Learn how to look at and appreciate the variety of styles, media, and subjects of modern and contemporary art.
Examine sculpture in the nation’s capital as an expression of nationalism, civic pride, and freedom of expression.
This course provides an introduction to and exploration of relief printing on Vandercook presses. (Graduate level)
This intermediate/ advanced course is an exposure to traditional and experimental methods of hand papermaking, with an emphasis on papermaking as an expressive art medium. (Graduate level)
This non-credit workshop is designed for intermediate and advanced students who wish to refine their hand building or wheel skills.
learn to create ceramic tiles, experiment with various methods of tile production and surface effects through glazing and firing.
Meeting five mornings in a row, students will learn how to scan and import images and artwork and how to correct and adjust image tone and color. (Summer only)
Explore the basics of modern web development in this professional development workshop.
All sections full, waitlist only
Meeting five days in a row, students will learn how to create and modify basic drawings and type in Adobe Illustrator.
(3.0 credits or audit)
This course introduces students to Adobe Creative Suite and is the pre-requisite for most Digital Media and Graphic Design courses at the Corcoran.