OLD LYME – The Lyme Academy of Fine Arts has announced a full schedule of continuing education programs starting September 27. Part-time and full-time programs and courses are available, with enrollment starting immediately.
Part-time continuing education courses are open to the community throughout the year and will follow an 11-week term. These courses are aimed at students of all ages and levels, who will benefit from a skill-based art education led by professional artists.
The three or four hour classes will run on weekdays and Saturdays from September 27 to December 11 and will cost between $ 500 and $ 850 per class. Courses are offered in drawing, drawing from nature, sculpture, printmaking, oil painting, content and composition, and character painting.
The full-time ârequired programâ is a one-year portfolio preparation program designed to provide a solid, skill-based visual education to develop an individual’s portfolio and capabilities under the guidance of professional artists. . The program consists of five main courses, including drawing, sculpture, painting, synthetic composition and printmaking, as well as access to lectures, demonstrations and reviews by master artists.
Full-time program classes are taught five days a week, approximately six hours a day during the 11-week terms, starting September 27, with the academic year ending June 10, 2022. The Requisite program tuition fees at full-time fees total $ 7,350, which includes the annual tuition fee of $ 6,000 and the mandatory annual studio fee of $ 1,350. Scholarships are available.
All classes will be led by professional artists; Kimberly Monson, drawing, drawing from nature and sculpture; Paul Michael, Etching; Justin Wiest, oil painting; Jon Sideriadis Content and composition and Jerry Weiss, Figure Painting.
For more information and to register for one of these courses, visit www.lymeacademy.edu.
Founded in 1976 by sculptor Elisabeth Gordon Chandler, the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts was established as an institution dedicated to traditional skills-based education.
After a period as an accredited college, Lyme Academy, a nonprofit educational organization, is now returning to its founding roots to deliver foundational skills in the fine arts; offering a program that combines rigorous studio-based instruction in drawing and painting with anatomy, sculpture and art history.
The Academy affirms its heritage and commitment to the Old Lyme community by offering a dynamic program of lectures, exhibits, workshops and part-time programs.
Located midway between Boston and New York City, Old Lyme, Connecticut has been a site of artistic congregation for over a century, becoming the heart of the Lyme Art Colony and the birthplace of American Impressionism.
Learn more by visiting www.lymeacademy.edu.