FUN, AFFORDABLE SEATTLE CLASSES

 

6/27 NEWS: Most of our IN-PERSON classes meet on the University of Washington campus. The campus has been closed due to Covid-19, but will be re-opening this fall. We hope to bring back some in-person classes at that time.

Plus, we’ll be continuing to offer ONLINE CLASSES. Check out our upcoming classes here!

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Need a break from it all? Take an ONLINE class from Rekindle School

Updated Thursday 6/4:


Our IN-PERSON CLASSES in Seattle have been postponed due to coronavirus. We’re hoping to bring them back in August. But it will depend on health authorities’ recommendations. (Note: you can still sign up for some of our in-person classes to hold your place, then take them when they resume.)

  • In the meantime, we’ve set up over a dozen new ONLINE CLASSES. Check ’em out below!

Waiting for IN-PERSON CLASSES? Sign up now to hold your space!

We’ve had many requests from students asking if they can sign up now to hold their space for future IN-PERSON classes.

To do this, just go to a class page and click the “sign me up” link as usual. Then when new class dates are scheduled, we’ll email you with the dates so you can choose one that works for you.

Here’s a list of classes you can do this for. (More will be added soon)

  1. ACTING 101
  2. STAND-UP COMEDY

When will our IN-PERSON classes return?

Hi everyone, some folks have been emailing to ask if we have an idea when our in-person classes will be back.

Our best estimate at this point is that it would make sense to bring them back when Washington state reaches what Governor Inslee calls “Phase Three” – which health authorities are hoping would be around or after June 15th.

For us, this would mean starting new classes up after the July 4th weekend, so actually mid-July (so that classes don’t get interrupted by the Independence Day holiday)

When we resume classes, we’ll keep doing so with social distancing, i.e., placing chairs further apart from each other, and having longer breaks between classes so that there’s time to wipe down things like tables and doorknobs with Clorox wipes.

We understand that some students, particularly those in vulnerable populations, may decide that it’s best to stay cautious. So for them, we’ll continue offering online versions of many of our classes. 

These ideas are preliminary, just our interpretation of the current guidelines. Like everyone, we’re trying to feel our way to the best solution. We would be very interested in hearing from all of you, so feel free to email us your thoughts and ideas. We want to make sure that whatever we end up doing, that it’s safe for both our students and instructors.


According to this Seattle Times article, these events would be allowed after June 15, if all goes as hoped (this could change if infection rates start trending upward instead of leveling off):


Allowed in Phase 3


  • Outdoor group recreational sports activities — capped at groups of 50 people.
  • Recreational facilities such as public pools — operating at less than 50% capacity
  • All gatherings capped at 50 people
  • Nonessential travel can resume
  • Restaurants can operate at up to 75% capacity, with table sizes capped at parties of 10
  • Bars at under 25% capacity
  • Indoor gyms at under 50% capacity
  • Movie theaters at under 50% capacity
  • Government offices open. Telework remains strongly encouraged.
  • Libraries
  • Museums
  • All other businesses other than nightclubs and events with more than 50 people.

 

 

REKINDLE YOUR CREATIVITY

Rekindle School was established in 2002. We offer fun, affordable classes in drawing, painting, acting, filmmaking and other subjects. Most of our classes meet on the University of Washington campus in Seattle. Others meet in community centers.

BUY A GIFT CARD FOR A FUTURE CLASS

See a class you like? Buying a GIFT CARD (or gift certificate) is a way or signing up and reserving your place. You can then redeem it and join a class when in-person classes start again. If you don’t find a section that works, you can choose between a refund or finding a different class.


A note to our students

Our classes are postponed due to coronavirus, but will be back when the situation improves. We’ll look forward to working with you again when classes resume. Stay healthy!


CLASSES STARTING SOON

ACTING CLASSES, ART CLASSES, AND MORE

ALL SEATTLE CLASSES

Looking for a class? Let us know!

We’d love to hear from you:  Who you are, what sorts of classes you’re searching for or interested in.  Feel free to drop us an email with any questions, thoughts or requests for new courses.

See you in class!

Update – April 17th

  • Our IN-PERSON CLASSES have been POSTPONED due to coronavirus. They’ll be back soon.
  • During this break, we invite you to check out our upcoming classes on this page. Then when our school reopens, we’ll announce new class dates.
  • Questions? Email us at rekindleschool@gmail.com. 
  • Stay safe and healthy!

P.S. One easy way to keep in the loop is to join our Facebook “New and Announcements” group.


WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP

  • Learn the basics of watercolor painting in this class.
  • Ready to sign up? Click the SIGN ME UP link below!

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Class # 162979-2-15: Watercolor -
4/19, 4/26 and 5/3. Sundays 1:30-4:30
Course fee: $150 + 10 reg. fee
Seattle: University of Washington
Max. enrollment: 14. Enrolled so far: 5

"In this class, students will learn by playing with color while creating beauty – even if you have never picked up a paint brush before! We'll learn to do washes and glazes, then..."


ABOUT THE MATERIALS:

  • 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). (If you bring your own, you do not need to pay materials fee)

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERALooking for a Seattle watercolor class that’s open everyone, even those who’ve never painted before? In this class, students will learn by playing with color while creating beauty – even if you have never picked up a paint brush 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.


Lonni Flowers’ teaching style will lead you to discover how colors blend and change, what colors enhance each other, and how to apply washes, glazes, and various techniques to create beautiful pictures.  In this Seattle watercolor class, she will demonstrate and then allow students to practice creating while she moves around the room to give lots of individual instruction and encouragement.  All artwork is copyright © Lonni Flowers, 2018.

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAQuestions and Answers

Should I take a drawing class before I take a painting class? 


If you’d like to take a drawing class, we recommend “Drawing for Absolute Beginners.” But you don’t have to know lots about drawing to benefit from the class.

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Not at all once you learn a few simple rules, like letting some parts dry before you add more paint. Also, there is a freedom in just allowing the color to move around with the water. You will learn how to paint wet on dry and when to let it flow with wet on wet.

In this Seattle watercolor class, you’ll learn about washes, glazing, blending, creating form with lights and shadows, textures, interesting backgrounds, and other useful hints to make your paintings vibrant and beautiful.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMaterials provided by the instructor:


  • Handouts of the various techniques
  • Reference ideas for painting
  • Black line drawings to transfer, if you need them
  • Pencils
  • Paper towels
  • Some additional paints and paper for specific projects
  • LOTS of one on one help and instruction

About the Instructor:

Lonni Flowers is an award winning artist known for her use of brilliant color inspired by the world’s flora and fauna. Ms. Flowers’ fascination with natural life has led her to not just portray beautiful images, but to heighten the impact by altering the intensity of color. Her frequent use of an impressionistic technique draws viewers into the mystery of the artistic expression. Ms. Flowers is a member of Seattle Co-Arts, Artists Connect, the Alliance of California Artists, and currently shows her work at Gallery North in Edmonds, where she also teaches watercolor, acrylic, and silk painting. Her home studio is a busy place where she creates in watercolor, acrylic, silk painting, jewelry, fiber arts, and “anything else that is colorful and fun.”


REMINDER ABOUT MATERIALS:

  • 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).

 

DRAWING IN PEN, BRUSH AND INK

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Class #17443: Drawing in Pen, Brush and Ink
3 meetings: 2/19, 2/26, 3/5. Tues. 4:30pm-6:30pm
Tuition: $125 + $10 registration fee
Seattle: University of Washington
Minimum: 5. Maximum: 10. Enrolled so far: 2

In this class you’ll learn to use brush-pens, inking brushes, felt tip pens and nib pens to create striking high-contrast images. You’ll learn how to do feathering, hatching, cross-hatching, and more. Nils Osmar, instructor

 

DRAWING IN PEN, BRUSH AND INK


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In this class you’ll learn to use brush pens, inking brushes, felt tip pens and nib pens to create striking high-contrast images. You’ll learn how to do feathering, hatching, cross-hatching, and more.

Ink drawings can be striking and beautiful.  In this class you’ll learn to use brush pens, inking brushes, felt tip pens and nib pens to create striking high-contrast images. You’ll learn how to do feathering, hatching, cross-hatching, and more.

You’ll also learn how to use a synthetic watercolor brush that produces clean, beautiful fluid lines just like those of a sable brush (but costs twenty times less).



Seattle art classes, Drawing in Ink, ink bottle image 1ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:  Nils Osmar has made his living in the arts since the 1980s, and has taught both accredited and non-accredited classes in Seattle for over twenty years, through the University of Washington’s Experimental College, Antioch University’s Heritage Institute, Shoreline Community College, and Classesandworkshops.com.  His visual art classes and workshops include art classes, drawing classes, painting classes and more.  He has worked as a fine and commercial artist, and done book and magazine illustration, design, book covers and interiors. His artwork has been internationally published.

For a more Seattle drawing classes, see the Art Classes in Seattle page.


penbrush11111ABOUT THE MATERIALS:  A materials kit will be available to purchase in class. The cost is $35. It’s also fine to bring your own pens, brushes, brushpens and paper.


STUDENT COMMENTS

Great class, well organized. I wish you offered it more often… I’d actually take it again. – Jerry B., Seattle

Mr. Osmar was well organized, and he is an amazing artist. I came into the class brand new at working in ink. I won’t say I’m a polished artist now but I learned some things that I know will help me improve as I practice them. I will be signing up for his other classes in winter quarter. – Jean G., Kent

This is my fourth class…. they’re really fun. I love ink drawing and I loved that we had most of the day to draw. The information about materials and types of surfaces to ink on was very helpful. Thanks! – M.J. (Seattle)

The instructor’s artwork is incredible. And I can see a big improvement in my own inking after just one day. The class is solid and helpful. – Mel R., Seattle

Good times Nils, great class! – Dave I., Seattle

 

 

 

DRAWING IN DEPTH! (1 POINT, 2 POINT AND 3 POINT PERSPECTIVE)

  • A ONE-NIGHT WONDER ART CLASS FROM REKINDLE!
  • All one night wonder classes have FREE art materials.
  • Questions? Scroll down this page.
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  • A fun and helpful introduction to drawing in DEPTH AND PERSPECTIVE.
  • A great follow-up to our DRAWING FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS class.
  • To sign up now, use the button below.

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Class 17465-1206: Drawing in Perspective
A ONE NIGHT WONDER CLASS
Meets on MONDAY MAY 11 – 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
University of Washington campus - Seattle
Tuition: $55 + $10 registration fee
Max. enrollment: 12. Enrolled so far: 2

"In this fun one day workshop, you'll learn how to draw in one, two and three point perspective! Add depth and realism to your artwork..."

 


Perspective is meant to make drawing easier, not harder. In this fun, focused, STEP BY STEP class, you’ll learn:

  • How to add DEPTH AND REALISM to your drawings and doodles
  • How to make some objects in your drawings look close to the viewer, and make others look further away
  • All about vanishing points, horizon lines, and more
  • How to use FREEHAND PERSPECTIVE to make every drawing look more real.
  • How to draw in ONE POINT, TWO POINT, and THREE POINT perspective
  • How to draw buildings, cityscapes, trees, mountains, and other landscape elements in perspective, using a fun and easy method. 
  • Instructor: Nils Osmar

BELOW: Building in one point perspective. Medium: Acrylics. Copyright Nils Osmar 2018

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Below: Mailbox in two point perspective. Copyright Nils Osmar 2016, 2018.

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DRAWING FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS


Anyone can draw… this means you! In this fun, step-by-step class, aimed at total beginners, we’ll work our way through a number of exercises designed to train your eye, hand and imagination to work together as a unit, or a team. Most students notice striking improvement in their artwork as the class moves along. 

You’ll learn to how to draw objects based on simple shapes, and how to add shading and textures to make your drawings look real and three-dimensional. You’ll have fun, learn a lot, and get off to a good start.  

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

  • Nils Osmar has made his living in the arts since the 1980s, and has taught both accredited and non-accredited classes in Seattle for over twenty years, through the University of Washington’s Exp. College,  Antioch University’s Heritage Institute, Shoreline Community College, and Classesandworkshops.com.
  • Nils has worked as a fine and commercial artist, and done book and magazine illustration, design, book covers and interiors.
  • His artwork has been internationally published.
  • His visual art classes and workshops include art classes, drawing classes, painting classes and more.  More information


Student comments

What students are saying…


I was the redhead who drove in every week from Tacoma. It was worth it. You really have something going if you can take someone like me and turn me into an artist, well, a beginning artist anyway! But that’s way ahead of where I was. Thanks again Nils! – R.M. (Tacoma)

The class was well organized and you took us along step-by-step. – Mary J. (Redmond)

I liked the opportunity to learn the basics in a non threatening environment. (unsigned; comment submitted online)

Nils, Just wanted to let you know that I completed my application to the Game Animation Certificate program, and as of a week ago received notice of my acceptance. One of my portfolio pieces was a charcoal figure based upon one of the exercises from class – and of course, I’d never touched charcoal before meeting you. Thanks again for all the tips and encouragement! Your classes really helped polish my skills and boost my confidence a great deal. — J.C. (Seattle)

I loved Lonni’s class. She gave us room to experiment but also gave us lots of helpful information. – Beth G. (Seattle)

Your teaching style was a pleasure to learn by and I enjoyed your class very much.. – Ruth B. (Seattle)

Thanks for taking some time before the class to help me figure out which class I should take. You weren’t just trying to “sell” me a class, you helped me find the one that would be a good next step for me. – M.J. (Seattle)

The (Perspective Drawing) class was great. Something clicked about halfway through the course. I feel like I really understand it now. – Dave A. (Kent)

I took Drawing Faces and Portraits two weeks ago. I was honestly amazed. I had never drawn people before. I’ll be back for more classes in the future. – Theresa C. (Bothell)

 


  • Looking for art classes in Seattle?  
  • Checking out what the local art schools and training programs have to offer?
  • Rekindle School is an art school, acting school, writing school, and film school, all rolled into one.  
  • Our classes provide hands-on instruction and training in a classroom environment, and won’t break the bank.  
  • You can take a class just for fun or work toward a certificate in drawing and illustration. 

SEATTLE ART CLASSES – and – ONLINE ART CLASSES *

LOOKING FOR ONLINE ART CLASSES? Classes and workshops in drawing, painting, cartooning and more? Rekindle has several scheduled, with more coming soon.

  1. Our IN-PERSON CLASSES meet on the University of Washington campus in Seattle. They’ve been postponed due to coronavirus but will be back soon. For a full list of in-person classes – scroll down.
  2. Our ONLINE CLASSES can be taken on any mobile device using Zoom. See list below:

ONLINE ART CLASSES –

DRAWING FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS

Anyone can draw… this means you! In this fun, step-by-step ONLINE DRAWING CLASS, aimed at total beginners, we’ll work our way through a number of exercises designed to train your eye, hand and imagination to work together as a unit, or a team. More info


PAINTING FOR BEGINNERS

In this Seattle oil painting class, open to everyone but intended for absolute beginners, you’ll learn the techniques of the Old Masters, including glazing, impasto and palette knife painting techniques, producing a finished realistic painting with inner glow and lasting beauty.  This fun, step-by-step class offers offers personalized instruction within the camaraderie of a small group setting. More info


CARTOONING 101

Looking for a fun introductory CARTOONING CLASS? Our instructor is in Seattle, but you can take this “real time” class anywhere in the world.  Topics covered in this intensive four week course include: How to draw cartoon faces and figures from several different angles; how to draw facial expressions and emotions; how to draw human and animal cartoon characters, and finish them in ink; and more. More info

Classes in drawing, cartooning, painting, jewelry making, and more!

REKINDLE SCHOOL ART CLASSES:




Looking for fun, affordable classes and workshops in drawingpaintingcollagecartooning, colored pencil, and more? Our SEATTLE ART CLASSES meet on the University of Washington campus, down near the Montlake ship canal. Most of our art classes also be taken ONLINE. For MORE INFO, click titles or SCROLL DOWN.


ART CLASSES – OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT

Anyone can draw… this means you! In this fun, step-by-step class, aimed at total beginners, we’ll work our way through a number of exercises designed to train your eye, hand and imagination to work together as a unit, or a team.


Whether you’re interested in gag cartoons, greeting cards, humorous illustration, drawing comic books or newspaper strips, or taking a cartooning class just for fun, this class will get you off to a good start.


In this fun, information-filled class, you’ll learn how to draw men’s, women’s, and children’s faces; how to draw folks from different countries and cultures; how to draw facial angles and expressions; how to draw the features: ears, noses, eyes, eyebrows and mouths; how to catch a resemblance when drawing from a photo or life; how to draw hair – and much more! 


In this Seattle figure drawing class, you’ll learn how to draw realistic human figures using an easy step-by-step method, even if you’ve never drawn before. Plus: how to draw hands and feet, how to show the figure in action, and how to draw both male and female figures. You can bring your own drawing materials, or buy an inexpensive materials kit in class.



In this Perspective drawing workshop, you’ll learn the basics of one-, two- and three-point perspective, and how to use some easy principles to enhance the realism in your drawings or paintings, and create a sense of depth and spatial reality.



Looking for a colored pencil class in Seattle that’s easy, step-by-step, and designed for total beginners? A class where you can learn how to draw in color using high quality pencils, in beautiful, vibrant hues?  Our Seattle colored pencil class is a good place to start. 


In this fun introductory class, you’ll learn how to mix and blend colors in acrylics; how to use brushes to create a variety of textures and patterns; how to start with a loose sketch or idea, and turn it into a lovely painting you can take home with you or give to a friend; and more.


Students will learn about composition, planning a painting, and underpainting as well as exploring how to apply paint in an Impressionist style. This class is ideal for aspiring painters with some experience in oil and acrylic painting, or for beginners who have completed the instructor’s OIL PAINTING FOR BEGINNERS course.


WATERCOLOR PAINTING

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.


JEWELRY MAKING

There will be instruction and assistance in using a variety of tools to make your designing easier. Each step will be explained, demonstrated, and then practiced with careful guidance in order to ensure a successful completion of the projects. By the end of the class, you will have created a pair or two of earrings, a gemstone bracelet of your choice, and a long “trade” bead necklace with a simple closure.

MIXED MEDIA COLLAGE

“Mixed Media Collage” is a great class for accomplished artists to unlock their creativity, and a wonderful introduction for beginning collage students as well.

OIL PAINTING 101

In this class, students will learn how to work with oil paints, using an easy step-by-step method that will have you falling in You’ll learn how to paint some simple and easy shapes; how to mix and blend colors; how to paint some simple objects and make them look three-dimensional; and more.

 

Welcome to Classesandworkshops.com

Now enrolling for Spring Quarter classes


Dozens of fun, affordable classes in the arts!

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  • Classesandworkshops is an independent educational program.  
  • Our classes meet in Seattle, on the University of Washington campus and other locations.

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Our philosophy

Our philosophy is that being creative is a natural part of life. Anyone can learn to write, draw, act, sing, or express themselves creatively in other ways. Training is more important than “talent” — and when you take classes, you may find a talent for something you’ve never tried before.  If you’d like to have fun and start learning a new skill, we’re here to help.

Class locations

Class locations include the University of Washington campus, Lake City Community Center, PNC, Greenwood Center, and more.

Fun, focused classes

Some of our classes have several meetings; others are one day workshops.  Many introductory classes, such as Acting 101, have follow-up classes (such as Acting 102, Acting 103, Let’s Make a Movie) that students are free to take if they would like to keep learning.

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You can always sign up!

Most schools have a gap of several weeks each quarter during which enrollments are not processed. For example, when spring classes end for the quarter (in most schools), it may be a month or two before summer class dates become open for enrollment. When we designed our program, we did away with that gap.

This means that on the day after a class starts each quarter, registration becomes active for the same class for the following quarter. (If the spring session of “Widgets for Wabbits” begins on June 1, the summer session of “Widgets for Wabbits” opens up for enrollment on June 2) (literally the next day).
This means that you don’t have to wait weeks for the next round of enrollments to begin. You can sign up any time, for any of our Seattle classes.  Early enrollment is recommended, because most classes fill up. 

Classes and workshops in ACTINGARTS & CRAFTSFILMMAKINGIMPROV and COMEDY • MAKE-UP • MUSIC & SINGINGPHOTOGRAPHYSOFTWAREWRITING and more!  For a FULL LIST of classes, CLICK HERE.

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SEATTLE ACTING CLASS COMMENTS

“…I wanted to say thank you for your help and guidance in the early stages of my acting career. It has been a great journey that started in your beginning acting class. I am happy to report that I just met a very awesome goal. I will be a day actor in the TV series Grimm this week. It was your coaching that set and codified the foundation that helped get me where I am today. Thank you so much for your help.   If you would like to, please feel free to share my story with your other students and on the website.

…I want to thank you for inspiring me to follow me dreams. I left Washington. I am down in California. I have started a television production company and I auditioned for a Harley Davidson Commercial yesterday as an actor. Everything is moving at light speed…and in a positive direction. It all started with you in that classroom at the U of W. – Robert C., Hollywood

Best wishes and with my sincerest gratitude, Joey Coverson”

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SEATTLE FILM CLASS COMMENTS

…I just want to thank you for the (crash course in filmmaking) classes. I never learned so much over a short period of time and remembered it. You wasted no time on the non-essentials.

I greatly appreciate the fact that you were very receptive to everyone’s questions. Your experience, dedication, and passion for film making made this a fantastic learning experience for me.

I want you to know that taking this class has truly made a difference for me. I lost the fear to shoot and produce films. It has given me the knowledge and skills I was seeking and the confidence I need to step into film making.

I have to tell you — you are an incredible teacher! I cannot thank you ENOUGH!  I’ll definitely recommend this class to all my friends. Thanks so much for the highly engaging and inspiring class. – J. Vega

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SEATTLE ART CLASS COMMENTS

Thanks for taking some time before the class to help me figure out which class I should take. You weren’t just trying to “sell” me a class, you helped me find the one that would be a good next step for me. – M.J. (Seattle)

SEATTLE SOFTWARE CLASS COMMENTS

“I have enjoyed your class. You have been providing great direction for what to look for in SEO and things that you can do to improve anyone’s rankings…. I liked the presentation style, very good information.” – Jim Hopper, Seattle

“The exercise you did using one of your own websites as an example, and showing how the right changes could raise it in the search engine results, was really helpful.” – E.W., Tacoma.

For more comments and reviews about our Seattle classes, see the individual class pages.   See also: More info and reviews


Certificates of Completion

CERTIFICATE111You can take classes just for fun, or earn Certificates of Completion in several subject areas.  (Working for a certificate is a great way to organize your studies in a given subject area.) We offer certificates of completion in:


 

Seattle classes open for enrollment:

ACTING CLASSES

  1. Acting 101
  2. Acting 102
  3. Acting Workshop
  4. Acting for the Camera
  5. Accents and Dialects for Actors 
  6. Auditioning
  7. Improv 101 
  8. Let’s Make a Movie!
  9. Monologue Workshop 
  10. Stand-Up Comedy
  11. Voiceover 101 Tuesday class 
  12. Voiceover 101 Saturday class 
  13. Voiceover 102 Saturday class 
  14. Voiceover 102 Tuesday class 

ART CLASSES

  1. Acrylic Painting 
  2. Caricature (Humorous Portraits)
  3. Cartooning 1-day workshop
  4. Cartooning 3-week class
  5. Colored Pencil Drawing
  6. Drawing Comics and Graphic Novels 
  7. Drawing for Absolute Beginners
  8. Drawing in Pen, Brush and Ink
  9. Calligraphy
  10. How to Draw People
  11. Learn to Draw in a Day 
  12. Learn to Draw in a Day 
  13. Mixed Media Collage 
  14. Oil Painting   
  15. Palette Knife Painting 
  16. Perspective Drawing 
  17. Watercolor Painting
  18. Painting Landscapes in Watercolor

FILM CLASSES

  1. Crash Course in Filmmaking 
  2. Let’s Make a Movie! 
  3. Screenwriting 101

MUSIC CLASSES

  1. Singing for beginners 

SOFTWARE CLASSES

  1. Photoshop 
  2. SEO: Search Engine Optimization
  3. Sketchup
  4. Video Editing in Premiere Pro
  5. WordPress 

WRITING CLASSES

  1. Screenwriting 101
  2. Writing From Your Life 
  3. Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy  
  4. Writing Short Stories 
  5. Writing Your Novel 

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If you ever have difficulty finding or signing up for a class, please contact us.  We’ll be glad to help!

Let us know what you’re looking for!

We’d love to hear from you:  Who you are, what sorts of classes you’re searching for or interested in.  Feel free to drop us an email with any questions, thoughts or requests for new courses. See you in class!

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