Art After Hours
5:30 – 7 PM
Recommended for ages 21+
Join us for a creative, virtual happy hour! Explore topics, techniques and themes in fine art through a series of monthly, art-making workshops. Classes are led by museum educators on Zoom and designed for all skill levels – whether you are a beginner or a seasoned artist. Art materials are included with the cost of registration and can be picked-up from the museum, shipped through USPS, or couriered locally via Uber Connect!*
$20 per class
Members: $15 per class
Members save on all Creativity Center programs! Not a member? Join today.
INSIDE THE ART MATERIALS PACKAGE
• Daily activities and lesson plans
• Art supplies selected and clearly marked for each day’s project
• A unique ZOOM Classroom meeting number and password with detailed log-in instructions
• A branded Bass Museum of Art sketchbook (while supplies last)
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO PARTICIPATE
• Internet access
• An internet-connected device with audio and video capabilities, such as a computer, iPad or tablet
• A ZOOM username and password – sign up for a FREE account at zoom.us
Space is limited and classes fill quickly. Registration includes access to weekly Zoom classes and packaged art materials. To receive your materials:
• Pick-up in person from the museum*
• Have them shipped for an additional fee, per student**
• Request contactless courier service for local orders***
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR
Education Program Manager, The Bass
Lisa Quinn has had a lifelong passion for art education and has acquired over 14 years of experience in museum education practices and studio art education in New York City and Miami. Ms. Quinn is committed to exposing the benefits of arts exposure to all ages, and has been with the museum since March 2016.REGISTER NOW
→Thursday, March 18
Methods in Portraiture
Learn various approaches to portraiture, including realistic, conceptual, and expressionistic and create a portrait unique to your personal aesthetic.
→Thursday, April 15
Learn how to manipulate clay using sculptural techniques, including carving and molding from simple clay forms.
→Thursday, May 20
In the spirit of the way Felix Gonzalez-Torres found his materials, we will be using readily available and mass-produced magazines and a variety of surfaces and textures, to explore color theory and the art of paper cutting.
*Materials can be picked-up from the museum, Monday through Friday, 12-4 PM starting September 14, 2020, at the Creativity Center entrance located at 2121 Park Avenue.
**We use USPS Priority 2-Day Flat-Rate Large Box Shipping. Orders for shipping are only available to the contiguous 48 states.
***Local orders may be eligible for contactless courier service through Uber Connect, subject to additional fees. Price varies based on distance from the museum and cannot be arranged online. If looking for courier service, select ‘in-person’ as the delivery option and call Lisa Quinn at 786.477.6003 or email [email protected] to arrange.
MUSEUM PROGRAM POLICY
The Museum reserves the right to cancel a class at any time due to insufficient enrollment and to substitute instructors without notice. In the event that we must cancel, we will issue a refund.
All Bass programs are organized for educational purposes and offer activities to everyone without regard to race, religion, national origin or sexual preference. Students, parents and registrants must respect the rights of each other and staff or they will be asked to leave the class and forfeit tuition.
Refunds may be issued prior to the start of the program and are subject to a $25 processing fee in some instances. Registration fees will not be returned for failure to attend without notice. Once art materials are picked up, they may not be returned and a refund cannot be issued.
Exchanges within the same semester may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Please call 786-477-6003 or email [email protected] to talk through your individual situation so we can try to find a class that works for you.
Art After Hours is supported in part by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Berkowitz Contemporary Foundation.