SAI Drawing Intensive
Artwork by SAI Instructor, Klara Glosova
Join the Studio Arts Intensive (SAI) program for a three-day trial to see if this program is the right fit for you.
Just four spots left for this unique opportunity!
Study with Instructor Klara Glosova during the introductory week of this seven month, part-time, portfolio building program:
Tuesday – Thursday, September 4 – 6, 2018
9:30am-4:30pm (12:30pm-1:30pm lunch)
Gage Capitol Hill, 1501 10th Ave E.
What is the Studio Arts Intensive?
SAI is a unique program not only to Gage, but in the Pacific Northwest. The program is comprised of several classes with ten different instructors in Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Art History, and Studio Practice. SAI is intended to be broad across mediums and practices as well as inclusive of multiple perspectives. SAI is multi-generational and is open to all students backgrounds. This pathway program delivers almost 500 hours of studio based classes and daily, individual support from the instructors. More >>
What do our Alumni have to say about the Studio Arts Intensive? Find out HERE.
If you’re planning to enroll for the full academic year, please review the student agreement paperwork. (Not required for one week trial.)
Instructor Klara Glosova — “The class will start with a three-day drawing intensive. The purpose of this introductory studio course will be mainly exploratory; to see what level you are working at and to jumpstart the flow of your creative juices. Be prepared to start with a bang, we will be drawing for six hours each day!
For those continuing on after the first week, we will meet on weekly basis for a seminar-style class. We will discuss how your own artistic practice and interests fit within larger art historical frameworks. We will visit exhibitions, meet with local curators and visit artist studios. We will learn about current trends in contemporary art both locally and worldwide. Towards the end of the winter session, the focus will shift to the development of your portfolio and/or cohesive body of work. I will work with each student individually in any chosen media, and guide their projects towards completion and the final exhibition.”
Tuesday through Thursday
9:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
All Levels Welcome
Gage Capitol Hill
Drawing Paper, Blick Studio drawing pad, 18”x24” or similar, no newsprint
Watercolor Paper, Canson Montval pad or similar, 18”x24”
Drawing Pencil, 6B
Charcoal, vine & compressed
Eraser, Blick art gum or similar
India Ink, Speedball or similar
Round brushes for ink (various sizes: #s 4-10), #6, & #10 , plus some larger flats
Optional: basic (primary) watercolors, gouache or any water-based paint