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  • Instructor Name
    Matt Radtke
    Ages
    18+
    Room Number
    119
    Member Price
    $60
    Non-Member Price
    $85

    The Woodturning Co-op provides access to the woodturning workshop during non-class times. Co-op members should be of sufficient safety and technical development to work independently. For more information please contact matt.radtke@gmail.com. Lab fee of $20 is due to the coordinator at first meeting. Woodturning Co-op registration must be a renewal or pre-approved by Matt Radtke. Participants may meet Monday through friday 9:00AM - 9:00PM, Saturday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, unless a class is taking place. Please check schedule before arrival.

  • Instructor Name
    Susan Jurow
    Ages
    18+
    Room Number
    214
    Member Price
    $75
    Non-Member Price
    $100

    The Wednesday Morning Figure Co-op offers the opportunity to do studies from life, working with experienced nude figure models. Three-hour sessions typically begin with a few short gesture poses before the model takes one or two long poses for concentrated study. No critique or instruction is provided. Co-op members with diverse levels of artistic background bring drawing or painting materials of their choice and work independently in a relaxed, collegial atmosphere. Easels, workbenches and tables are provided. A modest model fee, typically $7-10, is collected at each three-hour session. Individuals registered for any of the three Maryland Hall drawing/painting co-ops are welcome to attend sessions of the other two (Wednesday morning figure/Thursday evening figure/Friday morning portrait) by paying the model fee for sessions they attend. Both portrait and figure work are displayed in the lower level alcove gallery on a continuing basis. For more information, please contact Susan Jurow at srjurow@gmail.com. No Co-op on Oct 5 and Nov 23.

  • Instructor Name
    Louise Wallendorf
    Ages
    18+
    Room Number
    214
    Member Price
    $75
    Non-Member Price
    $100

    The Thursday Evening Figure Co-op offers the opportunity to study from life, working with experienced nude figure models. No critique or instruction is provided. Co-op members with diverse levels of artistic background, bring drawing or painting materials of their choice and the ability to work independently in a relaxed, collegial atmosphere. Easels, work benches and tables are provided. Three-hour sessions begin with a few gesture poses followed by one long pose for concentrated study in the changing evening light. Occasionally a gestures only session is held, by agreement of enrolled artists. A modest model fee, $7-$10, is collected at each session for 3 hours of work with experienced figure models. It is the practice that people registered for any of the three Maryland Hall drawing/painting co-ops (Wednesday morning figure/Thursday evening figure/Friday morning portrait) are welcome to attend sessions of the other two co-ops by paying the model fee for sessions they attend. Both portrait and figure work are displayed in the lower level alcove gallery on a continuing basis. For more information, please contact Louise Wallendorf at lawfineart@gmail.com. No co-op November 24.

  • Instructor Name
    Sandy Cohen
    Ages
    18+
    Room Number
    214
    Member Price
    $75
    Non-Member Price
    $100

    The Portrait Co-op provides opportunity to work independently from live portrait models in a relaxed, collegial environment. Meeting on Friday mornings, we bring to the studio professional models as well as subjects new to posing. Our models may occasionally be asked to return to their pose for more than one session to enable portrait studies to progress toward completion while working from life. Co-op members bring a diverse level of artistic backgrounds with the ability to work independently, as these workshops do not include instruction. Members work at their own pace, drawing or painting with materials of their preference. Monitoring of portrait studio sessions may occasionally be alternated among experienced members. The usual model fee paid by attendees is a modest $7-$10 per 3-hour session. People registered for any of the three Maryland Hall drawing/painting co-ops are welcome to attend sessions of the other two co-ops (morning figure/evening figure/morning portrait) by paying the model fee for sessions they attend. Artwork from portrait and figure co-ops is displayed in the lower level alcove gallery at Maryland Hall on a continuing basis. For more information, please contact Sandy Cohen at sjcportraits@gmail.com.