Online: Art & Critique - Critical and Contextual Studies in Art Practice
JANUARY 25, FEBRUARY 22, MARCH 21 & APRIL 25
(Online)Regular price $120.00
TOTAL COST: $120
Course Fee: $120
Materials: Materials provided by students. See Supply Information below.
DATES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, FEBRUARY 22, MARCH 31 & APRIL 25, 2024
TIME: 6:00PM – 8:00PM PT
LEVEL: Beginner to Advanced
AGE GROUP: Adult (ages 18+)
LOCATION: Online via Zoom
In this class you will bring your work to an online meeting once a month over a period of four months. You will share your work and what you are trying to do, and receive and offer critique in a supportive environment. In between classes you will be tasked with working on your pieces and having fresh work to show to your group at the next class. In response to your work, instructor Soo Hong will present references, images, and artists that relate to your artwork that will help you take your work to the next level. Over this four-month long class you will have opportunity to work one-on-one with the instructor alongside the group sessions. Before each class you will upload your project ideas and images of your work in process or finished work on our class Padlet.
You will supply everything you need to make your own art.
After registration, course details are available via the Northwind Art School learning portal, including Zoom links for online courses. A stable internet connection provides the best experience. Learn more
Soo Hong is an abstract painter whose work explores issues surrounding cultural identity. Having lived and exhibited in places around the world, including, London, Shanghai, her native South Korea, and now the U.S., her experience of varying cultural norms and expectations has precipitated her observational practice. Her work serves as a visual record of her fluid thoughts around negotiating the relationship to her current environment with its inherent traditions and societal agreements. Her paintings represent an unbound freedom of expression released of any formal adherence to a determined identity. An observer of both philosophical and quotidian moments, she finds joy in the unique opportunities that surround her. Free from burdensome suppositions, Soo delights in the possibility of each moment and her paintings contain a disarming sense of play and potential.
Artist website: Soo Hong, @soohongartist
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