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Visual Arts


About this course

Paris inspires creativity. Easels, sketchbooks and cameras abound, and museums and galleries are full of art treasures as living proof. The WICE Visual Arts department embraces this creative spirit and offers a range of classes, from one-day workshops to in-depth courses. Whether exploring the hidden corners of the city with your camera, sketching in a Paris café, or printmaking in an historic La Ruche studio, you’ll receive the personal attention and the creative inspiration that you need to really see (and feel!) Paris.

Let our experienced and talented instructors provide the practical techniques and creative inspiration to make the events, characters, and emotions of daily life in Paris something extraordinary and memorable.

Do you have a question about Visual Arts or want more information on our classes? No problem! Contact visualarts@wice-paris.org today. We look forward to hearing from you.

Upcoming Events

    • 21 Sep 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 07 Dec 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 8 sessions
    • Remote Online
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    In challenging times, it is best to be creative about how to stay inspired photographically. This new class is designed to invite photographers around the world to join in scheduled creative exercises to keep the creative momentum going strong.

    Each session will consist of two parts: a one-hour introduction lecture and, two weeks later, a one-hour review of images created in response to an assignment.

    Session subjects


    Session I (People/Portraits)
    Mondays 5-6 pm
    September 21 and October 5

    Session 2: (Street Photography/Photojournalism)
    Mondays 5-6 pm
    October 12 and October 26

    Session 3: (Alternative Processes and Post-Production Manipulation)
    Mondays 5-6 pm
    November 2 and November 16

    Session 4: (Social Media and Personal Journaling)
    Mondays 5-6 pm
    November 23 and December 7


    Students can expect to:

    • Learn about various genres of photography and master photographers in each field.
    • Learn about exposure, composition, subject selection, and image impact.
    • Have your technical questions answered directly.
    • Participate in a friendly critique session of their work.

    Course Requirements:

    • Suitable for all levels of photographer.

    About the Instructor: Meredith Mullins is a popular photo instructor and fine-art photography mentor, an internationally exhibited photographer, and a winner of international photography competitions, including the Grand Concours Photo sur Paris, PX3 Competition, Julia Margaret Cameron Award, Photographer’s Forum, and Worldwide Gala Photo Awards. She is the author of the award-winning book In a Paris Moment, a leader of photo adventure tours, and the Co-Founder and Director of the International Fine Art Photography Competition.

    Photo credit: Meredith Mullins

    • 30 Sep 2020
    • 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM (UTC+02:00)
    • WICE, 10 rue Tiphaine, 75015 Paris: metro La Motte Piquet Grenelle
    • 2
    Register

    According to film director, Federico Fellini, "there is just one piece of jewelry that is equally becoming on everyone, lovely with every ensemble, appropriate for almost every occasion and indispensable in every woman's wardrobe. Long live the pearl necklace, from first date to last breath.' Style icon Jackie Kennedy concurs that ' pearls are always appropriate" and fashion designer Coco Chanel believed that "ropes and ropes of pearls are a necessity" for all women. Pearls have been considered the queen of gems and the gem of queens over the centuries due in part to their unique properties. Pearls are one of a kind, precious and quite delicate. Pearl Knotting was developed to safeguard both their value and their fragility. Pearls were strung on silk cord to give the allusion of floating on air and to maximize fluidity and were knotted to prevent loss should the cord break. Although ideal in some regards, the fragile nature of the cord makes restringing inevitable. This process can be both costly and time consuming if done by a jeweler when in fact, it is neither costly nor difficult to master. The same techniques you will learn in class can be used to make not only pearl necklaces, but also a host of other fashion forward creations. New shapes and colors of pearls abound so regardless of whether your style is classic or contemporary you'll find pearls will never go out of style, they are style itself.

    Students can expect to:

    • Learn about best practices of pearl knotting
    • Learn how to utilize the tools and techniques to knot a string of pearls
    • Learn how to apply these techniques to other contemporary designs
    • Leave class with a completed pearl knotted necklace

    About the Instructor: An avid hobbiest turned jewelry artist, Allison Wiley studied jewelry design and creation at many prestigious institutions and with prominent practitioners in her native New York before moving to Paris 10 years ago. She has taught jewelry classes at various locations to the expat community, authored countless articles on art-related topics for Expat Magazine, displayed her jewelry creations around Paris and continues to offer in-home private/ semi-private/group classes upon request.

    Photo Credit: Allison Wiley

    • 02 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 16 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 3 sessions
    • Private Atelier: Maison Sajou 47 Rue du Caire 75002 Paris (nearest metro - Sentier)
    • 6
    Register

    If you would like to start exploring your creative side but don’t know where to start then this exciting course will be ideal! You will learn how to create gorgeous creative journals that will help you connect to your creativity and enjoy the journey as you explore ideas and gather inspirational research through photography, collage, drawing and writing. Rebecca will explain how to use these journals to express your creativity and to design future projects, be they embroidery, art or craft!

    About the Instructor: Rebecca Devaney is a textile artist, researcher and educator who currently works as a Haute Couture Embroiderer in Paris, France. She has a BA in Art and Design Education and a MFA in Textile Art and Artefact from the National College of Art and Design, Ireland and recently completed professional training in Haute Couture Embroidery at the École Lesage, France.

    Photo Credit: Rebecca Devaney

    • 05 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 19 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 3 sessions
    • Location TBC later.
    • 8
    Register

    Paris gardens provide a delightful escape from the hustle and bustle of city streets. In addition, they offer an opportunity to practice sketching and watercolor painting from a wealth of subjects, including architectural motifs, fountains, sculptures, flowers and trees. With sketchbook, pencils and watercolors in hand, join our small group to explore these lovely sites while receiving personalized instruction designed for your individual skill level and interest.

    Basic topics covered will include:

    • How to make quick thumbnail sketches to capture a scene
    • How to treat light and shade
    • Hints on how to see depth, understand perspective and master proportion
    • Simple techniques for watercolor sketching

    Participants will provide their own materials. A list of supplies and shopping information will be supplied upon registration.

    Locations will be confirmed by email 24 hours in advance.

    About the Instructor: Instructor Jan Olsson holds an MFA degree in drawing. She is a painter, printmaker and draftsman as well as an acclaimed teacher. Discover Jan’s art on her website.

    Photo Credit: Jan Olssen

    • 07 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 21 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 2 sessions
    • WICE, 10 rue Tiphaine, 75015 Paris: metro La Motte Piquet Grenelle
    • 4
    Register
    In Y Moi, Allison Wiley will show you two different ways to make a bead into a pendant in a fun, creative and collaborative atmosphere. The first of these features the most common technique of incorporating a bead into a pendant from which two separate strings of beads emanate.

    The second version, the shorter design, is one in which a separate pendant is formed and attached to the necklace using a new wire wrapping technique to be taught in class.

    What once appeared impossible is now possible. You can build your own jewelry wardrobe with mix & match items including various necklaces, bracelets and earrings similar to the ones pictured even now. Just imagine the world of possibilities  awaiting you when you have reached your full potential.

    Students can expect to:

    • Receive all materials required for the creation and completion of both projects
    • Learn the necessary techniques for both projects
    • Learn how to make and attach pendants
    • Leave each class with a completed necklace

    Course requirements:

    Jewelry Artistry Beading is a prerequisite.

    About the Instructor: An avid hobbyist turned jewelry artist, Allison Wiley studied jewelry design and creation at many prestigious institutions and with prominent practitioners in her native New York before moving to Paris 10 years ago. She has taught jewelry classes at various locations to the expat community, authored countless articles on art-related topics for Expat Magazine, displayed her jewelry creations around Paris and continues to offer in-home private/semi-private/group classes and workshops.

    Photo Credit: Allison Wiley

    • 08 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 22 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 3 sessions
    • Location TBC, details will be communicated 24 hours before the date.
    • 7
    Register

    Would you like to master all the parameters of your camera so your creativity wont have limits? Get away from the simple choice of shooting in automatic mode by mastering when to use the manual settings.

    In this three sessions workshop, you will learn all the technique tricks that you need to finally get familiar with your camera while developing your visual creativity.
    Every session will be located in a different area inside Paris so we will explore some high lights of the city along with some “out of the path” places.

    Every class will sart with a brief in a café, where we will have the photography lesson of the day. After the brief, we will go out to explore the área at the same time that we will practice though photography assignments.
    A final review of your images and suggestions will follow in a friendly feedback session where we will review and analyse your images.

    This in-depth course explores the manual mode factors of ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. You'll analyse the interaction among them and learn when to apply the manual mode settings.

    Students can expect to:

    • Learn about the manual mode settings and get familiar with their camera
    • Learn about exposure, ISO, aperture, shutter speeds, and how to tackle challenging light situations
    • Learn about composition, colour and black and white techniques
    • Develop their visual creativity
    • Your tutor will guide you and will be with you to answer every technical question
    • Get hands-on experience though practical and creative assignments
    • Participate in a friendly feedback and review session of the pictures taken during the class.

    Location: Location will be communicated 24 hours before the date of the class.

    About the Instructor: Juan Manuel Abellán is a professional fine art photographer and photography tutor based in Paris since 2007. He graduated in Advertising and Visual Arts and holds a Master in Art, philosophy and aesthetics, specialized in Photography and Contemporary Art.  He has worked with the agency Magnum Photo and exhibited his work in several exhibitions, including at the Centre Georges Pompidou. Passionate about photography, Juan Manuel works as a freelance photographer with a specialization in portrait, reportage and fine art photography. He is also an experimented leader of photography adventure tours around the world. You can check out his Instagram account and blog website here.

    Photo Credit: Juan Manuel Abellán

    • 14 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+02:00)
    • 28 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 2 sessions
    • WICE, 10 rue Tiphaine, 75015 Paris: metro La Motte Piquet Grenelle
    • 4
    Register

    In our previous wire wrapping class, we learned how to use two different techniques to make dangle earrings and a bracelet. In the following  classes, these techniques, as well as the one learned in the Y Moi beading class, will be used to make a series of rings in one and a necklace and matching bracelet in  the other.

    Give me a Ring will teach you how to use all three wire wrapping techniques you have learned to create a wide variety of ring designs. You will make a collection of stackable and channel rings, often featured in fashion magazines, as well as a host of other simple rings. In this creative, convivial and collaborative atmosphere Allison Wiley will show you how easy, fun and affordable it is to make a variety of rings for yourself and others. If you agree with actress Elizabeth Taylor, that, " a woman can never have enough rings" then you must not miss this class.

    Making Attachments of various kinds are the focus of all of our classes. In this aptly named class, you are invited to further hone your new found wire wrapping skills by creating a lovely necklace and matching bracelet similar to the ones shown in a creative, convivial and collaborative atmosphere with your fellow members. If that old adage, practice makes perfect is true, then life might not always be perfect, but your jewelry designs might very well be.

    Students can expect to:

    • Receive all materials required to create and complete both projects
    • Learn how to use various techniques to create a series of simple ring designs
    • Learn and adapt these techniques to create a fabulous necklace and bracelet combo
    • Leave class with a completed series of rings and a necklace and bracelet respectively

    Course requirements:

    Jewelry Artistry Wire-Wrapping is a prerequisite.

    About the Instructor: An avid hobbyist turned jewellery artist, Allison Wiley studied jewellery design and creation at many prestigious institutions and with prominent practitioners in her native New York before moving to Paris 10 years ago. She has taught jewellery classes at various locations to the expat community, authored countless articles on art-related topics for Expat Magazine, displayed her jewellery creations around Paris and continues to offer in-home private/semi-private/group classes and workshops.

    Photo Credit: Allison Wiley

    • 26 Oct 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 16 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 4 sessions
    • Remote Online (Zoom)
    • 20
    Register

    In this online course participants will learn how to dream big and create a new vision for their life. COVID-19 has changed our lives completely it is time to form a new way of living. In this course you will:

    • Learn how create a vision for your life in 4 easy steps. A tool you can use again and again.
    • You will learn how to create a vision for 7 areas of your life (before we can create anything we have to have a vision for it!). We will do this by exploring what you want to: be, do, have and feel
    • Visualization – Most people have to see it to believe it. That’s why learning how to visualize what you want is so important. You will learn how to train your brain to work for you.
    • Mindfulness Techniques - relaxation, meditation and writing to empower your vision
    • How to use your vision to create goals, achieve goals, and as a personal growth tool.
    • You will bring your vision to life with Art teacher Rebecca Deveany who will show you how to make a virtual vision board that you can use and see everyday to keep you motivated and focused.
    • And there will be many more cool secret for you…..


    These course methods will be taught through live classes where student and teacher can discuss and interact throughout. There will be four online classes combining presentations, discussions and video tutorials. In a supportive and encouraging atmosphere, participants will learn how to apply these methods to 7 areas of their life and review their progress in each class with feedback and reflection.

    Participates from this course will be invited to a 2.5 day workshop where they can continue their journey by delving deeper into the methodologies introduced in the online course. Incorporating an innovative combination of practical strategies and creative expression to help participants turn their vision into a reality.

    About the Instructor: Mundey Young is an American who has been living in France for 15 years. She is a Life & Expat Coach who helps people create the life they want no matter where thay are in world. Rebecca devaney is award winning art teacher from Ireland who came to France to study Haut Couture Embroderiy and recently launched Textile Tours of Paris.

    Photo Credit: Creating a Vision for Your Life

    • 02 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 23 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 4 sessions
    • Artists Private Atelier (nearest metro: Balard)
    • 6
    Register

    For those who love to draw or paint, or for those who would like to experience how a beloved artist worked and explore some of the sources of his inspiration, this workshop follows the path Matisse used to forge line and color into joyfully vibrant compositions. Accessible to all levels. Your registration fee includes 25€ for all supplies.

    Class activities and instruction include:

    •    Studies of Matisse’s drawings using ink and a brush
    •    Applying Matisse’s drawing method to drawing from life
    •    Color studies from Matisse’s paintings
    •    Adding color to black and white still-life drawings

    •    Completion of a painting on canvas inspired by Matisse’s use of line and color

    About the Instructor:  Instructor Jan Olsson holds an MFA degree in drawing. She is a painter, printmaker and draftsman as well as an acclaimed teacher. Discover Jan’s art on her https://janolssonart.com/ and examples of art by her students at https://artatelierparis.com/

    Photo Credit: Jan Olssen

    • 03 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 24 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 4 sessions
    • Artists Private Atelier (nearest metro: Balard)
    • 5
    Register

    If you have ever said to yourself “I’d like to try drawing”, or “I want to get back into drawing but just don’t seem to find the time”, this class would be a great way to start.

    All are welcome to join, including beginners or anyone seeking the structure of weekly meetings, guidance and inspiration from an artist who is also an experienced teacher, as well as the conviviality of practicing in a group. Instruction includes a variety of drawing techniques and tools (ink, charcoal, pencil, and watercolor) in addition to the exploration of the many possibilities for subject matter in drawing, either through direct observation or through one’s imagination.

    The registration fee for this class includes 20€ for all materials.

    About the Instructor: The instructor, Jan Olsson , holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in drawing. She is a draftsman, painter and printmaker as well as an acclaimed teacher.

    Photo Credit: Jan Olsson

    • 04 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 18 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 2 sessions
    • WICE, 10 rue Tiphaine, 75015 Paris: metro La Motte Piquet Grenelle
    • 4
    Register

    In this creative, convivial and collaborative series of classes, Allison Wiley will show you how to make two versions of the double strand necklace; one short and one long.

    When you invision the typical double strand necklace, those pearls worn by Queen Elizabeth in countless photos probably come to mind. In our first session however, pearls and beads of different sizes, shapes and colors will be used to totally update this classic short necklace. In the second class, a variety of materials will be used to create a more contemporary take on this longer version, similar to the photo shown.

    Allison Wiley will show you how to breath new life into these classic pieces placing special emphasis on design elements such as beading placement and proper attachment techniques that will serve you well for this class as well as a precursor for future course designs.

    Students can expect to:

    • Receive all materials required to create and complete both projects
    • Learn and apply the necessary techniques unique to each project
    • Leave each class with a distinctive double-strand necklace

    Course requirements:

    • Jewelry Artistry Beading is a prerequisite.

    About the Instructor: An avid hobbyist turned jewellery artist, Allison Wiley studied jewellery design and creation at many prestigious institutions and with prominent practitioners in her native New York before moving to Paris 10 years ago. She has taught jewellery classes at various locations to the expat community, authored countless articles on art-related topics for Expat Magazine, displayed her jewellery creations around Paris and continues to offer in-home private/semi-private/group classes and workshops.

    Photo Credit: Allison Wiley

    • 06 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 20 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 3 sessions
    • Private Atelier: Maison Sajou 47 Rue du Caire 75002 Paris (nearest metro - Sentier)
    • 6
    Register

    In the village of Tsintsuntsan (the home of the hummingbird) in Mexico, mothers embroider scenes from everyday life for their daughters before marriage, to be kept as souvenirs and heirlooms. You will choose a photograph of a cherished moment in time and embroider your own keepsake or perhaps give as a gift to a loved one. You will learn how to plan an embroidery using a sampler of stitches (straight, back, stem, fly, daisy chain, french knots), design an embroidery pattern, transfer an embroidery pattern and set-up an embroidery frame. This workshop is ideal for those who have fallen in love with embroidery and are eager to start expressing their creativity by embarking on inspired personal projects.

    About the Instructor: Rebecca Devaney is a textile artist, researcher and educator who currently works as a Haute Couture Embroiderer in Paris, France. She has a BA in Art and Design Education and a MFA in Textile Art and Artefact from the National College of Art and Design, Ireland and recently completed professional training in Haute Couture Embroidery at the École Lesage, France.

    Photo Credit: Rebecca Devaney

    • 11 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 25 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 2 sessions
    • WICE, 10 rue Tiphaine, 75015 Paris: metro La Motte Piquet Grenelle
    • 4
    Register

    Art bridges the gap between existing knowledge and new found skills to form a unique thing of beauty. This is the premise for the two classes in this series. In a creative, convivial and collaborative atmosphere, Allison Wiley will show you how to incorporate your existing knowledge of beading and wire wrapping with the new technique of integrating chain into the piece, to create a sensational, contemporary necklace in the first session. In the second session, she will show you how to make two very different bracelets to complement the necklace, using your new found skills to make pieces of enduring beauty, similar to the ones pictured.

    Students should expect to:

    • Receive all materials required to create and complete both projects
    • Learn and apply the techniques necessary to complete each project
    • Learn how to work with a new design element, chain, which is vital in these as well as future projects
    • Leave class with a completed necklace in the first session; two bracelets in the second one

    Course requirements:

    • Jewelry Artistry Beading and Wire Wrapping are prerequisites.

    About the Instructor: An avid hobbyist turned jewellery artist, Allison Wiley studied jewellery design and creation at many prestigious institutions and with prominent practitioners in her native New York before moving to Paris 10 years ago. She has taught jewellery classes at various locations to the expat community, authored countless articles on art-related topics for Expat Magazine, displayed her jewellery creations around Paris and continues to offer in-home private/semi-private/group classes and workshops.

    Photo Credit: Allison Wiley

    • 19 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 03 Dec 2020
    • (UTC+01:00)
    • 3 sessions
    • Artists Private Atelier (nearest metro: Guy Moquet)
    Register

    Would you like to develop a new project, but don’t know how? Or do you need feedback on something you’ve been working on? Explore new ideas to tell personal stories with your photographs and develop your own photographic voice through assignments personalized to your individual project. Through an analyse and critic on your images, you’ll learn how to create a personal work as well as the elements needed to tell strong  and effective stories.


    This course is aimed at photo enthusiasts who want to develop their artistic sensitivity and find their voice in creative photography though the development of a personal project.


    During the workshop, you will study the photographic narrative, concept, style, themes, and purpose of your personal work. We will analyze your own images and we will also look at work by others photographers to gain insight into creative storytelling, including new trends in contemporary photography, without forgetting about the great photography masters. Be ready to develop your own photography personal project !

    Students can expect to:

    • Get the necessary tools to develop your personal project
    • Learn about post-production process and how to prepare the file for printing
    • Learn about printing and framing process
    • Visit to a professional photography laboratory and a photography exhibition
    • Get hands-on experience though practical and creative assignments
    • Your tutor will guide you and will be with you to answer every technical question
    • Participate in a friendly feedback and review sessions of your pictures

    Course Requirements:

    • Suitable for all levels of photographer

    Location: Location will be communicated 24 hours before the date of the class.

    About the Instructor: Juan Manuel Abellán is a professional fine art photographer and photography tutor based in Paris since 2007. He graduated in Advertising and Visual Arts and holds a Master in Art, philosophy and aesthetics, specialized in Photography and Contemporary Art.  He has worked with the agency Magnum Photo and exhibited his work in several exhibitions, including at the Centre Georges Pompidou. Passionate about photography, Juan Manuel works as a freelance photographer with a specialization in portrait, reportage and fine art photography. He is also an experimented leader of photography adventure tours around the world. You can check out his Instagram account and blog website here.

    Photo Credit: Juan Manuel Abellán

    • 08 Dec 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (UTC+01:00)
    • Meeting at Galeries Lafayette (nearest metro: Chausée d’Antin or Gare Auber)
    • 8
    Register

    Paris truly sparkles during the holidays. The store windows, glittering lights, and diverse quartier decorations are a photographic feast. In this night workshop, we’ll visit the best spots (Grand Boulevard department stores, Champs Elysées, Place de la Concorde) and learn the tricks of exposing for night lights, shooting through windows, light painting, and just generally capturing the joy of the season. You might even get the image you need for your personalized holiday card. For sure, we’ll end the evening with a cup of chocolate or vin chaud.

    Starting point: Galeries Lafayette

    Students can expect to:

    • Become familiar with their camera
    • Learn about exposure, composition, and how to engage your subjects Have your technical questions answered directly

    Course Requirements: • Suitable for all levels of photographer

    About the instructor: Meredith Mullins is a popular photo instructor and fine-art photography mentor, an internationally exhibited photographer, and a winner of international photography competitions, including the Grand Concours Photo sur Paris, PX3 Competition, Julia Margaret Cameron Award, Photographer’s Forum, and Worldwide Gala Photo Awards. She is the author of the award-winning book In a Paris Moment, a leader of photo adventure tours, and the Co-Founder and Director of the International Fine Art Photography Competition.

    Photo Credit: Lucia Escobar

    • 15 Dec 2020
    • 4:30 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+01:00)
    • Place de Chatelet TBC 24h before the event (nearest metro: Chatelet)
    • 7
    Register

    Night photography is a challenging adventure, and the rewards are astounding when you know some special techniques.
    This photography course will help you master low light and night photography. It also will teach you techniques of light painting, while exploring Paris by night.


    You will learn how to capture the magic of the night in the city, how to work under low light conditions, how to capture twilight moments and how to have fun with light painting!  The class will start with a brief in a café, where we will have the photography lesson of the night. After the brief, we will go out to explore the area while we will practice though photography assignments, guided by the tutor. He will answer all your questions and will be available for you all the time.

    A final review of your images and suggestions will follow in a friendly feedback session where we will review and analyse your images.

    Students can expect to:

    • Learn about composition and exposure
    • Learn about night photography techniques
    • Learn light-painting techniques
    • Get familiar with their camera
    • Get hands-on experience through practical assignments
    • Participate in a friendly critique of their work

    Requirements:
    Suitable for all levels

    • Participants should bring a camera that can manually set ISO, shutter speed, and aperture.
    • Participants are encouraged to bring a tripod and any kind of pocket light (LED, etc) to use during light-painting exercises.

    Location: Location will be communicated 24 hours before the date of the class.

    About the Instructor: Juan Manuel Abellán is a professional fine art photographer and photography tutor based in Paris since 2007. He graduated in Advertising and Visual Arts and holds a Master in Art, philosophy and aesthetics, specialized in Photography and Contemporary Art.  He has worked with the agency Magnum Photo and exhibited his work in several exhibitions, including at the Centre Georges Pompidou. Passionate about photography, Juan Manuel works as a freelance photographer with a specialization in portrait, reportage and fine art photography. He is also an experimented leader of photography adventure tours around the world. You can check out his Instagram account and blog website here.

    Photo Credit: Juan Manuel Abellán

Past events

26 Sep 2020 SS261 Street Photography and Storytelling
23 Sep 2020 SS231 Jewelry Artistry: Wire Wrapping
18 Sep 2020 SS111 Embroidery: Tying Up Loose Ends (2 sessions)
17 Sep 2020 ES171 WICE Virtual Open House 2020
15 Sep 2020 SS151 Jewelry Artistry/Beading - Beginner
19 May 2020 LockDown Talk - Mundey Young Expat and Life Coach: Creating a Vision in Times of Uncertainty
14 May 2020 VA141 Creativity Through Movement with Hiie Saumaa
06 Mar 2020 VM061 Fiber Arts Craft Circle
05 Mar 2020 SM051 The Secrets of Portraiture Photography: Natural and Available Light
02 Mar 2020 SM021 Creative Photography: Focusing on Genre, Style, and Theme (4 sessions)
29 Feb 2020 SF291 Street Photography: Telling Stories from the City
21 Feb 2020 VF141 Nathalie Lété Embroidery (3 sessions)
06 Feb 2020 SF061 Portfolio Review and Printing Process
03 Feb 2020 SF031 Winter Portfolio Review/Independent Study Course (2 sessions)
24 Jan 2020 VJ241 Embroidery on Maison Sajou Printed Fabrics (2 sessions)
17 Jan 2020 VJ171 Embroidery in Paris: From the Middle Ages to the Millennials!
13 Jan 2020 SJ131 Drawing Fundamentals: Learning to see and find self-expression through drawing (4 sessions)
13 Jan 2020 SJ131 Light and Exposure: Get on Manual Mode! (3 sessions)
18 Dec 2019 SN061 The Secrets of Portraiture in Photography: Natural Light (New Date)
10 Dec 2019 SD102 Photo Exploration: Holiday Sparkle and Night Photo Adventures
02 Dec 2019 SD021 Creative Photography: Breaking the Rules (3 sessions)
09 Nov 2019 SN091 Saturday Printmaking November Workshop (CANCELLED)
08 Nov 2019 VN081 Embroidery: Samplers of Seduction (3 sessions)
04 Nov 2019 SN041 Creative Photography: Finding Your Visual Voice (4 sessions)
18 Oct 2019 VO182 Embroidery: A Sublime Start
12 Oct 2019 SO121 Saturday Printmaking October Workshop
04 Oct 2019 SO041 Light and Exposure: Photographing Paris in Manual Mode (3 sessions)
30 Sep 2019 SS302 Nature's Design: Drawing Inspiration from the Natural World (3 sessions)
26 Sep 2019 SS262 Fearless Photography: A Workshop Focused on Photographing People
17 Sep 2019 SS171 Exploring Paris Through the Lens (3 sessions)
06 Jul 2019 SU281 Street Photography: Telling Stories from the City (New Date)
03 Jul 2019 SL031 Sketching Class: Son Jardin Secret
27 May 2019 SY271 Exploring Paris through the Lens (Part 2) (3 sessions)
22 May 2019 SY221 Workshop: Promoting Your Photographs (Exhibitions, Competitions, Stock Photography, and Instagram)
13 May 2019 SY131 LES JARDINS: Sketching in Paris Gardens (4 sessions)
06 May 2019 SY061 Exploring Paris through the Lens (Part 1) (3 sessions)
01 Apr 2019 SA011 April in Paris: Drawing and Color with Paul Cézanne (3 sessions)
23 Mar 2019 SM231 Saturday Printmaking Workshop
11 Mar 2019 SM112 Studio Art: Drawing and Painting the In-Between
11 Mar 2019 SM111 Creative Photography: Exploring New Directions
04 Feb 2019 SF041 The Secrets of Portrait Photography (In natural light)
21 Jan 2019 SJ211 Studio Art: Drawing and Painting in Tandem
18 Jan 2019 SJ181 Photography: Mastering Manual Mode (light and exposure)
04 Dec 2018 SD041 Photo Exploration: Holiday Sparkle and Night Photo Adventures
10 Nov 2018 SN101 Street Photography: Stories from the City
06 Nov 2018 SN061 Drawing Inspiration from Nature: Line Drawing, Texture, Shading
05 Nov 2018 SN052 Texture and Brushstroke in Acrylic Painting: the Example of Monet and the Impressionists
05 Nov 2018 SN051 Creative Photography: Finding Photographic Inspiration
02 Oct 2018 SO021 Indoor and Outdoor Sketching: Perspective, Proportion and Depth
01 Oct 2018 SO011 Introduction to Acrylic Painting: Rendering Volume, Light and Shade
07 Jun 2018 SU071 Paris Sketchbook
31 May 2018 SY311 Drawing in the Orsay Museum
17 May 2018 SY171 Drawing: Getting Started
07 May 2018 SY071 Photography: Exploring Paris Through the Lens
19 Apr 2018 SA191 Photography: Night Walks in Paris
16 Apr 2018 SA161 The Mysteries of Portrait in Photography
31 Mar 2018 SM101 Street Photography: Telling Stories from the City (New Date)
29 Mar 2018 SM291 The Art of Social Media: Expanding your Presence through Photography and Writing
27 Mar 2018 SM271 Introduction to Watercolor and Gouache
14 Mar 2018 SM141 Drawing in the Louvre
05 Mar 2018 SM051 Creative Photography: Focusing on Personal Style and Theme
20 Jan 2018 SJ201 Street Photography: Telling stories
17 Jan 2018 SJ171 Drawing Studio
11 Jan 2018 SJ111 Light and Exposure: Mastering Manual Mode
09 Dec 2017 SD091 The Secrets of Color and Black and White Photography
08 Dec 2017 SD081 The Art of Portrait in Studio
05 Dec 2017 SD051 Photo Exploration: Holiday Sparkle
01 Dec 2017 SD011 Portfolio Review: Find Your Artistic Style
25 Nov 2017 SN251 Portrait Photography Using Natural Light
11 Nov 2017 SN111 Street Photography: Telling stories (cancelled)
09 Nov 2017 SN091 Creating a Website Using a Free Website Builder
08 Nov 2017 SN081 Drawing Studio
07 Nov 2017 SN071 Creative Photography: Inspired by the Masters
04 Oct 2017 SO041 Drawing Studio
26 Sep 2017 SS261 Exploring Paris Through the Lens
17 Jun 2017 SU171 Make Your Own Creative Photobook
15 Jun 2017 SU151 Light and Exposure: Mastering Manual Mode
10 Jun 2017 SU101 Print Arts Workshop (CANCELLED)
10 Jun 2017 SU031 The Secrets of Color and Black and White Photography
07 Jun 2017 SU071 Drawing Studio
06 Jun 2017 SU061 Painting Studio (CANCELLED)
23 May 2017 SY232 Exploring Paris Through the Lens
20 May 2017 SY201 Print Arts Workshop
17 May 2017 SY171 Drawing Studio
16 May 2017 SY161 Painting Studio
04 May 2017 SY041 Building a Personal Project: Finding Your Artistic Path
27 Apr 2017 SA271 Creative Studio Photography (CANCELLED)
26 Apr 2017 SA261 Drawing Studio
25 Apr 2017 SA251 Painting Studio (CANCELLED)
22 Apr 2017 SA221 Print Arts Workshop
20 Apr 2017 SA201 Paris by Night: A Festival of Magic and Colors (CANCELLED)
19 Apr 2017 EA191: WICE Art Gallery Vernissage
25 Mar 2017 SM251 Street Photography: Telling stories
15 Mar 2017 SM151 Introduction to the Art of Printmaking
09 Mar 2017 SM091 Contemporary Art Up-close
07 Mar 2017 SM071 Creative Photography: Exploring New Directions
21 Feb 2017 SF211 Photoshop Primer: Getting Creative with Post Production Tools
02 Feb 2017 SJ211 The Art of Studio Photography
11 Jan 2017 SJ113 Drawing Studio: January / February
01 Dec 2016 SD011 Light and Exposure: Mastering Manual Mode
29 Nov 2016 SN291 Creative Photography: Breaking the Rules
12 Nov 2016 SN192 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: November
09 Nov 2016 SN091 Drawing Studio: November
08 Nov 2016 SN082 Painting Studio: November
05 Nov 2016 SN051 Street Photography: Telling Stories
03 Nov 2016 SN031 Advanced Photography: Interpreted Reality, Building a Personal Project
15 Oct 2016 SO152 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: October
15 Oct 2016 SO151 Fearless Photography: An Intro to Photographing People
07 Oct 2016 SO071 Art Collecting in Paris Fall 2016
06 Oct 2016 SO061 Light and Exposure: Mastering Manual Mode
04 Oct 2016 SO041 Exploring Paris Through the Lens
28 Sep 2016 SS281 Drawing Studio: September / October
27 Sep 2016 SS271 Painting Studio: September / October
21 Jun 2016 SU211 The Art of Studio Portrait Photography
14 Jun 2016 SU141 Street Photography: Telling stories
07 Jun 2016 SU071 Creating Your Own Photo Book: A Primer
02 Jun 2016 SU021 Advanced Photography: Mastering Manual Mode
21 May 2016 SY211 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: May
20 May 2016 EY201 WICE Member Art Gallery: Opening Night
12 May 2016 SY121 Creativity via Self-Portrait Photography
11 May 2016 SY111 Drawing Studio: May/June
10 May 2016 SY101 Painting Studio: May/June
09 May 2016 SY091 Exploring Paris Through the Lens: Flâneur Heaven
03 May 2016 SY031 Advanced Photography: Interpreted Reality, Building a Personal Project
07 Apr 2016 SA071 Color or Black & White Photography?
02 Apr 2016 SA021 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: April
25 Mar 2016 SM251 Art Collecting in Paris, Spring 2016
22 Mar 2016 SM221 Exploring Paris Through the Lens: Welcoming Spring
09 Mar 2016 SM091 Drawing Studio: March/April
08 Mar 2016 SM081 Painting Studio: March/April
08 Mar 2016 SM082 Creative Studio Photography
07 Mar 2016 SM071 Creating a Photo Story for Publication or Exhibition
13 Feb 2016 SF131 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: February
23 Jan 2016 SJ231 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: January
19 Jan 2016 SJ191 Portrait Photography Using Natural Light
14 Jan 2016 SJ141 Drawing Studio: January/February
12 Jan 2016 SJ122 Color Through Painting
13 Nov 2015 SN131 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
05 Nov 2015 SN051: The Art of Photography: A Study of Style
03 Nov 2015 SN031 Photographing Paris by Night
22 Oct 2015 SO221 Street Photography: Telling stories
15 Oct 2015 SO151 Photo Expedition: Fondation Louis Vuitton/Jardin d'Acclimatation
10 Oct 2015 SO101 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: October
09 Oct 2015 SO091 Art Collecting in Paris
06 Oct 2015 SO061 Advanced Photography: Interpreted Reality, Building a Personal Project
04 Oct 2015 SO041 Photo Expedition: Sunday Morning on the Rue Mouffetard
01 Oct 2015 SO011 Figure Drawing: One Step at a Time
29 Sep 2015 SS292 Color Through Painting
29 Sep 2015 SS291 Drawing Practice: Learning to See
29 Sep 2015 SS293 Exploring Paris Through the Lens
28 Sep 2015 SS281 Creative Photography: All the World's a Stage
26 Sep 2015 SS262 Discovering Pinhole Photography
26 Sep 2015 SS261 Fearless Photography: Intro Workshop
25 Sep 2015 SS251 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
24 Sep 2015 SS241 Portrait Photography Using Natural Light
21 Sep 2015 SS211 Photography: Mastering Manual Mode
27 Jun 2015 SU271 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: June
08 Jun 2015 SU081: Exploring Paris Through the Lens–Versailles Expedition (NEW)
04 Jun 2015 SU041 Figure Drawing: One Step at a Time - June Sessions
03 Jun 2015 SJ031---- Smartphone Photography Workshop IV
03 Jun 2015 SU031 Painting for Pleasure: Watercolors & Acrylics - June Sessions
02 Jun 2015 SU021 Building a Personal Photographic Project
30 May 2015 SY301 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: May
27 May 2015 SM271---- Smartphone Photography Workshop III
21 May 2015 SY211 Street Photography: Capturing the Magic of the Moment
20 May 2015 SM201---- Smartphone Photography Workshop II
13 May 2015 SM131 Smartphone Photography Workshop I
11 May 2015 SY111 Preparing Your Photographs for Exhibition
05 May 2015 SY051 Exploring Paris Through the Lens
05 May 2015 SY052 Drawing Practice: May Sessions (newly listed!)
28 Apr 2015 SY282 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
16 Apr 2015 SA161 Photography Insights: Choosing the Right Gear
11 Apr 2015 SA111 Saturday Printmaking Workshop: April
09 Apr 2015 SA091 Pinhole Photography
02 Apr 2015 SA021 Figure Drawing: One Step at a Time - April/May Sessions
21 Mar 2015 SM211 Fearless Photography: Part II
13 Mar 2015 SM133 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
09 Mar 2015 SM091 Creative Photography: Focusing on a Theme (FULL; Call Office for Waitlist)
07 Mar 2015 SM071 Introductory Workshop: Fearless Photography
15 Feb 2015 EF151 Make-up Workshops Preview
10 Feb 2015 SF101 Portrait Photography using Natural Light
05 Feb 2015 SF051 Figure Drawing: One Step at a Time - February/March Sesions
04 Feb 2015 SF041 Painting for Pleasure: Watercolors & Acrylics - February/March Sessions
13 Jan 2015 SJ131 Advanced Photography: Mastering Manual Mode
09 Dec 2014 SD091 Advanced Night Photography & Light Painting
03 Dec 2014 SD032 - Movie Night: Easy Rider
18 Nov 2014 SN181 Image Processing using Lightroom software
12 Nov 2014 SN052 - Movie Night: The Fighter
04 Nov 2014 SN041 Advanced Photography: Mastering Manual Mode
18 Oct 2014 SO181 Toussaint Holiday Special: Introduction to Printmaking
11 Oct 2014 SO111 Fearless Photography (Intro Workshop)
07 Oct 2014 SO071 All About Color
07 Oct 2014 SO072 Drawing Practice: Learning to See
01 Oct 2014 SO011 - Movie Night: Into the Wild
29 Sep 2014 SS291 Visual Storytelling: Photographing People, Places, and Things
27 Sep 2014 ES271 Open House 2014
24 Sep 2014 SS241 Photography Portfolio review
23 Sep 2014 SS232 Introduction to Painting: Tools, Techniques and Terminology
23 Sep 2014 SS231 Exploring Paris Through the Lens (4 sessions): FULL, call office for waitlist
17 Sep 2014 SS171 Plein-Air Sketching: Les Berges de la Seine
16 Sep 2014 SS161 Introduction to Drawing: Tools, Techniques and Terminology
02 Jul 2014 SL021 - Movie Night : O Brother Where Art Thou?
28 Jun 2014 SU281 - Printing and Painting on Textiles
06 Jun 2014 SU061 - Friday Film Festival : Being John Malkovich
05 Jun 2014 SU051 Pinhole Photography (CANCELLED: offered again in the Fall)
03 Jun 2014 SU032 Building a Personal Project
02 Jun 2014 SU021 - Carnet de Voyage VI: Celebrating the Summer Solstice
16 May 2014 SY161 - Friday Film Festival : In Bruges
15 May 2014 SY151 - Short Film Production: Blockbuster
13 May 2014 SY132 Portraiture Photography using Natural Light
07 May 2014 SY072 - Drawing Practice: Learning to See II
07 May 2014 SY071 Photography: Introduction to Lightroom
06 May 2014 SY062 Exploring Paris Through the Lens (NEW COURSE ADDED)
05 May 2014 SY051 - Carnet de Voyage V: Flaner à Paris
05 May 2014 SY052 Exploring Paris Through the Lens
17 Apr 2014 SA171: Capturing the Magic of the Moment
05 Apr 2014 SA051 Advanced Night Photography & Light Painting
04 Apr 2014 SA041 - Friday Film Festival : Hot Fuzz
28 Mar 2014 SM281 - ABCs of Art Collecting: Focus on Drawings
20 Mar 2014 SM202 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
15 Mar 2014 SM151 - Create your own Notebook Cover Design
13 Mar 2014 SM131 Studio Photography: Following the Masters (3 Sessions)
07 Mar 2014 SM071 - ABCs of Art Collecting: Absolute Beginners
05 Mar 2014 SM051 - Drawing Practice: Learning to See I
05 Mar 2014 SM052 - Short Film Production: Video Blog
04 Mar 2014 SM043 - Painting Studio: Modernizing the Techniques of the Masters
04 Mar 2014 SM041 Advanced Photography: Mastering Manual Mode
03 Mar 2014 SM031 - Carnet de Voyage IV: Celebrating the Spring Equinox
11 Feb 2014 SF111 Portraiture Photography using Natural Light
07 Feb 2014 SF071 - Friday Film Festival : The Cabin in the Woods
04 Feb 2014 SF041 Advanced Night Photography & Light Painting
31 Jan 2014 SJ311 - Short Film Production: Discussion Evening
23 Jan 2014 SJ231 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
14 Jan 2014 SJ142 - Painting Studio III: Lessons from the Masters - Frida Kahlo & the Narrative Retablo
13 Jan 2014 SJ131 - Carnet de Voyage III: Warmer Climes (5 sessions)
09 Jan 2014 SJ091 Photography Post-Processing Techniques (4 Sessions)
07 Jan 2014 SJ071 Advanced Photography: Mastering Manual Mode
13 Dec 2013 SD131 - Friday Film Festival : One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
26 Nov 2013 SN261 - Greeting Cards à l'Artist (single sessions available)
21 Nov 2013 SN211 Expeditions to the Edge of Beyond - Entombed
18 Nov 2013 SN181 Finding Your Photographic Style (4 sessions)
14 Nov 2013 SN144 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
14 Nov 2013 SN141 Expeditions to the Edge of Beyond - Graffiti Grunge
08 Nov 2013 SN072 - Acquiring Collectable Art in Paris: Explore
07 Nov 2013 SN073 - Short Film Production with a Mobile Phone
07 Nov 2013 SN071 Expeditions to the Edge of Beyond - All Souls Day
05 Nov 2013 SN052 - Painting Studio II: Lessons from the Masters - Vallotton, the Nabis and Lichtenstein
04 Nov 2013 SN041 - Carnet de Voyage II: New Horizons (limited availability)
21 Oct 2013 SO213 - Collectable Art: Visit to a Private Collection
11 Oct 2013 SO111 - Acquiring Collectable Art in Paris: Discovery (Full)
10 Oct 2013 SO101 - Film Lecture Series - Discovering the World of Film
04 Oct 2013 SO041 - Friday Film Festival : The Blues Brothers
01 Oct 2013 SO012 - Painting Studio I: Lessons from the Masters - Getting Started with Georges Braque
30 Sep 2013 SS302 Moving Beyond "Snapshots"—Targeted Tips for Better Photos (Full)
30 Sep 2013 SS301 - Carnet de Voyage I: Setting Sail (Full)
28 Sep 2013 SS281 Fearless Photography: Introductory Workshop
26 Sep 2013 SS262 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
26 Sep 2013 SS261 Exploring Paris Through the Lens (Full; call for waitlist)
24 Sep 2013 ES241 Open House 2013
21 Sep 2013 SS211 Monotype Printmaking at La Ruche (2 sessions)
18 Sep 2013 SS181 - Great Gardens Galore - Visual Arts Expedition
13 Jun 2013 AU131 Musee Bourdelle : Exceptional sculptures of the late 19th and early 20th centuries
12 Jun 2013 EU121 - WICE Member Art Gallery - Opening Night
05 Jun 2013 SU051 Dramatic Studio Photography (3 Sessions)
28 May 2013 SY281: Exploring Paris Through the Lens (COURSE FULL) (4 sessions)
14 May 2013 SY142 Painting from the Masters: Still Life Painting from Chardin to Matisse (6 Sessions)
14 May 2013 SY141 Live Model Drawing: Nature & the Human Figure (6 Sessions)
13 May 2013 SY131 Contemporary Drawing - Nature & The City (5 Sessions)
26 Apr 2013 EA261 - Visit to Howard Greenberg Photography Exhibition
24 Apr 2013 EA241 - Visual Arts Visit to Musée Bourdelle
22 Apr 2013 SA221 Photography: The Creative Path (5 sessions) FULL; Call Office for Waitlist
18 Apr 2013 SA181 Photography: The Power of Light (2 sessions)
17 Apr 2013 EA171 WICE Member Artwork Opening Night
09 Apr 2013 EA091 - All about Printmaking with Jan Olsson
21 Mar 2013 SM211 Photography Expeditions: In the Footsteps of the Masters (4 sessions)
19 Mar 2013 SM192 Painting from the Masters: Marc Chagall and Narrative Painting (6 Sessions)
19 Mar 2013 SM191 Live Model Drawing: The Expressive Image (6 Sessions)
18 Mar 2013 SM182 Contemp Drawing - The Urban Scene
18 Mar 2013 SM181 Creative Photography: Breaking the Rules (Full; Call for Waitlist)
25 Feb 2013 SF251 Contemporary Drawing - If the World Were Flat (Special class)
16 Feb 2013 SF161 Fearless Photography: Introductory Workshop
11 Feb 2013 AF111 Behind the Scenes Visit: the Must-See Harcourt Studio of Photography
05 Feb 2013 SF052 Painting Studio: Lessons from the Masters IV (4 Sessions)
05 Feb 2013 SF051 Live Model Studio: Drawing & Painting from the Model II (4 Sessions)
04 Feb 2013 SF041 Contemporary Drawing - If the World Were Flat (3 Sessions)
21 Jan 2013 SJ211 Photographing What Matters (4 sessions) (FULL—Call Office for Waitlist)
17 Jan 2013 AJ171 Musée Cernuschi - From the Red River to the Mekong: Visions of Vietnam
15 Jan 2013 SJ152 Painting Studio: Lessons from the Masters III (3 Sessions)
15 Jan 2013 SJ151 Live Model Studio: Drawing & Painting from the Model I (3 Sessions)
14 Jan 2013 SJ141 Contemporary Drawing - Life of a Line (3 Sessions)
04 Dec 2012 SD041 Photo Expedition: Holiday Sparkle
13 Nov 2012 SN131 Live Model Studio: Drawing from the Model II (4 Sessions)
12 Nov 2012 SN122 Contemporary Drawing - Golden Rules (3 Sessions)
12 Nov 2012 SN121 Photography: Art and Technique (5 Sessions)
08 Nov 2012 EN081 - Photo Gallery "Vernissage" Tour
06 Oct 2012 SO061 Night Photography à la Nuit Blanche
06 Oct 2012 GO061 Night Photography Bundle
02 Oct 2012 SO022 Painting Studio: Lessons from the Masters I (4 Sessions)
02 Oct 2012 SO021 Live Model Studio: Drawing from the Model I (4 Sessions)
01 Oct 2012 SO011 Exploring Paris Through The Lens (FULL - Call for Waitlist info)
29 Sep 2012 SS291 Fearless Photography: Introductory Workshop (FULL) (Call for Waitlist Info)
28 Sep 2012 SS281 Monotype Printmaking - Continuing the Creative Path (3 Sessions)
27 Sep 2012 SS271 Lost in Time: The Power of Black and White Photography (FULL - Call for Waitlist Info)
25 Sep 2012 SO081 - Early Bird Special: Contemporary Drawing - Images Meet Writing, the Carnet de Voyage (3 Sessions)
11 Sep 2012 ES111 - Gallery Visit: Julien Chatelin, "Israel Borderline"
19 Jun 2012 SU191 Monotype Printmaking at La Ruche (3 classes)
15 May 2012 SY152 Contemporary Painting Studio: Acrylic and Collage on Panel (5 classes)
15 May 2012 SY151 Life Drawing Studio: Degas and the Nude (5 classes)
10 May 2012 SY102 Paris Sketchbook - Springtime in Paris (5 classes)
13 May 2011 SY131 Latin Calligraphy
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