In diesem Kurs lernen Sie wie Sie durch Malen und Zeichnen eine Geschichte aufbauen und interpretieren. In praktischen Übungen und Lektionen in Kunstgeschichte erfahren Sie, welche verschiedenen Interpretationen der Einsatz von Farbe und Pinselstrichen bietet. Ein Kurs, in dem Sie die Kunstwelt entd
In this course I will teach you how to build up and interpret narrative through the traditional aspects of painting and drawing. How the use of color and brush strokes offer different story interpretations through studio practice as well as art history. Discovering by making.
In my course you will get a hands on teaching approach. One on one with each student. The beginning of each course will discuss what you want to do with the art you make, followed by the making of the art with discussions and showing you examples of how other artists approach subject matters. At the end of each course will be a critique. A studio visit of contemporary working artists will be set up for the students to meet and see how a professional working studio exists in Berlin.
Program for a 10 week course
Week one: Getting to know your art.
Week two: Color as narrative
Week three: The use of text in art
Week four: Art History as it relates to you
Week five: How are you contemporary
Week six: Building a series
Week seven: Writing about your art. (homework assignment for those interested.)
Week eight What the final product means
Week nine: Presentation of your work
Week ten (last class) Studio visit with three contemporary working artists in Berlin who exhibit locally as well as internationally.
The most important part of this course will be the act of painting and drawing. All the Theory aspects will be discussed while you are making the work. Could be a possible exhibition at the end of the course depending on your productivity.
Berlin has about six million residents from over 180 different nations. Berlin is considered an important cultural, political and scientific node at the international level, in addition to having one of the highest standards of living in the world and being an important tourist destination.
German is the dominant language in Berlin, but about 30% of its inhabitants are of foreign origin. The most-commonly-spoken foreign languages in Berlin are Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Polish, Kurdish, Vietnamese, English, Serbian, Croatian and Greek, among others.