UWFox Offers ‘Art: The Creative Process’ Course
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The Office of Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley is now taking registrations for “Art…The Creative Process: Where Do Ideas Come From?”
When it comes to an art project, many aspiring artists feel that “I have no good ideas.” For example, sometimes writers or artists encounter a continual state of “writer’s block” or the “blank canvas syndrome.” The course is designed to help the artist manipulate, exaggerate, transform, scale, eliminate, invert, and repeat; sketch, draw, paint, collage, and dabble in other techniques using a variety of mediums: brainstorm ideas, play with words, free-associate, as well as the use other techniques, in order to get the creative juices flowing.
The only prerequisite for this class is the willingness to think “outside of the box.”
The class runs four Tuesdays, including October 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2007. A supply list will be sent to students before class starts. The price of supplies is not included in the cost of the class, and is estimated to be less than $20.00. The class fee is $69.00. All classes are held on the UWFox campus in Menasha.
Registrations are taken online, by mail, phone, or in person. Go to www.uwfox.uwc.edu/conted and click on online registration, or call the UWFox Office of Continuing Education at (920) 832-2636 for more information or to request a paper course catalog.