The Albany Museum of Art offers programs for adults, children, and teens throughout the year. Learn a new skill or refresh your existing knowledge from experienced teaching artists and staff. Explore your creative self—right in your own backyard.
Classes and Workshops
Figure Drawing Class
Thursday, April 20 at 6 PM
ASU West Humanities Building F, Room 117
The AMA will offer a live model drawing class, giving participants the opportunity to draw from a nude model in a variety of short and long poses. Bring your own drawing materials, boards or easels and chairs will be provided. This independent class structure is only $5 for students, $10 for members and $15 for non-members! This class can only accomodate 10 people.
For more information:
or all 229-439-8400.
Abstract Acrylic Class with Alternative Techniques
Saturday, May 20 from 10 AM until 1 PM
This class offers an exciting approach to abstract or intuitive painting. Perfect for a beginner or a more moderately skilled painter looking to learn some new techniques, anyone can enjoy this studio workshop. Participants will work on gessoed paper and play with loose washes and surface treatments, then build up to heavier paint application. These methods can lend themselves to abstraction or representational work. Students will review the elements of a well-planned painting: color; value; focal point; and responsive painting.
The class will meet at Thronateeska Heritage Center
located at 100 W. Roosevelt in the History Museum.
Students are responsible for providing all materials.
SEE THE SUPPLY LIST
Cost is $40 for members and $50 nonmembers.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 229-439-8400.