This is currently the only course in the group you selected: Studio Art
Immerse yourself in the diverse and breathtaking landscape of Northern New Mexico in this unique, intensive workshop. Starting from our home base at SMU’s Fort Burgwin campus, we will paint at a different location each day (weather permitting). You also will have open access to our studio at Fort Burgwin and are encouraged to work at your own pace. We also will take advantage of opportunities for sunset and night paintings, as well as evening lectures, so please plan accordingly and keep your schedule flexible. As most of our work will be completed en plein air, class time may vary each day as weather conditions change. We will conclude our experience with a short painting session, final critique, and a group meal in Taos.
This course is open to serious landscape painters at any level. Registration fee does not include travel to/from New Mexico, food, nor lodging in Taos. These arrangements are the responsibility of each student.
|Dates:||September 17-23, 2017 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, 7 Sessions|
|Instructor:||Suzanne Kelley Clark|
|Fee:||$615 Fee Breakdown|
The full course meets over 7 days: SUNDAY, September 17 through SATURDAY, September 23 , 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. each day, with some evenings as well.
Students may sign up for the half-session option to accommodate limited schedule availability to travel to Taos. This option is available to choose at the enrollment cart screen. Half-session registration entitles you to 4 days of participation in this course. Please contact CAPE and/or the instructor to discuss schedule options.
Registration fee does not include travel to/from New Mexico, meals, nor lodging in Taos. These arrangements are the responsibility of each student.
There are still openings remaining at this time.