If you love the look of paintings done with oils, but are afraid to try them because they seem like they would be too hard, this class is for you! Students will learn a very easy, step by step method that will have them falling in love with oils, and learning the basics about how to use them, in only three class meetings. Oh, and, we’ll be using water-miscible oils (the types that clean up in a jiffy with soap and water – no turpentine or solvents needed!
Class 68934-5-11: Oil Painting
Dates and times will be announced soon
Seattle: University of Washington campus
Maximum: 12. Enrolled so far: 0
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Looking for a Seattle watercolor class that’s open to everyone, even those who’ve never painted before? “Watercolor Workshop” is a pleasant introduction to watercolor painting for anyone who enjoys color and wants to experience the joy of watching a painting of your own happen. By the end of the class, students will take home a variety of vibrant, fun paintings that you have created for yourself.
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Class # 162979-3-26: Watercolor - Office: Edit dates/times
Sundays 6/9, 6/16 and 6/23, 1:30pm-3:30pm
Tuition: $150 + $10 registration fee
Seattle: University of Washington
Max. enrollment: 12. Enrolled so far: 9
- There is an optional $20 materials fee payable to the instructor in class.
- If you’d rather bring your OWN materials instead, please bring:
- 140 lb. cold press paper; brushes #8 round, #12 round, and ¾ to 1 inch flat; tube watercolor paints (preferred)…an assortment of colors, but specifically a red, Ultramarine blue, and Lemon or Cadmium Yellow (light).
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Class 17534-5-15: Screenwriting 101
Mondays 6 pm-8 pm. 7/29, 8/5, 8/12, 8/19
Instructor: Nils Osmar. Tuition: $150 + $10 reg. fee
Where: University of Washington campus
Max. enrollment: 15. Enrolled so far: 11
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Looking for a screenwriting class that covers the fundamentals, and gives you an opportunity to write and workshop some actual scenes and short scripts? In this Seattle screenwriting class, open to both beginners and experienced writers, you’ll learn how screenplays are written, learn what writing habits to avoid, do writing both during and outside the class hours, and get helpful feedback on your writings.
In this four week workshop, we’ll learn some things about how screenplays are written, then get some practice in writing them. You’ll have a chance to write “minute movies” (just a page long), short screenplays (a few pages long), and scenes from full length movies. There will also be opportunities (for those who want to) to share your writing with the class and get some feedback.