BSA offers a selection of short courses ranging from four to twelve weeks, on a diverse range of visual arts subjects and mediums, with experienced teachers who are nationally-recognised practicing artists.
NEW - 'A Year of Painting with BSA' - As well as our other short courses and workshops, BSA will offer painting classes every Monday through term times in 2018, with a different teacher each term. These are designed to offer a more immersive, continuous painting course to develop and improve your painting skills. Students may enrol for the whole year, or just by the term as they would with any other short course. The first 8-week session will be Introduction to Painting with Dale Rhodes.
All classes are held at 112 Dalley Street, MULLUMBIMBY
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0487 362 141
ZOM OSBORNE & MICHELLE DAWSON I LIFE DRAWING (LD1801)
START DATE CHANGED TO 27 FEBRUARY Drawing is a fundamental component of any art practice, and working from the model is a great way to learn to draw through observation. Working through a wide variety of drawing exercises over 8 weeks, Zom and Michelle will work with you to develop or improve your drawing skills. Suitable for all levels. MORE INFO
Dates | 8 Tuesday evenings 6.00pm - 8.30pm, 27 February - 10 April 2018
Course fee: $380.00
2018 VISUAL ARTS INTRODUCTION COURSE (VAI1801)
START DATE CHANGED TO 9 MARCH - The BSA Visual Arts Introduction Course is a 12-week course offering a structured program to introduce students to the fundamentals of contemporary art through observational drawing, design elements, materials, colour theory, and more. No previous experience necessary. MORE INFO
Dates | 12 Fridays 10.00am - 3.00pm, 9 March - 8 June 2018
Course fee: $950.00
MICHAEL CUSACK I EXPERIMENTAL DRAWING (ED1801)
In this five-week course students will explore the move from drawing to painting with a particular focus on mixed media and experimentation. Using a range of drawing and painting techniques, and thinking about composition, mark-making, and materiality, students will begin to work in a series and be guided through working on both small format to large scale compositions. MORE INFO
SORRY - THIS COURSE IS NOW FULL - Please contact us to be added to the waiting list
Dates | 5 Tuesdays 10:00am - 2:30pm, 13 March - 10 April 2018 l Course fee: $350.00
MICHELLE DAWSON I THE ART OF ILLUSTRATION (AI1801)
A four-week introductory course in the Art of Illustration. Over four Thursday mornings, participants will receive an introduction to book illustration, develop a storyboard and create final artworks to illustrate a set text in their own style and chosen medium. MORE INFO
The course will require participants to work on their projects between classes.
Dates | 4 Thursday mornings, 9.30am to 12.30pm, 1 - 22 February 2018
Course fee: $225.00
DALE RHODES I INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING (IP1802)
THIS COURSE IS NOW FULL - Please contact the school to be added to the waiting list.
This 8-week course will cover the foundational skills needed to paint portraits, still life, landscapes and more. It will investigate which paint colours are really needed and which aren't, as well as mediums, brushes and all technical and equipment questions. MORE INFO
This course is the first part of our 'Year of Painting' course at BSA.
Dates | 8 Mondays, 10.00am to 2.30pm, 12 February - 9 April 2018
Course fee: $565.00
A YEAR OF PAINTING WITH BSA
As well as our other short courses and workshops, BSA will offer painting classes every Monday through term times in 2018, with a different teacher each term. This is designed to be a more immersive, continuous course style to develop and improve your painting skills. Students may enrol for the whole year, or just by the term as they would with any other short course. The first 8-week session will be Introduction to Painting with Dale Rhodes. James Guppy will facilitate the sessions in Term 2, with teachers for Terms 3 and 4 to be confirmed. MORE INFO
Course fee: $565.00 (5% discount applies if paying for the whole year in advance)
Dates | 8 Mondays, 10.00am to 2.30pm
Term 1: 12 February - 9 April | Term 2: 7 May - 2 July | Term 3: 6 August - 24 September | Term 4: 22 October - 10 December