New year new start! Begin 2024 with purpose by joining Contemporary Art Academy’s online INSTRUCTIONAL LIVE courses! Learn oil, acrylic or watercolour painting, supported by Winsor & Newton. Develop your painting technique, understand materials, and enjoy meeting fellow artists online. On these 6-week practical courses all artists from beginners to professionals will explore, connect and receive guidance from an established Lead Artist:
- BENEATH THE SURFACE: Painting people in oil with Mark Entwisle - make three figurative paintings with award winning artist and learn colour mixing, underpainting, glazing and more. Starts 10th Jan. Click here to join.
- DELICIOUS DISQUIET: Still life painting in acrylic with Liane Lang - engage with contemporary & historical still life and discover its role in veiling the great taboos of love, death and desire. Starts 9th Jan. Click here to join.
- PLANTS & PLACES: Watercolour painting with Andrew Carter - create landscape, waterscape and plant paintings whilst learning sketching, mark making and colour mixing techniques. Starts 11th Jan. Click here to join.
Limited places available! Classes are capped at 20 and cost just £240!
Contemporary Art Academy provides online courses for artists at all stages in their careers. DEVELOPMENT (PG) courses are for artists who maintain a studio practice and want to advance their practical, critical and professional capabilities. DISCOVERY courses are for all artists looking to explore the creative process and develop new ways of making and thinking. INSTRUCTIONAL LIVE courses are for all artists wishing to learn or develop technical skills. The TALKS PROGRAMME provides an opportunity for all artists and non-artists to attend a monthly conversation and Q&A with established artworld professionals. Initiated in 2022 by artist curator Zavier Ellis and artist educator Mathew Gibson, and delivered by an outstanding faculty, the impact has been astounding.
If you have any questions, CAA would love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
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