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Monday - Friday, Jul 24 - 28 | 9am-4pm
ages 9-12 | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-CAMP-2053
5 sessions | 35 contact hours | tuition $490 | lab fee $20


Description

We are going to get spaced out! Daily trips to innovative spaces around the RISD campus and nearby downtown Providence provide inspiration through the varied historical and contemporary examples of architecture and landscape. Back in the studio, you'll develop ideas, plans, drawings and scaled-down models for playhouses, forts and other personalized fantasy spaces. You'll discover how to manipulate space, materials and style through exercises that focus on drawing and thinking, and through demonstrations of the properties of assorted materials.


Instructor
  • Name: Adam Ferbert (Bio)
Course Details

Thursdays, Jun 29 - Aug 3 | 6:30-9:30pm
ages 13-17 | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-TEEN-2186
6 sessions | 18 contact hours | tuition $320 | lab fee $15


Description

Here's your chance to learn the fundamentals of garment construction while deconstructing and reconstructing a garment of your choice. By using new fabrics and design changes, you can transform the old garment into a totally new look. Through pattern drafting, draping using the mannequin, and various hand and machine sewing techniques, you'll select a fabric and move on to sewing the original design created in class. The course also includes a continuing discussion of design, styles, trends and couture. Note: Some sewing knowledge is helpful, but not necessary.

Applies to: AT, Y3


Instructor
  • Name: Candace French (Bio)
Course Details

Monday - Friday, Jul 24 - Aug 4 | 1-4pm
ages 13-17 | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-TEEN-2186-02
10 sessions | 30 contact hours | tuition $490 | lab fee $20


Description

Here's your chance to learn the fundamentals of garment construction while deconstructing and reconstructing a garment of your choice. By using new fabrics and design changes, you can transform the old garment into a totally new look. Through pattern drafting, draping using the mannequin, and various hand and machine sewing techniques, you'll select a fabric and move on to sewing the original design created in class. The course also includes a continuing discussion of design, styles, trends and couture. Note: Some sewing knowledge is helpful, but not necessary.

Applies to: AT, Y3


Instructor
  • Name: Candace French (Bio)
Course Details

Monday - Friday, Jul 10 - 21 | 9am-12pm
ages 13-17 | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-TEEN-3757
10 sessions | 30 contact hours | tuition $490 | lab fee $20


Description

Central to the design of a fashion collection is the investigation of innovative materials and textiles that nowadays define the uniqueness of a style and, more and more often, provide the initial inspiration behind a whole fashion collection. In this course, we explore the world of innovative materials in order to push creativity to its limits. Students create a personal project, beginning with a mood board and fashion sketch and ending with a complete garment made of non-traditional materials, while learning some basic construction techniques. The course culminates with an informal fashion show for parents and friends. Note: Previous sewing or patternmaking experience is not required.

Applies to: AT, Y3


Instructor
  • Name: Pat Ubaldi Nurnberger (Bio)
Course Details

Thursdays, Jun 22 - Jul 27 | 6:30-9:30pm
ages 18+ | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-PHO-1694
6 sessions | 18 contact hours | tuition $345 | lab fee $40


Description

Fashion photography might well be called "fashionable photography," because the images change as trends fall in and out of favor. This is partly due to photographers being charged with shooting models and personalities with high styling and high concept. This advanced course introduces students to an ironically disproportionate area of the photography canon as they work in the studio and on location to capture photos that highlight design and human beauty. Students practice lighting and compositional "eye" while cultivating a greater appreciation for the design rules underlying all photographic endeavor. Genre specific lessons such as styling, rights and releases and shooter/subject rapport are also discussed. Group critique and guided self-assessment help students to become more artful and marketable photographers.

Applies to: AN-E, PG-E

Prerequisites: Photography: Introduction and Studio Lighting


Instructor
  • Name: Matt Francis (Bio)
Course Details

Monday - Friday, Jul 24 - 28 | 1-4pm
ages 13-17 | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-TEEN-2916-02
5 sessions | 15 contact hours | tuition $270 | lab fee $10 | model fee $30


Description

Learn about composition and proportion as you study the techniques necessary to interpret the human form and anatomy. Working with live models, you'll explore a range of drawing materials, use a variety of skill building exercises, and develop a foundation of strategies for creating expressive works of figurative art. Note: This course uses nude models.

Applies to: AT, Y2


Instructor
  • Name: Tiffany Mendez (Bio)
Course Details

Monday - Friday, Jul 17 - 21 | 1-4pm
ages 13-17 | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-TEEN-2916
5 sessions | 15 contact hours | tuition $270 | lab fee $10 | model fee $30


Description

Learn about composition and proportion as you study the techniques necessary to interpret the human form and anatomy. Working with live models, you'll explore a range of drawing materials, use a variety of skill building exercises, and develop a foundation of strategies for creating expressive works of figurative art. Note: This course uses nude models.

Applies to: AT, Y2


Instructor
  • Name: Heather Cronin (Bio)
Course Details

Tuesdays, Jul 11 - 25 | 6:30-9:30pm
ages 18+ | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-PHO-1697
3 sessions | 9 contact hours | tuition $185 | lab fee $20


Description

Light matters if you are a photographer. If there is none then you must bring your own, so a camera synced flash is a necessity. This workshop introduces you to this equipment "must have" and how to take full advantage of it. Lessons include essential flash anatomy, decoded equations of sync speed, exposure calculation using your guide and flash/ambient ratios. Students engage in aesthetic experiments using diffusion, filters and continuous light sources. Through lecture and demonstration, creating a timeless picture is revealed to be a delicate relationship between a knowledgeable photographer and dependable gear.

Applies to: AN-E, GR-E, IT-E, PG-E


Instructor
  • Name: Brittany McGuire (Bio)
Course Details

Sunday, Jul 23 | 10am-4pm
ages 18+ | RISD Campus | 2017/SE-PHO-1675
1 session | 6 contact hours | tuition $130


Description

Imagine that you have contracted with a couple to photograph their wedding. Writing the terms for a contract is as important as your choice of Canon vs. Nikon. The design of your photographic business is as critical to your success as any of your artistic or technical choices; this class shows you where to start. The presenter reveals the need for contracts, insurance, promotion and marketing strategies. Attention is paid to taxes, including suggestions for accounting tools and services and their native vocabulary. The class provides you with a running start as you consider the challenges inherent in running a photographic business.

Applies to: PG-E


Instructor
  • Name: Joseph Carreiro Jr. (Bio)
Course Details

Tuesdays, Apr 25 - May 30 | 6:30-9:30pm
ages 18+ | Off-Campus | 2017/CS-FOUND-0364 ( Class has Started )
6 sessions | 18 contact hours | tuition $345


Description

Drawing is the cornerstone for all other visual arts disciplines. As a visual language, it becomes the means by which you can begin to explore your own objectives for personal expression. In this course, you'll get a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of freehand drawing; representation of objects and natural forms; problems of analysis, response, perception and composition; and technical standards. This course is designed as the key building block for establishing a working knowledge of spatial organization and visual problem solving. All aspects of the course will be supported by dynamic classroom lectures, drawing demonstrations and visual aids (handouts, slides and books). Throughout the term, there will be in-class critiques and designated homework assignments, as well as some in-class exercises. Students will draw using various artistic media. Note: You can expect to buy art supplies for this course. A supply list will accompany your registration statement.

Note: This course is held at the Westerly Education Center.



Instructor
  • Name: Michael Peery (Bio)