ABOUT THIS CLASS
Art That Moves is a hands-on class that explores all aspects of three-dimensional art through the the central subject matter of movement. Elements of balance, rhythm, form, line, color, and time will be discussed and played with as students problem-solve and have fun with their sculptural pieces. Work can actually move or just appear to move and in so doing, move the viewer. We will work with many types of basic materials and tools including but not limited to wire, paper, plaster, cardboard, found objects, etc. The goal of the class is exploration of both the materials and the idea of movement. Students will work on individual projects and be encouraged to explore methods and materials of personal interest. All students will receive one-on-one feedback as well as be a part of group discussions about other artists and critiques. Combining the excitement of rediscovering a language they already know with the playfulness of using everyday sculptural materials, students in Art That Moves will be encouraged to feel the deep joy of creativity.
In an effort to maintain our non-toxic environment, the Woodstock School of Art does not permit the use of turpentine or mineral spirits. Additionally, please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne or scents of any kind. Learn more.
$150/4 consecutive classes
June 2–August 18, Fridays, 9 AM–12 Noon. No class on June 30, July 21, and August 11. Enrolled students will receive a make-up class for those dates.