The Classical Atelier, based on time-tested studio traditions, offers the opportunity to study classical drawing and painting techniques.
For the Academic Year 2021-2022, The Classical Atelier will be led by teaching artists Paul Rosiak, Larine Chung, and David Dwyer directed by Juliette Aristides.
Information is presented in a variety of formats intended to enable students of all levels to grasp even the most difficult concepts. You graduate with an unparalleled understanding of the principles of art.
The Classical Atelier curriculum is designed to provide fundamental drawing and painting skills with a strong emphasis on observation from life. Like the great studios of the past, working from the human figure in life drawing and painting forms a pillar of the atelier program.
Students spend every morning throughout the year in the life room. The afternoons are spent in students' studios working through the atelier curriculum of cast drawing, master-copy work and still life painting in a step-by-step progression. As you acquire each skill, new and more challenging projects are assigned. Classical Atelier students are also provided additional classes in perspective, anatomy, composition, painting techniques and color theory.
Monday - Friday 9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M
Tuition Fees: $ 8,675
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