NEW for Fall 2019! Instructor Michelle Lepler has designed and led workshops and classes for 20 years while working at other design positions in New York City and Long Island. Discover design concepts (sketching, research, planning and budgeting), illustration, measuring accurately, pattern making, construction and embellishing.
If you’ve always wanted to create your own clothing, costumes, accessories, and/or jewelry designs, this class will educate, encourage and provide professional tips to help you succeed. We will cover design concepts (sketching, research, planning and budgeting), illustration, measuring accurately, pattern making, construction (as needed) and embellishing.
The goal of RE-DESIGNING is to give an item new purpose while being ecologically friendly. The classes will cover: design concepts (sketching, research, planning & budgeting), illustration, measuring accurately, pattern/plan making, construction (as needed), embellishing, and the final results of making your NEW RE-DESIGNED item.
UNH Professional Development & Training offers a variety of non-credit, continuing education art programs led by the UNH Art Department faculty. Explore the attributes of drawing, painting, sculpting, welding & more. You can enroll at any time with flexible class formats that include one-day & multi-day workshops.
In this workshop we will explore color through materials such as: pastel, oil pastel, and colored pencils. We will use the observed natural world, still-life, and imagination for an experience in the wonders of color.
This 3-day workshop will introduce students to the process of reduction woodcut printing. It will cover the preparation of the woodblock, preparation of the printing paper, registration techniques, basic ink mixing, and multi-layered printing.
In this two-day intense drawing workshop we learn different ways to explore, understand, and record human form. Working from life models, we investigate the human figure as a form with inner anatomical structure and surface features.
Drawing the human head has long been a source of fascination and frustration for artists. This one-day workshop focuses on developing strategies for drawing a convincing portrait.
Learn the unique origin of Chinese characters, appreciate artistic calligraphy styles, and come away with some Chinese words to enrich our own visual language. The workshop goal is to broaden the understanding of language and the relationship between image and meaning.