Summer Art Classes for College Credit Available

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Montserrat offers intensive summer classes, many of which are available for 1.5 credits. Most courses meet for one week, all day Monday through Friday, though additional work may be required for credit. We also offer an online course which may be completed from a distance. Please click on each course for more information and rates.

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Instructor: Tim Harney
June 16 – 20
This course explores collage and the variety of materials which can
be used to express ideas and emotions in visual form. The history of collage, as well as modernist and contemporary developments will be introduced and discussed.

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Forms in Paper
Instructor: Elizabeth Alexander
June 16 – 20
Join an in depth exploration of sculpting with one of the most versatile raw materials: paper. Study the contemporary and historical uses and conduct exercises to develop your own language with paper arts.

natWeaving a Sculptural Narrative
Instructor: Nathalie Miebach
June 23 – 27
Can a sculpture tell a story? This workshop focuses on using narrative as the beginning of a sculptural form. We’ll use traditional basket weaving methods for contemporary sculptural purposes. Emphasis will be on play and inspiration from a tinkerer and storyteller.

eatinFinding Your Story
Instructors: Ethan Berry &
Erin Trahan
July 7 – 11
Do you have a story that needs to be documented and shared? This is an opportunity to take a rough story idea – fiction, non-fiction, or hybrid – and move it to the next level.

JAMESFabricated Steel Sculpture
Instructor: James Durrett
July 7 – 11
Learn the basic skills for working in metal! Students will learn technical and practical methods used to manipulate metals into objects of their own design.

saqrahCreative Letterpress Projects
Instructor: Sarah Smith
July 7 – 11
Have you been admiring letterpress printed books, posters and cards? Been wanting to learn how to set type and print your own ideas? Come work with Montserrat’s wood and metal type collection, as well as a range of presses from the 1890’s to the 1950’s.

BARBSExpressive Interpretations of the Landscape
Instructor: Barbara Moody
July 7 – 11
Explore trees and roots, mountains and rocks, pods and plants, water and clouds. Expressive interpretations with a range of materials are encouraged, incorporating both representational and imaginative elements.

lizziePortraying the Self online course!!
Instructor: Elizabeth Cohen
June 9 – July 11
Students will explore autobiography as a universal creative practice, and – beginning with a story of their own – create works of self-portraiture. The course will culminate with an exhibition on campus at Montserrat.

Or, click here to see all workshops!

Looking to just take a workshop, not for credit? Apply now!

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Our housing is steps from class, and 5 minutes to the beach!
 

301 Gallery: Summer Immersive students past and present have the opportunity to submit work for a juried exhibition at Montserrat College of Art this summer.

Hurry, deadline is May 9!

Marblehead Art Association: Students who enroll in courses led by Tim Hawkesworth, Barbara Moody or Maria Malatesta will have the opportunity to exhibit their work alongside their instructors at the Marblehead Art Association.

Earn PDP’s
Educators can earn Professional Development Points. All of our classes are eligible. Contact us to find out more.
Visit our website or contact us at ce@montserrat.edu or 978 921 4242 x 1202 to learn more.

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