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Hans Hofmann Studio II (All Levels)
This course for all-levels will continue where the Hans Hoffman I class left off. On Saturday and Sunday students have their choice of "brushing up" on where they feel they need improvement from the teachings of the Hans Hofmann I course or jumping into black and white, color, oil stick, turpenoid and vellum. Saturday we will have a figure model and Sunday will be still life set up. Please note: If you are interested in joining the class and did not attend the Hans Hofmann part I - there will be a Friday evening talk on Hofmann's theories, practice and place in art history so you can be up to date with the basics of the rest of the group.
Instructor: Jennie Kiessling
Date & Time:
Friday, February 2 (optional), 6 - 8 pm
Saturday, February 3, 10 am - 5 pm (lunch 12-1)
Sunday, February 4, 10 am - 4 pm (lunch 12-1)
Cost: $200 Member | $225 Non-Member (a supply list will be furnished upon registration)
* Fee includes all classes. Students may not sign up for individual days. Registration and withdraw deadline is Wednesday, January 31, 2018. Maximum of 10 people.
Update (1/17/18): We only have 4 spots remaining!
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Location: Artworks Loveland, 310 N. Railroad, Loveland, CO 80537
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org / 970-663-5555
Meet the Instructor:
Jennie Kiessling was born and raised in Chicago, she arrived to the West in 2000. She planned to live here after making her first trip in 1980. The West was then and now the greatest physical influence for making her work.
Jennie's work is in private collections, shown locally, nationally and has been published by Phaidon Press. She is the recipient of NEA and NEH grants. Her graduate work was completed at the University of Chicago; and undergraduate work completed at School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC).
She served as Assistant Director for the Division of Continuing Studies (SAIC) and Cultural Enrichment Manager for the Chicago Park District. Jennie has taught for the Art Education Department of School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Art Depts. of Colorado State University, the University of Wyoming and Naropa University. After serving as Lead Faculty for Visual and Media Arts in CADHu (Department of Creative Arts Design and Humanities) at Front Range Community College in Ft. Collins, Colorado, she returned to work as an adjunct faculty member.
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