Winter & Spring Studio Courses

Join us at our Museum and the The Roberta M. Golding Visual Art Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center for Winter & Spring adult studio courses inspired by our special exhibitions on view! Experience our engaging small classes taught by professional teachers and active artists in the Tampa Bay community. Our adult courses, ages 14 and up, are constructed for every skill level from beginning to advanced. Registration now open! Tampa Museum of Art studio courses are presented in partnership with Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa.

Sound fun? Please register here! See our available courses and course descriptions below for more details. For more information or questions regarding our new or existing studio art programs please contact Studio Programs Assistant at Jessica.hatfield@tampamuseum.org.

 

Courses located at the Tampa Museum of Art

 

Action Shots: The F Stops Here!

Wednesdays, February 22-March 15, 1-3p

Join us with your own DSLR camera in this exciting four class photography & operation course on how to capture movement and far distances. Catch it before it’s gone!

Ages 16 +, For all levels from beginning to advanced

Golding-Scher Classroom

Members Pay: $140

Non-Members Pay: $165

This class will be instructed by Dr. Greg LeSar, filmmaker & lecturer, from the University of Tampa in the department of communications.

 

 

Plein Aire Watercolor Painting

Session 1: Wednesdays, March 8-March 29, 9–11:30a

Or Session 2: Wednesdays, April 5-April 26, 9–11:30a

Students will be delighted to venture outdoors in this four-session course to paint in nature’s truest light, inspired by the cheerful, sunny landscapes of Alex Katz.

Ages 18 +, For all levels from beginning to advanced

Golding-Scher Classroom

Members Pay: $145

Non-Members Pay: $170

Plein Aire Watercolor Required Supplies

This course will be taught by Liz Halloran, who’s been in Art Education for the past 16 years. She received her training from Rhode Island College and University of Rhode Island.

 

Standing Paper People

Session 1: Fridays, March 10-March 31, 9:30a-12p

Or Session 2: Fridays, April 7–May 5, 9:30a-12:00p

*Note: Off April 14th

Bigger is better! This four class series gives students the opportunity to construct and finish large-scale, figurative sculptures inspired by Alex Katz’s freestanding folks.

Ages 14 +, For all levels from beginning to advanced

Busch Classroom

Members Pay: $145

Non-Members Pay: $170

*Required Supplies List TBD

This course will be taught by Cora Waterhouse, and artist and art teacher with over 35 years of experience, working in the visual arts. Cora is just returning from living in Southeast Asia for 5 years.

 

Athletic Figure Drawing: The Naturally Sculpted Body

Sundays, March 19-April 9, 2:00-4:00p

Figure drawing at its finest! Participants have the opportunity to learn gestural & structural approach to the muscular model in this four-part life drawing course.

Ages 18 +, For all levels from beginning to advanced

Busch Classroom

Members Pay: $160

Non-Members Pay: $185

*Required Supplies List TBD

This course will be taught by Perry deVick Bentley. She is a teaching artist, who received her MA in Art Education at Savannah College of Art and Design as well as her BFA in Illustration at Ringling College of Art and Design.

 

Courses located at The Roberta M Golding Visual Art Center at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center

 

Modern Mixed Media Techniques

Session 1: Wednesdays, March 8-March 29, 3:30- 5:30p

Or Session 2: Wednesdays, April 26–May 17, 3:30-5:30p

This course has it all in only four sessions! A little bit of painting, collaging, printmaking and more, inspired by the modern, clean lines of Alex Katz.

Ages 14 +, For all levels from beginning to advanced

Multi Media Room

Members Pay: $140

Non-Members Pay: $165

*Required Supplies List TBD

This course will be taught by Susan Fredricks, who received her BFA in Printmaking from Pacific Northwest College of Art. She’s also interned for the USF Graphic Studio Institute for Research in Art.

 

Action Shots: The F Stops Here!

Fridays, March 17–April 7, 3:30- 5:30p

Join us with your own DSLR camera in this exciting four class photography & operation course on how to capture movement and far distances. Catch it before it’s gone!

Ages 16 +, For all levels from beginning to advanced

Multi Media Room

Members Pay: $140

Non-Members Pay: $165

*Required Supplies List TBD

This class will be instructed by Dr. Greg LeSar, filmmaker & lecturer, from the University of Tampa in the department of communications.

 

Drawing for Painting in Motion!

Saturdays, March 18– April 8, 10a-12:30p

Ever wonder how artists capture motion? Practicing gestural and constructive drawing techniques with moving subjects will then develop into acrylic paintings, all within four classes.

Ages 14 +, For all levels from beginning to advanced

Multi Media Room

Members Pay: $145

Non-Members Pay: $170

*Required Supplies List TBD

This class will be taught by Earl Speid, who received his BA in Illustration & Animation from Parsons School of Design as well as his MA in Art Education from Kean University.

 

Portraits in Print Workshop

Fridays, April 21-May 5, 11a-3p

This course isn’t for the faint of heart. This three-part, intensive printmaking workshop is inspired by Alex Katz’s monochromatic & color portraits, using a variety of expert techniques.

Ages 16 +, For intermediate to advanced levels

Multi Media Room

Members Pay: $235

Non-Members Pay: $260

*Required Supplies List TBD

This course will be taught by Susan Fredricks, who received her BFA in Printmaking from Pacific Northwest College of Art. She’s also interned for the USF Graphic Studio Institute for Research in Art.