Tuesday Night Drawing & Painting (HYBRID)

In-Person
Age:Adults
Instructor:Lena Shiffman
Time:7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Date(s):10 Tuesdays: 3/12-5/21 (no class 4/23)
Tuition:Members: $350, Non-Members: $390
Location:Hunterdon Art Museum
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Virtual
Age:Adults
Instructor:Lena Shiffman
Time:7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Date(s):10 Tuesdays: 3/12-5/21 (no class 4/23)
Tuition:Members: $350, Non-Members: $390

This hybrid class can be taken virtually or in-person. If you wish to attend in-person, please register for the in-person session. If you wish to attend virtually via Zoom, please register for the online session. These sessions will take place simultaneously, the two sessions are just for us to track how many students will be coming in-person versus virtually. 

Pick your favorite medium and set aside your Tuesday evenings for building your drawing and painting skills. In this relaxed, intimate class, beginning and intermediate students are encouraged to work at their own pace with guidance from the instructor on a variety of subjects including still-lifes and photographs. Projects are adapted to each student’s skill level. All levels welcome; beginners start with drawing.

Click HERE for your list of materials to bring with you.

Students who choose to join virtually will need access to a computer, laptop, tablet or phone with a camera, microphone and internet access for using the Zoom meeting app.

Meet the Instructor:

Lena Shiffman attended Spectrum Institute of Commercial Art in NJ, and later studied at The Parsons School of Design and the Art Students League in New York City. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and member of Rutgers University council on children’s Literature (RUCCL). Her first book was Keeping a Christmas Secret written by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, which received a Christopher award in 1989. Since then she has created many drawings for Cricket Magazine and illustrated numerous books for Scholastic Inc., including Dancing with Manatees, which has sold more than half a million copies in countries all over the world.

Image courtesy of Lena Shiffman

 

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