Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Art Makers Denver



I'm very excited to be an instructor at the first annual Art Makers Denver!
Artwise, there's not much I enjoy more than sharing knowledge and technique in a workshop situation. Denver is exploding with new art-learning opportunities, and Art Makers Denver is pulling out all the stops to make their September event friendly, affordable, and invaluable.

From their website:

"ArtMakers Denver presents three days of innovative art workshops to “creatives” worldwide.
Attendees will experience an artistic “broadening”, learning from a hand-picked faculty of renowned art instructors. Experience the spirit of artistic discovery in a variety of mediums and materials, while exploring a wide range of techniques."



It will be in the historic McNichols Civic Center Building, right across the park from the Denver Art Museum and Denver Public Library. Read all about it at https://www.facebook.com/artmakersdenver

...and you've got until the end of February to take advantage of their Early Bird Special!

There are great workshop offerings from an amazing group of instructors.
For my part, I'll be teaching three different workshops that can be taken individually, or as a three-day sequence designed to help you build your illustrative style.

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“Workshops will begin at 9a.m. and run until 4 p.m. each day.
All workshops are one full glorious day of art making with your favorite instructors!
There will be an hour break for a scrumptious catered box lunch on Sunday and Monday.
On Tuesday lunch will come to you—some of Denver’s finest food trucks line up right outside our door in Civic Center Park! Vouchers will be provided—this is a real treat, but the trick will be deciding whose lunch fare to try!
At 4 p.m. we mix—we mingle—we show off our creations of the day!
Then you’re on your own to dine and take in the sights and sounds of our beautiful downtown Denver!”

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