sculptures. No robotics experience is necessary. Course Fee: $ Limit: 12 students CTF09 Cartoonmania Ages 7+ Jerry Hish, DVSA Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Ignite your child s imagination and creative cartooning skills as they create their very own original comic strips, comic books, advertisements and animation. Students will learn to draw animals, people, expression, action, composition and backgrounds. An 8 X 10 spiral-ringed sketchpad with white paper is required. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students Drawing & Painting CTF10-A Ages Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 4:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. Alison Sawatzky, O.C.T. CTF10-B Ages 7 10 Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Alison Sawatzky, O.C.T. CTF10-C Ages 7 10 Samantha O Connell, Hons. B.A. Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Develop your child s creative spirit and those valuable problem solving skills. Through traditional and experimental methods of art-making, students will explore nature and their imaginations using pencils, pastels, and various forms of paint. Projects can include landscapes, portraits and still lifes, and may very well involve fantasy creatures, favourite animals and flights of fancy! Course Fee A & C: $ Course Fee B: $ Limit: 15 students CTF11 Teen Pottery Ages 12+ Janus, B.F.A. Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 4:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. Express your teen spirit through the art of pottery. You ll explore throwing clay on the wheel, hand-building, and hot and cold surface treatments as you create your own ceramic pieces. This is a great class for connecting with new friends while developing your independent approaches and ideas! Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students CTF12 Digital Photography for Teens Ages 11+ T. B. A. Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. In our digital world almost everyone has a camera, but understanding how to capture that awesome shot that sets Instagram on fire is a different story. Transform your camera into an extension of the creative mind as you jump from AUTO to Manual and learn how to capture the perfect moment. This class requires the ownership of a digital SLR removable lens camera (not point & shoot). Material fee of $15 to be paid to instructor at first class. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students CTF13 Teen Drawing and Painting Ages Miles Wallace, O.C.T., B.A. Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Discover your creative voice. Painting, drawing, encaustic, and three dimensional rendering promise to jiggle those right brain cells and inspire you to expand your artistic horizons as you explore these exciting modern and classic mediums. Lessons are aimed at building eclectic art skills through fun and engaging activities. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students 6 7

5 Adult Fall Classes At A Glance Adult Fall Classes At A Glance Monday Morning DRF01 Portrait Drawing: Beginning/Intermediate DRF02-A Beginners Drawing PNF01 *NEW* Watercolour Techniques for Botanical Art PNF03-A Beginners Watercolour Afternoon PNF10-A Beginners Acrylic Painting PNF15 *NEW* Portrait, and Beyond PNF04 Watercolour: Seasonal Interpretation of Colour PTF02 Introduction to Raku ASF01-A Art History Understanding Byzantine Art Evening DRF03 Introduction to Life Drawing DRF04 Drawing for Everyone PNF10-B Beginners Acrylic Painting PNF05 Watercolour: Exploring Architecture, Colour, Design & More! PTF01-A Introduction to Pottery ASF02 *NEW* Concepts in Visual Culture ASF03 *NEW* Beginners Mosaics PHF03 Digital Photography Basics 2 BCF01 Visual Journaling Tuesday Morning PNF06 Still Life in Watercolour PNF16-A Portrait PNF14 Technical Oil Painting (All levels) Afternoon DRF05 Technical Drawing PNF16-B Portrait PNF11 Acrylics and Mixed Media PTF01-B Introduction to Pottery PHF04 Get Exposed to Digital Photography PHF05 *NEW* Get Exposed to Adobe Lightroom PHF06 Get Further Exposed to Digital Photography BCF02 Calligraphy for Beginners BCF03 *NEW* Introduction to Ekphrasis: Writing Poems about Art Evening DRF02-B Beginners Drawing PNF12 *NEW* Intermediate Acrylics PTF01-C Introduction to Pottery PHF02 Digital Photography Basics 1 PHF07 Creative Night Photography & Painting with Light JMF01 Working in Metal Wednesday Morning PNF02 *NEW* A Botanical Study in Colour PNF17 *NEW* Paint the Town! PNF19 *NEW* The Problematics of Paradise and the Small Things That Arise! PTF03-A Handbuilding PTF06 *NEW* Mouldmaking Afternoon PNF20 PTF04 SCF01 JMF02 Paint Big Technical Ceramics: Intermediate/Advanced Introduction to Sculptural Clay Weaving Metal Evening DRF06 *NEW* Illustration PNF18 Colour 1 PNF07 Introduction to Technical Watercolour PTF05 Introduction to Technical Ceramics: All Levels PHF01 Traditional Photography: All levels SCF02 Modelling the Reclining Human Figure Thursday Morning DRF07 Beginners Life Drawing PNF21 Painting from the Modern Masters PNF13 Acrylic Painting: Intermediate/Advanced PNF22 Colour & Composition in Still Life Afternoon DRF02-C Beginners Drawing PNF03-B Beginners Watercolour PNF08 Watercolour: Intermediate/Advanced PNF23 *NEW* Fabric Collage PNF24 Independent Painting PTF07 Studio Thursday Evening DRF08 Life Drawing: Portfolio Preparation PNF09 Introduction to Watercolour Pencil PNF10-C Beginners Acrylic Painting PTF01-D Introduction to Pottery PHF08 *NEW* Photo Arts Workshop PRF01 Silkscreen Studio SCF03 *NEW* Écorché Sculpture Studio Friday Morning DRF09 Life Drawing in Soft Pastels DRF10 The Art of the Still Life: Drawing & Composition PNF25 Independent Workshop PTF03-B Handbuilding PTF06 Mouldmaking Afternoon PRF02 Print Studio Social ASF01-B Art History Understanding Byzantine Art Evening DRF11 *NEW* First Fridays: Licenced to Draw (and Paint) Weekend Afternoon DRF12 Life Workshop Workshops PTF08 *NEW* Monoprinting in Clay Masterclass (November 14 & 15) PTF09 *NEW* Cone 10 Glaze Workshop (November 8) PTF10 *NEW* Raku Workshop (October 18 & 25) JMF03 Jewellery Workshop: Any Level (November 8) ASF05 Mandala Workshop (November 8) ASF06 *NEW* A Beginner s Guide to Social Media (September 27) ASF07 *NEW* How to Apply for an Exhibition (September 26) ASF04 *NEW* Writing an Artist s Statement (September 27) ASF08 *NEW* Colour Theory for Quilters (November 8) 8 9

6 Drawing DRF01 Portrait Drawing: Beginning/Intermediate Holly Sneath, B.A., M.F.A. Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Create convincing renderings in any drawing medium such as pencil, charcoal and pastel. Whether you are a beginner or intermediate student, this class will provide the basic skills in achieving a likeness, as well as an understanding of the underlying structures. The instructor will provide weekly demonstrations plus individual instruction. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students Beginners Drawing Janus, B.F.A. DRF02-A Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Les Drysdale, Hons. B.F.A. DRF02-B Tuesday: September 22 November 23 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Guennadi Kalinine, Kazan College, B. Hist. B. Art History, Kazan State University DRF02-C Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Unleash your love of form and line! This introduction to drawing, ranging from perspective and composition to the fundamentals of learning how to see, will challenge your senses and develop your drawing and shading skills. For anyone looking to become an artist, basic drawing skills are considered essential for taking further course work. Section A Course Fee: $ includes 3 sessions with a life (nude) model Section B & C DRF03 Introduction to Life Drawing Rae Bates, B.A., M.A. Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Study the classic motif of the nude as you learn formal drawing techniques. This simple and accessible approach will reveal a richer understanding of what it is to draw the human form. Classes entail group and individual instruction. All levels welcome. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students Drawing DRF04 Drawing for Everyone Jonathan Smith, B.F.A., M.F.A. Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. If you itch to express through drawing how you see the world, this class is for you. Boost your imagination and build those effective visual communication skills as you learn how to use proportion, space, and shading and achieve three-dimensional focus through volume. Plenty of class demonstrations and individual instruction is provided throughout. All levels. DRF05 Technical Drawing Guennadi Kalinine, Kazan College, B. Hist. B. Art History, Kazan State University Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Discover the tools, approaches, and training exercises that underpin great drawing technique. This all-levels course is designed for artists that want to understand and master the technical components of making a mark. Using a range of media, discover greater mastery in expressing precisely what you see or envision. DRF06 *NEW* Illustration Ward Shipman, B.A., B.Ed. Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Tell stories and communicate your ideas visually through the exciting world of illustration. This introductory course uses a variety of media and incorporates drawing from the live model to engage you in projects that present different aspects of illustration, including children, book and product illustration. Some prior knowledge of drawing would be an asset. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students DRF07 Beginners Life Drawing Holly Sneath, B.A., M.F.A. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Study the figure with emphasis on gestures, contours, values, proportion and composition. Gesture drawings followed by increasingly sustained poses will give you a basic foundation in drawing the nude. Demonstrations and individual instruction provided. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students DRF08 Life Drawing: Portfolio Preparation for College/University Ward Shipman, B.A., B.Ed. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Life drawing is the foundation of your portfolio, whether you are applying to college or university for Animation, Illustration, Fine Arts or Architecture. Three areas of drawing will be explored in this course drawing the portrait, costume drawing and drawing from the nude figure. Students should be prepared on the first night to draw with black conté crayon on 18 x 24 newsprint pad. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students DRF09 Life Drawing in Soft Pastels Holly Sneath, B.A., M.F.A. Friday: September 25 November 27 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Fine tuning your observational skills and developing an appreciation for the anatomy of the figure are emphasized in this invigorating life drawing class. You ll be challenged to scrutinize and decipher subtle colour cues while exploring the full range of value. Experience with life drawing or soft pastels is helpful. Nude models are scheduled for two consecutive weeks. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students 10 11

7 Drawing DRF10 The Art of the Still Life: Drawing & Composition Rae Bates, B.A., M.A. Friday: September 25 November 27 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Using weekly still-life compositions as your subject, you ll address the fundamental issues in the art of drawing and picture making. Included will be lessons in the representation of space, perspective and drawing techniques. Classes entail group and individual instruction. All levels welcome. DRF11 *NEW* First Fridays: Licenced to Draw (and Paint) Wayne Moore, O.C.A.D. Friday: October 2, November 6 & December 4 6:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Sometimes artists just need to loosen up. This once-a-month drop-in life drawing and painting workshop features adult libations, a prime spot in front of a life (nude) model, and the opportunity to unwind from the week as you settle in to draw or paint. Working with instructor Wayne Moore, you ll hone your skills through short sketches and longer poses. Licensed cash bar with light snacks available. Course Fee: $10.00 per session Limit: 30 students DRF12 Life Workshop No Instructor Model provided Saturday: September 26 November 28 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Students will have the opportunity to work with a life (nude) model. No instructor. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students DRF13 Open Studio Workshop Monday and Friday September 28 November 20 (8 weeks) 9:00 a.m. 12:00 noon or 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Students registered in current Drawing or Painting classes can take advantage of the DVSA studio facilities in order to work on their artwork. Course Fee: $69.00 Limit: 30 students Painting PNF01 *NEW* Workshop: Watercolour Techniques for Botanical Art Margaret Best, B.Ed. Monday: October 5 (1 day) 9:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Reproducing the natural beauty of flowers provides the inspiration for this workshop. Discover the materials best suited to achieving successful botanical paintings and learn why the paper, brushes and some paints used by botanical artists differ from those used for landscapes, still-life studies and loose flower painting. Also a focus are important techniques for colour applications best suited to botanical art. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PNF02 *NEW* Workshop: A Botanical Study in Colour Margaret Best, B.Ed. October 7 & 8 (2 days) 9:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Feel your creativity and confidence bloom as you start your own botanical study in watercolour! Whether you re taking your first steps or have some prior experience with watercolour, this 2 day workshop is an excellent place to start for all newcomers to botanical art. The workshop content involves observational drawing from a chosen subject, guidance in the process of accurate colour matching, and the early stages of colour application all setting the stage for your own successful botanical study in colour. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students Beginners Watercolour Bill Biddle, Art Student s League of New York, American Design School PNF03-A Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. PNF03-B Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Watercolor is a swim in the metaphysics of life... a mirror of one s own character. Let it be unpredictable and colorful. (Anonymous) This course is ideal for those who have never tried watercolour or have limited watercolour skills. Learn to master this challenging and delightful medium, starting with basic techniques and moving through a series of exercises and projects designed to build your confidence and talents. PNF04 Watercolour: Seasonal Interpretation of Colour Bonnie Steinberg, B.A., C.S.P.W.C., S.C.A., T.W.S. Monday: September 21 November 28 (9 weeks) 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Explore glorious transparent watercolour in a relaxed environment designed for all levels of painters. Learn how to mix and interpret vibrant watercolour combinations. As you explore, you ll capture our wonderful fall season and its particular colour combinations. Demonstrations and individual assistance will be emphasized. Please note: There will be no class on November 9th. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PNF05 Watercolour: Exploring Architecture, Colour, Design & More! Bonnie Steinberg, B.A., C.S.P.W.C., S.C.A., T.W.S. Monday: September 21 November 28 (9 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. This class will emphasize transparent watercolour as a means of artistic expression for ALL levels. Learn how to render architecture and its elements, utilizing various techniques for beautiful fall compositions. Demonstrations and individual assistance will be emphasized. Please note: There will be no class on November 9th. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PNF06 Still Life in Watercolour Sandee Ewasiuk, A.O.C.A.D. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Immerse yourself in this stimulating medium that s provided the means to create some of the world s greatest pieces of art. Working from a different still life every week or two, you ll receive group and individual instruction on composition, colour and technique. Students can work in traditional watercolour methods or explore other approaches. All levels. 13 Indian Head Cove by Guennadi Kalinine

8 Painting PNF07 Introduction to Technical Watercolour Wayne Moore, O.C.A.D. Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Discover the distinctive flow of the watercolour brush as you explore the basic tools and approaches of watercolour painting. Through the course of specific exercises, you ll experience the techniques, develop the fundamental skills of the medium, and acquire an understanding of the properties of colour. PNF08 Watercolour: Intermediate/Advanced Bill Biddle, Art Student s League of New York, American Design School Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. This advanced class is designed to pique your curiosity and build on your developing watercolour skills. Explore basic value and composition related to landscape and still life painting using a limited palette. Exercises will include transparency, layering, value, wetness, spontaneity, and colour use. PNF09 Introduction to Watercolour Pencil Wayne Moore, O.C.A.D. Thursday: September 24 October 15 (4 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Discover the joy and versatility of working in this unique medium. A cross-over between drawing and painting, you ll achieve the watercolour look with coloured pencil control. Experiment with different exercises to familiarize yourself with this multi-faceted, portable and inexpensive form of expression. No experience required. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students Beginners Acrylic Painting PNF10-A Bill Biddle, Art Student s League of New York, American Design School Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. PNF10-B Marla Panko, B.A., M.F.A. Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. PNF10-C Guennadi Kalinine, Kazan College, B. Hist. B. Art History, Kazan State University Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Designed for those who have never tried acrylics or have limited painting skills, you ll learn to master this plastic and flexible medium, starting with basic techniques and moving through a series of exercises and projects designed to grow your confidence and talents. PNF11 Acrylics and Mixed Media Sandee Ewasiuk, A.O.C.A.D. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Art knows no limits. Expand upon your creative journey by introducing a blend of materials bound to bring new depths and intrigue to your work. You ll explore the techniques and properties of primarily acrylic paints and acrylic paint mediums and be introduced to various other media, including pastel, paper, found objects, etc. PNF12 *NEW* Intermediate Acrylics Marla Panko, B.A., M.F.A. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Go deeper into the artistic possibilities of this challenging and captivating medium. This course is geared toward those students with some previous experience with acrylic painting who are seeking ways to improve upon their skills. You ll explore various approaches and techniques in acrylics through projects designed to inspire your creativity. Painting PNF13 Acrylic Painting: Intermediate/Advanced Bill Biddle, Art Student s League of New York, American Design School Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Building further upon the joys and nuances of the medium, this course is for students with some acrylic painting experience. Using three values of one colour and black and white to create a landscape value pattern in the flat, you ll progressively move towards working with a full colour palette range. PNF14 Technical Oil Painting (All levels) Guennadi Kalinine, Kazan College, B. Hist. B. Art History, Kazan State University Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. For those students looking for a precise and prescribed approach to working in oil paint, this class will define how to get the results you want. A series of engaging painting exercises will teach you how and when to use specific brushes, grounds, colours and approaches to mixing paint. An excellent jumping-off point for beginners. All levels welcome. PNF15 *NEW* Portrait, and Beyond Holly Sneath, B.A., M.F.A. Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Students are encouraged to push beyond the academic, taking risks in application, colour choices, composition, etc. as they respond to a portrait model. You will learn to make your own editorial decisions with respect to the various elements of picture making, taking your work beyond the literal portrait. You may elect to use any media or combination wet and dry to explore a new model each week. Some experience with portrait drawing, and/or your chosen media is advised. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PNF16 Portrait Katherine MacDonald, B.F.A. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) PNF16-A 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. PNF16-B 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Capture the complexity and grace of the human subject as you work in any drawing or painting medium. The same model will sit for both the morning and afternoon sessions. Students interested in working on longer sustained or larger pieces might consider registering for both classes. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! MAKE YOUR OWN MANDALA. SEE OUR MANDALA WORKSHOP (ASF05) PAGE 27 Get Creative With Your Next Celebration Our Art Parties include a 1 ½ hour art class in a DVSA studio with all materials supplied. We also provide a separate room for food, games and fun. $ HST for up to 15 people $ HST per person if party is over 15 Held any Sunday when the school is not being used for another function. 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9 Painting PNF17 *NEW* Paint the Town! Jody Joseph, B.A., J.D. Wednesday: September 23 November 11 (8 Weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. An outdoor painting class with a difference! We ll work at various locations around Dundas where houses, streets, buildings, signs, telephone poles, cars, trucks and people are all part of the landscape. For students with some experience working outside. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PNF18 Colour 1 Marla Panko, B.A., M.F.A. Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Discovering perfect colours and colour combinations is an exciting and never ending quest for artists, interior designers and landscapers. In this course, you ll learn about colour from the basics up, exploring colour mixing and colour relationships in weekly projects. By the end of the term, you ll be the proud owner of your own comprehensive colour reference portfolio. PNF19 *NEW* The Problematics of Paradise and The Small Things That Arise. V. Jane Gordon, M.A. Wednesday: September 30 November 25 (9 Weeks) 11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Each morning The Instructor will stretch open the course title through lectures created to provoke discussion of the concept of Paradise in historical and contemporary art and culture. After the lecture, Participating Artists will have opportunities to stretch open their creative potential by working in their media of choice; playing with imagery, formats and any contemporary issues brought forward. Group members will be encouraged to contribute and execute ideas that delve into specific and broadly based professional artistic responses to the course title and content. This will be a collegial group, open to all interested artists and their practices. Discussions across disciplines and between working artists will continue to stretch artists foundations and stimulate production. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PNF20 Paint Big Sandee Ewasiuk, A.O.C.A.D. Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Let go of your creative inhibitions and have fun painting something big and bold. You ll use large canvases and large brushes to create your own unique masterpieces. All levels are welcome and a sense of adventure is encouraged. Secure onsite storage is available for leaving pieces between classes. For the first class, please bring acrylic paints in three colours (or more) and a canvas of 30 x40 or bigger. Painting PNF23 *NEW* Fabric Collage Marla Panko, B.A., M.F.A. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Tap into serendipity and a new form of expression as you explore the possibilities of using acrylic paint, material and fabric scraps to create stunning collages. Various approaches to construction, use of colour, composition, texture, as well as ways of incorporating image and text will be presented. Sewing skills are not required. PNF24 Independent Painting Holly Sneath, B.A., M.F.A. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Work in any painting medium and pursue your personal area of interest with support and feedback from the instructor and other participants. This course is tailored to each individual according to their own interests and aesthetic. Students are encouraged to bring source materials such as a sketchbook, photos, etc. For intermediate/advanced artists. PNF25 Independent Workshop Marla Panko, B.A., M.F.A. Friday: September 25 November 27 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Work independently on art projects of your choosing in an informal classroom environment under the guidance of an expert instructor. All media. All welcome. PNF26 Mentored Independent Studies John Wilkinson, N.D.D., R.A.S. (Dist) Designed specifically for students that have acquired specific interests in the visual arts and established a level of skill, this course offers encouragement, challenges and the opportunity to broaden your awareness in order to reach your higher goals and aspirations. Students are assigned their own individual work space and provided with a collective exchange of ideas, knowledge and experiences. The course requires at least four days commitment per week. Those interested should and/or phone X 227 for the application process, schedule and pricing. PNF21 Painting from the Modern Masters Jody Joseph, B.A., J.D. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. In this all-day class, we look closely at the work of different Modernist artists: their use of colour, conception of space, subject matter and ideas. Then we paint, exploring the lessons learned. This course is for painters with some experience. Students who have taken the course before may pursue independent projects. Oil encouraged; acrylic is fine. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PNF22 Colour & Composition in Still Life Marla Panko, B.A., M.F.A. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Painting directly from still life, you ll learn how to apply the fundamentals of colour and composition within the context of a finished work. Students will produce five paintings from classroom setups arranged to showcase specific colour schemes and compositions. Acrylics or oils are both welcome. 16

10 Pottery Introduction to Pottery PTF01-A Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Richard Fisher, Sheridan College PTF01-B Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Michael Collins, Penland School of Crafts, Art/Ceramics Major, Georgian College PTF01-C Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Catherine Weir, DVSA PTF01-D Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Michael Collins, Penland School of Crafts, Art/Ceramics Major, Georgian College Learn the hand-forming techniques of working with clay, including pinch, coil, slab, and the potter s wheel. Also covered are the basics of glazing and surface decoration. You ll hone your skills while transforming your ideas into inspired finished pottery. Suitable for all levels, adults and students 16+. Clay extra. Course Fee: $ $45.00 firing/glazing fee Limit: 15 students PTF02 Introduction to Raku Janus, B.F.A. Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Lift it, pull it, wrap it, pound it; clay is wonderfully resilient if you know its tricks. Experiment in the sculptural, non-functional realm. The focus this term is on decorative sculptural raku. Clay extra. Course Fee: $ $45.00 firing/glazing fee Limit: 15 students Handbuilding Christie Gruppé, B.F.A., Ceramics, Sheridan College PTF03-A Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. or PTF03-B Friday: September 25 November 27 (10 weeks) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Explore your creative side in clay and develop the dexterity and skill needed for the fine art of pottery. Learn hand building techniques such as pinching, coiling, and soft or hard slab construction. You ll also have an opportunity to bring your ideas to life on the potter s wheel. All levels. Clay extra. Course Fee: $ $45.00 firing/glazing fee Limit: 15 students PTF04 Technical Ceramics: Intermediate/Advanced T.B.A. Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Focus on the development of your technical skills through hand-forming, thrown forms, and glazing techniques. Additionally, you ll explore surface decoration, glaze application and an introduction to the science of firing work. Class discussions, demonstrations and assignments will be a part of this program for those that have completed a minimum of 2 DVSA ceramics classes. Clay extra. Course Fee: $ $45.00 firing/glazing fee Limit: 15 students Pottery PTF06 *NEW* Mouldmaking Christie Gruppe, B.F.A., Ceramics, Sheridan College Wednesday & Friday September 9 18 (4 classes) 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Discover the ins and outs of making hump moulds and slump moulds both one and two-part moulds for use with clay. Using clay, plaster, wood and insulation board, you ll learn a different mould making method each class for four sessions. Class discussions will include the many innovative ways moulds can be used to expand one s creativity in clay and will reference contemporary artists building pottery with the help of moulds. Students can expect to have at least one new mould of each type to use in their own studio or in their upcoming clay class. Material fee of $20 paid to instructor at first class. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PTF07 Studio Thursday Colleen O Reilly, DVSA Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Whether you are a beginner who has always wondered about taking a pottery class or a seasoned potter that wants to tackle some challenging projects, this class is a supportive environment in which to move your ideas forward. You ll use various techniques, such as slab and extrusion construction, as you explore surface decoration, including printing on clay. Clay extra. Course Fee: $ $45.00 firing/glazing fee Limit: 15 students LOOKING FOR SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT? TRY OUR BEGINNER MOSAICS COURSE TRADITIONAL MOSAIC TECHNIQUES WITH A CONTEMPORARY EDGE (ASF03) PAGE 27 PTF08 *NEW* Monoprinting in Clay Masterclass Mitch Lyons, M.F.A., B.F.A. Saturday & Sunday (2 days) November 14 & 15 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Painters, potters and printmakers, get ready to use clay in a very different way! Working with internationally acclaimed potter and printmaker, Mitch Lyons, you ll learn how to make clay monoprints using coloured clays and slips not ink or a press. This is a very non-toxic and easy printmaking process that uses simple tools to make sophisticated mono prints. Demonstrations include applying wet clays and coloured slips to your printing plate clay slab and how to add texture, powdered pastels, and stencils to the slab using lots of ceramic techniques. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PTF05 Introduction to Technical Ceramics: All Levels T.B.A. Wednesday:September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. This class is designed for all potters and would-be potters looking to ensure they re doing it right! From the materials to the tools to the techniques, this is technical potting at its best. Don t just learn the how learn the why of hand and wheel work, finishing, glazing and firing. Clay extra. Course Fee: $ $45.00 firing/glazing fee Limit: 15 students 18 17

11 Pottery PTF09 *NEW* Cone 10 Glaze Workshop Michael Collins, Penland School of Crafts, Art/Ceramics Major, Georgian College Sunday: November 8 (1 day) 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Explore waxing and glazing techniques from the bottom up. Learn glazing, staining and decoration, as well as how to use certain tools around the glaze studio. For the hands-on portion of the workshop, bring 6-8 small bisque pieces of various shapes & sizes (cone 10 only). If you are currently enrolled in a fall DVSA pottery course, your pieces will be fired onsite. Course Fee: $74.00 Limit: 15 students Photography PHF01 Traditional Photography: All levels Peter Karuna, B.A., B.Ed. Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Nothing beats the magic of seeing your photographic images appear in the darkroom. Dig out that 35mm camera and (re)discover the art of old-school film photography no computers involved. This is an opportunity for both novice and experienced film-based photographers to learn, practice and improve their black-and-white camera and darkroom skills. The flexible workshop format accommodates structured and/or independent learning. Course Fee: $ Limit: 9 students, adults and mature teens only. PTF10 *NEW* Raku Workshop Catherine Weir, DVSA Sunday: October 18 & 25 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. This two-day workshop is an opportunity to learn about the history of Raku and glean an understanding of how simple, but attractive, raku glazes work. The three basic characteristics of raku (crackle, lustres, and carbonization) will be explored, along with safe firing and post-firing reduction techniques. Students are required to bring 5-6 bisqued pieces to the workshop. This informative and enjoyable course will be a stepping stone to more advanced raku courses. All levels are welcome. Course Fee: $ Limit: 12 students 20 RAISE YOUR CLAY ARTISTRY TO NEW HEIGHTS! SEE INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURAL CLAY, (SCF01) - PAGE 24 PTF11 Pottery Open Studio Students registered in the current term may take advantage of open studio times to continue developing their work and technique. Starting this fall, open studio time has been expanded. Come for a single session or benefit from the discounted rate available by purchasing a 10-visit card (to be presented at the time you sign in). Want your studio time for free? Current students interested in monitoring in exchange for the open studio fees should contact the school at to apply. Please indicate which sessions you wish to monitor and we ll send you the details and an application. Please note: staff and faculty are currently working to find additional hours of open studio time between terms. Please check the Ceramics Studio blackboard for details as they become available. September 28 November 20 (8 weeks) Monday: 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m Tuesday: 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Tuesday: 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Thursday: 4:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m Friday: 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Sunday: 1:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. (not open October 18 & 25th, Nov. 8 & 15th) Cost: $15 per visit (includes HST) or 10 visit card: $95.00 Buy 3 cards at one time and save 10%. All cards must be used within the term they are issued. Limit: 30 students PHF02 Digital Basics 1 Peter Karuna, B.A., B.Ed. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Learn how to control your digital camera instead of it controlling you! In this beginner-level course, you ll develop a solid foundation in this wonderfully versatile medium. Use your camera more confidently, understand how to produce better quality images and learn how to safely transfer, organize and backup your photos. Course Fee: $ Limit: 12 students PHF03 Digital Basics 2 Peter Karuna, B.A., B.Ed. Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Apply the theories and lessons learned in Digital Basics 1 to build upon your growing visual language and style. Practical exercises will challenge your creativity and consolidate your technical skills as you take more compelling photographs. You will also improve your photo editing using a step-by-step introduction to Photoshop. Prerequisite: Digital Basics 1 Course Fee: $ Limit: 12 students PHF04 Get Exposed to Digital Photography Matthew Schonewille, Redeemer University Tuesday: September 22 October 13 (4 weeks) 12:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Jump from AUTO to the Manual setting on your camera and open up a whole new photographic world. Designed for beginner to intermediate photographers, this course will provide you with the essential tools and knowledge to transform your camera from that complicated device into an amazing tool for your creative imagination. Participants are required to work with a digital SLR removable lens camera (not point & shoot). Course Fee: $ Limit: 10 students PHF05 *NEW* Get Exposed to Adobe Lightroom Matthew Schonewille, Redeemer University Tuesday: September 22 October 13 (4 weeks) 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Unpack the many features at your disposal in Adobe s premier digital photo processor and image organizer. This Level One course sets the foundation for being able to import, edit and export your photos into Lightroom. You ll learn how to best organize your images and retouch your digital photos using the application s powerful editing system. Course Fee: $ Limit: 10 students PHF06 Get Further Exposed to Digital Photography Matthew Schonewille, Redeemer University Tuesday: November 3 24 (4 weeks) 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Shutter speed, ISO and aperture settings form the core foundation of how all photos are captured. This course focuses on how the big three interact and how you can manipulate them to produce photos that stand out. You ll also explore the concept of exposure and continue expanding on your photographic knowledge as you transition from Auto to Manual mode. Prerequisite: Get Exposed to Digital Photography - Level 1 or Permission of the Instructor. Course Fee: $ Limit: 10 students 21

12 Photography PHF07 Creative Night Photography & Painting with Light Matthew Schonewille, Redeemer University Tuesday: November 3 24 (4 weeks) 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Stretch your perceptions of what photography can do and snap images you never thought possible. This course focuses on how light can be captured at night with various long exposure techniques from creative night photography to painting with light and beyond. Note: There is an outdoor night component when taking photos that requires a tripod (further details will be shared during the first class). Prerequisite: Get Exposed to Digital Photography Level 1 or Permission of the Instructor Course Fee: $ Limit: 10 students PHF08 *NEW* Photo Arts Workshop Peter Karuna, B.A., B.Ed. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Develop your own style and vision through a term-long exploration project. This is a flexible workshop format for students who have been through the Digital Basics courses and wish to extend their digital and hybrid photographic experience. Bring an open mind and be ready to engage, experiment, photograph daily and present work weekly. This is a participant-driven course expect to contribute. Prerequisite: Digital Basics 1, 2 and 3 or Instructor s permission. All participants will be contacted prior to the program start. Please include your address when registering. Course Fee: $ Limit: 12 students Printmaking PRF01 Silkscreen Studio Laura Bromwich, Hons. B.A. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Discover the versatility and unique characteristics of silkscreening. This course is suitable for both beginning and experienced screen printers. Beginners will learn a step-by-step method designed to inspire the creation of silkscreened projects. Returning students will explore more challenging ideas aimed at cultivating an advanced set of silk screening skills. Material fee of $12.00 paid to instructor at first class. PRF02 Print Studio Social Laura Bromwich, Hons. B.A. Friday: September 25 November 27 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Join us on Fridays for an afternoon of relaxed and social art making and printmaking (mono-print, collagraph, linocut, silkscreen and non-toxic intaglio and relief). Whether you want to dabble in the printmaking process for the first time or learn new techniques and work independently on your projects, this class offers a supportive environment in which you can utilize the print studio to pursue your ideas. Material fee of $12.00 paid to instructor at first class. MONOPRINTING IN CLAY MASTERCLASS WITH ACCLAIMED POTTER AND PRINTMAKER, MITCH LYONS (PTF08) PAGE 19

13 Sculpture Jewellery and Metalsmithing SCF01 Introduction to Structural Clay Janus, B.F.A. Wednesday: September 23 October 28 (6 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Raise your clay artistry to new heights. Learn the basic uses of weight, space and volume. Discover the relief of pieces surviving more kiln firings! Clay extra. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students SCF02 Modelling the Reclining Human Figure Les Drysdale, Hons. B.F.A. Wednesday: September 23 November 25 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Using a live model, you ll learn how to create a realistic figure from clay without the necessity of building a support armature. Classes will cover the use of a variety of sculpture tools and techniques designed to refine your sculpting prowess. Your completed life size portrait will be hollowed then kiln fired. For all levels. Clay extra. Material fee of $10.00 paid to instructor at first class. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students SCF03 *NEW* Écorché Sculpture Studio Steve Hudak, M.F.A., O.C.A.D. Thursday: September 24 November 26 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. The traditional method of écorché (translated as flayed flesh ) is one of the oldest techniques for artists to acquire an understanding of human anatomy. Using advanced imaging techniques and faithful source material, this technique engages human anatomy at an extraordinary level. Beginning with the skeletal system and working in plasticine, you ll progress at your own pace, developing a greater appreciation for human anatomy and reinforcing your figurative sculpture and modelling skills. All materials included. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students JMF01 Working in Metal Janice Peshke, B.F.A. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Learn metal construction through traditional methods. Classes include demonstrations of techniques and guidance on how to use the proper tools to saw, file, hammer, form, texture and polish. Material fee of $40.00 paid to instructor at first class. JMF02 Weaving Metal Alexandra Kitty, B.A. Psychology, M.A., Journalism Wednesday: September 23 October 14 (4 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Take the plunge and learn the exciting art of metalwork weaving in this hands-on fibre arts course with a twist. Create pictures that incorporate found objects and learn wire-wrapping, forming and weaving to create unique and gorgeous wearable works of art. You ll be amazed at what is possible with this extraordinary fusion art form. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students JMF03 Jewellery Workshop: Any Level Janice Peshke, B.F.A. Sunday: November 8 (1 day) 9:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Discover the joy and fulfillment of creating and wearing your own jewellery. Wrap point crystals, stones, beads, glass and shells in a variety of ways to make pieces that are distinctly you. Weaving wire will also be introduced to create interesting effects. Wire techniques will be emphasized to combine coils, cages, spirals, loops, etc. Material fee of $40.00 to be paid to instructor. Course Fee: $69.00 Limit: 15 students 23

14 Writing, Book Arts & Calligraphy BCF01 Visual Journaling Laura Bromwich, Hons. B.A. Monday: September 21 November 30 (10 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Expressive, reflective and social! Visual journaling is a method of reflective thinking and a record of image making. Through weekly projects, you ll learn both the process and the techniques used in writing and mixed media journaling. Course Fee: Limit: 15 students BCF02 Calligraphy for Beginners Aline Chan, O.C.T. Tuesday: September 22 November 24 (10 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Explore the art of the written word. Beginning with the Foundation Hand, an ideal learning alphabet, you ll learn how to form letters and make the best use of this versatile font. Sometimes called the Round Hand, it has strong similarities to the Roman style and is ideal for a broad range of applications. Demonstrations will introduce lower and upper case alphabets, while weekly assignments will provide a springboard for your own ideas and projects. BCF03 *NEW* Introduction to Ekphrasis: Writing Poems about Art Alexandra Oliver, M.A., M.F.A. Tuesday: October 13 November 17 (6 weeks) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Have you ever wanted to write poetry, but found yourself needing that extra spark of inspiration? Let art come to the rescue! Using visual works, examples of masterful art inspired poetry, discussion and a variety of creative writing exercises, this course offers you the chance to play with words and create new poems of your own. Following the MOMA method, you ll move through the gallery, take notes and learn how to formulate your impressions into work that experiments with form and celebrates art and the people who make it. Writers and art lovers of all stages of experience are welcome. Course Fee: $ Limit: 15 students PLENTY OF GIFT IDEAS AT THE CLAY SHOPPE The Clay Shoppe is a pop-up shop with a difference! Featuring ceramics made by DVSA students, purchases help support both the artist and the School. There s no time like the present to get a jump on getting your holiday gifts. Check out the selection in the DVSA lobby and first floor corridor. Art History and Special Interest Art History Understanding Byzantine Art Regina Haggo, B.A., M. Litt. ASF01-A Monday: September 21 November 30 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. (10 weeks) ASF01-B Friday: September 25 November 27 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. (10 weeks) An introduction to the mosaics and paintings of a lesser known time and place: the Byzantine Empire between the 4th and 15th centuries. Classes aim to entertain, enlighten and educate. Course Fee: $ Limit: 30 students ASF02 *NEW* Concepts in Visual Culture Greg Davies, M.A., Hons. B.A. Monday: September 21 November 16 (8 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. Why do some works of art fill us with wonder? How does art speak to us and move us emotionally? Why do we place such high value on the work of some artists relative to others? Come and explore these and other fascinating questions in a series of lectures that will journey through the major historic and contemporary concepts of importance to visual artists, illustrators and designers. Course Fee: $ Limit: 30 students ASF03 *NEW* Beginners Mosaics Nancy Zboch, Hons. B.A., Sheridan College Monday: October 26 November 30 (6 weeks) 7:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. This exciting mixed media course offers traditional mosaic techniques with a contemporary edge. You ll develop a design based in biomimicry (the practice of developing sustainable human design inspired by nature) and create three separate assemblage mosaic panels as an 8 x 8 triptych. Together they ll tell a visual story that can be hung vertically, horizontally or individually. All materials included. Tool fee of $38.00 to be paid directly to the instructor. Course Fee: $ Limit: 10 students ASF04 *NEW* Writing an Artist s Statement Alexandra Oliver, M.A., M.F.A. Saturday: September 26 (1 day) 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Oh, the agony of writing an artist s statement! When you re a visual artist, finding the right words to express yourself can be excruciating. In this quick workshop, you ll explore tips, tricks and strategies to get you to the core of what you need and want to express about your artwork, inspiration and process. You ll produce a statement during the workshop and get resources for developing your artist s biography and descriptions of your work. Course Fee: $39.00 Limit: 25 students ASF05 Mandala Workshop Ashley Camera, Tribal Thunder Sunday: November 8 (1 day) 10:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Back by popular demand! Discover the easy and gratifying experience of making your own Mandala. Create a work of art that can boost creativity and memory, improve problem solving skills, induce stress relief, and serve as a form of visual journaling and spiritual self-expression. This workshop teaches you the secret techniques needed to produce powerful and meaningful designs anytime with confidence and readily available materials. Course Fee: $69.00 Limit: 15 students ASF06 *NEW* A Beginner s Guide to Social Media Tracee Lee-Holloway Sunday: September 27 (1 day) 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Ready to build an audience for your artwork? Discover how to create an online buzz and make the most of the various social media marketing tools based on who you are and how you want to present your work. Tools covered include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Course Fee: *FREE* Limit: 25 students 26 27

15 Art History and Special Interest ASF07 *NEW* How to Apply for an Exhibition George Wale, M.Ed., B.A. Sunday: September 27 (1 day) 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Increase your chances of being accepted for an exhibition by learning the crucial do s and don ts of the application process. This artistic development workshop will cover how to prepare your portfolio, creating a shortlist of galleries and deciding what artwork to send and when. Course Fee: *FREE* Limit: 25 students ASF08 *NEW* Colour Theory for Quilters Marla Panko, B.A., M.F.A. Sunday: November 8 (1 day) 9:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Understanding the basic fundamentals of colour can help you create more effective compositions. This workshop will provide instruction in various colour relationships and strategies. You ll use fabric swatches to create colour storyboards for future development or reference. Course Fee: $69.00 Limit: 15 students Artist Talks Learning from other artists is one of the seminal elements in an artist s training. These free 1 hour talks are an excellent opportunity to hear from the artists themselves as they share information on their careers, inspiration, techniques and the work they produce. Welcome to the DVSA! Materials for all adult classes are to be provided by the student, unless otherwise stated. Course material lists and necessary information will be ed prior to the first class and/or made available on the DVSA website. Materials for children s classes are included, unless otherwise stated. From time to time, DVSA takes photographs of our students at work for use in our publications, on our website or in grant materials. For privacy reasons, students are NEVER identified. The photographs are not released to any other group and are not used for commercial purposes. If you do not wish to have yourself or your child photographed, please inform the school office at the time of registration. Due to allergy concerns, we ask that you please avoid bringing products with nuts into the DVSA and keep fragrance to a minimum. Course Listing Prerequisites Beginner or Introductory For students with little to no background in that art form. Intermediate Some art background in that subject, typically two or more classes. Advanced The student has taken three or more courses in the medium or in related skill areas. Open Studio classes are designed for people who are Intermediate or Advanced and wish to work on a selfdirected project in a specific medium. Rosemary VanderBreggen October 21, 10:30 a.m. Free Rosemary VanderBreggen, a student in the DVSA s Mentored program, spent the summer of 2015 as an artistin-residence at the Haliburton School of the Arts. Her proposal was to work with found materials from the local dump, and what she discovered along the way led to not just a new canon of work, but a new understanding of material culture. Barry Coombs November 11, 10:30 a.m. Free Hamilton native and visual artist, Barry Coombs, is also an art instructor and workshop leader and a Fine Arts graduate of the Ontario College of Art. His artwork is produced in a range of media, but is notable for its use of brilliant colour and strong, angular planes. Not only is his work highly regarded and highly sought after at DVSA auctions, but he has been a much-loved instructor in the School s program. Hours Our Office & Gallery Hours are: Monday Thursday 9:00 a.m. 9:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. DVSA will be closed Monday, October 12 for Thanksgiving. Fall Term begins September 21 and ends November 30, Parking There is on-street parking around the school and a municipal lot located on Hatt Street. Previous teaching experiences include the Art Gallery of Ontario Gallery School and Ontario College of Art and Design. His work can be found in the City of Toronto Archives, Grand Manan Art Gallery and in the offices of Thier and Curran Architects Inc., Scarfone & Hawkins and the Crown Life Insurance Company. Shelagh Keeley November 18, 10:30 a.m. Free Shelagh Keeley s work over the past two decades has been primarily drawing. Her free gesturalism outlines archetypal shapes and textured surfaces that reveal her attachment to a deep tradition of drawing...she is a virtuoso of line, shape and texture. Her sense of line and shape is perfect in its awkwardness and elegant in its economy of means. It is fearless in its directness. Ian Wallace In the DVSA Gallery September/October...RBC Visual Art Awards October/November...Nikola Wojewoda-Patti November...V. Jane Gordon December...Mentored Studies For artist Shelagh Keeley, many of her works are on walls, are massive in scale and are site-specific. Following her studies in Art History at York University, she worked and studied for the next two decades in New York City and Paris. Her work can be found in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Van Abbe Museum in Eindhoven, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, and the National Gallery of Canada

16 Registration Registering is Easy! l Online: l By Phone: In Person: We re at 21 Ogilvie St. in Dundas at the corner of Hatt St. Payment in full must be made at time of registration. DVSA accepts cash, cheque, Visa, Mastercard, Interac and PayPal. To avoid disappointment, please register early. In some cases, a course may need to be cancelled due to lack of enrolment. DVSA reserves the right to change, alter or cancel any course or student registration. Students (with instructor s permission) may register as late as the 3rd week of classes for a pro-rated tuition plus a $25 +HST processing fee. A $ HST administration charge will be applied for NSF cheques. Instructors are provided with a class list of their students names, phone numbers and addresses. If you do not wish to be included on the class list, please notify the school office. Course Transfers, Withdrawals and Refund Policy: We offer full refunds on cancelled classes. Students may switch classes at any time, however a charge of $ HST per person will be applied. Withdrawals Should you request to withdraw from a class or workshop, please be aware the model and/or material fees and HST are non-refundable. Should you request to withdraw from a one-day workshop you will receive a refund of workshop fees less a $10.00 processing fee, HST and applicable fees. Should you request to withdraw from a course: prior to one week before the start of the course, you will receive a refund of course fees less applicable fees and HST. after the first class has taken place (whether attended or not) you are entitled to a 75% refund of tuition, less applicable fees. after the second class has taken place (whether attended or not) you will be entitled to a 50% refund of tuition, less applicable fees. After the third class, we are no longer able to offer refunds or credits. Withdrawal is available at any time for doctor-certified medical reasons and a pro-rated percentage of the tuition will be refunded less applicable fees and taxes. Please allow up to six weeks for processing time on any refund. DVSA Bursaries Available The DVSA has received funds over the years that allow us to offer bursaries to students that could use some financial assistance. If you need tuition support, either in full or in part, please contact the School. We are happy to help! FREE Upcoming Family Art Day Open House Studios Our FREE Family Art Day Open Houses are all about making art and having fun with your family. Designed for beginners to advanced students of all ages, this is a unique opportunity to create alongside one another in a variety of disciplines from painting to sculpture. It s also a chance to learn more about DVSA and meet our wonderful faculty members who are the best at what they do. No registration required. FAMILY ART HALLOWBALOO Sunday October 25, 2:00 4:00 p.m. Spooky art fun and magic to get your whole family ready for pumpkins, ghouls and trick or treating. FUNDING FOR THIS PROJECT IS PROVIDED BY DOUGHER COMMUNITY FUND AT HAMILTON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION. The Dundas Valley School of Art gratefully acknowledges the support of: FAMILY ART EXTRAVAGANZA Sunday November 8, 2:00 4:00 p.m. Spend the afternoon together participating in a variety of art-full activities. The City of Hamilton, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Human Resources & Skills Development Canada, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, YMCA Summer Jobs for Youth Program, incite Foundation for the Arts, The Henry White Kinnear Foundation, Hamilton Community Foundation, The Edith H. Turner Foundation Fund, The Dougher Community Fund, The Winberg Foundation, RBC Royal Bank of Canada, The H.G. Bertram Foundation, The J.P. Bickell Foundation, ArcelorMittal Dofasco, 1812 Bicentennial Funding Program (City of Hamilton), Potters Guild of Hamilton & Region, Deloitte, Women s Art Association, The Hamilton Spectator, The Ontario Arts Foundation, Scarfone Hawkins LLP, Meglin Holdings, Dunlea Farms Limited, Robert Crockford, Craig & Sandra Biggar, John Evans QC & Patricia Peacock-Evans, Gail Robinson Gow, Robert Summers-Gill, the Collins Brewhouse, Colio Estate Wines, Sleemans, JC Patissier Ltd., Turtledoves Bakery, India Village Restaurant, Valentino s, Bangkok Spoon Deluxe, Cumbrae, Luba Linen Supply, Hamilton Suzuki School of Music, Shaver s Flowers, McMaster Gallery & Custom Framing, Gray s Florist, Aldershot Frame Studio, Earl s Court Gallery, d ARTE Lorraine, Car Heaven, Sunni Genesco, KLite FM, CHCH TV and our many corporate and individual supporters, the DVSA Alumni and volunteers

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