This course serves to investigate major trends that occurred during the early history of North America. We look at phases of native American art, pre-colonization, as well as early European influences. We learn together about these historic periods and participants may choose to be influenced by the art we view or they may plot their own course and follow individual directions.
Themes covered will include:
- Native American Art
- Folk Art
- American Architecture
- The Hudson River School 1826-70
When: Wednesday evenings, 6.00pm – 8.30 pm
Starts: February 8th – April 5th; April 26th – June 7th, 2023
Duration: 16 weeks
Costs: $200 (members) $210 (non-members)
What to bring: Sketch book, drawing and designing materials, miscellaneous materials as required throughout course. We can provide printmaking opportunities, ceramic firing facilities if needed and opportunities to paint and draw.
Who can join the class? Anyone! No experience necessary. Tuition is available to assist with technique and skill development if needed.
Enrol at the Collie Art Gallery!
Presenter: Trudi Curran