February 2017 | Art School in Budapest Art School in Budapest: February 2017

Art school in Budapest art school in English Language with NVC Nonviolent Communication courses

Art school in Budapest  art school in English Language  with NVC Nonviolent Communication courses

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Upcoming Intensive Course

March 10th -11th 
Painting Explorations

The joy of expressing yourself with colors - a weekend workshop for adults and teens above 14

 If you long to awaken your creativity, have fun and try out new techniques  this is a workshop for you. Through using traditional and alternative painting materials, this workshop aims at helping you gain some technical knowledge, experience along with the joy of self expression.  Methods used in this course are related to Barbara Guttman's doctorate research in art education as well as the process of Marshall B. Rosenberg’s NVC (Nonviolent Communication).  Applications to this course will include all materials, tea and light snacks.  

3–6 students / 3 x 3 h

March 10th -11th:
Friday 18.15- 21.15 h
Saturday 10 - 13 h 14.30 - 17.30h  

Monday, February 13, 2017

Upcoming Intensive Course

Feb. 17 - 18  (Friday evening and Saturday)
&  Apr. 7 -9 & Jun.  5 - 9

  Live Drawing 
& Painting (intensive)

The most popular course at ASIB for adults and teens above 14 now in the form of intensive weekends as well

Whether you are professionally or non-professionally involved in arts, this course may be a fun and relaxed way to enforce your current knowledge and skills in 2D figure depiction. Learning in a small group will provide you with a lot of personal attention and thanks to special teaching-learning methods we nourish at ASIB you will have a chance to learn having a curricula specially design to meet your personal level, needs and interest.  
During the lessons a model (including nude) will be set and you will be encouraged to make sketches, small drawings and paintings in a technique of your choice and expand the knowledge of your visual expression while keeping your own unique handwriting. You will be able to bring nearly any traditional or non traditional drawing and/or painting materials (turpentine, oil paints and sprays excluded) and ask for guidance about how to use techniques, how to draw/paint what you see, how to represent depth, tones, how to play with composition, focus of attention, and much more. Beside acquiring traditional knowledge of figure painting and/or drawing you will also have an opportunity to explore and expand the language of your visual self-expression.  Applications to this course will include tea and light snacks as well as model's fee . (4–7 students /  3 x 3 h )

 Feb. 17th - 18th 
Friday 18.15 - 21.15 h (arrival from  18h) 
Saturday 10 - 13 and 14.15 - 17.15h (arrival from 9.45 h) 

Application closing February 15th, Wednesday ! 
To apply please write to artschoolbudapest@gmail.com or call 20 467 5051

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

How To Shop For Art Materials


Saturday, February 11th

15 - 16.30 h (arrival 14.40 - 15)
at Art School in Budapest

New term with three new courses has started this week and it is time to go shopping in the local art supply store. This lecture is prímerély designed to help ASIB students learn how to choose brushes, papers, paint, pencils, charcoal and much more, but it is also guest friendly, child friendly and dog friendly.  Hence you are all welcome to  a 60 minute long lecture followed with 30 minutes space for questions and answers offered by Barbara Guttman, a professional artist and founder and educator at Art School in Budapest. Complementary herbal tea and snacks will be served.

Number of places will be limited to 15. Spots will be filled in the order of application at the following document: http://doodle.com/poll/2ykst88ytaa77wd2 (please fill in your name and click the circle right to your name)

Lecture will start at 15 h. Please make sure to arrive between 14.40 - 15 h

Current and former ASIB students: free.  
Other participants are ask to donate between 1000 - 3000 Ft.  Donations will be collected  to buy food for Caledonia Soup Kitchen (cooking for homeless).

For any further questions please write to artschoolbudapest@gmail.com or call +36 20 467 5051

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