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Reincarnations: Finding the Past in the Present (Online Course)

Bethany Arts Community 40 Somerstown Rd., Ossining

Every generation of artists wants to express its own ideas, address its own issues, and develop its own innovations. Modernists, in particular, felt that the great masterworks which had preceded them no longer “spoke” to the world in which they lived. Scholars often reinforce this idea by illustrating the differences between art eras and movements […]

Virtual Family Project: Photography Wheatpasting with Instructor, Julia Forrest

Bethany Arts Community 40 Somerstown Rd., Ossining

Students will blend together photography and street art using the guerrilla style art form known as wheat pasting. Using printed photographs from home, students will learn how to make their own glue out of household materials. This practice is still used by street artists today as a way to cheaply and effectively put-up paper posters […]

Photography 101 with Instructor, Julia Forrest

Bethany Arts Community 40 Somerstown Rd., Ossining

Students will learn the basics of how to use a camera for this 101 beginner’s course. Bring in your camera that you’ve been meaning to learn the ins and outs of, and we will go over important settings that help create the best images possible. We will go over composition, ISO, F-stop, Shutter Speed, and […]

Matisse: A World of Colors and Patterns (Online Course)

Bethany Arts Community 40 Somerstown Rd., Ossining

Henri Matisse is widely regarded as the greatest colorist of the 20th century and as a rival to Pablo Picasso in the importance of his innovations. He first achieved prominence as the leader of the French movement Fauvism—but his long career would take him in many different directions. Matisse sought to use color as the […]

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