Peninsula School of Art offers programs for students of all levels and abilities. They feature an appropriate mixture of exercises, lectures, demonstrations, power point/slide presentations, along with plenty of hands-on experience.
All programs are listed at the minimum level of experience required. If you need help deciding if a workshop is right for you, please call our staff at 920.868.3455.
A Skill Level I workshop requires no prior art making experience. Beginning with the foundations, instruction will include explanation of materials, vocabulary, and design principles.
A Skill Level II workshop requires basic experience and training in the medium, such as a previous workshop(s). Developing technique, as well as design and compositional skills will be emphasized.
A Skill Level III workshop requires a facility with the techniques and tools of the medium, developed drawing and design skills, and the ability to work independently. Constructive critiques will provide feedback on technical and conceptual directions for future work.
A Skill Level IV workshop requires experience, confidence, and competency in the medium and developed design skills. Artistic growth, including technical and conceptual challenges, will be emphasized through independent working time, group discussion, and critique.