Part-time Courses - Creative Arts
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|Course #||Courses||Length (Hours)||Distance||Status|
|ARTS1401||Drawing for the Absolute Beginner
Description: Have you always been interested in drawing, but never really knew how to get started? If so, then this is definitely the course for you! Gain a solid foundation and understanding of the basics to drawing and become the artist you've always dreamed you could be! In this course, an expert instructor will guide you through an exciting and informative exploration of drawing materials, set up procedures, lighting and rendering techniques, design and layout methods, and more. Visit www.ed2go.com/conestoga for more information.
Description: Glass Fusing is the art of using a kiln to join two pieces of glass together. In this introductory class, you will learn how to cut and assemble glass to be fused in the kiln. Kiln preparation, firing schedules, slumping techniques, glass compatibility and inclusions will be covered throughout the course. You will make several projects starting with a small learning piece to an 8" square or round plate of your own design. Other projects may include: a picture frame, candle base, coasters, jewellery, abstract hanging or suncatcher. Glass cutting experience is helpful, but basic glass cutting techniques will be demonstrated for those people new to glass work. Please allow an additional $75-$150 for tools and supplies.
|COMP1224||Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking
Description: Learn to use digital editing techniques to show off your photos and memorabilia in Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking! Using Photoshop Elements 11, 12, or 13, this course will teach you how to make the most of your scrapbooking talents and artistic ideas when you combine traditional and digital scrapbooking.
|GINT0140||Jewellery Making And Metalsmithing
Description: Have you wondered how jewellery is made or wanted to learn how to make it yourself? Learn how to use a jeweller's saw, acetylene torch, rolling mill and other traditional jewellery making tools to make pendants, rings earrings, and bracelets of your own design! Several techniques are covered in each class and approximately 6-10 jewellery pieces will be completed. This class is a fun and professional introduction to jewellery making that prepares you to continue creating complicated jewellery pieces with confidence. 15 grams of silver along with unlimited copper and brass are included. Class sizes are small, so register early.
|OLRN1055||Philosophy of Art Concepts and Theories
Description: This course will introduce the student to mimetic theories in philosophy of art. The course is designed as an introduction to the concepts of art, aesthetics, nature and experience as the subject of artworks, and the place of art in life and society.
Description: Learn the basics in the art of Tiffany Style glass work. Topics of study will include: history, pattern making, cutting, copper foiling, soldering and assembling. Students will make several projects which may include a small window and will gain experience creating suncatchers, three dimensional projects, lampshades and window panels with ease and confidence. Please allow an additional $75-$150 on supplies (depending on the amount and quality of supplies chosen).Please bring safety glasses to class. Do not take this class if you are pregnant. Be prepared to spend an additional $75-150 on supplies - depending on the amount and quality of supplies chosen. Course held at Breslau Art Class - 88 Woolwich Street, Breslau.
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