Intermediate and advanced artists receive mentorship in creating a series of artworks tailored to the media and subject of your choice in this supportive workshop.
Artist Ellen Orseck provides mentorship for intermediate and advanced studio artists in this supportive workshop. Whether you prefer painting, drawing, collage or another medium, develop a series of artworks based on the subject and media of your choice. The instructor works with you to identify a personalized set of artistic goals. This workshop includes art-making complemented by critiques and studio visits. Stretch yourself creatively and find inspiration from others in this dynamic community. Some media limitations may apply.
Ellen Orseck, M.A., is a Houston-based artist whose artwork has been exhibited across Houston and Texas, as well as in New York City and Lima, Peru. She has been awarded several commissions from state art councils, corporate collections and private patrons and was a finalist for The Hunting Prize. Ms. Orseck is represented by Nicole Longnecker Gallery in Houston. Her education includes four years at the Glassell School of Art. She holds a master’s degree in painting from New York University and a master’s degree in museum education from George Washington University.
Term: Fall 2018
Start Date: Sept. 24, 2018
End Date: Nov. 12, 2018
Schedule: 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Length: Eight Mondays (including one off-campus field trip)
Location: Rice campus
Fee: $335 (Fee does not include cost of supplies, approximately $75–150 or more, but will vary depending on media and project selected.)
Rice Alumni: $302
Note: Participants are responsible for arranging their own transportation for the course field trip. Instructor approval is required to register for this course. Please see NOTE below.