Summer Visual Arts Course | Introduction to Painting

VIAR S3210D
3 points
Session 1 (May 23-July 1), TW, R: 5:30-8:00
Instructor: Cameron Welch

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This is an intensive, six-week painting course moving from the basics of paint materials, techniques, issues of color, light, narrative and most of all representation. Students will begin working from still life set-ups in the studio and gradually move towards more ambitious approaches including figure painting from a model. Towards the end of the class students will be encouraged to work on a project or projects that more closely reflect their personal ideas.
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Tuition & Fees
 
The 2016 rate for current degree seeking students and visiting students is $1630 per point. Students enrolled in postbaccalaureate and certification programs can review tuition and fees here.

Materials Fee: $80
 
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For questions about School of the Arts summer courses, including those concerning admissions, registration, and billing, please contact the School of Professional Studies summer team at sps-info@columbia.edu, or 212-854-9666. With questions about specific course content, please contact Visual Arts Departmental Representative for Drawing & Painting Gregory Amenoff at gaa9@columbia.edu.

About the Instructor
 
 
Cameron Welch (b. 1990) is from Indianapolis, IN. In 2013 he received his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He will receive his MFA from Columbia University School of the Arts in 2016.  
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