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OCP 050-F20 | Play Your Way to Creative Success

OCP 050-F20 | Play Your Way to Creative Success

9/29-11/3 Online

Maximum Enrollment: 0 LBS

Course Description

img-5762.jpgCreative play and artistic triumph often go hand-in-hand, and the online platform can actually be a benefit to this kind of skill building and personal creative development!

Join us in a guided series of painting, drawing and collage games used by artists world-wide to loosen up their practice and infuse their art making with joy.

This class is suitable for artists at any level who want a designated time in their week to play and experiment in a supportive environment, and possibly create sketches, characters and color combinations that lead to a larger or more finished work down the road!

6 sessions:
Tuesdays, September 29 to November 3
6 pm -7 pm 


Tuition: $150

CEUs: n/a


Faculty: Jennifer Emrich is a printmaker who holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from the Maine College of Art. She is the Arts Essentialist instructor at Breakwater School, and also teaches workshops in healthy human sexuality, anti-racist relationships and models of anti-oppression for all ages. Her own art is most often inspired by the Maine landscape, her young students' free and joyful artwork, and a “found object/image” practice. She believes that a visual arts education is a necessary kind of cultural literacy as well as a liberating form of personal expression, and that everyone can be a visual artist, not just a “talented” few.



  • Colored pencils or markers
  • Sketch paper or notebook
  • Watercolor paper (or other heavy paper)
  • Watercolors (pencil, marker or palette)
  • Scissors
  • Glue or glue stick
  • Sharpie or other waterproof maker
  • Acrylic paints in red, blue and yellow - any brand will do!


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