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ADULT WEDNESDAY Session 2 - 5 weeks
ADULT WEDNESDAY - 5 Week Courses: May 7-June 4, 2014

2PM-5PM
- The Art of Drawing

7PM-10PM
- Figure Sculpture
- Etching

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ADULT MONDAY - 10 weeks
ADULT MONDAY (10 Weeks) March 31-June 16, 2014

10AM-1PM
- Intro to Printmaking
- Intro to Painting
- Advance Painting

2PM-5PM
- Life Drawing
- Intro to Painting
- Intro to Drawing

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ADULT MONDAY Session 1 - 5 weeks
ADULT MONDAY-5 Week Courses March 31-May 5, 2014

10AM-1PM:
- Landscape Painting

2PM-5PM:
- Intro to Sculpture

7PM-10PM:
- Landscape Painting
- Intro to Sculpture
- Colour Harmony
- Advanced Abstract

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ADULT MONDAY Session 2 - 5 Weeks
ADULT MONDAY - 5 Week Courses: May 12-June 16, 2014

2PM-5PM
- Intro to Photography
- Figure Sculpture
- Beginner Abstract Art

7PM-10PM
- Printing Relief
- Portrait Photography
- Portrait Painting
- Advanced Abstract

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ADULT TUESDAY - 10 weeks
ADULT TUESDAY - 10 Week Courses: April 1-June 3, 2014

7PM-10PM
- Life Drawing
- Intro to Printmaking
- Intro to Painting
- Advanced Painting

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ADULT TUESDAY Session 1 - 5 weeks
ADULT TUESDAY - 5 Week Course: April 1-29, 2014

10AM-1PM
- Life Photography

This is a workshop for those interested in photographing the nude using a combination of natural light and studio light. Students will work both collaboratively and independently in directing the model and choosing lighting. They will be encouraged to come to class with references from which to shoot.
Students are required to bring their own cameras and tripods for each class.



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ADULT TUESDAY Session 2 - 5 weeks
ADULT TUESDAY - 5 Week Courses: May 6-June 3, 2014

10AM-1PM
- Life Photography


This is a workshop for those interested in photographing the nude using a combination of natural light and studio light. Students will work both collaboratively and independently in directing the model and choosing lighting. They will be encouraged to come to class with references from which to shoot.
Students are required to bring their own cameras and tripods for each class.

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ADULT WEDNESDAY Session 1 - 5 weeks
ADULT WEDNESDAY - 5 Week Courses: April 2-30

7PM-10PM
- Intro to Everything

Not sure which process is right for you? Here’s your chance to experiment and play in the studio! Inspired by themes in the AGO’s collections and exhibitions, each week students will explore a different artmaking technique. From printmaking to painting to drawing and sculpture (and more), this is the ultimate crash course in studio sampling. Includes the cost of most materials.


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ADULT WEDNESDAY - 10 weeks
ADULT WEDNESDAY - 10 Week Courses: April 2-June 4, 2014

7PM-10PM
- Intro to Drawing
- Advanced Drawing/Painting the Figure

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ADULT WEDNESDAY Session 3 - 5 weeks
INTRO TO PHOTOGRAPHY
Wednesdays, April 9 - May 7: 7-10pm

"Learn to become creative with your camera. This class is an introduction to digital photography. Students can expect to learn how to make a correct exposure, shoot in challenging lighting situations and make strong compositions. This class is for beginners and those wishing to transition successfully from film to digital cameras, suitable for photographers with knowledge of basic skills. Students are required to bring their own cameras for each class, and be familar with operating them. While students are welcome to bring their camera manuals to class for instructional assistance; camera operation is not the focus of the course. "

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Art and Ideas: Francis Bacon and Henry Moore 1
Art & Ideas: Francis Bacon and Henry Moore
Wednesdays, April 16 - 30, 7-9pm

"This discussion based workshop considers the works, influence, and legacy of painter Francis Bacon (1909-1992) and sculptor Henry Moore (1898-1986), along with the art and culture of postwar England. Presented in association with the exhibition Francis Bacon and Henry Moore, on view April 5 –July 6, 2014. "

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Art and Ideas: Francis Bacon and Henry Moore 2
Art & Ideas: Francis Bacon and Henry Moore
Wednesdays, May 7 - 21, 7-9pm

"This discussion based workshop considers the works, influence, and legacy of painter Francis Bacon (1909-1992) and sculptor Henry Moore (1898-1986), along with the art and culture of postwar England. Presented in association with the exhibition Francis Bacon and Henry Moore, on view April 5 –July 6, 2014. "

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ART AS THERAPY - John Armstrong
NEW! Art & Ideas: Art as Therapy with John Armstrong
Thursday, May 1, 2 - 5 pm (One day only)
Members $50 | Public $70

Art As Therapy is both a new book and a series of exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Rijksmuseum, and the National Gallery of Victoria that reframe and recontextualize art works from across the ages and genres, so that they can be approached as tools for the resolution of difficult issues in individual life. In this workshop, author and art historian John Armstrong will discuss the origins of the project, as well as the works he and co-author Alain de Botton have chosen to include from the AGO's collection.

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ARTISTS BOOKS, ZINE WORKSHOP 2
Artists, Books and Zine
Mondays, May 12-June 16, 10am-1pm

How can a book be an artwork? How is a book physically made? This workshop introduces students to the traditions of artist’s books and ‘zines and basic book-making techniques like simple binding, assembly, and photocopy printing. Students will produce/bind their own sketchbook or notebook, their own photocopied zine, and a unique accordion-fold publication. The workshop will also include a visit to view the artists' books and multiples in the AGO’s E.P. Taylor Research Library and Archives. Price includes cost of most materials.

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CONTEMPLATIVE ARTS
Art and Ideas: Contemplative Art s
Mondays, May 12-June 16, 10am - 1pm (5 weeks)

This process oriented workshop will include writing, drawing and photography and combines short guided meditations with experimental exercises oriented towardsexpanding an existing creative practice.
Suitable for artists working with creative blocks or simply experimenting with something raw. The focus of this workshop will be on stilling the mind in order to wake the senses so as to work intuitively rather than conceptually.

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DRAWING. DRINKS 1 Spring
Drawing. Drinks. Wednesdays in the galleries
April 2-30, 6-8:30pm (5 Weeks)

Learn to draw, or improve your drawing skills in the galleries of the AGO. Explore a variety of drawing techniques using original paintings, sculptures and installations in the AGO collections as starting points, Artist-instructors will demonstrate techniques and concepts and lead the group through exercises geared toward deepening your understanding of works of art and the evolution of imagery. Both new and repeat students are welcome. Each class wraps up in the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Galleria Italia cafe over drinks or gelato. Cash bar. Bring your own supplies: An 11X14"" coil-bound sketchbook, a set of soft pencils (B through 9B, or one each of 2B, 4B, 6B, 8B), a knead-able eraser and a white vinyl eraser, a set of 24 watercolour pencils, a self-contained pencil sharpener.

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DRAWING. DRINKS 2 Spring
Drawing. Drinks. Wednesdays in the galleries
May 7-June 4, 6 – 8:30pm (5 weeks)

Learn to draw, or improve your drawing skills in the galleries of the AGO. Explore a variety of drawing techniques using original paintings, sculptures and installations in the AGO collections as starting points, Artist-instructors will demonstrate techniques and concepts and lead the group through exercises geared toward deepening your understanding of works of art and the evolution of imagery. Both new and repeat students are welcome. Each class wraps up in the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Galleria Italia cafe over drinks or gelato. Cash bar. Bring your own supplies: An 11X14"" coil-bound sketchbook, a set of soft pencils (B through 9B, or one each of 2B, 4B, 6B, 8B), a knead-able eraser and a white vinyl eraser, a set of 24 watercolour pencils, a self-contained pencil sharpener.

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HAND OF THE MASTER: Drawing
ADULT THURSDAY

Hand of The Master (Drawing in the P&D Centre)
April 3-May 1, 2014 (5 week session) 2-5pm

"Taking the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Marvin Gelber Prints and Drawing Centre as its inspiration, this drawing course gives participants the unique opportunity to view works that are rarely displayed. Students will warm up in the collections with a few exercises then convene in the Prints and Drawing Centre to make drawings after works in the extensive collection.Various drawing, watercolour, printmaking techniques will be observed and studied. This course is suitable for intermediate students or those who have some drawing ability. Students are asked to bring the following supplies: A 11X14"" coil-bound sketchbook, a set of soft pencils (B through 9B, or one each of 2B, 4B, 6B, 8B), a knead-able eraser and a white vinyl eraser, a set of 24 watercolour pencils, a self-contained pencil sharpener."


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IPAD ART 1
IPAD ART
Mondays, March 31-May 5: 2-5pm

Learn how to make art using your iPad! Using the AGO's collections and exhibitions as inspiration, explore this new artistic medium and learn techniques, such as layering, drawing and painting on the iPad. Students can bring their own iPads, or use one of the AGO's iPads.

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IPAD ART 2
IPAD ART
Wednesdays, May 7-June 4: 6-9pm

Learn how to make art using your iPad! Using the AGO's collections and exhibitions as inspiration, explore this new artistic medium and learn techniques, such as layering, drawing and painting on the iPad. Students can bring their own iPads, or use one of the AGO's iPads.

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LIFE DRAWING IN THE GALLERIES
Life Drawing in the Galleries
Thursdays, May 8-June 5, 2014 (5 weeks) 2-5pm

Discover the human form through observation and drawing, surrounded and inspired by master works in the AGO collection. This five week workshop focuses on an intuitive approach to life drawing through integration of perceptual and technical skills. Recognize bone, gesture, muscle, and skin. Professional life models will utilize a variety of poses. Through a combination of guided drawing practices, students will learn to draw with greater confidence and ease. Students are responsible for the purchase of their own materials. A material list will be provided on the first day of class.

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LOOKING THROUGH ART: Art & Medicine
Looking Through Art: Art and Medicine (5 Thursdays)
March 27, April 17, April 24, May 8, May 15, 6 - 9 pm

This course is great for art students at all levels who would like a deeper appreciation of anatomy. Through a combination of gallery led tours, talks with medical professionals, as well as guided drawing practice, students apply insights learned through observation to develop an empathetic approach to their gesture drawings and portraits. This course is offered both as an elective to University of Toronto medical students, and to anyone interested in honing their visual perception skills using visual art as a tool for self-reflection. Students are responsible for the purchase of their own materials. A material list will be provided on the first day of class.

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THE WRITING PROJECT 2 Spring
The Writing Project - Wednesdays, 2 -4:30pm (5 weeks) May 7-June 4

This writing workshop consists of four small-group sessions. Students will develop writing projects inspired by various works from the AGO's collection and temporary exhibits. Students will bring a short (one page maximum) piece of writing, polished or rough, to workshop the first class. Of interest to new and emerging poets, fiction and crafty writers, who seek to combine image and text.

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TRAVELLERS SKETCHBOOK 1Spring
Traveller's Sketchbook
Saturday April 5 - 26, 10:30am - 12:30pm (4 weeks)

Planning a vacation? Learn quick drawing and painting techniques in a range of media that will capture your favourite architectural or landscape details, or create an image of a street view or hillside as you explore new places. Instruction will take place outdoors in the AGO neighbourhood for direct observation. Students are expected to bring a sketchbook, pencils, watercoulour pencils and ink pens. A portable sitting stool is recommended. "

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TRAVELLERS SKETCHBOOK 2 Spring
Traveller's Sketchbook
Tuesdays, May 6-27, 10:30am - 12:30pm (4 weeks)

Planning a vacation? Learn quick drawing and painting techniques in a range of media that will capture your favourite architectural or landscape details, or create an image of a street view or hillside as you explore new places. Instruction will take place outdoors in the AGO neighbourhood for direct observation. Students are expected to bring a sketchbook, pencils, watercoulour pencils and ink pens. A portable sitting stool is recommended. "

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