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MassArt’s 


SUMMER FILM SCHOOL 


Learn from the indie pros! A unique, intensive, sequential four-week program working with 
acclaimed independent documentary filmmakers. Take the full four weeks and learn what might 
take more than a year otherwise, or take a single class or combination that fit your experience or 
needs. Residential option available in MassArt’s Artists Residences or new dorms located across 
the street from studio classrooms and one block from the Museum of Fine Arts. 


MassArt is proud to recognize faculty members Steve Maing and David Redmon and Ashley Sabin 
for making it into the dozen films selected for competition in this year’s World Documentary 
Competition of the Tribeca Film Festival, out of a record 5800 plus submissions festival wide! 


http://www.massart.edu/Continuing_Education/Summer_Film_School.html 


JUNE 4-29, 2012 


JUNE 4-8 
JUNE 11-14 
JUNE 18-22 
JUNE 25-29 


DOCUMENTARY VIDEO BOOT CAMP 

WITH DAVID TAMES 

1.5 credits « $705 

Full production experience in fast motion: project definition, 
project planning, camera, editing, and presentation with 

an introduction to context and history of independent 
documentary production. All levels. 


David Tamés has worked in documentary and narrative film 
for over 14 years as director, cinematographer, and editor. 
www.kino-eye.com 


THE DOCUMENTARY CAMERA 

WITH STEVE MAING 

1.5 credits * $705 

The camera tells the story: how something is framed and 
shot shapes the viewer's experience. Explore cinema- 
tography as it affects story. Basic camera knowledge or 
Documentary Video Boot Camp suggested. 


Steve Maing has worked in documentary and narrative as 
director, cinematographer, and editor. His new film, High 
Tech, Low Life, about a young Chinese blogger, was funded 
by the Independent Television Service and Sundance 
Documentary Fund and is premiering and competing in the 
2012 Tribeca Film Festival World Documentary Competition. 
Maing's films and projects have won awards and screened 
in festivals and on public television across the US. 
www.stephenmaing.com 


DOCUMENTARY VIDEO BOOT CAMP with David Tamés 

THE DOCUMENTARY CAMERA with Stephen Maing 

EDITING THE DOCUMENTARY with David Redmon and Ashley Sabin 
PRODUCING THE DOCUMENTARY with Julie Wang Mallozzi 


EDITING THE DOCUMENTARY 

WITH DAVID REDMON AND ASHLEY SABIN 

1.5 credits * $705 

Editing is like directing in post-production. Understanding 
editing is also a great way to be better prepared for and 
do a better job in production. Explore editing techniques 
and styles as they relate to documentary. Basic digital 
editing knowledge required. 


David Redmon and Ashley Sabin have produced, directed, 
edited and photographed six feature documentaries that 
have screened in festivals (Toronto, Sundance, SXSW, 
Documenta Madrid, Leeds, Hot Docs, Tribeca...), won awards, 
played theatrically and been broadcast throughout the 
world. Their new film, Downeast, about a lobster processing 
plant in Maine is also premiering and competing in the 2012 
Tribeca Film Festival World Documentary Competition. 
www.carnivalesquefilms.com 


PRODUCING THE DOCUMENTARY 

WITH JULIE MALLOZZI 

1.5 credits * $480 

Intensive prep for anyone serious about making their own 
documentary. Learn how the pros prepare for production: 
planning, writing, budgeting, fundraising. All levels. 


Julie Mallozzi is an independent filmmaker whose works 
have been screened at festivals and in theaters through- 
out the US and broadcast on PBS. She has also been a 
producer for a number of PBS programs. 
www.juliemallozzi.com 


WELCOME! 


Summer is the busiest season for Professional and Continuing Education. While MassArt’s 
full-time undergraduate program is taking its summer break, we are taking full advantage of 


access to all the great facilities that MassArt has to offer. 


In addition to many of our regular classes, we also get to offer classes that are not available at 
any other time of year. Try our four week film school working with independent documentary 
filmmakers. Take a mapping class for artists with cartographer and artist Marie Cieri. If you 
are an artist and want to hone some business acumen, join the Creative Continuum and work 
with faculty from Bentley University. Of course, there’s also glassblowing in June and metals 
classes, landscape painting and large format photography. 


And that’s just for starters. 


ANNE MARIE STEIN 


Dean, Professional and Continuing Education 


CALENDAR 
SUMMER 2012 


See page 4 for full course list. 


May 21 Summer Programs Begin 
July 3 No evening classes 


July 4 Independence Day, no classes 
September 5 Fall 2012 Classes Begin 
ON THE WEB 


The most current information on our classes can be found on the 
web. View course descriptions, schedules, faculty bios, policies, and 


much more. Register and pay for your classes online: MassArt.edu/ce. 


CONTINUING EDUCATION ONLINE COURSES 
MassArt is offering online classes this summer. See online courses 
in Studio for Interrelated Media, History of Art, and Liberal Arts. 


YOUTH PROGRAMS 


CREATIVE VACATION 
July 9-20, Grades 4-9 


SUMMER INTENSIVES 
July 9-20, Grades 10-12 


SUMMER STUDIOS 
Pre-College Summer Program 
July 23-August 18, Grades 11 and 12 


More information at MassArt.edu/youthprograms 


ART NEW ENGLAND WORKSHOPS IN BENNINGTON, VERMONT 
July 15-August 4 
More information at MassArt.edu/ane 


HOUSING HOUSING! 

Housing is available for anyone enrolled in a continuing education 
class during the summer semester. Rates start at $65 per night. 
Spaces are limited and early reservation is encouraged. For more 
information, please contact the Continuing Education Office at 
ce@massart.edu or call (617) 879-7200. 


MORE INFORMATION 

Professional and Continuing Education 
Massachusetts College of Art and Design 

Artists’ Residence 

600 Rear Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115 USA 


Telephone: (617) 879-7200 »* Fax: (617) 879-7171 
Website: MassArt.edu/ce * Email: ce@massart.edu 


Office Hours: Mon-Thu, 9am-7pm; Fri, Iam-5pm 


Contents 


COURSES AND PROGRAMS 
26 Animation 
13. Architectural Design 
35 Art Education 
19 Book Arts 
21 Ceramics 
10 Computer Arts 
16 Drawing 
14 Fashion Design 
21 Fibers 
24 Film/Video 
1 MassArt’s Summer Film School 
23 Furniture Design 
22 Glass 
9 Graphic Design 
31 History of Art 
10 Illustration 
13 Industrial Design 
22 Jewelry 
32 Liberal Arts 
22 Metal Sculpture 
17 Painting 
27 Photography 
18 Printmaking 
36 Professional Practice 
23 Sculpture 
29 Studio for Interrelated Media 
6 Studio Foundation 
11 Web Design 


CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS 
38 Fashion Design 

38 Furniture Design 

38 Graphic Design 

38 Industrial Design 


YOUTH PROGRAMS 
37 Creative Vacation 
37 Summer Intensives 
37 Summer Studios 


RESOURCES AND INFORMATION 
39 Policies 

39 Campus Resources 

40 Registration Form 


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Course Calendar by Start Date 


Studio Foundation 


May 


21 ~+Visual Issues II 1 


June 


4 Drawing with Color 


7 
5 Drawing Fundamentals 7 
12 Drawing for the First Time ii 

7 


18 Visual Issues | 


30 Form in Space If 


Graphic Design, Illustration, 
Computer Arts, Web Design 


May 


21 ‘Interaction Design 9 


22 Introduction to Web Design 11 


22 Typography in Motion 10 
. 30 Typography 9 
2 In-Design in 2 Days 10 


4 Black and White Illustration 10 
4 Intermediate Typography S) 
4 


Introduction to Computer 10 
Design with the Adobe 
Creative Suite 


4 Natural History and 10 
Biological Illustration 

5 Digital Illustration 10 

5 Foundations of Graphic 9 
Design 


5 Graphic Design | 


5 Graphic Design II 


6 Basic Perspective Drawing 10 


9 Print Production 9 

18 Transparent Watercolor: 10 
Paint the Light 

25 Web1 11 


14 Adobe Photoshop for Artists 11 


21 Designing Interactivity 11 
with HTML5 Canvas 


4 What Did | Miss? 11 
Photoshop and Illustrator 


Architectural Design, 
Industrial Design 


June 


4 Introduction to Industrial 13 
Design 
5 Drawing for Designers 13 
5 Product Rendering 13 
“48 History or Architecture 13 
and Urban Planning 
hem Methods and Materials 13 
TBA Architectural Structures | 13 
TBA Architectural Design | 13 


Fashion Design 


_May 
21 Sustainable Fashion 14 
ve Fashion Illustration | 14 
30 Digital Tools for 14 


Fashion Design 


10 ~——- Fashion Illustration | 14 


Fine Arts 2D: Drawing, 
Painting, Printmaking, 


Book Arts 


May 


19 Along the Charles: Ute 
Landscape Painting in 
Cambridge and Boston 


5 Renaissance Painting 17 
Techniques 

8 Experimental Monoprint 18 
Workshop 

14 Japanese Woodblock 18 
Printing 

18 Transparent Watercolor: 17 
Paint the Light 

21 ‘Introduction to Mosaics 18 


22 Pop-Up and Dimensional 19 
Books 


9 Anatomy for Life Drawing 16 
16 Drawing the Body in Motion 16 


22 Letterpress Workshop 19 
23 Landscape Painting 17 
30 Life Drawing 16 


Th Figure into Print 18 


10 Letterpress Fundamentals 19 
Workshop 


Fine Arts 3D: Ceramics, 
Fibers, Glass, Jewelry, 

Metal Sculpture, Sculpture, 
Installation, Furniture Design 


May 

19 Glassblowing (ae 

29  Bladesmithing Workshop 22 

30 Clothing Construction 21 
Techniques 

30 Beginning Jewelry 22 

30 The Art of Furniture | & Il 23 


June 


1 Fabric Dyeing Workshop 21 


4 Clay Studio 21 
| 4 Foundry Process in Sculpture 22 
4 Image on Clay 21 
5 Concept to Object: 23 
Processes for Furniture 
Design 
5 Welding 22 
8 Advanced Fabric Dyeing 22 
11 Sculptural Weaving 21 
1 Introduction to Weaving 21 
12. Tableware 21 


16 ~=Sculptural Forms in Felt 22 


21 Life Drawing Intensive 16 
21 Silkscreen Printing 18 
22 Letterpress: is) 
Intermediate Projects 
29 Introduction to Painting 17 
| The Figure Dressed 17 
2 Hands and Feet 16 
4 The Art of the Book 19 
4 Color Works on Paper 16 
i 4 Life Drawing 16 
4 Painting 17 
iS} Beginning Etching 18 
S Painting: Mixed Media 18 | 


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18 Figure Workshop: 23 
The Human Body in Clay 


25 Kinetic Art: 23 


Engaging with Movement 


Film/Video, Animation 


History of Art 


4 Introduction to Video 25 22 ~=Introduction to Art: 31 
Production The Western Tradition 

5 Animation and Digital 26 23 American Art and Visual 31 
Art Essentials Culture: 1600 to the Present 

a Character Animation 26 29 =*History of Sound Art 32 


19 Scriptwriting |: Writing the 25 
Short Film Screenplay 


6 2 Weeks +1Word=AFilm 25 


30 Contemporary Islamic Art 32 
and Architecture 


4 17th Century Baroque Art 31 


14 Editing with Final Cut Pro =—_ 25 


4 Advanced Editing 25 
with Final Cut Pro 


Photography and SIM 


June 


3 Street Photography 28 
4 Introduction to Digital 28 
Photography 


5 Black and White Fine Art 27 
Photography: Beginning 


5 Black and White Fine Art 27 
Photography: Intermediate 


5 View Camera 28 

16 ~The Beginning Digital 28 
Photographer 

23  Adventuresin Alternative 29 
Mapping 


10 ~=Interactive Documentary 29 


Studio 

16 *GettingStartedinSound 29 
with MAX 

23 ~~‘ The Big Digital Print 27 


30. The Big Digital Print: Part || 28 


6 The Portrait: 28 
The Environment 


4 *20th Century Russian Art 31 


4 Art and Archaeology of 31 
Ancient Mesoamerica 

5 Arts of Africa 32 

5 Folk Art, Folk Craft and 32 


Material Culture 
9 17th Century Dutch Painting 31 


30 Painting and the by2 
Cinematic Image 


Liberal Arts, 
History and Social Science, 
Science, Literature 


May 
31 *The Making of the Modern 33 
Middle East 
4  *History of Civilization 33 
4  *Introduction to Folklore ee 
4 Memoir Writing 32 
4 Monster Madness 34 
4 *Mythology and Literature 34 
4 Natural History and 34 
Biological Illustration 
4 Written Communication S2 
The Art of the Personal 32) 
Essay 
5 Jazz and Art 34 
Literary Traditions 34 
5 Men, Women, andthe Myth 34 
of Masculinity 
ae *Sources of Self and Identity 33 


5 Weird Sisters: Bronté Sisters 34 
5 Writing Poems 32 
9  *The Arab-Israeli Conflict 33 


30. Children’s Books: 33 
How to Write Them, 
How to Publish Them 


Art Education 


May 

21 +The Teaching Artist's 35 
Portfolio 

9 Boston Sketchbook 35 


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q a Mascace S matriculat se d those pieoed in entering the 
degree program, some of the classes offered through Professional and 
_ Continuing Education may satisfy Studio Foundation requirements, 
contingent upon successful portfolio 1 revie\ c las ses which may qualify 
Prcuicceinelontacettet in the BFA etn are specified in the course 
descriptions. For non-matriculating students, Studio Foundation offers _ 
~ fundamentals classes which can inform arts learning across disciplines. : 
These courses are a great way to explore new areas of interest, review 
areas already enjoyed, or help build a portfolio. 


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DRAWING FOR THE FIRST TIME 
Ease into art making in this enjoyable, 
non intimidating course. Develop skill, 
confidence and self expression, as 
you build a portfolio for review. With 
short exercises, long poses using a 
life model, still life and landscapes, 
students learn concepts of line, 

value, form in space, composition. 
Participants discuss what they see, 
evaluate drawings and develop the skill 
of seeing in non-stereotypical ways. 


SFDN 1X1 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 12-Jul 26) 1-4:30pm, includes 
a portfolio day to be arranged. 
Trintje Jensen 

Undergraduate course fee: $960 


DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS 

This in-depth workshop introduces 
and builds upon fundamental drawing 
concepts that apply across disciplines. 
Line, value, shape, form, space, intent, 
and other elements are addressed 
using direct observation, figure studies, 
and invented and conceptual imagery. 
The class refers to contemporary and 
historic practice from many sources 
and traditions. 


SFDN 160X 3CR 

Section O01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6-10pm 

Janet Monafo 

Undergraduate course fee: $960 


DRAWING WITH COLOR 

Students learn the fundamental skills 
of basic drawing, as they develop their 
understanding and control of color. 
Using pastel, paint and pencil, students 
draw from the model and still life, 
strengthening observational skills and 
building a successful composition. 
This is a fun, interactive, but serious 
exploration into drawing and color. 
Prerequisite: Drawing Fundamentals 

or basic college level drawing course 

or equivalent. 


SFDN 1X7 3CR 

Section O01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 23) 6-10pm 

Chris Sullivan 

Undergraduate course fee: $960 


FORM IN SPACE 

An introduction to issues central to 
thought and practice in three dimen- 
sional art and design. Understanding 
form and space relationships is 
essential to sculptors, architects, 
industrial designers, and 2D artists 
and designers. Students explore scale, 
volume, mass, and space and creatively 
investigate form and position in 
space using a range of materials and 
building techniques. Use this course 
to build a portfolio. 


SFDN 161X 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jul 30-Aug 10) 9am-3:30pm 
Juan Ormaza 

Undergraduate course fee: $960 


VISUAL ISSUES 1 

Students investigate topics funda- 
mental to all disciplines of art and 
design. Concepts explored include 
composition, space, content, and 
color. Projects address materials, 
media, presentation skills, traditional 
and digital technologies, and his- 
torical and contemporary contexts 
for art and culture. Assignments 
progressively define and articulate 
subjective interests, expressive ideas, 
and visual affinities. 


SFDN 162X 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jun 18-29) 9am-3:30pm 

Jean Ormaza 

Undergraduate course fee: $1,110 


VISUAL ISSUES II lt 
Learn the concepts and processes 
required for the successful realization of 
any project. Students work on topics 
of personal interest that demonstrate 
Sustained and independent inquiry, 
building on processes and media 
introduced in Visual Issues | (or Visual 
Language |). This class is an intensive 
format of the full semester course 
and students are expected to commit 
the equivalent amount of hours in and 
outside of class. Prerequisites: Visual 
Language | or Visual Issues I. 


SFDN 186X 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(May 21-Jun 1) 1lam-5:30pm 
Nancy Davies 

Undergraduate course fee: $1,110 


_ PLEASE NOTE: SFDN 186X does not transfer directly as an equivalent for Studio Foundation BFA requirement SFDN 186 

Visual Language ||. SFDN 162X does not transfer directly as an equivalent for Studio Foundation BFA requirement SFDN 
182 Visual Language |. SFDN 161X does not transfer directly as an equivalent for Studio Foundation BFA requirement SFDN 
183 Form Study. SFDN 160X does not transfer directly as an equivalent for BA requirement SFDN 181 Drawing |. SFDN 1X7 

: $ does not transfer directly as an equivalent for Studio pevEeHon BFA requirement SFDN 185 Drawing II. 


~ Students accepted into the MassArt BFA program may beguest a course portfolio review if they are seeking transfer 


credit fora required course. 


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GRAPHIC DESIGN / 
ILLUSTRATION / 
COMPUTER ARTS / 
WEB DESIGN 


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Graphic Design 


MassArt’s graphic design department offers the opportunity to 
gain a deep understanding of the elements and possibilities of 
graphic design through classes and a certificate program that 
are both accessible and rigorous. In Foundations of Graphic 
Design, students gain a fundamental understanding of how 
drawings and design can effectively communicate ideas. 
More advanced classes build skills in graphic design concepts, 


typography and layout. 


FOUNDATIONS OF 
GRAPHIC DESIGN 


~~ Students are introduced to visual 


principles as the basis of graphic 
design communication and elements 
and issues of visual language. The 
course covers the manipulation of 
graphic form to convey meaning, 
strategies for idea generation and 
development of unique concepts, 
and the designer's role as visual 
storyteller. Prerequisites: drawing skills 
or Elements of Design or other basic 
design course. 


CDGD 203 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6:30-10pm 

Heidi Hurley 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


~~ TYPOGRAPHY 


Students take a close look at how 

to design and use basic letterforms, 
and build skills in typesetting and 
typographic layout. Topics include 
typographic contrast, information 
hierarchy, major type families, the 
history of design, and typographic 
grids. Prerequisites: drawing skills, Com- 
munication and Form or Foundations of 
Graphic Design; working knowledge of 
InDesign (or QuarkXpress), Photoshop, 
and I/lustrator. 


CDGD 201 3CR 

Section 01: Wed (May 30-Aug 8) 
6-10pm (plus one additional class tba) 
Alisa Aronson 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


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GRAPHIC DESIGN 1 

Students learn the formal elements 
of design, concept, and typography, 
and builds skills for integrating these 
elements into effective graphic design 


—tommunication. Prerequisites: Founda- 


tions of Graphic Design, Typography, 
and working knowledge of InDesign, 
Photoshop, and Illustrator. 


CDGD 2X4 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6:30-10pm 

Dan Vlahos 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


INTERMEDIATE TYPOGRAPHY 
tudents apply typographic prin- 
ciples to communication design 
projects of moderate complexity. 
They strengthen skills in building 
typographic relationships and detail, 
creating sophisticated typographic 
layouts, including dynamic use of the 
grid, and employing type use and 
choice for creating expressive, con- 
ceptually based typographic design. 
Prerequisites: Typography, Graphic 
Design 1, working knowledge of InDesign, 
Photoshop, and Illustrator. 


CDGD 202 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 23) 6:30-10pm 

Sara Eisenman 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


GRAPHIC DESIGN Il 
Students apply design and typographic 


to co projects of 
moderate and increasing complexity. 
Emphasis‘s.on- development of strong 


cancepts which-communicate persua- 
sively and effectively integrate type 

and image. Prerequisites: Typography, 

Graphic Design 1, Worhing xeon of 
InDesign, Photoshop, and I/lustrator. 


CDGD 310 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6:30-10pm 

Tom Briggs 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


PRINT PRODUCTION 

Learn how to take a project from the 
design stage to printed product. Topics 
include: how to get print estimates, 
“oreflighting”, font management, and 
color for print production. The course 
includes a tour of a printing press. 
Prerequisites: Graphic Design 2 or the 
permission of the instructor. 


CDGD 328 1.5CR 

Section O1: Sat and Sun 

(Jun 9, 10, 23, 24) 10am-4:30pm 
Jason Fairchild 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,005 


INTERACTION DESIGN 

Students are introduced to current 
concepts, methods, and technologies 
employed in the design of interactive 
media. Topics include defining user 
and site requirements, managing 
information complexity, and designing 
visual interfaces that are usable and 
testable. Assignments address design 
problem solving within screen-based 
projects developed for various content, 
needs, and audiences. Prerequisites: 
Graphic Design II or Intermediate 
Typography; working knowledge of 
InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. 


CDGD 330 3CR 

Section 01: Mon (May 21-Aug 6) 6-10pm 
Lou Susi 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate course Fee: $1,860 


TYPOGRAPHY IN MOTION 

In this advanced typography course 
students build skills for expressive 
design with type, creative concept, 
visual storytelling, hierarchy, and 
sequence while realizing the powerful 
communication qualities of design 
and motion combined. Participants 
develop motion graphics for an open- 


© ing movie title sequence, identity 


components for a TV station, and for 
an existing project of each student's 
choice. Tutorials in AfterEffects will 
be included. Prerequisites: GDC pro- 
gram students: Intermediate Portfolio. 
CE students: Graphic Design III or by 
permission of the instructor. 


CDGD 338 3CR 

Section 01: Tue (May 22-Jul 24) 
6-10pm and Thu (Jun 14) and 
Mon (Jul 2) 6-10pm 

Kristen Hughes 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 
Graduate course Fee: $2,010 


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BLACK AND WHITE 
ILLUSTRATION 
This class introduces methods and 
materials for creating striking black 
p and white illustrations. These include 
ink with brush, pen, and eye-dropper; 
stripple with technical pen, acrylic 
and gouache painting, pencil and 
white Prismacolor on toned Canson, 
block prints, and scratchboard. 
Course includes demonstrations and 
critiques of homework assignments. 
The class explores the work of con- 
temporary artists. Prerequisite: Basic 
drawing skills. 


CDIL 2X9 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 23) 6-10pm 

Nicholas McNally 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


Wels ILLUSTRATION 
Explore digital imaging using 
scanners, drawing tablets, digital 
cameras, Photoshop and Illustrator 
for the Macintosh. Concept-driven 
assignments have strong drawing 
components. 


CDIL 208 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 19) 9am-iIpm 

Lisa Kennedy 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


BASIC PERSPECTIVE DRAWING 
Discover the basics of drawing in 
perspective with a simplified approach 
that explains the rules for plotting 
people, objects, and settings in 
3-dimensional scenes. Whether 
creating images from the mind or 
from observation, the formula for how 
the eye sees will be translated into 
the art of depicting realistic drawings. 
Through in-class exercises, demon- 
strations, and hands-on projects, the 
mystery of perspective will be revealed 
building a solid foundation of funda- 
mental understanding for the artist. 


CDIL 217 1.5CR 

Section 01: Wed (Jun 6-Jul 25) 
5-9pm (No class July 4) 

John Roman 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $480 


TRANSPARENT WATERCOLOR: 
PAINT THE LIGHT 

Explore direct painting in transparent 
watercolor through daily observational 
painting from of still life, landscape 
and the human figure. Both traditional 
and experimental techniques will be 
covered, with an emphasis on capturing 
light and shadow. 


NC434 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(Jun 18-21) 9:30am-1:30pm 
Irena Roman 

Workshop Fee: $235 


NATURAL HISTORY AND 
BIOLOGICAL ILLUSTRATION 


* Students are introduced to biological 


forms of plants and animals through 
art and direct observation in the field. 
Through examination, illustration, 
microscopy, and some photography, 
we study anatomical, behavioral, and 
ecological similarities and differences 
between species. We utilize various 
media but focus on classical observa- 
tion and drawing techniques in the 
field. This course involves field trips 
to locales, such as the Middlesex 

Fells Reservation, the New England 
Aquarium, and The Harvard Museum 
of Natural History. NOTE: This course 
may be taken for Liberal Arts credit. 
Register for LAMS229. 


CDIL229 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Tue 

(Jun 4-Jul 10) 9:30am-1:45pm (field 
trips may be on Mondays or Tuesdays 
and could be six hours or more.) 

Saul Nava 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


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Computer Arts 


INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER 
DESIGN WITH THE ADOBE 
CREATIVE SUITE 

Discover the synergy between Adobe 
Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign 
with course work based on a real-life 
project. Each program is approached 
as a Specialized tool: Illustrator for 
digital illustrations and web graphics; 
Photoshop for editing images and 
creating special effects for web, 
broadcast, or print design; and 
InDesign as a desktop application. 
Also reviewed are the challenges of 
producing “best practice” formatting 
solutions for seamless integration 
between graphics creation and 
desktop publishing applications, and 
the protocol for saving work from 
Macs to PCs. 


CDGD 319 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 16) 6:30-10pm 

Jason Fairchild 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 
Graduate Course Fee: $2,010 


INDESIGN-IN 2 DAYS 

InDesign is the industry-standard 
application for the design of publica- 
tions, which allows the designer to 
combine text and images. Offering 
more professional control and refine- 
ment of typography than Illustrator 
alone, plus the benefit of powerful 
time-saving features for formatting 
control and design over multiple pages, 
InDesign is essential for anyone looking 
to make inroads into a graphic design 
career. We'll help you get up to speed 
on how the program works, learn 
when you should use it, and why. 


NC 553 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Sat 

(June 2, 9) 10am-4:30pm 
Andreas Randhahn 

Workshop Fee: $175 


Computer Arts. 


@ereltices and dipital skill are increasingly integral to all art 
forms. MassArt’s computer arts and web design classes offer 

a range of opportunities to learn software with an emphasis on 
creative applications that can be applied to Giivocenecicere tte 


WHAT DID | MISS? 

PHOTOSHOP AND ILLUSTRATOR 
Maybe you've taken classes on the 
programs; probably you've done work 
as a professional. But have you found 
yourself lost, on occasion? Before your 
next deadline looms, spend a weekend 
catching up on changes in the latest 
release of Creative Suite. Learn best 
practices to use for each program, 
and how they can work together in 
harmony. Join us and be prepared 
for areal and practical leap forward! 


NC 158 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Sat 

(Aug 4, 11) 10am-4:30pm 
Andreas Randhahn 

Workshop Fee: $175 


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PHOTOSHOP FOR ARTISTS 

This course provides digital skills for 
2D and 3D artists to transform images 
of their artwork into a professional 
digital and printed portfolio. Topics 
include retouching, sharpening, 

color correction, resolution, and file 
preparation for both print and web in 
Adobe Photoshop. In-class exercises 
and demonstrations are included and 
basic introduction to file management 
and Mac OS X will be provided for 
students new to the digital studio. 


NC 255 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section O01: Sat (Jul 14) 10am-4pm 
Clint Baclawski 

Workshop Fee: $125 


Web Design 


INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN 
Learn web design from the ground 
up. Create your own website following 
industry standard design and produc- 
tion processes. Learn to identify site 
needs and audiences, organize content, 
use Adobe Photoshop to create a site 
design, code their website in HTML5 
and CSS3, and publish it online. 
Prerequisites: Photoshop or Illustrator 
or permission of instructor. 


GD 318 3CR 
Sertion O01: Tue and Thu 
(May 22-Jun 28) 6-9:30pm 
amilo Ramirez 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 
Graduate Course Fee: $2,010 


An introduction e the a 
organizing, designing and building of 
usable, accessible and beautiful web 
sites using industry-standard design 
methods and modern, semantic 
development techniques. Students 
are exposed to a user-centered design 
process that will aid them in balancing 
aesthetics with user experience. 
Participants learn to build their designs 
for the web using HTML5, CSS3 and 
jQuery. No Prerequisites. 

CDGD 345 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 25-Aug 8) 6:30-9:30pm 

Dennis Ludvino 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 
Graduate Course Fee: $2,010 


WI T TH OH T M AIN Y 

A two- aa Wikis avescuet cod- 
ing workshop covering the HTML5 
Canvas element in depth, starting 
with basic drawing and moving on 
to animation and interactivity. The 
workshop will cover Canvas directly 
on the first day, and then discuss 
more advanced libraries such as 
Paperjs and Three.js on the second. 


NC 247 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Sat and Sun 

(Jul 21 and 22) 10am-4pm 
Pascal Rettig 

Workshop Fee: $235 


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Architectural design 


Architecture, in design and practice, is a social art, and 
architects benefit from a direct understanding of materials, 
building systems, and fabrication processes. Professional and 
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principles of MassArt’s architecture degree programs, including 
the pre-professional BFA and the professional March. Students 
can explore design, modeling, construction and fabrication, 
history and theory, and develop skills in technical and free- 
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environments, and emphasize great design with an under- 
standing of ecology as the basis for sustainable building. 
Students are encouraged to experiment with contemporary 
ideas in abstraction, assemblage, and environmental mixed 
media. Through practice and critiques, students build skills 
and cultivate a distinct personal style. . 


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on a domestic scale through lectures» 
Slides and field trips. Structural 
calculations include safe selection 

of building parts by stress analysis, 
beam equations, and column com- 
putations. Students learn sufficient 
wood and masonry building techniques 


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Assignments include structural iiecels 
and calculations. i 


EDAD 227 3CR 
Section-O1: Mon-Fri 
(TBA) 9am-lpm 
Meg-Hickey _ 


HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 
ANDURBAN PLANNING | 
Students examine building cultures 
fyom different periods and places, 
rom pre-history until the dawn of 
modernity. Emphasis is given to 
different aspects of the built domain: 
the symbolic significance, layouts, 
spatial organization, construction, 


\ building materials and technolo- 


\gies, the building site, and city plans 
within the broader urban and cultural 
landscapes. The course uses case 
studies, lectures, discussions, and 
essay writing. 


EDAD 216 3CR 


Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 \Aane 01: Mon, Wed, Fri 


RCHITECTURAL DESIGN| 
Using scaled models and drawihgs, 
students will develop a rudimentary 
ability to use a building system to 
explore, prioritize, and communicate 
design ideas that achieve desig 
goals and accommodate design 
constraints. Students with little or 
no structural design or architectural | 
drawing and modeling experience will | 
be accepted subject to the instfuctor's | 


approval. Priority is given to students © 


accepted to MassArt’'s gradyvate 
architectural program. 


EDAD 
Section 01: TBA 

Paul Hajian 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


(Jun 18-Jul 20) 9am-12 noon 


Tanja Contey) ar et 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $885>\, 


METHODS AND MATERIALS 
udents are immersed in the nuts 
nd bolts of architectural craft and 
construction technology practice. 
Through design sketch problems, 
hands-on demonstrations and 
readings, students focus on the most 
common methods of constructing 
building systems in wood, masonry, 
steel, and concrete. Constructing a 
full-scale model of a wood-framed 
structure brings the theory to life. 


EDAD202 3CR s 
Section 01: Mon;Wed;-Fri 

(Jun 18-Jul 20) 1-6pm 

Will Betsch 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


Industrial Design 


INTRODUCTION TO 
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 
Student are introduced to the design 
process and problem solving tech- 
niques used in industrial design, and 
cover the tasks required for research, 
preliminary concept sketching, 
design refinement, presentation, and 
fabrication possibilities. Both media 
and drawing techniques and basic 
scale model making are addressed. 
No prerequisites. 


EDID 2X2 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 23) 6:30-10:30pm 
Mark Guarraia 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


DRAWING FOR DESIGNERS 
In the design fields, documentation 
and communication of ideas require 
fluency in the visual language of 
symbols and illustration. This course 
is about developing and refining the 
sics of this language, the alphabet 
and grammar used to communicate 
the\characteristics of objects and 
systems. Through the exploration of 
various media in architectural or design 
contexts, students learn to apply what 
they have learned to objects and 
systems, allowing these to be easily 
undérstood and reproduced. 


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_XDID 2X0 3CR 
“ Section 01: Tue and Thu 


(Jun 5-Jul 24) 9am-lpm 
Judith Anderson 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


PRODUCT RENDERING 
An in-depth study of several product 
illustration and presentation styles. 


x Many different drawing and rendering 
\ media are used to develop skills in 
product design presentation. 


DID 218 3CR 
Section 01: Tue and Thu 
(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6:30-10:30pm 
Mehmet Bereket 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


Vx SHION ILLUSTRATION | 

This course introduces illustration 
methods for the fashion designer. 
In-class exercises and demonstrations 
cover basic anatomy and an analysis 
of the idealized female and male 
fashion figure. Basic layout, flat 
sketch and technical drawing skills 
are taught, as well as critique and 
editing processes. Students illustrate 
color fashion plates with apparel 
details, fashion silhouettes, and 
textile rendering using magic marker, 
watercolor, acrylic, and gouache. 


EDFD 215X 3CR 

Section O1: Tue and Thu 

(May 22-Jul 5) 6-10pm 

Section O02: Tue and Thu 

(Jul 10-Aug 23) 6-10pm 

Andy Chan 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


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LE piGITAL TOOLS FOR 

FASHION DESIGN 

This class provides a solid foundation 
in the digital skills used in the fashion 
industry to create “fashion plate” 
driven projects. Through hands-on 
projects, students learn how to use 
Photoshop and Illustrator to design 
presentation boards and fashion flat 
collections. This is the perfect class 
for fashion designers who would like 
to add technology skills to their tool 
set as well as beginners who want an 
introduction to fashion design. 


EDFD 206X 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(May 30-Jul 18) 6:30-10pm 

Meg Young 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


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SUSTAINABLE FASHION 

The course will examine ecological 
impacts, ethics and fair trade policies 
associated with sustainability, along 
with cultural techniques and traditions. 
Students will exploke current practices 
being used by sustainable designers/ 
companies, organic and eco-friendly 
textile development, innovations in 
textile design/ produ ion, waste 
minimization and upcycting in design 
and manufacturing. While working 
through their own process, students 
will use sustainable methods to design 
and create projects addressing social 
responsibility in the fashion industry. 


EDFD 215 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Thu 

(May 21-Jul 5) 6-10pm and 1 Sat TBA 
Jennifer Varekamp 

Undergraduate Fee: $960 


“FINE ARTS 2D 


DRAWING / PAINTING / 
PRINTMAKING / BOOK ARTS 


MassArt’s Fine Arts 2D classes span a range of media and genres in drawing, painting, 
printmaking and book arts. Students can learn and deepen skills in traditional techniques 


and contemporary practice. The goal is for students to build skills while cultivating a 
distinct personal style. 


Drawing 


Drawing is an essential component of the artist’s vocabulary. 
For the beginner, Drawing for the First Time or Drawing: 
Study and Practice teaches drawing skills fundamental to 
painting. For the more experienced, intermediate and 
advanced painting courses support individual student’s 
exploration of particular styles or issues. 


IFE DRAWING INTENSIVE 
Designed for students of any level and 
discipline interested in developing a 
sound foundation in figure drawing 
or improving their existing skill set. 
We work with a variety of life-models 
taking different poses to understand 
gesture, proportions, and anatomical 
structures. Students learn a universal 
schematic of the body; understand 
how line, value, and light interact with 
the figure; and see these elements 
in an historical and contemporary 
context. Field trips to the MFA, slides, 
lecture, and critique complete this 
comprehensive course. 


2DPA 222 3CR 

Section O1: 8 days (9am-5:30pm) 
Mon-Fri (May 21-25) and Tue-Thu 
(May 29-31) 

Gerry Hoag 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


LIFE DRAWING 

Students receive instruction in 
observational drawing with pencil 
and charcoal, focusing on the human 
figure, both nude and costumed. 
While the emphasis will be on the 
fundamentals of drawing (gesture, 
line, proportion, value and form), 
aspects of composition and expression 
will also be important considerations. 
A model will be used for each session, 
which will include short gesture poses 
and longer sustained poses. 


2DPA 102 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 23) 6-10pm 

Jean Sbarra Jones 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


ANATOMY FOR LIFE DRAWING 
This course is designed for beginners 
as well as more experienced students 
who desire a sophisticated understand- 
ing of the structure of the human 
figure. Through lectures and drawing 
from the nude, students analyze the 
skeleton and musculature, and the 
surface forms of the body become 
understandable. Also covered are 
proportion, modeling forms in light 
and shade, and many other skills 
needed for successful figure drawing. 


2DPA 259 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jul 9-27) Qam-lpm 

Janet Monafo 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


LIFE DRAWING 

The human figure is studied from an 
observational perspective. Pictorial 
space, light and form are studied and 
expressed in relation to the body's 
anatomy, movement and context. 


2DPA 202 3CR 

Section 02: Mon-Fri 

(Jul 30-Aug 10) 9am-3:30pm 

Kofi Kayiga 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


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DRAWING THE BODY IN MOTION 
Working with a live model or dancer, 
students will explore ways to represent 
the human body in motion using 
traditional media (charcoal, ink, pencil, 
on paper) together with new media 
(interactive tools such as cameras and 
projectors, digital processing, etc). No 
advanced experience with new media 
is required. 


MPSM 325 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(July 16-26) 9am-4:30pm 

Nell Breyer 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


COLOR WORKS ON PAPER 
Students are introduced to and explore 
watercolor, pastel, oil stick, ink, crayon, 
and color pencil. We will investigate 
each of these medium’'s particular 
characteristics and expressive poten- 
tial. By working with still life, collage, 
landscape and the figure, students 
will have the opportunity to gain 
experience in seeing, drawing and all 
aspects of picture making. The line 
and continuity between abstraction 
and observation will be stressed. 


ZDPA 238 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jun 4-15) 9am-3:30pm 

Khalid Kodi 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


HANDS AND FEET 

Gripping, clapping, jumping, walking- 
hands and feet are both mysterious 
and familiar. These complex forms 
are worth extra study and practice. 
Through exercises using diverse papers 
and drawing media, participants 
become comfortable observing hands 
and feet in motion and at rest, and 
capturing their physical and emotive 
qualities on paper. 


NC 270 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Sat and Sun 

(Jun 2, 3) 10am-4pm 

Jackie Knight 

Workshop Fee: $150 


Painting 


INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING 
Begin painting in this exploration of 
new and traditional directions and 
techniques. The basis of the course 
is studio work, primarily working in 
oil and includes use of models, as 
well as lectures and demonstrations. 
Color and composition theory, and 
the study of form, space, and light 
are addressed. Previous experience 
with drawing is helpful. 


2DPA 100 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(May 29-Jul 12) 6-10pm 
Christopher Chippendale 
Undergraduate Course Fee: S960 


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CAMBRIDGE AND BOSTON 
Bridges, boathouses, and urban back- 
drops; river forms and distant vistas, 
the changing atmospheres and 
lights--these are the subjects of this 
late spring painting workshop along 
our beautiful Charles River. Focusing 
on direct oil painting techniques, this 
workshop is for students experienced 
in oil painting who wish to build, 
revisit or sharpen their painting skills 
and perceptual abilities. Limited to 

12 students. 


2DPA 224 1.5CR 

Section O01: Wed (May 16) 

orientation at MassArt, 6:30-8:30p 
Sat and Sun (May 19, 20, 26, 27) 
9am-4pm: Wed (May30) 6:30-9:30pm 
Christopher Chippendale 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


TRANSPARENT WATERCOLOR: 
PAINT THE LIGHT 

Explore direct painting in transparent 
watercolor through daily observational 
painting from of still life, landscape 
and the human figure. Both traditional 
and experimental techniques will be 
covered, with an emphasis on capturing 
light and shadow. 


NC434 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(Jun 18-21) 9:30am-1:30pm 
Irena Roman 

Workshop Fee: $235 


ANDSCAPE PAINTING 


f? This class investigates meaning 


and metaphor in the landscape. The 
landscape is the point of departure; 
paintings may or may not look like 
landscapes. Students work directly 
from nature in the vicinity of MassArt 
or in-studio using photographs, memory, 
or drawings. Individualized instruction, 
group expressive approaches to the 
media of your choice (acrylic, oils, 
watercolor, photograph, charcoal, 
graphite, ink, mixed media, etc.). For 
intermediate and advanced artists. 


2DPA 220 3CR 
Section 01: Mon-Fri 
(Jul 23-Aug 3) 9am-3:30pm 
' Keith Washington 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


WA NTING 
This painting course is for students 


who want an intensive day-long 
studio experience that provides 
individual instruction. Students work 
within a continuum from realism to 
abstraction, and formal concerns 
are emphasized and tied to personal 


expression. Includes use of the model. 


Class critiques, slide talks and field 
trips enrich the painting experience. 
Some painting and drawing experi- 
ence is helpful, but not required. 


2DPA 205/305/405 6CR 
Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jun 4-22) 9am-6pm 

Sharon Dunn 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,920 
Graduate Course Fee: $3,720 


RENAISSANCE PAINTING 
TECHNIQUES 

Students explore the process of 
making luminous paintings in the 
style of the Flemish masters (Hugo 
Vander Goes, the Van Eycks, Dirk 
Bouts). The first half is devoted to 
exercises for understanding stages 
of the technique: underpainting ona 
gesso ground, methods of applying 
layers of egg tempera, and oil resin 
glazes. Thereafter, students apply 
Renaissance techniques to their own 
subjects. No prerequisites. 


ZDPA 221 3CR 

Section O1: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6-10pm 

David Small 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


THE FIGURE DRESSED 

This workshop provides an opportunity 
to paint the clothed figure. The emphasis 
will be on seeing what is before our 
eyes and finding a surprising equivalent 
in paint. We will seek to convey the 
figure in relation to the space, by being 
as accurate as possible about color 
and value; we will work in the spirit 
of visual research rather than making 
finished paintings. 


2DPA 237 1.5CR 

Section O1: Fri (Jun 1) 7-9pm, Sat and 
Sun (June 2, 3, 9) 10am-4:30 pm, Sun 
(Jun 10) 10am-8pm 

Catherine Kehoe 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


PAINTING: MIXED MEDIA 

This course investigates the use of a 
variety of materials and techniques in 
painting, emphasizing experimentation 
and alternative processes that 
integrate texture and sculptural relief 
in the work. Students will become 
familiar with both traditional and 
non-traditional materials, including 
water-based paints, plaster, found 
objects, encaustics, and recycled goods. 
Class discussions, demonstrations, 
and critiques complement studio time, 
and assignments aid each student's 
individualized approach and direction. 


2DPA 333X 3CR 

Section O01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6-10pm 
Jacqueline Sylvia 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


INTRODUCTION TO 

MOSAICS WORKSHOP 

This course provides an in-depth 
experience with mosaic design, 
fabrication, and mounting practices. 
Each participant creates a mosaic 
with traditional Mexican glass smalti. 
Students design, fabricate and grout 
a 8" x 8" mosaic. Students gain 
experience with the unique design 
potential of this medium and learn 
more about its rich history. 


NC 864 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section O1: Thu and Fri 

(Jun 21, 22) 10am-4pm 

Lisa Houck 

Workshop Fee: $265 


Printmaking 


BEGINNING ETCHING 

A presentation of basic intaglio 
skills: drypoint, hard and soft ground 
etching, and aquatint. Emphasis is 
on using the craft and the process 
of printmaking to explore the more 


familiar ideas of line, value, and form. 


Z2DPM 260 3CR 

Section O1: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6-10pm 

James Mustin 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


SILKSCREEN PRINTING 

Screen printing is an old and versa- 
tile process with many modern uses. 
This course presents a variety of 
techniques and contemporary fine 
art applications of silkscreen printing. 
Students are guided through the 
transformation of an idea to printed 
image and encouraged to take a 
creative approach. The emphasis is 
on experimentation, design, drawing, 
and multicolor printing. Topics 
include hand-cut paper, film and 
photographic stencils, and projects 
provide students with multifaceted 
approaches to the development of 
their personal aesthetic. 


2DPM 280 3CR 

Section O01: Mon and Wed 

(May 21-July 2) 6-10pm 

(and one Sat TBA) 

Alvin Ouellet 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


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FIGURE INTO PRINT 

This two-week workshop combines 
direct observation and drawing from 
the model with various types of 
printmaking processes. Techniques 
include monoprint, silk collagraph, 
and etching as well as methods 

of inking, wiping, and printing the 
plate. Participants develop observa- 
tion, composition and drawing skills 
through the print media while taking 
advantage of the unique ability to 
create multiple variations of a single 
rendering with varying results. 


2DPM 212 1.5CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Aug 7-23) 6-10pm (and one Sat TBA) 
Alvin Ouellet 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


EXPERIMENTAL MONOPRINT 
WORKSHOP 

Rich and expressive, monotype joins 
the graphic qualities of printmaking 
with the spontaneity of painting. 
This hands-on workshop teaches the 
basics of chine colle, pronto plate, 
collagraph, and viscosity printing as 
well as other processes, and explores 
the sequential possibilities of mono- 
type to develop images conceptually 
and formally. Image-making methods, 
ink handling, print tools, paper han- 
dling, single- and multipass printing, 
hand coloring, and the development 
of “ghost” imagery, are covered. 
Individual and group critiques as 
needed. All levels welcome. 


NC 253 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Fri, Sat, Sun 

(Jun 8-10) Qam-2:30pm 

David Bligh 

Workshop Fee: $275 


JAPANESE WOODBLOCK 
PRINTING 

We will carve wood blocks and ink 
them with watercolors and nori paste 
to create painterly gradations of 
color called bokashi. Students will 
create two and three color prints 
and experiment with a variety of 
Japanese papers. This non-toxic 
print medium is colorful and subtle, 
and allows for transparent washes of 
color as well as detailed textures and 
wood grain. 


NC 847 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section O1: Thu and Fri 

(Jun 14, 15) 10am-4pm 

Lisa Houck 

Workshop Fee: $265 


Book Arts 


LETTERPRESS: 
INTERMEDIATE PROJECTS 
Expand your letterpress experience 
and challenge your skills in this 
-week intensive class! Students 


ent with inking and scruti- 
r options. Other topics to 


Books‘on the Vandercook (2DPM 202X) 
or be able to demonstrate sufficient 
letterpress experience. 


POP-UP AND 
DIMENSIONAL BOOKS 
Experiment with dimension and move- 


ETTERPRESS 
FUNDAMENTALS WORKSHOP 
Explore the nuances of impression, 
inking, and paper selection while x 
enhancing your typographic sensitivity 
in this hands-on workshop. Demon- 
strations include typesetting by hand, 
on-press page composition, and print- 
ing multiples on a Vandercook cylinder 
press. The class also experiments 
with overprinting colors and printing 
illustrations. Bring words and ideas for 
your project to the first meeting. Some 


CDGD 334 1.5CR 

Section 01: Tue (May 22-July 10) 
6-10pm (No class July 3) 

Keith Cross 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,005 


These can be colored, embellished 
and used in cards and books. They are 
useful techniques for teachers-the 
moveable parts spark students’ imagi- 
nation. Cut and layered paper add 
light and shadow to a page. Includes a 
digital presentation and samples from 
the instructor's collection. 


THE ART OF THE BOOK 
Learn the basics of book binding 
beginning with simple structures and 


building daily on your skills. Through manual dexterity is necessary. 

demonstrations and hands on guided NC 258 NOT FOR CREDIT 
studio time, we'll progress quickly Section 01: Fri (Jun 22) 6-9pm CDGD 317 1.5CR 

from easy, magical books made Sat and Sun (Jun 23, 24) 10am-4pm Section 01: Fri-Sun / 
from a single sheet of paper to more Stephanie Stigliano (Aug 10-12) 9am-6pm 3 
elaborate, hardcover, multi-signature Workshop Fee: $195 Keith Cross Ae 
books. No unusual or expensive a Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 / 


equipment is required and everything 


LETTERPRESS WORKSHOP Graduate Course Fee: $1,005 od 
covered in class can be easily contin- 


Are you wrestling with the lack of 


ued at home. Participants typically 
leave with at least 10 book structures 
and the inspiration and knowledge 
to create dozens more. We'll produce 
books that can be used as journals, 
scrapbooks, photo albums or area 
work of art themselves. This course 
is open to all. 


2DPM 207 1.5CR 

Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(Jun 4-7) 9am-4pm 

Peter Madden 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


texture and REAL type in your every- 
day pursuits? Then this letterpress 
workshop is the event for you. You'll 
hand-set text and display type, con- 
tending with over 350 cases of metal 
and wood type in our collection. 
Once you've learned the ropes, leap 
from the turnbuckle and get ready 
for the mélée-it's no-holds-barred 
letterpress posters! Learn how to 
quickly change colors on press 

with no wash-up. Set it and print it 
techniques escape the referee's call 
on “delay of match.” Grapple with 
composition and win with magnets. 
Concealing your identity is optional. 
Prerequisites: Enthusiasm, punctuality, 
ability to lift 50 Ibs unaided. 


NC 429 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section O01: Sun (Jul 22) 9am-4pm 
Keith Cross 

Workshop Fee: $175 


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CLAY STUDIO 

This studio class allows students to ex- 
plore personal interests in clay object 
making. Demonstrations and studio 
activities include hand building, mold 
making and wheel working. Students 
develop individual plans to execute 
their ideas in clay after discussing 
ideas and options with the instructor. 
Projects may include various interests 
such as tableware, sculpture, or tile 
making. Experience in clay work is 
preferred, but not required. 


3DCR 312X 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jun 4-22) 9am-ipm 

Amanda Brown 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


TABLEWARE 

Employing hand building, the potter's 
wheel, plaster molds, and various 
kiln-firing techniques (stoneware, 
soda, low-fire) students are able to 
create pottery that is useful as well as 
personally expressive. Frequent dem- 
onstrations, lectures, and dialogue 
with the instructor enable beginners 
as well as experienced workers to 
expand their vision and portfolio. 


3DCR 2X6 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 12-Jul 31) 6-10pm 

Ben Ryterbrand 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


IMAGE AND CLAY 

Discover and develop personal 
imagery and integrate these images 
with your clay work, linking 2-D 
image making and sculpture. Ceramic 
material awareness is stressed only 
to the degree needed to transpose 
the student's extensive two-dimen- 
sional explorations into three-dimen- 
sional format. All clays, means of 
firing, three-dimensional formats 
and two-dimensional possibilities 
can be considered. 


3DCR 2X5 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 23) 6-10pm 

Sarah Williams 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


Fibers : 


CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION 
TECHNIQUES 
This course teaches methods \of 
constructing and sewing clothing. 
Students learn hand sewing tech- 
niques, the use of the sewing 
machine, methods for taking and 
recording body measurements, how 
to select appropriate pattern sizes, 
and finishings preparation. Individual 
designs and patterns are used, with 
an emphasis on fit, construction, and 
problem solving. Students should 
have basic machine sewing skills. 


3DFB 23X 3CR 


Section O01: Mon and Wed > 


(May 30-Aug 1) 6-10pm 

(no classes Jun 18-27) 

Maritza Cantero Farrell 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


SCULPTURAL WEAVING 

Learn basic weaving techniques 
using traditional and nontraditional 
materials to apply to sculpture, 
architecture, fashion design, 
basketry, and more. We cover 

basic techniques (twining, coiling, 
plaiting, and random weave) and 
ways to connect smaller components 
in order to build larger structures. 
Treating surfaces (dyeing, embel- 
lishment, over-weaves, and painting) 
is also explored. Hands-on work is 
complemented with slide lectures. 


3DFB 203 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jun 11-29) 9am-Ipm 

Nathalie Miebach 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


Students are introduced to weaving 
on the floor loom, and the use of 


weaving in two- and three-dimension- 


al contemporary art. Topics include 
warp preparation, dressing the loom, 
pattern drafting, and loom versus 
weaver controlled weaves. Students 
learn the workings of the loom and 
the uses of different materials by 
constructing a series of samples that 
inspire the creation of a final piece. 


(Jun tt-Jul 25) 12-5pm_—_ 
Samantha Fields 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


INTRODUCTION TO 

FABRIC DYEING WORKSHOP 

An easy, fun introduction to the basic 
procedures involved in dyeing cotton 
with reactive MX dyes. Participants 
play with different techniques to 
achieve a variety of exciting visual 
textures in dyed fabrics. The course 
covers immersion and low immersion 
dyeing, as well as hue gradation and 
other topics. The techniques taught 
can easily be repeated in the home 
or studio. Each student leaves with 

a binder of hand dyed samples, and 
every piece will be unique. 


NC 267 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Fri (Jun 1) 12-6pm and 
Sat (June 2) 9am-5pm 

Susan McNeil 

Workshop Fee: $195 


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ADVANCED FABRIC 


vanced procedures involved in dyeing 
‘cotton with reactive MX dyes. We 
explore over-dyeing, pole wrapping, 
P direct dye application and other 
gp AS topics. Students will see how combin- 
ing these new approaches can achieve 
a rich layered variety of exciting 
visual textures. The techniques taught 
can easily be repeated in the home 
or studio. Students leave with a 
collection of unique hand dyed 
samples. Prerequisites: Introduction 
to Fabric Dyeing 


ee 


C 316 NOT FOR CREDI 


ction O1: Fri (Jun 8) 12- and 


Susan Mc 
Workshop Fee: $195 


SCULPTURAL FORMS IN FELT 
Students work with wool rovin 


ich may be functional 
nal pieces such as 


personal item cafkiers or vessels. 
Prepare to get wet, and get an upper 
body work out. Open to all. 


NC 162 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section O01: Sat-Sun 

(June 16, 17) 9: 
Barbara Poole 
Workshop Fee: $295 


GLASSBLOWING 

earn the basic glassblowing tech- 
niques used to make vessels and 
sculptural forms. Throughout the 
course, progressively more difficult 
aSsignments teach new concepts and 
evelop students’ skills. Group glass- 
lowing clinics encourage teamwork. 
Historical and contemporary glass 
techniques, designs and applications 
are discussed and incorporated 

into student work. No previous 
experience required. 


3DGL 231 3CR 

Section O01: Sun thru Sun (8 days) 
(May 19-27) 8am-4pm 

Bernie D'Onofrio 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


BEGINNING JEWELRY 

This class introduces basic issues and 
techniques that are unique to jewelry 
making as a creative and expressive 
medium. Techniques covered include: 
basic fabrication (cold-joining, 
sawing, soldering, and finishing), 

lost wax casting, and stone setting. 
Projects use precious metals as well 
as common materials. Traditional and 
contemporary attitudes toward body 
adornment are also discussed. 

No prerequisites. 


3DML100 3CR 
Section 01: Mon and Wed 
May 30-Jul 18) 6-10pm 
eter Evonuk 
ndergraduate Course Fee: $1, 110 


MassArt.edu/ce for updates and current information. 


Metal Sculpture 


WELDING 
As an introduction to the construc- 
tion of steel sculpture, students 


proces artworks using oxy-fuel, 


“stick,” MIG, or TIG arc welding, and 
learn hot forging and a wide range 
of fabricating processes. Although 
the class focuses on technical issues, 
participants are also expected to 
consider the expressive potential of 
sculptural form. 


3DSC 253 3CR 

Section O1: Tue and Thu 

(June 5-Jul 24) 6-10pm 

Reid Drum 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


Ceemnpry PROCESS 


IN SCULPTURE 

In this introduction to the foundry 
process, students make bronze and 
aluminum castings using processes 
of greensand and lost wax ceramic 
shell casting. The class covers mold 
making, casting, and chasing with an 
emphasis on personal expression and 
technical proficiency. Proper use and 
maintenance of all tools is stressed. 


3DSC 201 3CR 

Section O01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 23) 6-10pm 

Zachary Gabbard 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


BLADESMITHING WORKSHOP 
Construct beautiful patterns in metal 
usingNron, steel, ie gat and 
other non-ferrous metals. The course 
covers techniques for producing 


traditional Japanese or Turkish 
patternéd “married” metals. 
f 


VA 
NC 865 NOT KOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Tue and ¥ri 
(May 29-Jun 1) 9:30am-4:30pm 
JD Smith 
Workshop Fee: $595 


FIGURE WORKSHOP: 

THE HUMAN BODY IN CLAY 
Working from live models, students 
build armatures, learn tool use 

and clay manipulation techniques 
while sculpting the figure in clay, 

and finally mold and cast these clay 
sculptures in plaster. Finishing and 
presentation methods are covered. 
Students learn the foundations of 
gesture, proportions and anatomical 
structures in an art historical context 
while exploring their personal and 
expressive vision. Individual attention 
in a supportive atmosphere charac- 
terizes this figure sculpture course. 
All levels are welcome and projects 
are individually tailored to each 
student's experience. 


3DSC 208 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri (Jun 18-22) and 
Mon-Wed (Jun 25-27) 9am-5:30pm 
Gerry Hoag 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


KINETIC ART: 

ENGAGING WITH MOVEMENT 
This hands-on course will explore 
sculptural movement using basic 
materials (paper, board, wire, wood) 
and construction techniques. We will 
study everyday objects to demystify 
mechanisms and establish a ground- 
ed understanding of mechanical 
workings. Student develop these in- 
vestigations into sculptural interpre- 
tations, building momentum and an 
orientation for personal expression 
of movement and form. 


3DSC 225 1.5CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jun 25-29) 9am-4pm 

Anne Lilly 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


CONCEPT TO OBJECT: 
PROCESSES FOR FURNITURE 
DESIGN 

Students capture and develop ideas 
using a sketchbook or folder system 
that will be used throughout the 
certificate program. Fusing design 
activities and methodologies, including 
aesthetic sourcing (visual, literary, 
emotional, and structural), drawing 
and modeling, participants engage in 
design as a problem solving process. 
Projects emphasize the development 
of conceptual visualization through 
the exploration of two and three 
dimensional sketch techniques. 


EDID 200 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6-10pm 

Tom Russell 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


THE ART OF FURNITURE: 
FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN 
AND CONSTRUCTION | 

Students are guided through a 
hands-on design/build project based 
on the fundamental tenets of furni- 
ture design. We begin with a review 
of design fundamentals and the 
concept design process. Concepts are 
refined through additional zdrawings 
and maquette model making as 
preparation for completion of the 
final product. Prerequisites: From Con- 
cept to Object: Processes for Furniture 
Design or permission of instructor. 
Experience in basic hand tool use and 
maintenance and working with standing 
machine power tools. 


3DTD 330 3CR 

Section 01: Wed-Fri 

(May 30-Jun 1), Mon-Fri (Jun 4-8), 
Mon (Jun 11) 9:30am-4:30pm 

Peter Thibeault and Judith Hanson 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 
Graduate Course Fee: $2,010 


THE ART OF FURNITURE: 
FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN 
AND CONSTRUCTION Ii 

A continuation of The Art of 
Furniture 1. Prerequisite: The Art Of 
Furniture: Fundamentals Of Design And 
Construction | 


3DTD 340 3CR 

Section 01: Wed-Fri 

(May 30-Jun 1), Mon-Fri (Jun 4-8), 
Mon (Jun 11) 9:30am-4:30pm 

Peter Thibeault and Judith Hanson 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 
Graduate Course Fee: $2,010 


NOTE: The Art of Furniture | and II will be 
held at the North Bennet Street School, 
39 North Bennet Street in Boston's 
historic North End. www.nbss.edu 


-MassArt’s courses in. fin Prvenitelcel ee the development of independen 
vision supported by sol lid technical skills. It is our belief that the potential 
power of media is inextricably linked to the voice of the maker. Classes 

are taught by professionals whose background is squarely in the art of film, 
whether it be documentary, narrative or experimental. 


MassArt.edu/ce for updates and current information. 


INTRODUCTION TO 

VIDEO PRODUCTION 

This course introduces students to 
the processes of video production 
and editing, emphasizing the de- 
velopment of a personal aesthetic. 
Besides learning the basics of camera 
operation and editing, students 
become familiar with video's unique 
technical and aesthetic qualities. 
Production topics include lighting, 
shooting, and audio recording for 
video. Video post-production topics 
include nonlinear editing (using Final 
Cut Pro) and output to appropriate 
formats for distribution. 


MPFV 237X 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(June 4-Jul 23) 6-10pm 

Janet Gilmore 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


EDITING WITH FINAL CUT PRO 
This course is an overview of nonlinear 
editing using Apple's Final Cut Pro. 
Topics include digitizing, editing, and 
final output. Source material is pro- 
vided, but students are encouraged 
to bring their own mini-DV media. 
Prerequisites: knowledge of Macintosh 
operating system. 


MPFV 2X8 1.5CR 
Section 01: Sat and Sun 
(Jul 14, 15, 21, 22) 10am-4:30 
Janet Gilmore 
dergraduate Course Fee: $555 


AQVANCED EDITING 
TH FINAL CUT PRO 

his course takes a more in-depth 
look at the art of editing using 
Apple's Final Cut Pro. Techniques will 
include motion effects, compositing, 
project management and finishing 
techniques. Students provide their 
own mini DV media to work with in 
class. Prerequisites: basic working 
knowledge of Final Cut Pro. 


MPFV 218X 1.5CR 

Section 01: Sat and Sun 

(Aug 4, 5, 11, 12) 10am-4:30 

Janet Gilmore 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


SCRIPTWRITING I: WRITING 
THE SHORT FILM SCREENPLAY 
Students will develop at least two 
short narrative film scripts (2-8 
pages long), from idea to end product, 
through individual and collaborative 
exercises, rewriting, and by hearing 
their works-in-progress read aloud 
and discussed. Participants will be 
encouraged to write scripts that can 
be produced with resources available 
to most students. Course includes 
screenings and in-class writing. 

All levels welcome. 


MPFV 235 3CR 

Section O01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 19-Aug 2) 6-10pm 

Nancy Salzer 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


Steve Maing, High Tech, Low Life, 2012; MassAr 


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Filming will continue outside class 
over the next 12 days. Returning for a 
second two-day session, students will 
edit this material into a finished piece 
to premiere publicly at the course's 
conclusion. Prerequisites: Intro to Video 
Production, Documentary Boot Camp, or 
a familiarity with basic video camera and 
edit system operation. 


NC 605 NOT FOR CREDIT 


Section O1: Fri and Sat 

(Jul 6, 7, 20, 21) 9am-4:30pm 
Julie Mallozzi 

Workshop Fee: $425 


t's Summer Film School, see pg. 1 


ANIMATION 


CHARACTER ANIMATION 
Students will study the fundamentals 
of character animation through view- 
ing and analyzing films, and through 
a variety of exercises that explore 
design and development, staging, 
communication, properties of motion, 
acting, storytelling, and more. There 
are weekly assignments. All work will 
be created in a 2D drawn format. 


CDAN 210 1.5CR 

Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(Jun 11-21) 9am-lpm 

Julie Zammarchi 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


MassArt.edu/ce for updates and current information. 


ANIMATION AND DIGITAL ART 
ESSENTIALS 

We mainly focus on experimentation 
and introduction to a variety of basic 
animation and digital art techniques 
including 2D and stop motion media, 
photo editing/manipulation and 
digital illustration. We also examine 
video editing, sound production, and 
viewing of contemporary animation 
and digital art work. Some programs 
we will explore are Final Cut Pro, 
Adobe Flash, Photoshop, and Illustrator. 
Recommended for art educators 
interested in introducing digital art 
into their curriculum, and traditional 
artists interested in digital media. 


NC 618 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-28) 6-10pm 

Sarah Gay 

Workshop Fee: $525 


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PHOTOGRAPHY 


BLACK AND WHITE FINE ART 
PHOTOGRAPHY: BEGINNING 
This course is an introduction to the 
fundamental technical tools of black 
and white photography and basic 
darkroom techniques. Students learn 
black and white film processing and 
printing techniques as well as the 
basics of using a manually adjustable 
35 mm camera, including exposure 
controls and camera operation. 
Class time is devoted to aesthetic 
concerns of the black and white 
medium and includes both darkroom 
and critique sessions. 


MPPH 208X 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6-10pm 

Henry Cataldo 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


and artistic vision through creative 
assignments in black and white 
photography. Prerequisites: a beginning 
photography class or permission of 
instructor. 


MPPH 209X 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 24) 6-10pm 

Henry Cataldo 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 


THE BIG DIGITAL PRI! 
Learn how to create stunning mural 
size digital prints. Using your own im- 
ages, students create high-resolution 
scans, adjust them in Photoshop, 

and output them on Epson wide- 
format archival inkjet printers. Bring 
negatives and blank CD-Rs (or other 
portable storage media) to the first 
class. Ink and paper for up to 40” of 
wide format output, as well as neces- 
sary test prints, are included in the 
price of the class. 


NC 137 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jul 23-27) Qam-2:30pm 
Amber Davis Tourlentes 
Workshop Fee: $450 


“feo | TAL PRINT: PART II 
amw-up to The Big Digital 
mients who have com- 
Ror the equivalent. 


@)T FOR CREDIT 
Pee se = |on-Wed 

(Jul 30-Aug 1) 9am-2:30pm 
Amber Davis Tourlentes 
Workshop Fee: $275 


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NOTE: Students who register for The 
Big Digital Print and The Big Digital 
Print Il pay a discounted rate of $600. 
Register for workshop code NC 164. 


THE PORTRAIT: 

THE ENVIRONMENT 

This course is an in-depth examina- 
tion of the photographic portrait 

and the space in which it occurs, 
questioning and challenging the very 
definition of the portrait and how it 
is made and functions. The empha- 
sis is on how the figure relates and 
perhaps changes in direct relation to 
the space in which it exists. Includes 
slide presentations, photo shoots and 
critiques. Students will be encourag- 
es to create a cohesive body of work 
that is both conceptually sound and 
formally resolved. Bring a portfolio of 
10 to 15 images that best represents 
your work. 


NC 431 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Aug 6-10) 9am-lpm 

David Hilliard 

Workshop Fee: $700 


THE BEGINNING 

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER 
Students explore effective techniques 
for taking better pictures with the 
most automated of digital cameras to 
the latest digital SLRs. We examine 
editing options from Adobe Photoshop 
to iPhoto. Participants gain an under- 
standing of resolution, basic retouch- 
ing techniques, a familiarity with file 
handling, and a greater appreciation 
for the aesthetics of their photography. 
Taught on Mac computers. 


NC 422 NOT FOR CREDIT 
Section 01: Sat 

(June 16 and 23) 9am-1:30pm 
Camilo Ramirez 

Workshop Fee: $135 


INTRODUCTION TO 
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 
This class is an introduction to digital 
imaging techniques. Topics include 
Photoshop software basics, and input 
and output options and their relation- 
ship to photography. Contemporary 
thought about digital photography is 
discussed. Content is emphasized in 
critiques. Conventional photography 
experience is required. 


MPPH 301 3CR 

Section O01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 23) 9am-lpm 

Phil Jung 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $1,110 
Graduate Course Fee: $2,010 


Amy Thompson Avishai, Study time at the dormitory, 2004 


a) MassArt.edu/ce for updates and current information. 


STREET PHOTOGRAPHY 

Have you ever marveled at the 
magical way Henri Cartier-Bresson 
photographed life on the streets of 
Paris, or been captivated by Robert 
Frank's vision of America? “See” the 
possibilities of the street for yourself 
as we explore Boston's vibrant 
neighborhoods, using the city as a 
backdrop for our own photographs. 
An overview of historical and con- 
temporary street photography 

will serve as a foundation for your 
personal vision to evolve. Assign- 
ments are followed by weekly critique. 
Students may also work on a series. 
Use film or digital, black and white, 
or color. We will not be printing in 
the darkroom. Come prepared to 
photograph on the first day 

(for those using film, bring 5 rolls). 


MPPH 202X 1.5 CR 

Section 01: Sun 

(Jun 3 and 10) 12:30-6:30pm 

Wed (Jun 13, 20, 27 and Jul 11) 
6:30-9:30pm 

Amy Thompson Avishai 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $480 


_ sVIEW CAMERA 
[4 Ansel Adams once said that the 


est camera “is the biggest you can 
carry.’ Despite the explosion of digital 
media, much of today's innovative 
photography. is done with the 4 x 5 
view camera. The extraordinary detail 
and precision these cameras offer 
make them particularly well suited to 
fine art and commercial photography. 
This class covers the operation of 

4 x 5 cameras, processing sheet film, 
and printing large format negatives, 
and includes technical instruction, 
shooting, lab work, and critique. Use 
your own or MassArt cameras. Some 
darkroom experience necessary. 


MPPH 207X 1.5CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-14) 6-10pm and Thu 

(Jun 21, 28, and July 5) 6-10pm 
Stephen Tourlentes 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


The Studio for Interrelated Media is an inter disciplinary, practice based curriculum that cous 
the study of many media and encourages art practice centered on the representation « of ideas 

through the medium, or combination of media, most appropriate to that idea. In eee courses - 
students present, perform and produce work. 


GETTING STARTED 

WITH SOUND IN MAX 

(ONLINE COURSE) 

Learn to understand digital concepts 
and build Max patches [self-contained 
programs] from the ground up, 

while designing a portfolio of sound 


controllers, sequencers, synthesizers, 


samplers and a wide array of sound 
processors, all which can be used 

for live performance. Patches will 
reflect your own interests, tastes and 
background. One-on-one help will be 
provided. Academic discounts on 
Max 5 are available. No previous 
experience with audio, music or MAX 
is required. http://www.jeweltonel6. 
org/SoundWithMaxMSP 


MPSM 212 1.5CR 

Section 01: (Jul 16-Aug 31) 

Online Course 

Judy Dunaway 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $555 


This workshop i is for artists, ean 
and activists interested in non-tradi- 
tional mapping and working creatively 
and collaboratively within a variety 
of community and environmental 
contexts. Students will participate in 
two alternative mapping projects, one 
individual and one small group “field 
project,” to investigate and map an 
issue of local concern. We will conclude 
with a group brainstorming session 
where participants present their 

own ideas for alternative mappings. 
No previous mapping experience 

is necessary. 


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Section 01: Sat Ae Sunt 
(Jun 23, 24) 10am-4pm 
Ma if rie Cieri 


Workshop Fee: $225 


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Participants contribute one or 

more of their skills in photography, 
writing, audio production/editing, 
video production/editing, illustration, 
animation, graphic design, interaction 
design, information architecture, 
archival research, etc. as they weave 
their contributions into a cohesive 
audiovisual hyper-textual group 
project to be published online at the 
conclusion of the course. Prerequisites: 
Students must have experience in one 
or more of the following; video produc- 
tion and editing, audio production and 
editing, creative non-fiction writing, 
illustration, graphic-design, animation, 
or interaction design. 


MPSM 343 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jul 10-Aug 16) 6:30-10pm 

and 3 Saturdays 

(July 14, 28, Aug 4) 9am-3pm 
David Tamés 

Undergraduate course Fee: $1,110 
Graduate Course Fee: $2,010 


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LIBERAL ARTS 


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History of Art 


INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY: 
THE WESTERN TRADITION 
Beginning with basic definitions of 
art and considerations of how and 
why it is studied, lectures will intro- 
duce students to many of the most 
significant monuments in the Western 
canon, as well as to a large number of 
the major movements, personalities, 
technologies, and intellectual trends 
which have helped to shape the 
history of visual culture in the West. 
Art History 100 offers first-year 
students a shared experience which 
will prepare them for introductory and 
specialized courses in other Western 
and non-Western fields. 


HART 100 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(May 22-Jul 5) 5:30-8:30pm 
Catherine O’Reilly 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


17TH CENTURY BAROQUE ART 
This course will explore the works 

of major artists in the seventeenth 
century in Italy, the Netherlands, 
Spain, and France. The work of Cara- 
vaggio, Bernini, Rubens, Rembrandt, 
Vermeer, Velazquez, Poussin, and 
others will be examined in relation to 
religion and politics. Special emphasis 
will be placed on the widespread 
diffusion of Baroque trends, which 
was stimulated not only by ongoing 
artistic dialogues, but also trade, 
exploration, and colonization. 


HART 232 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(Jun 4-21) 9am-12:30pm 

Carrie Anderson 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


17TH CENTURY 

DUTCH PAINTING 

We focus on the paintings and culture 
of the Dutch Republic during its 
“Golden Age”: 1600-1675. Topics to 
be considered include Dutch Man- 
nerism; the school of Utrecht; Hals 
and developments around him in 
Haarlem; Rembrandt and the Rem- 
brandt Research Project; associates, 
pupils and followers of Rembrandt; 
Vermeer, the School of Delft and 
other genre painters; and Ruisdael, 
Hobbema and landscape painting. 


HART 331 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(Jul 9-26) 9am-12:30pm 

Carrie Anderson 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,785 


20TH CENTURY RUSSIAN ART 
(ONLINE COURSE) 

This course is an overview of Russian 
and Soviet art from the end of the 
19th century until the collapse of 
the Soviet Union in 1991, covering 
the major developments, styles, and 
trends in visual and performing arts. 
The course concentrates on avant- 
garde art from 1900-1930 when, 
due to an unprecedented uplift of 
intellectual and artistic spirit, Russia 
became a European leader in the 
arts. The cultural reality and artistic 
developments of the times are 
examined in relationship to social 
and political conditions. 


HART 283 3CR 

Section 01: (June 4-Jul 20) 
Online Course 

Anahit Ter-Stepanian 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


AMERICAN ART AND 

VISUAL CULTURE: 

1600 TO THE PRESENT 

A survey of American painting, 
architecture, sculpture, prints, and 
photography from 1600 to the 
present, covering a wide range of 
movements including Early American 
Art, Native American Art, Civil War 
era photography, Gilded Age painting 
and architecture, the Ashcan School, 
Early American Modernism, Region- 
alism, Surrealism, Abstract Expres- 
sionism, Earth Art, and Public Art. 
The class examines style, technique, 
and iconography in their historical 
and cultural contexts, considering 
the political, social, and intellectual 
climates articulated in the arts, 
including systems of patronage and 
public reception. Includes visits to 
museums and institutions. 


HART 231 3CR 

Section 01: Wed 

(May 23-Aug 15) 6:30-9:45pm 
Melissa Renn 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY OF 
ANCIENT MESOAMERICA 

This course explores the arts and 
cultures of the Olmec, Teotihuacan, 
Maya, Toltec, Aztec, and other ancient 
civilizations of Mexico and Guatemala 
from 3000 BC to the Spanish conquest 
of 1521. Special emphasis is given to 
the formation of religious ideologies 
and to the processes of urbanization, 
state development, and decline. 

We also will consider the legacy of 
ancient Mesoamerica to modern and 
contemporary art and culture in the 
Americas. Regular visits to the Art of 
the Americas Mesoamerican exhibit at 
the BMFA will be integrated into each 
week's classes. 


HART 240 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(Jun 4-21) 9:30am-lpm 

Peg Turner 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


PLEASE NOTE: Students who 
wish to audit History of Art 
and Liberal Arts classes pay a 
reduced fee of $325. The fee 
applies to on-site classes only. 
For more information, please 
contact the Continuing Educa- 
tion office (617) 879-7200 or 
email ce@massart.edu. 


CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC 
ART AND ARCHITECTURE 

We explore the history of Islamic 
art from its emergence in Arabia 

in the seventh century to the end 
of the seventeenth century. With 
an approach of “why” and “how” 
rather than “what” and “when,” 
students concentrate on religious 
and secular art and architecture of 
diverse styles and cultures spread 
throughout the Middle Eastern 
region. Participants look at the arts 
of the book (painting, calligraphy), 
textiles, ceramics, and architecture. 


HART 257 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(May 30-Jul 18) 6-9pm 

Amity Law 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


ARTS OF AFRICA 

This class is a survey of the rich and 
diverse artistic heritage of the vast 
continent of Africa, from the distant 
past to the post-modern present. 
The class uses a thematic approach, 
allowing for an exploration of ideas 
that cut across many cultural zones. 
Case studies provide a more complex 
view of artworks, their aesthetic 
and their communicative/symbolic 
functions within specific societies at 
a particular point in time. Slides that 
students must know about will be 
posted for the final. 


HART 260 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 19) 2-5pm 

Jean Borgati 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


FOLK ART, FOLK CRAFT, 

AND MATERIAL CULTURE 

This course introduces major analytic 
approaches and issues in the study 
of traditional expressive behavior 
that employs artifacts. The class 
explores how cultural groups use 
material expression to articulate 
worldview, values, and social relations, 
and considers such diverse forms of 
folk art as the scrimshaw carved by 
whalers, gravestones in Colonial New 
England, Hmong storycloths, Hopi 
Katsina, graffiti around the world, 
and Samoan tattooing. 


HART 337 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 19) 6:30-9:30pm 

Tim Correll 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,785 


PAINTING AND 

THE CINEMATIC IMAGE 

This course is about the relationship 
between painting and film and their 
influence on each other. The topics of 
discussion include: expressionism 
and surrealism in painting and film; 
cubism and film montage; chiaroscuro 
(light and shadow) from Caravaggio 
to Bergman; portrait and the close- 
up; landscape in painting and film; 
and the drawings of movie directors. 


HART 384 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Thu 

(Jul 30-Aug 16) 9am-12:30pm 
Inga Karetnikova 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,785 


HISTORY OF SOUND ART 
(ONLINE COURSE) 

Imagine sound pieces created with 
bells hung from clouds, a piano filled 
with nails/bolts/nuts/screws, a floor 
covered with old LPs, or only the 
echo of a space. The course examines 
works by 2Oth century artists who 
have created significant relationships 
between the aural domain and other 
areas of thought and perception. 

No previous experience with sound 
or music is needed. Students must 
have the ability to play MP3s on their 
computer. Headphones or external 
speakers are required. 


HART 289 3CR 

Section O1: (May 29-Jul 13) 
Online Course 

Judy Dunaway 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


MassArt.edu/ce for updates and current information. 


Liberal Arts 


Writing 


WRITTEN COMMUNICATION 

As an introduction to essay writing, 
this course will require six to eight 
writing assignments, concentrating 
on the expository and critical essay, 
as well as writing in the rhetorical 
modes and a research paper. Students 
will also read, discuss and write about 
outstanding pieces of prose, poetry, 
fiction, and a film. 


LALW 100 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(June 4-July 18) 2-5pm 
Sara-Anne Thomas 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


MEMOIR WRITING 

Re-create your life in art and words. 
Students will produce their own 
memoirs using images and written 
language. We will also discuss recent 
graphic memoirs. 


LALW 215 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 18) 5:30pm-8:30pm 
Carol Dine 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


THE ART OF THE PERSONAL 
ESSAY: WHERE MEMORY AND 
IMAGINATION SPEAK 

Join us for an opportunity to recon- 
nect with your writing. We will explore 
the modest personal essay in many 
forms: food, travel, nature, spiritual, 
memoir and humorous essays. No 
writing experience required. 


LALW 216 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 19) 5:30-8:30pm 
Jeanette Eberhardy 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


WRITING POEMS 

The student will write serious, artful 
poems. Meetings involve individual 
discussion of student's work. 


LALW 400 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 19) 1-4pm 

Ted Richer 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,785 


CHILDREN’S BOOKS: 

HOW TO WRITE THEM, 

HOW TO PUBLISH THEM 

This course is for aspiring writers in 
general as well as those who want to 
write specifically for children. Through 
lectures, discussions, writing assign- 
ments and individual student projects, 
novice writers enter the world of 
children’s literature. More advanced 
writers or poets have an opportunity 
to expand their writing skills in the 
genre, or continue a project they 
have started. The questions of author 
publisher-agent relationship, publicity, 
royalties, and the current market are 
also explored. 


LALW 401 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Fri 

(Jul 30-Augl7) 9am-12noon 

Leon Steinmetz 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,785 


History and 
Social Science 


MUSTORY OF CIVILIZATION: 
BELIEF SYSTEMS AND CULTURES 
(ONLINE COURSE) 

This course introduces major civiliza- 
tions and cultural traditions around 
the world, surveying those that existed 
in the Middle East, India, Far East, 
Europe, Africa, and America before 
the arrival of Europeans. The focus is 
on belief systems-philosophy, religion, 
and spiritual traditions-that emerged 
from various civilizations and shaped 
their course of development. 


LASS 201 3CR 

Section 01: (Jun 4-July 20) 
Online Course 

Michal Pak 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


THE MAKING OF 

THE MODERN MIDDLE EAST 
(ONLINE COURSE) 

Starting at the conclusion of World 
War 1, we explore the development of 
each Middle Eastern country's unique 
identity and history, and how they 
interact with one another and with 
the outside world today. We examine 
the differences between Sunni and 
Shii Muslims, minorities such as 
Druze, Christians, Alawis, Alevis, and 
Ismailis, and the differences between 
Jews, Arabs, Turks, Persians and 
Kurds. The impact of the Arab-Israeli 
conflict, oil, the war in Irag, and the 
rise of political Islam throughout the 
region are considered. 


LASS 222 3CR 

Section 01: (May 31-Jul 2) 

Online Course 

Randy Geller 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT 
(ONLINE COURSE) 

Explore the origins and development 
of one of the most intractable con- 
flicts of our time. Examine relations 
between Arabs and Jews under 

the Ottoman and British Empires 
between 1882 and 1948, and war, 
the prospects for peace, and the 
peace process after the foundation 
of the state of Israel in 1948. Study 
the diplomatic and military options 
each side has used, the impact of oil, 
religious fundamentalism, political 
militancy, and prospects for a 
peaceful resolution. 


LASS 304 3CR 

Section 01: (Jul 9-Aug 6) 

Online Course 

Randy Geller 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


INTRODUCTION TO FOLKLORE 
(ONLINE COURSE) 

Students are introduced to various 
genres of folklore and the methods 
of studying them. Participants learn 
about how folklore exists or existed 
as a dynamic part of everyday life- 
esthetically, behaviorally, politically, 
socially, and more. We consider such 
diverse forms of expressions as 
Indonesian Cinderella tales, Italian 
American festivals, Irish supernatural 
legends, baseball luck beliefs, and 
Chinese-American funerary tradi- 
tions. Students will document, classi- 
fy, and analyze traditional expressive 
behavior as it pertains to them and 
to others. The role of folk tradition 
as it relates to ethnicity, identity, and 
acculturation is explored. 


LASS 204 3CR 

Section O1: (Jun 4-Jul 20) 

Online Course 

Tim Correll 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


SOURCES OF SELF AND 
IDENTITY (ONLINE COURSE) 
Students explore the changing con- 
ceptions of the individual in modern 
society. Topics include gender, race, 
ethnicity, and ideas concerning 
society, culture, work, and leisure. 
Readings are selected from psychol- 
ogy, sociology, Buddhism, existential- 
ism, linguistics, anthropology, and 
popular literature. While we focus on 
the experiences in and of the modern 
West (including the implications of 
new technology and science for the 
self and identity), we also compare 
and contrast these experiences with 
those of other cultures and epochs. 


LASS 310 3CR 

Section 01: (Jun 5-July 20) 
Online Course 

Michal Pak 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


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Science 


NATURAL HISTORY AND 

AL ILLUSTRATION 
Students are introduced to biological 
forms of plants and animals through 
art and direct observation in the field. 
Through examination, illustration, 
microscopy, and some photography, 
we study anatomical, behavioral, and 
ecological similarities and differences 
between species. We utilize various 
media but focus on classical observa- 
tion and drawing techniques in the 
field. This course involves field trips 
to locales, such as the Middlesex 

Fells Reservation, the New England 
Aquarium, and The Harvard Museum 
of Natural History. 


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LAMS 229 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Tue 

(Jun 4-Jul 10) 9:30am-1:45pm (field 
trips may be on Mondays or Tuesdays 
and could be six hours or more. 

Sad! Nava 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


NOTE: This course may be taken for 
Illustration credit. Register for CDIL229. 


Literature 


LITERARY TRADITIONS 
Students explore the sources of 
culture through a survey of some of 
the literary masterpieces, from the 
ancient world to the 19th century. 
Readings include Gilgamesh, Genesis, 
The Iliad, Poems of Sappho, Monkey 
and Hamlet. 


LALW 200 3CR 

Section O1: Tue and Thu 

(June 5-Jul 19) 2-5pm 

Joshua Cohen 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


MONSTER MADNESS 

This is a round-up the usual suspects: 
the appalling and tragic monster 
and his equally appalling and tragic 
creator, the charismatic vampire and 
his bevy of vamps; a commonplace 
fellow who wakes up as a giant insect. 
More broadly, the class examines the 
idea of the monstrous, our shadow 
side that we refuse to acknowledge: 
physical monsters; monstrous actions 
(incest, murder, cannibalism); 
monstrous thoughts; and monstrous 
transformations of the soul. Books 
include Frankenstein, Dracula, 
Metamorphosis, ‘Tis Pity She's a 
Whore, and Grendel. 


LALW 301 3CR 

Section 01: Mon and Wed 

(Jun 4-Jul 18) 2-5pm 

Joshua Cohen 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $8 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,785 


MEN, WOMEN AND 

THE MYTH OF MASCULINITY 
Explore the idea of masculinity 

and how it is portrayed in literature 
from ancient times to the twenty-first 
century. We look at how men tradi- 
tionally view manhood, and men's 
attitudes toward women, since 
“masculinity” is usually defined in 
opposition to “femininity.” 


LALW 201 3CR 

Section O01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 19) 9am-12noon 
Joshua Cohen 

fdergraduate Course Fee: $885 


Y/THOLOGY AND LITERATURE 
LINE COURSE) 

sing texts ranging from The Bible 
and Homer's epics to contemporary 
literary works, this course introduces 
mythological approaches to such 
subjects as heroism, place, time, 
family, and human nature. 


LALW 209 3CR 

Section O01: (June 4-July 20) 
Online Course 

Elaine Mawhinney 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 


MassArt.edu/ce for updates and current information. 


WEIRD SISTERS: 

BRONTE SISTERS 

Students examine the Brontés' major 
works, including Jane Eyre, Wuthering 
Heights, and Villette. We also consider 
modern works inspired by the Brontés, 
including Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso 
Sea and my own H.: The Story of 
Heathcliff’s Journey Back to Wuther- 
ing Heights. In addition to a vigorous 
reading schedule, required work 
includes short response papers, a 
longer critical paper, reading exams, 
and a class presentation. 


LALW 217 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(June 5-Jul 19) 2-5pm 

ta Haire-Sargent 
Undérgraduate Course Fee: $885 


the influence of jazz music on 20th 
century writers, visual artists and 
film-makers. Watch Woody Allen's 
homage to Gershwin, Manhattan. 
Hear Harlem blues through the 
phonograph of Toni Morrison's Jazz. 
Read rhythms in Kerouac. Examine 
how these different kinds of artists 
appreciated each other, and how 
revolutionary movements in American 
culture are influenced by Jazz music. 


LALW 219 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(Jun 5-Jul 19) 6-9pm 
Christopher Ohge 
Undergraduate Course Fee: $885 


EDUCATION 


OSTON SKETCHBOOK 

uild on fundamental drawing 
concepts to create a unique and 
personal artist's sketchbook. This 
is ideal for the studio-deprived 
teacher, expanding each participant's 
drawing experience and form of 
personal expression. Line, value, 
shape, form, space, color, intent, and 
other elements are addressed using 
direct observation and invented and 
conceptual imagery. Methods and 
materials of drawing are explored 
through contemporary and historical 
perspectives. Different local site 
each week. 


AETE 307X 3CR 

Section 01: Mon-Fri 

(Jul 9-20) 9am-3:30pm 

Leslie Schomp 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


THE TEACHING ARTIST'S 
PORTFOLIO 

esigned for art educators and 
teaching artists who desire a like- 
minded community engaged in art 
making, students in this course 
search for ongoing connections 
between creating and teaching. 
Classroom goals and teaching styles 
in direct relation to how artists 
experience making, viewing, and 
learning are considered. This course 
further supports teachers in using 
their own art making, personal 
sources of inspiration, and reactions 
to works of art, in teaching. Students 
work in self-selected media in an 
interdisciplinary environment. 


AETE 309 3CR 

Section 01: Tue and Thu 

(May 29-Jun 28) 2-8pm 

Scott Alberg 

Undergraduate Course Fee: $960 
Graduate Course Fee: $1,860 


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There is increasing recognition in 

the business world that companies 
that will thrive in the future are the 
ones that will innovate radically and 
approach challenges creatively. Busi- 
nesses are in need of a more creative 
workforce in order to remain com- 
petitive. This course is for artists and 
designers who would like to develop 
skills in applying the creativity and 
mindset they nurtured and developed 
as an artist to the business world. 


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This unique program, developed 
jointly by MassArt and Bentley 
University, offers participants insight 
into the issues and workings of busi- 
ness. Over ten class days, students 
participate in lively lecture sessions 
that offer a condensed introduc- 
tion to the subject areas of an MBA 
including marketing, organizational 
behavior, finance, negotiations, and 
operations, woven together through 
the perspective of the history of 


business and business strategy. Then, 


in working sessions, participants put 
their creative skills and experience to 
use working on a live case study of 

a real strategic business problem or 
challenge presented by a participat- 
ing business. 


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Business classes are taught by Bent- 
ley faculty with working sessions led 
by MassArt faculty. Students work 

in groups, in collaboration with area 
businesses. Past business partners 
have included Fidelity Investments, 
Keyspan (National Grid), Constant 
Contact, Dunkin’ Donuts, the Harvard 
Bookstore and Hill Holiday. 


NC 140 NOT FOR CREDIT 
May 31-June 15, Evenings, weekends 
and some days. 

Tuition: $975 before May 15th; 
$1,050 thereafter. 


Media: Tech Tania is a series ‘of ee ee on media technology topics for media makers and artists. 
Sessions are organized by David Tames, hosted by MassArt's Dynamic Media Institute, and presented in 
collaboration with Professional and Continuing Education. For information on previous and upcoming sessions, 


visit mediatechtonic.com 


For more information and an application: Stephen Clark, 617-879-7168 or stephen.clark@massart.edu 


CREATIVE VACATION 

GRADES 4-9 

Creative vacation is a fun and chal- 
lenging program for young artists. 
Daily studio classes allow students 
to experience the rigor and excite- 
ment of art making, introducing 
techniques, skills and habits that 


are fundamental to successful work. 


Classes span a range of disciplines 
and interests for the young artist. 


JULY 9-20, 2012 

Morning Session: 8:30am-12:00pm 
Afternoon Session: 1:00am-4:30pm 
Half-Day fee: $590 

Full-Day fee: $1,180 


For further information about all these programs, go to MassArt.edu/youthprograms 


SUMMER INTENSIVES 

GRADES 10-12 

Summer Intensives are for high 
school students who are serious 
about their art work. A range of 
focused studios allow students to 
expand skills in specific disciplines, 
learn new techniques and build work 
for a portfolio. 


JULY 9-20, 2012 

Morning Session: 9:30am-1:00pm 
Afternoon Session: 1:30pm-5:00pm 
Half-Day fee: $590 

Full-Day fee: $1,180 


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SUMMER STUDIOS 

GRADES 11 AND 12 

This dynamic and engaging four 
week pre-college program attracts 
students from around the country 
and abroad. Students are immersed 
in art making and critical thinking, 
and develop the discipline required 
to achieve excellence in their artistic 
endeavors and produce work for 
their portfolios. Join this community 
of students and develop your artistic 
voice in a supportive as well as chal- 
lenging setting, with access to mate- 
rials and facilities rarely available to 
high school students. 


JULY 23-AUGUST 18, 2012 
Session: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 
Program Cost: $2,150 

Credit (if applicable) (3 credits): $510 
Residential (optional): $2,430* 
*(Includes all meals) 


Certificate Programs 


MassArt offers a number of rigorous certificate programs for students seeking expertise in a 
particular area without pursuing a full degree. Taught by MassArt’s undergraduate and graduate 
faculty, these certificates provide students with the solid professional skills and practice required 
for the workplace. Many students pursue admission to certificate programs by first enrolling in 
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and strengthen a portfolio for later review and admission to either a certificate or degree program. 


GRAPHIC DESIGN CERTIFICATE 
Our Graphic Design Certificate Pro- 
gram (GDC) is for working adults who 
seek to gain the skills and portfolio 
necessary to launch a graphic design 
career. A rigorous program with an 
excellent reputation in the design 
community, GDC focuses on develop- 
ing strong skills for visual communi- 
cation and real-world design problem 
solving that can be applied to a range 
of media including branding, publica- 
tions, web, mobile, environmental 
graphics, etc. The program consists 
of 13 courses totaling 38 credits, and 
usually takes 3 years to complete. For 
admissions requirements please see 
MassArt.edu/ce. 


FASHION DESIGN CERTIFICATE 
The Fashion Design Certificate 
Program (FDC) is designed for those 
who wish to advance their skills or 
careers in the fashion industry. The 
certificate consists of ten courses 
including fundamentals and master 
classes. Classes are offered ona 
rotating schedule allowing students 
a flexible schedule to complete the 
FDC in two years or more. One or 
two foundation classes are offered 
each semester to prepare students 
for the program's master classes 
taught by experts in their field. Stu- 
dents will develop individual projects 
in computer-aided design, Haute 
Couture, Ready-to-Wear, Bespoke 
Tailoring, Textile Design and Product 
Development. 


INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CERTIFICATE 
The Industrial Design Certificate 
Program (IDC) is a streamlined pro- 
gram for students who hold a prior 
degree in another discipline and now 
wish to enter the industrial design 
profession. The program consists of 
17 three-credit courses (51 credits). 
Several courses, primarily the com- 
petency electives, may be trans- 
ferred into the program or waived 
upon review. Study is part-time and 
most courses meet during the day. 
Students with no portfolio should 
take Industrial Design Form, a course 
that may be transferred into the 
program if accepted. 


FURNITURE DESIGN CERTIFICATE 


A unique collaboration between Massachusetts College of Art and Design and North Bennet Street School. 


The Furniture Design Certificate Program is structured around the importance of design as an iterative process 
in the creation of studio furniture and the development of each student as an artist/designer and craftsperson. 
Students who pursue this certificate will have the ability to design and build unique studio furniture and limited 
production pieces, design and build prototype furniture and have a basic understanding of issues, materials 
and production of furniture that would constitute an introduction to working in the area of contract furniture. 


Faculty is comprised of accomplished woodworkers, designers and craftsmen who are also experienced educa- 
tors. Faculty draw on their experience and expertise to guide students through projects of increasing complex- 
ity, helping students build skills in design and hand and machine woodworking. 


Eight core courses, complemented by two studio electives, are structured to build skills while developing each 
student's unique vision and artistic identity. Beginning with a foundation in design process and an overview 

of the history of furniture, students then engage in a series of studios where they are able to build projects 

of increasing sophistication and complexity. The program culminates in a significant project reflective of the 
student's capabilities at the time of graduation along with a Professional Practice seminar for students to more 
easily transition to the work place and understand design industry standards and practices. 


For a full program description go to MassArt.edu/ce or call Stephen Clark at 617-879-7168. 


Ue. MassArt.edu/ce for updates and current information. 


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conjunction with the college. Students enrolled in a continuing education class may take advantage 
of academic, financial and other resources and benefits as they apply. For a complete description of 
all PCE policies and campus resources, please visit MassArt.edu/ce. 


HOW TO REGISTER 
Students may register on the web, by 
mail, by fax, by phone, or in person. 


ONLINE WEB REGISTRATION 
Students are encouraged to register 
online. Visit MassArt.edu/ce to sign up 
and pay for classes. 


MAIL 

Send your completed registration 

with check or credit card information 
(MasterCard or Visa) to: 

Professional and Continuing Education 
Massachusetts College of Art and 
Design 

621 Huntington Avenue 

Boston, MA 02115 USA 


FAX 

Fax your registration to (617) 879-7171. 
Include your MasterCar d or Visa card 
number and expiration date on the 
registration form. 


WALK-IN REGISTRATION 
Register during our regular continuing 
education office hours: 

Mon-Thu, 9am-/pm; Fri, 9am-5pm 


PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 

It's easy to get to MassArt. The Green 
Line ‘E' train at the Longwood/Hospitals 
stop is directly in front of the college. 
The #39 bus stops here as well, and the 
college is a short walk from the Ruggles 
Orange Line station. 


PARKING 

Continuing Education provides limited 
free parking for students on the day of 
class at the Mindoro Street lot, a five to 
eight minute walk to MassArt. The lot is 
staffed with an attendant and shuttle 
service is available between the lot and 
MassArt daily from 7am-llpm. Students 
also may pay for parking for the day of 
their class at the Ward Street lot directly 
across Huntington Avenue. For more 
information and to pick up the required 
forms, please stop by the Continuing 
Education office (Mon-Thu, 9am-7pm; 
Fri, 9am-—5pm) or call (617) 879-7200. 
There are also parking garages in the 
area and metered on-street parking. 


REFUND POLICY 

To obtain a refund, complete a drop 
form available in the continuing educa- 
tion office or go to inside.massart.edu. 
Mail, fax, or email your signed written 
request by the deadline. No drop or 
refund requests are accepted by phone. 
Refunds are issued after the add/drop 
period by the business office. Process- 
ing requires at least six weeks. 


Credit course refund: 100% of the 
course fee when dropped the day be- 
fore the second class meeting. 
Non-credit workshop refunds: 100%of 
the course fee when dropped one week 
prior to the workshop start date. 
Independent Study: 100% of the course 
fee when dropped before the first 
meeting date indicated on the Indepen- 
dent Study form. 


There are no partial refunds. Visit 
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EMERGENCY CLOSING AND 
CLASS CANCELLATION 
Cancellation of classes is announced on 
a variety of radio and TV stations. Visit 
MassArt.edu/ce for a list of stations. A 
decision to cancel evening classes will 
be made prior to 2:30pm. 


SPECIAL NEEDS 

The Americans with Disabilities Act 

of 1990 (ADA) protects physically and 
mentally disabled persons from dis- 
crimination by requiring the provision 
of “reasonable accommodation" for 
those affect. If you feel you meet these 
requirements and need assistance, 
please notify the Continuing Education 
office by completing the Special Needs 
box on the registration form. MassArt 
is committed to assisting all qualified 
students who are in need of “reason- 
able accommodation.” 


NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY 
The college is committed to an admis- 
sions policy that does not discriminate 
on the basis of race, creed, sexual 
orientation, gender, national or ethnic 
origin, marital status, veteran status, 
religion, age, or disability. We seek to 
provide opportunities and experience 
for all students on an equal basis. For 
information on reasonable accommoda- 
tions, please contact the Office of Civil 
Rights Compliance and Diversity at 
(617) 879-7060. 


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information on parking, Student ID's, 
Museum Admission, and more. 


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Week One July 15-21, 2012 


The 100 Drawings Challenge -U 
Still Life Painting © UL! 
Mixed Media Painting Fl 
Follow the Muse: Monotype/Monoprint with Akua Inks 


Landscape Painting 
Alternative Firing 


Week Two July 22-28, 2012 


Dean Nimmer 

Stanley Bielen 

Laurel Sparks 

Catherine Kernan 

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Bob Green 


The Mark and Beyond, Painting: A Doorway to Possibility ~ 
The Head Examined FUL. 

Painting: Light, Space and Visual Order 

Woodcut Printing 

B)isyeren (1 Ble- Wy lare) 

The Cutting Edge: A Papercutting Workshop 

A Sense of Place 

Handbuilt Ceramics 


Week Three July 29—August 4, 2012 


The Mark and Beyond, Painting: A Doorway to Possibility ~ 
Painting the Figure in Context 

Abstract Painting 

Working with Aquatint: Multiple Plate Color Prints 

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Nancy Friese 

Translating Nature: Open Air Painting 


Tim Hawkesworth/Lala Zeitlyn 
Catherine Kehoe 

Yuan Zuo 

Jim Lee 

Cullen Washington 

Beatrice Coron 

Vera lliatova 

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Tim Hawkesworth/Lala Zeitlyn 
Susan Lichtman 

Craig Taylor 

Peter Pettengill 

Aimee Lee 

Kamau Patton 

Nancy Friese 

Sarah Williams 


For full program details and to register online, go to: MassArt.edu/ane. 
For questions, please contact Nancy McCarthy nancy.mccarthy@massart.edu 
or (617) 879-7175 or Joe Doucette, joe.doucette@massart.edu or (617) 879-7165. 


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