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Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
T: 561.392.2500 F: 561.391.6410
Email: info@bocamuseum.org

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Hours:
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Thurs
Saturday & Sunday
Mondays & holidays


10AM - 5PM
10AM - 8PM
NOON - 5PM
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CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE 2015 CLASS CATALOG

2015 SCHOOL CALENDAR
TERM START END LENGTH CLOSED
Term 1 09/08/15 10/28/15 7 weeks 09/07, 09/23 & no evening classes 09/22 
Term 1A 09/28/15 10/24/15 4 weeks  
Term 2 10/26/15 12/1915 8weeks 11/26 through 11/28 
Term 2A 10/26/15 11/21/15 4 weeks  

 

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Term T1A
Tuesday, 9:00 AM - NOON
Course Length: 4 weeks, Starts September 29, 2015
Instructor: Barbara Brown
Price: $165
Material Fee: $25

Learn skills depicting the human form in three dimensions from a live nude model. Discover the advantages of working with clay and gain knowledge of sculptural concepts and basic anatomy. Students may work in a traditional direct observation manner or incorporate other forms to express their own personality in the sculpture.
Term T2
Tuesday, 9:00 AM - NOON
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts October 27, 2015
Instructor: Barbara Brown
Price: $325
Material Fee: $50

Learn skills depicting the human form in three dimensions from a live nude model. Discover the advantages of working with clay and gain knowledge of sculptural concepts and basic anatomy. Students may work in a traditional direct observation manner or incorporate other forms to express their own personality in the sculpture.
Term Workshop
Monday - Thursday, 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 1 weeks, Starts the week of August 17, 2015
Instructor: Miles Laventhall
Price: $475

Awaken your creative senses and fearlessly explore the nude form. Figure study is part of the picture... what's the mood, the time, the setting? The concept of figure can be "woven" into landscape and abstraction, forming a powerful narrative. Skillful use of light, color, texture, traditional and alternative painting, palette knife techniques, and the possibility of combining found materials, are the core of our study. Daily slide presentations of historic and modern masters offer a reference to jump start your creativity. A variety of acrylic paints and gels are provided, though you may work in the media of your choice.

Term T1
Monday, 9:00 AM - Noon
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts September 14, 2015
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: $260
Lab Fee: $30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.

Term T2
Monday, 9:00 AM - Noon
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts October 26, 2015
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: $325
Lab Fee: $50

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.
Term T1
Monday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts September 14, 2015
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: $260
Lab Fee: $30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.

Term T2
Monday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts October 26, 2015
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: $325
Lab Fee: $50

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.
Term T1
Tuesday, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts September 08, 2015
Instructor: Ry Nielsen
Price: $300
Lab Fee: $45

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.
Term T2
Tuesday, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts October 27, 2015
Instructor: Ry Nielsen
Price: $325
Lab Fee: $50

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.
Term T1
Saturday, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts September 12, 2015
Instructor: Ry Nielsen
Price: $305
Lab Fee: $45

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.
Term T2
Saturday, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts October 31, 2015
Instructor: Ry Nielsen
Price: $305
Lab Fee: $45

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.
Term T1
Tuesday, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts September 08, 2015
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: $260
Lab Fee: $30

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.
Term T2
Tuesday, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts October 27, 2015
Instructor: Catalina Aguirre Hoffman
Price: $325
Lab Fee: $45

Learn the fundamentals of pottery and clay sculpture. Explore hand building techniques such as slab, coil, and modeling as well as the use of a potterÍs wheel to create decorative and functional objects such as bowls, platters, plates, and cups. Students may also create sculptural and figurative pieces using these techniques. Explore surface design using glazes, underglazes, sgraffito, and slips to enrich the forms.
Term T1
Wednesday, 9:00 AM - NOON
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts September 09, 2015
Instructor: Eydi Lampasona
Price: $245

In an atmosphere of experimentation, students are exposed to a myriad of techniques and a variety of materials from metal to gossamer. By combining several media, students learn countless methods of two and three dimensional applications and layering processes.
Term T2
Wednesday, 9:00 AM - NOON
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts October 28, 2015
Instructor: Eydi Lampasona
Price: $320

In an atmosphere of experimentation, students are exposed to a myriad of techniques and a variety of materials from metal to gossamer. By combining several media, students learn countless methods of two and three dimensional applications and layering processes.
Term T1
Wednesday, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 6 weeks, Starts September 09, 2015
Instructor: Eydi Lampasona
Price: $245

In an atmosphere of experimentation, students are exposed to a myriad of techniques and a variety of materials from metal to gossamer. By combining several media, students learn countless methods of two and three dimensional applications and layering processes.
Term T2
Wednesday, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 8 weeks, Starts October 28, 2015
Instructor: Eydi Lampasona
Price: $320

In an atmosphere of experimentation, students are exposed to a myriad of techniques and a variety of materials from metal to gossamer. By combining several media, students learn countless methods of two and three dimensional applications and layering processes.
Term T1
Thursday, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts September 10, 2015
Instructor: Eydi Lampasona
Price: $295

Learn easy reductive printing, direct painting, chine colle (collage) methods, and various relief techniques available in collagraphs. Mono-printing permits quick experimentation creating unique finished artwork or studies for later paintings. Students work with water-based oil paints to ensure a non-toxic environment. Begin creating beautiful prints ready for display in just one class session!
Term T2
Thursday, 12:30 - 3:30 PM
Course Length: 7 weeks, Starts October 29, 2015
Instructor: Eydi Lampasona
Price: $295

Learn easy reductive printing, direct painting, chine colle (collage) methods, and various relief techniques available in collagraphs. Mono-printing permits quick experimentation creating unique finished artwork or studies for later paintings. Students work with water-based oil paints to ensure a non-toxic environment. Begin creating beautiful prints ready for display in just one class session!
Term T1A
Wednesday, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Course Length: 4 weeks, Starts September 30, 2015
Instructor: Ron Garrett
Price: $135
Material Fee: $20

Explore print making using easy to carve linoleum blocks to create original graphic images that can be printed as artwork or as greeting cards. Learn the effects of printing on different types of papers and how to make color prints.
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