Instructor: Glenn Hirsch
10 Sessions / Wednesdays, June 5–August 7
Time: 6:30–9:30 pm
Location: Studio 117
Through visual and verbal analysis, students will increase the power of their work and overcome blocks that hinder the completion of paintings. The course presents ideas to help students explore the content of their art through irony, humor, narrative, mood, and the use of unusual materials. Individual instruction and technical assignments will help students to explore a particular style and become more independent by painting in series.
Prerequisite: Recent college or extension level courses in both drawing and painting.
Glenn Hirsch completed his MFA at the San Francisco Art Institute. He teaches as adjunct faculty at UC Berkeley Extension Art Studio, and formerly served as adjunct faculty at JFK University's MFA program and as an adviser for the Art Institute of Boston's MFA program. He has exhibited widely in the United States for 20 years. www.glennhirsch.com