The Kewaunee Academy of Fine Arts (KAFA) will offer a variety of workshops and programs for the 2011 season.
Saturday, May 14 from 10 am – 1 pm, Mark Zelten, a KAFA graduate, will lead a free “Figure Drawing Class.” A limited supply of easels and drawing horses will be available; all skills are encouraged and welcomed to attend.
Zelten will also teach “Drawing the Portrait in Charcoal on Toned Paper” on Saturday, June 11 and Sunday, June 12. The three-hour sessions will cost $150.
KAFA will also host a “Youth Summer Art Program” for students ages 12 and up every other Monday from June 27 to August 22. Led by Bonnie Paruch, the program will take place from 10 am – 3 pm and cost $250. Throughout the season, a variety of classes will be offered, including an introduction to drawing from life and creating self-portraits.
Adults will also have opportunities to enhance their artistic skills with two, four-week sessions – the first taking place from June 14 – July 9 and the second from July 19 – August 13. The fee for a session is $550 or $1,000 for both. The sessions will include working from a live model with instruction, individual project work with critique, and facility available to the students throughout the week.
Kewaunee Academy of Fine Art is located at 77 Steele Street in Algoma. For more information, call 920.487.7220 or visit http://www.kewauneeacademy.com.