Developing Your Personal Imagery-Multi-Discipline Course
July 18 - July 22, 2011
Artists universally struggle with questions like "What do I want to say?" "How can I say what I want to? ", and "What does my work mean?" Investigation into one's own imagery happens before, during and after the artmaking process. The choice of objects, forms, space, color, light and dark are only a few of the elements of the individual language that artists constantly develop and understand. This course is designed to help you get in touch with your personal imagery, connect to its content (meaning), and develop visual skills to express yourself. Through a series of exercises using a variety of 2-D and 3-D materials and techniques you will have the opportunity to discover more about yourself and your artwork.
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s week-long intensives allow you to fully immerse yourself in artmaking. Register now for Continuing Education July courses.