Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop
Oct
19
to Oct 20

Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop

Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop
with Betty Franks Krause

This workshop has sold-out, join the waitlist
Date Sat-Sun, October 19 & 20 |  10 am - 4pm
Skill Level Beginners +  | Ages: 18 +
Cost $425* General | $415* NUMU Members (includes materials)

Explore the magic and beauty of painting an abstract field of flowers inspired by your imagination and memory led by Bay Area artist Betty Franks Krause. Over the course of this two-day workshop, you will discover the unique process of mark making and engage with a blend of writing and scratching tools to unveil countless approaches to create cohesive work with color and composition all while loosening up and losing yourself in the field of flowers.

About the Instructor:
Betty Franks Krause is a San Francisco Bay Area based abstract artist whose work is inspired by incorporating color and infusing it with feelings of happiness, joy and warmth. Learn more about Betty here and follow her on Instagram and Facebook.

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Art on Wheels | Creative Transportation
Oct
19
10:00 AM10:00

Art on Wheels | Creative Transportation

Art on Wheels | Creative Transportation

FREE ADMISSION WITH RSVP
Saturday, October 19th | 10am-2pm
Hosted by Vintage Electric Bikes
Event Location: 1725 De La Cruz Blvd Suite #4, Santa Clara
RSVP HERE

  • See and experience one-of-a-kind art on wheels: Cars, motorcycles and bikes including the unveiling of VEBs newest masterpiece on wheels.

  • Check out VEB's shiny new showroom

  • Demo rides and demonstrations

  • Enjoy food and drink

  • Fun for the whole family

LEARN MORE ABOUT Vintage Electric Bikes (VEB)
vintageelectricbikes.com

A portion of event proceeds benefit NUMU’s education and exhibition programs.

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Beginner's Wire-Wrap Jewelry Workshop with Kathryn Janoff
Oct
19
11:00 AM11:00

Beginner's Wire-Wrap Jewelry Workshop with Kathryn Janoff

Beginner’s Wire-Wrap Jewelry Workshop with Kathryn Janoff

Date Cancelled
Skill Level Beginning - Advanced  | Ages: 18 +
Cost $70* General | $50* NUMU Members
$20 Materials Fee collected on the day of the workshop

Dive head first into the eclectic world of wire-wrap jewelry design led by Blue Orb Jewelry artist and designer, Kathryn Janoff. In this workshop, students will create two pairs of  “pierced-ear” earrings that explore the basics of jewelry-making including, earring design development, material experimentation, and current trend exploration. Bring a friend and have fun designing timeless works of wearable art.

About the Instructor:
Kathryn Janoff is a local artist who designs and crafts her unique jewelry under the name of Blue Orb Gallery. Her love of natural gemstones and art glass, Czech glass, color, and pattern, goes way back to childhood and has influenced her many original designs. Blue Orb Jewelry is featured in the NUMU museum store. Can’t get enough of Kathy’s work? Follow her on Instagram.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A minimum registration of 8 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date. 


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Collage Animal Portraits with Samuel Price
Oct
27
11:00 AM11:00

Collage Animal Portraits with Samuel Price

Collage Animal Portraits with Samuel Price

Date Sun, October 27th |  11 am - 4pm
Skill Level Beginners +  | Ages: 14 +
Cost $120* General | $100* NUMU Members
$25 Materials Fee collected first day of class
This workshop has sold-out, join the waitlist.

Craft away the afternoon and create a handmade portrait of your favorite animal. Students will focus on creating a unique animal portrait using the "square by square" technique and creating life-like paper collage portraits from simple everyday materials. Students will focus on creating a unique animal portrait using the "square by square" technique and creating life-like paper collage portraits from simple everyday materials.

About the Instructor
Samuel Price is a San Francisco-based artist who specializes in creating and teaching collage and mixed media art techniques. Sam is best known for handcrafting large paper collage animal portraits and his shown his work throughout the Bay Area over the last ten years. Follow Samuel on Instagram and Facebook.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A minimum registration of 6 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date. 

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Sarah Sedwick | Painting the Dynamic Still Life
Nov
1
to Nov 3

Sarah Sedwick | Painting the Dynamic Still Life

Sarah Sedwick | Painting the Dynamic Still Life

November 1 - 3, 2019  | 10:00am to 5:00pm | Three Days

Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Cost: $450* General | $425* NUMU Members  

Paint looser, and more confidently. During this three-day workshop with Oregon artist Sarah Sedwick, learn a step-by-step approach to alla prima oil painting, from black-and-white studies to brilliant color! Build a beautiful composition with life and movement, and pack your paintings with rich, harmonious color while simplifying your palette. Get a new perspective on the still life, and learn tips for bringing inspiration to your home studio practice.

We will cover the basics of value and composition design, and do quick, fun exercises to focus on loose, energetic brushwork before creating a finished piece. Sarah will demonstrate, and work with each student individually. Painters of all levels are welcome. Instruction is in oils. (Ages 15 and above.)

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Opening Reception: New Additions 2019
Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: New Additions 2019

Opening Reception:
New Additions 2019

Friday, November 1 | 6-8pm
FREE for members | FREE with admission

Meet New Additions 2019 exhibiting artists at a reception celebrating the opening of this quinquennial exhibition program highlighting gifts and acquisitions to its Permanent Art Collection from 2014, the year the Los Gatos Museums Association began the transition to New Museum Los Gatos.

Artists represented in the exhibition include: Tracey Adams, Andrea Borsuk, Stacey Carter, Linda Christensen, Christel Dillbohner, James Wayne, Johnathon Schmuck, David Kimball Anderson, Kristin Lindseth, George Rivera, Jenny Robinson, Bernard Trainor, and Gordon Smedt. In addition to these artworks, a rare, inscribed Walt Disney animation celluloid, will be on display which was donated to the museum by the family of William “Billy” Jones.
This exhibition is curated by Lisa Coscino.

6-7pm: Members-only preview.
NUMU members please RSVP here

7-8pm: Public Reception 

Not a NUMU member? Please join here!

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Girl Scouts: Brownies Painting Badge
Nov
2
10:00 AM10:00

Girl Scouts: Brownies Painting Badge

Girl Scouts: Brownies Painting Badge


Date Saturday, November 2
Time 10am-12pm
Scout Level: Brownies
Location: New Museum Los Gatos, 106 E. Main St, Los Gatos
For more dates or questions email makerspace@numulosgatos.org

Come see what's new at NUMU! At New Museum Los Gatos scouts will have fun looking at, talking about, and making art with our inventive museum educators and artists. Our workshops introduce techniques that teach scouts to express themselves and explore their world--with art! More programs and dates are available, email makerspace@numulosgatos.org for details. 

Brownies, become a master painter at NUMU! Tour the art galleries for ideas, find out how colors make you feel and end the workshop by painting it up in our MakerSpace studio.

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Girl Scouts: Brownies Painting Badge
Nov
2
1:00 PM13:00

Girl Scouts: Brownies Painting Badge

Girl Scouts: Brownies Painting Badge


Date Saturday, November 2
Time 10am-12pm
Scout Level: Brownies
Location: New Museum Los Gatos, 106 E. Main St, Los Gatos
For more dates or questions email makerspace@numulosgatos.org

Come see what's new at NUMU! At New Museum Los Gatos scouts will have fun looking at, talking about, and making art with our inventive museum educators and artists. Our workshops introduce techniques that teach scouts to express themselves and explore their world--with art! More programs and dates are available, email makerspace@numulosgatos.org for details. 

Brownies, become a master painter at NUMU! Tour the art galleries for ideas, find out how colors make you feel and end the workshop by painting it up in our MakerSpace studio.

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Coffee Tawk with Betty Franks Krause
Nov
7
12:00 PM12:00

Coffee Tawk with Betty Franks Krause

Coffee Tawk with Betty Franks Krause

Thursday, November 7 | 12-1pm
FREE for members | FREE with admission

This Month's Tawk
Get Social! Get Selling! A Master Class in Social Media Marketing for Artists with guest Tawker Betty Franks Krause.

ATTENTION ARTISTS & CREATIVES OF ALL STRIPES! Celebrity Guest Tawker, Betty Franks Krause, a San Jose artist rockstar has been successfully connecting with folks and selling her art via Instagram for years. Betty will share her top 10 must do’s to win social media followers and fans and make sales, including pro tips and strategies to help get you front and center of an audience that wants to see what you have to offer.Bring a notepad! Sharpen a pencil! Get ready to sell, sell, sell!

Betty is currently a part of The Artist Led Workshops (ALW) Program at NUMU. The ALW Program is a collaboration between the museum and Bay Area Artists that offers a variety of imaginative, innovative, and instructive hands-on art-making sessions for artists, crafters, and makers of all abilities and skill levels.

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How to Prepare for San Francisco National Portfolio Day 2019
Nov
7
6:00 PM18:00

How to Prepare for San Francisco National Portfolio Day 2019

How to Prepare for San Francisco National Portfolio Day 2019

Presented by California College of the Arts
A FREE Program for High School Students at NUMU
Thursday, November 7  |  6-7pm  | RSVP Required
 

NUMU is pleased to collaborate with California College of the Arts (CCA) to offer a preparatory program lead by CCA Admissions staff who will provide guidelines and tips on what to expect on National Portfolio Day 2019.  CCA staff will also conduct portfolio reviews for students interested in applying to CCA. 

 National Portfolio Day (NPD) is a free informational event for students who are considering applying to art college. NPD will be held at California College of the Arts (1111 8th Street) in San Francisco on Sunday, November 17, 2019 starting at 12-4pm. NPD offers participants the opportunity to present their work to college admissions officers, and receive important feedback for the portfolio submission.

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 Cuong Nguyen | Portrait in Pastel
Dec
5
to Dec 8

Cuong Nguyen | Portrait in Pastel

Cuong Nguyen | Portrait in Pastel 

December 5 -8, 2019  | 10:00am to 5:00pm | Four Days

Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced

Cost: $550* General | $525* NUMU Members  

Our good friend Cuong has become widely successful in many media. His love for pastel painting combines his expertly rendered drawings with his masterful use of color. Cuong is always ready to share and demonstrate his methods of creating highly realistic skin tones. His love for detail and beauty show in his prolific body of work. His workshops are always fun and inspiring.

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Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge
Dec
7
10:00 AM10:00

Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge

Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge


Date Saturday, December 7
Time 10am-12pm
Scout Level: Juniors
Location: New Museum Los Gatos, 106 E. Main St, Los Gatos
For more dates or questions, email makerspace@numulosgatos.org

Come see what's new at NUMU! At New Museum Los Gatos scouts will have fun looking at, talking about, and making art with our inventive museum educators and artists. Our workshops introduce techniques that teach scouts to express themselves and explore their world--with art! More programs and dates are available.

Draw it out at New Museum Los Gatos. Our drawing badge workshop helps scouts learn the basics of drawing, explore different drawing tools, and discover a little bit about graphic design! Complete the experience by creating your own masterpiece downstairs in our MakerSpace Studio.

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Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge
Dec
7
1:00 PM13:00

Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge

Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge


Date Saturday, December 7
Time 1pm-3pm
Scout Level: Juniors
Location: New Museum Los Gatos, 106 E. Main St, Los Gatos
For more dates or questions, email makerspace@numulosgatos.org

Come see what's new at NUMU! At New Museum Los Gatos scouts will have fun looking at, talking about, and making art with our inventive museum educators and artists. Our workshops introduce techniques that teach scouts to express themselves and explore their world--with art! More programs and dates are available.

Draw it out at New Museum Los Gatos. Our drawing badge workshop helps scouts learn the basics of drawing, explore different drawing tools, and discover a little bit about graphic design! Complete the experience by creating your own masterpiece downstairs in our MakerSpace Studio.

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Paint Your Pet's Portrait with Jennifer Poncin
Dec
15
11:00 AM11:00

Paint Your Pet's Portrait with Jennifer Poncin

Paint Your Pet's Portrait with Jennifer Poncin

Date Sunday, December 15 |  11am - 2:30pm
Skill Level Beginners+  | Ages: 11+
Cost $65* General | $55* NUMU Members
$10 Materials Fee collected first day of class

Learn how to paint your pet's portrait on an 11x14” pre-sketched canvas from your favorite photo! Students will be led step-by-step with easy to follow techniques and one-on-one instruction to turn their pet's portrait into a one-of-a-kind work of art to cherish or give as a gift. One pet per canvas. Acrylic based. All artist levels welcome! Photo link will be supplied at registration.

About the Instructor
Jennifer Poncin is an Art Educator and Art Director from the Santa Cruz Area. She leads pet portrait workshops for rescue groups, fundraising, private and corporate events across Northern California. Follow Art and Soul Events on instagram and facebook. Learn more by visiting https://artandsoul.events/

Note: Advanced registration is preferred. For same-day registration, please allow for additional time to register, and make sure to bring the supplies listed on the materials list. Workshops start on time; please allow 30 minutes for parking.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A minimum registration of 8 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date. 

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Themes and Variations: Exploring Mixed Media with Andrea Borsuk
Jan
25
to Jan 26

Themes and Variations: Exploring Mixed Media with Andrea Borsuk

Themes and Variations: Exploring Mixed Media
with Andrea Borsuk

Date Saturday-Sunday, January 25-26 |  10 am - 3pm
Skill Level Beginners +  | Ages: 18 +
Cost $250* General | $240* NUMU Members
$15 Materials Fee collected first day of class

This workshop is about discovering possibilities and exploring a variety of ways to interpret one idea or one image. By selecting and experimenting with different techniques, methods and materials such as ink, pastel, water-based paints, charcoal and collage, students can build a small series of works that are thematically related and technically diverse.

About the Instructor
Andrea Borsuk is a painter and mixed media artist whose work explores notions of time and destiny. She holds an MFA from Columbia University and a BA from UC Santa Cruz. She is an Art Instructor at Cabrillo College and leads private workshops to Tuscany, Italy and Santa Cruz, Ca, where she lives. She is a recipient of the Rydell Visual Arts Fellowship. Her solo and group exhibition venues include: NUMU New Museum of Los Gatos, The Riverside Museum of Art, The Nevada Museum of Art, Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, and the Berkeley Art Center. Her work is in numerous private collections.

Learn more about the artist by visiting her website.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A minimum registration of 10 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date. 

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Matchbox Art with Kit Davey
Mar
28
11:00 AM11:00

Matchbox Art with Kit Davey

Matchbox Art with Kit Davey

Date Saturday, March 28 |  11am - 3pm
Skill Level Beginners +  | Ages: 14 +
Cost $120* General | $100* NUMU Members
$10 Materials Fee collected first day of class

Come learn how to make tiny works of art using matchboxes. We’ll make mini-altars, books, shadowboxes, pop-ups and more! You’ll be guided through each project with easy-to-follow demonstrations. Most materials will be provided. The instructor will send a supply list once you’ve registered.

About the Instructor
Kit Davey is a Redwood City artist who specializes in book and paper arts. Visit her website to see more of her work: www.Found-Object-Art.com, or follow her on Instagram: www.Instagram.com/daveykit.

Note: Advanced registration is preferred. For same-day registration, please allow for additional time to register, and make sure to bring the supplies listed on the materials list. Workshops start on time; please allow 30 minutes for parking.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A minimum registration of 6 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date. 

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Creative Art Cards with Kit Davey
May
9
11:00 AM11:00

Creative Art Cards with Kit Davey

Creative Art Cards with Kit Davey

Date Saturday, May 9 |  11am - 3pm
Skill Level Beginners +  | Ages: 14 +
Cost $100* General | $90* NUMU Members
$10 Materials Fee collected first day of class

Don’t you love getting a beautiful card in the mail? Come learn how to make your own unique greeting cards using easy-to learn techniques and unusual materials, like matchboxes, glass beads, tags, buttons and more. You’ll learn 10 creative card-making techniques. You’ll leave the workshop with 10 one-of-a-kind cards you can send to friends or give as gifts. Most materials will be provided. Instructor Kit Davey will email you the supplies to bring after you’ve registered.

About the Instructor
Kit Davey is a Redwood City artist who specializes in book and paper arts. Visit her website to see more of her work: www.Found-Object-Art.com, or follow her on Instagram: www.Instagram.com/daveykit.

Note: Advanced registration is preferred. For same-day registration, please allow for additional time to register, and make sure to bring the supplies listed on the materials list. Workshops start on time; please allow 30 minutes for parking.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A minimum registration of 6 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date. 

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Painting the Head in Oils with Warren Chang
Jun
13
to Jun 14

Painting the Head in Oils with Warren Chang

Painting the Head in Oils with Warren Chang

Date Saturday-Sunday, June 13 -14 | 10am-5pm
Skill Level Intermediate | Ages: 16 +
Cost* $395 General | NUMU Member: $375

Develop and expand your portrait painting skills by concentrating on the whole human head while working with a limited paint palette. Over the course of this two day workshop, students will complete two portraits exploring the fundamentals of painting the head from life with emphasis on proportion, construction of the head, and value studies. In addition, students will delve into color mixing with special attention to skin tones, thus resulting in use of a limited palette.

This workshop is suitable for students with preliminary painting and drawing experience with the figure.

About the Instructor:
Warren Chang is an award-winning Monterey Bay Area artist with over 30 years of experience as a professional illustrator and fine artist. Chang is most known for his arresting narrative paintings of farmworkers from the Monterey County area. Warren is a featured artist in NUMU’s Spotlight Gallery with his exhibition, Warren Chang: Voice of the Fields, on view February 22nd through June 16th. Learn more about Warren here.

All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.


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Introduction to Wool Painting with Galina Moskovkina
Oct
12
10:30 AM10:30

Introduction to Wool Painting with Galina Moskovkina

Introduction to Wool Painting

Topic Still Life
Date Reschedule | 10am - 5pm
Skill Level No Experience Required  | Ages: 18 +
Cost $155* General | $135* NUMU Member
(*$15 Materials Fee collected on first day of class)

Mesmerize your family and friends with an original three-dimensional still life painting using wool, you read that right, WOOL! In this one-day workshop, Bay Area Fiber Artist, Galina Moskovkina will demonstrate traditional techniques using this versatile medium with inspiration from a staged still life. Students will explore these new approaches to the art of painting and will create a 12” x 16” original piece of work to take home.

Required Materials for Students to Bring: Photo Frame (with glass) Size 12"x16", and sharp scissors.

About the Instructor:
Galina’s infatuation with art began in early childhood and continued into adulthood challenging herself to push the boundaries in painting using wool fiber as her medium. Inspired by the versatility of wool, Galina incorporates a unique process of creating original works of art by layering different colors and surface manipulation to create representations of landscapes, still life floral arrangements, and more. Learn more about Galina here.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A minimum registration of 7 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date. 

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Opening Reception: BERNARD TRAINOR: Grounded
Oct
5
2:00 PM14:00

Opening Reception: BERNARD TRAINOR: Grounded

Opening Reception:
BERNARD TRAINOR: Grounded

Saturday, October 5th | 2-4pm
FREE for members | FREE with admission

Meet Artist Bernard Trainor at a reception celebrating the opening of BERNARD TRAINER: Grounded, an investigative exhibition of fine art and design by this acclaimed Monterey Bay-landscape designer and artist. Grounded is the premiere viewing of Trainor’s paintings presented in concert with elements from his landscape designs, architectural renderings, site photographs, and studio and plein air sketches. The exhibition reveals the unfolding layers and practice that inspire Trainor to create meaningful landscapes – outside the studio walls and on canvas – and will make connections to both. This exhibition is curated by Lisa Coscino.

2pm-3pm: Members-only preview. NUMU members please RSVP here

3pm-4pm: Public Reception 

Not a NUMU member? Please join here!

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Girl Scouts: Brownies Letterboxer Badge
Oct
5
1:00 PM13:00

Girl Scouts: Brownies Letterboxer Badge

Girl Scouts: Brownies Letterboxer Badge

Date Saturday, October 5
Time 1-3pm
Scout Level Brownies
Location New Museum Los Gatos, 106 E. Main St, Los Gatos
For more dates or questions, email makerspace@numulosgatos.org

Come see what's new at NUMU! At New Museum Los Gatos scouts will have fun looking at, talking about, and making art with our inventive museum educators and artists. Our workshops introduce techniques that teach scouts to express themselves and explore their world--with art! More programs and dates are available.

Brownies, it's time to shout and stamp! Brownie level girl scouts will get the chance to learn all about letterboxes with New Museum Los Gatos' exciting letterboxer badge program. Join us as we create unique stamps for each scout, make a troop letterbox, and partake in a scavenger hunt for a letterbox hidden somewhere in the museum!

  • Troop leaders must provide enough adult chaperones to maintain Girl Scouts official ratio (1:6, with an additional adult chaperone for every additional 6 scouts)

  • Adult chaperones must sign in at the front desk 

  • Children will be working with art supplies and may get messy. Dress accordingly!  

  • Parents/guardians are responsible for bringing scouts to and from events, bathroom escorts, and supervision while in the museum galleries. 

  • To reserve a private badge program for you troop, please email. 

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Girl Scouts: Brownies Letterboxer Badge
Oct
5
10:00 AM10:00

Girl Scouts: Brownies Letterboxer Badge

Girl Scouts: Brownies Letterboxer Badge

Date Saturday, October 5
Time 10am-12pm
Scout Level Brownies
Location New Museum Los Gatos, 106 E. Main St, Los Gatos
For more dates or questions, email makerspace@numulosgatos.org

Come see what's new at NUMU! At New Museum Los Gatos scouts will have fun looking at, talking about, and making art with our inventive museum educators and artists. Our workshops introduce techniques that teach scouts to express themselves and explore their world--with art! More programs and dates are available.

Brownies, it's time to shout and stamp! Brownie level girl scouts will get the chance to learn all about letterboxes with New Museum Los Gatos' exciting letterboxer badge program. Join us as we create unique stamps for each scout, make a troop letterbox, and partake in a scavenger hunt for a letterbox hidden somewhere in the museum!

  • Troop leaders must provide enough adult chaperones to maintain Girl Scouts official ratio (1:6, with an additional adult chaperone for every additional 6 scouts)

  • Adult chaperones must sign in at the front desk 

  • Children will be working with art supplies and may get messy. Dress accordingly!  

  • Parents/guardians are responsible for bringing scouts to and from events, bathroom escorts, and supervision while in the museum galleries. 

  • To reserve a private badge program for you troop, please email. 

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Zhaoming Wu Workshop | Alla Prima Clothed Figure Painting
Oct
4
to Oct 6

Zhaoming Wu Workshop | Alla Prima Clothed Figure Painting

Zhaoming Wu | Alla Prima Clothed Figure Painting

October 4 - 6, 2019  | 10:00am to 5:00pm | Three Days

Skill Level Intermediate to Advanced

Cost $700* General | $675* NUMU Members
This workshop is SOLD-OUT, please join the waitlist and we’ll contact you if any spots become available


Capturing the likeness of his subjects, Zhaoming leaves his mark with expressive and masterly strokes of paint. The movement and energy in his portraits leaves a personal relic of each subject's character. Zhaoming is a kind and wise presence and he is well liked by his students.

Born and bred in Guangzhou, China, Zhaoming Wu graduated from Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art in China. Zhaoming is a very successful painter and is currently an instructor of painting at the Academy of Art University where he earned his MFA.

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Sep
29
1:00 PM13:00

Boy Scout Workshop | Art Merit Badge

Boy Scout Workshop  |  Art Merit Badge

Sunday, September 29th, 2019  |  1-3pm
$40 per participant

Explore our current art exhibits with a NUMU Art Educator, discuss the elements of art and design, and learn how to render a subject of your choice in a variety of different mediums. Discuss different potential art professions and the education, training, and experience required for this profession. All participants must come with a signed Blue Card. 

Taught by Elizabeth Greer, Merit Badge Counselor.

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Painting Symbols with Judy Gittelsohn
Sep
28
to Sep 29

Painting Symbols with Judy Gittelsohn

Painting Symbols Workshop with Judy Gittelsohn

Date Saturday, September 28 |  10 am - 3pm
Skill Level Beginning - Advanced  | Ages: 18 +
Cost $150* General | $135* NUMU Members
$25 Materials Fee collected first day of class

Transform letters, words and symbols into paintings with GOLDEN Paints Certified Instructor, Judy Gittelsohn. In this workshop, students will explore the interpretive nature of words and their meanings, by choosing letters of their choice, dissecting them, and responding to them using various Golden Paints and mediums. This workshop is perfect for artists of all abilities and for those who just want to paint and have a good time experimenting! (Materials will include various GOLDEN Brand Paints and Mediums)

About the Instructor:
Judy Gittelsohn is a Certified Golden Paints Working Artist and has been painting in California since 1977. Learn more about Judy here and follow her on Facebook and  Instagram.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. A minimum registration of 6 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date.
 


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Smithsonian Magazine: Museum Day!
Sep
21
11:00 AM11:00

Smithsonian Magazine: Museum Day!

Smithsonian Magazine: Museum Day!

Saturday, September 21 | ALL DAY
FREE with registration

New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU) is excited to participate in Museum Day, for the 4th year in row! Museum Day is an annual celebration of boundless curiosity hosted by Smithsonian magazine. Participating museums and cultural institutions across the country provide free entry to anyone presenting a Museum Day ticket. The Museum Day ticket provides free admission for two people on Saturday, September 21, 2019.

Tickets will be available to download on  August 15, 2019.

Where will your curiosity lead you this Museum Day?
Let us know @MuseumDay #MuseumDay #YearOfMusic

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Art School Applications: Everything You Need to Know
Sep
12
6:00 PM18:00

Art School Applications: Everything You Need to Know

Art School Applications: Everything You Need to Know

Presented by California College of the Arts
A FREE Program for High School Students at NUMU
Thursday, September 12  |  6-7pm  |  RSVP Required

Applying to Art School can be confusing and overwhelming. But don't despair! We're here to help. Admissions Counselor from California College (CCA) of the Arts will be onsite at NUMU to share important information on how to analyze art school curriculums, and understand the ins and outs of the application process and portfolio development.

You will also learn about career opportunities in the arts, and how to apply for scholarships and financial aid. And please bring your parents! They will also benefit from the information, guidance and resources generously shared by California College of the Arts (CCA).

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David Gray Workshop | Painting The Classical Portrait From Life
Sep
12
to Sep 15

David Gray Workshop | Painting The Classical Portrait From Life

David Gray Workshop
Painting The Classical Portrait From Life

Date September 12 - 15 | 4 Day Workshop
Time 10am - 5pm
Skill Level Beginner to Advanced
Cost $750* General | $725* Members
Location: NUMU Studio at New Museum Los Gatos

In this intensive 4-day program, David will take you step by step through his four stage process of building a portrait from life. From under-drawing to final glazes, learn the tips and tools needed to achieve an accurate likeness in oil. The fundamental skills emphasized in the class will be drawing, value and color relationships, achieving a sense of three dimensional form, and paint handling. 

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Shadowbox Altar Workshop with Kit Davey
Sep
8
11:00 AM11:00

Shadowbox Altar Workshop with Kit Davey

Shadowbox Altar Workshop with Kit Davey

Date Sunday, Sept 8th, 2019  | 11am-3pm
Skill Level No Experience Required | Ages: 14+
Cost $120* General | $100* NUMU Members
$10 Materials Fee collected the first day of class

Unveil the secrets to construct your own one-of-a-kind, 3-dimensional shadowbox altar led by Bay Area Found Objects artist, Kit Davey. Using cigar boxes as the core of the altars, students will apply layers of paper and found objects to create depth and develop a unique narrative resulting in an original work of art.  No art experience necessary!

Materials included with $10 fee: Cigar boxes, assorted papers, glues and some 3-dimensional items and embellishments.

About the Instructor:

Kit Davey is a Redwood City artist who specializes in book and paper arts.  Visit her website to see more of her work: www.Found-Object-Art.com, or follow her on Instagram:  www.Instagram.com/daveykit.

*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable. A minimum registration of 7 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date. 

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Coffee Tawk with Los Gatos Art Association
Sep
5
12:00 PM12:00

Coffee Tawk with Los Gatos Art Association

Coffee Tawk with Los Gatos Art Association

Thursday, September 5 | 12-1pm
FREE for members | FREE with admission

This Month's Tawk
Los Gatos Art Association (LGAA) Board Member and award-winning artist, Leslie Landers.

Tour the exhibition Greater Bay Area Open and learn about the Los Gatos Art Association with LGAA Board Member, Leslie Landers. Leslie will guide us through the artworks juried into the Greater Bay Area Open and discuss the range of artistic approaches that are on view in the show. This bi-annual exhibit is sponsored by the Los Gatos Art Association to showcase exceptional art pieces and creators in our area. Leslie will also describe LGAA programs for artists and art enthusiasts.

Leslie is a former semiconductor technology executive who currently devotes her time to traveling and developing as a painter. She works in both oil and watercolor with much of her work being painted outdoors en plein air.

RSVP HERE

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Artist Talk & Demonstration with Exhibiting Artist, Charlotte Kruk
Aug
24
1:00 PM13:00

Artist Talk & Demonstration with Exhibiting Artist, Charlotte Kruk

Artist Talk & Demonstration with Exhibiting Artist, Charlotte Kruk

Saturday, August 24 | 1-2pm
FREE for members | FREE with admission

Don't miss what will surely be an entertaining and educational Talk and Demonstration by the one and only In the Artist's Studio exhibiting artist, Charlotte Kruk, AKA KrukTart.

Glue?…never! STITCHING is the bond Kruk utilizes to cohesively unify the myriad pieces constituting her wearable sculpture. KrukTart, the architect behind the sensational candy wrapper couture, will unveil her methodology from inception to creation. Delight in this insightful demonstration as we journey through the fabrication exercises Kruk undertakes while transforming detritus into diamonds. (well, maybe not literal diamonds). Come out and see the most unconventional use of the sewing machine your grandma never considered.

Kruk is the featured artist in the museum's In the Artist's Studio exhibition series that supports the museum’s mission to share stories in new ways. Through this program, NUMU offers insight into the practice of artmaking and shares with the community the ingenuity, intelligence and empathy that goes into the creative process.

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Coffee Tawk with Exhibiting Artist, Charlotte Kruk
Aug
8
2:00 PM14:00

Coffee Tawk with Exhibiting Artist, Charlotte Kruk

Coffee Tawk with Exhibiting Artist, Charlotte Kruk

Thursday, August 8 | 2-3pm
FREE for members | FREE with admission

This Month's Tawk
KrukTart (aka SJ native, Charlotte Kruk) will share the back story of her creative ideations. Surrounded by materials and a variety of works from her distinctively colorful studio, Kruk will offer insight into her creative process & entertain us with her distinctive take on life and art. Get ready for a real treat to compliment your coffee!

Kruk is best known for her wearable sculptures crafted from repurposed food and candy wrappers.She transforms discarded materials (candy wrappers, cookie boxes, paper, sugar bags, and plastic spoons and forks) into fine art. In this exhibition, visitors will see examples of her vibrant and colorful wearable sculptures and playful ceramics. Kruk’s work is a response to environmental, cultural, and personal experiences. Also on view are some of Kruk’s art making tools and personal items, along with photographs of private studio spaces, which are rarely open to the public.

Kruk is the featured artist in the museum's In the Artist's Studio exhibition series that supports the museum’s mission to share stories in new ways. Through this program, NUMU offers insight into the practice of artmaking and shares with the community the ingenuity, intelligence and empathy that goes into the creative process.

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Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop
Aug
3
to Aug 4

Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop

Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop with Betty Franks Krause

This workshop is SOLD OUT
Date
Sat-Sun, August 3 & 4 |  10 am - 4pm
Skill Level Beginners +  | Ages: 18 +
Cost $395* General | $375* NUMU Members
$5 Materials Fee collected first day of class


 Explore the magic and beauty of painting an abstract field of flowers inspired by your imagination and memory led by Bay Area artist Betty Franks Krause. Over the course of this two-day workshop, you will discover the unique process of mark making and engage with a blend of writing and scratching tools to unveil countless approaches to create cohesive work with color and composition all while loosening up and losing yourself in the field of flowers.

About the Instructor:
Betty Franks Krause is a San Francisco Bay Area based abstract artist whose work is inspired by incorporating color and infusing it with feelings of happiness, joy and warmth. Learn more about Betty here and follow her on Instagram and Facebook.
*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

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MakerSpace Open Studio  |  Harry Potter: Magic in the Museum
Jul
27
12:00 PM12:00

MakerSpace Open Studio  |  Harry Potter: Magic in the Museum

MakerSpace Open Studio  |  Magic in the Museum

Saturday July 27  |  12pm - 4pm
Advanced registration has closed
Passes may be purchased, $20 at the door

It's that time of year again--and your Hogwarts letter has just arrived! Join us once more as we celebrate the Boy-Who-Lived--with arts and crafts! Make your own wand, get sorted into your Hogwarts house, and enjoy fun new Harry Potter themed art projects under the guidance of our wizarding experts. Explore an enchanting new side of NUMU with a special viewing of the most magical artifacts in our collection, learn to play Muggle Quidditch with the Silicon Valley Vipers on the Civic Center Lawn, and treat yourself to tasty wizard treats at the Lolli and Pops booth!

NUMU's Open Studio offers visitors of all ages a hands-on opportunity to explore, discover and create. Ages 4+, no new entry after 3:30pm. All children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult. 

*MakerSpace Open Studio materials fee does not include adult admission to NUMU.  

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Portrait painting from Life with Adrian Gottlieb
Jul
25
to Jul 28

Portrait painting from Life with Adrian Gottlieb

Adrian Gottlieb Workshop | Portrait Painting from Life

This workshop is SOLD-OUT.
To join the waitlist email numustudio@gmail.com

July 25 - 28, 2019  | 10:00am to 5:00pm | Four Days

Skill Level Beginner to Advanced

Cost $800* General | $775* NUMU Members

NUMU invites students to spend four days under Adrian's instruction to practice the fundamentals of portrait painting in oil, using 16th and 17th century and experimental painting techniques. 


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Hand Painted Leather Wallet Workshop with Terry McInerne
Jul
21
10:00 AM10:00

Hand Painted Leather Wallet Workshop with Terry McInerne

Hand Painted Leather Wallet Workshop with Terry McInerney

This workshop has been CANCELLED
Date
Sun, July 21st |  10 am - 4pm
Skill Level No Experience Necessary  | Ages: 18 +
Cost $95* General | $75* NUMU Members
$50 Materials Fee collected first day of class


Ever wanted to work with leather but don't know where to start? This is the class for you. Join us for the Hand Painted Leather Wallet Workshop led by Santa Cruz based artist, Terry McInerney. Students will discover the fundamentals and techniques of leather work including cutting, dying, stitching and riveting. Water based dyes will be used to paint these unique, one-of-a-kind wallets. By the end of the workshop, students will leave with up to two hand dyed wallets in addition to the knowledge and skills to continue this practice at home. A resource list of where to find leather working supplies will be provided upon departure.

About the Instructor:
Terry McInerney is a veteran of leather working artist with 10 years of experience. She creates and sells one of a kind leather bags and accessories under her brand name, “Nuala”. Terry’s studio is located at the Tannery Arts Center in Santa Cruz where she creates her leather goods and welcomes visitors to check out her work and process. Follow Terry on Facebook and Instagram.


*All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Materials Include: Quality vegetable tanned leather, solid brass hardware, design templates, water based leather dyes and a list of resources for leather working supplies upon departure.

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Painting the Head in Oils with Warren Chang-Only 2 Spots Left!
Jun
29
to Jun 30

Painting the Head in Oils with Warren Chang-Only 2 Spots Left!

Painting the Head in Oils with Warren Chang-Only 2 Spots Left!

Saturday-Sunday, June 29 -30 | 10am-4pm

Skill Level: Intermediate | Ages: 16 +

Fee: NUMU Member: $375  | General: $395

All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Develop and expand your portrait painting skills by concentrating on the whole human head while working with a limited paint palette. Over the course of this two day workshop, students will complete two portraits exploring the fundamentals of painting the head from life with emphasis on proportion, construction of the head, and value studies. In addition, students will delve into color mixing with special attention to skin tones, thus resulting in use of a limited palette.

This workshop is suitable for students with preliminary painting and drawing experience with the figure.

About the Instructor:
Warren Chang is an award-winning Monterey Bay Area artist with over 30 years of experience as a professional illustrator and fine artist. Chang is most known for his arresting narrative paintings of farmworkers from the Monterey County area. Warren is a featured artist in NUMU’s Spotlight Gallery with his exhibition, Warren Chang: Voice of the Fields, on view February 22nd through June 16th. Learn more about Warren here.


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Opening Reception: Greater Bay Area Open
Jun
28
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: Greater Bay Area Open

Opening Reception
Greater Bay Area Open
June 28, 2019

Celebrate the opening of the Greater Bay Area Open (GBAO) with exhibiting artists. This biennial juried exhibition showcases works by Los Gatos Art Association members from Walnut Creek to Pebble Beach.

For more information about LGAA and the exhibition please visit www.lgaa.org

An opening reception will be held on Friday, June 28 from 6-8pm.
6-8pm, Public Reception, All welcome | RSVP Here 
Free with Admission | Free for Members

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Exhibition Opening: Greater Bay Area Open
Jun
28
11:00 AM11:00

Exhibition Opening: Greater Bay Area Open

Exhibition Opening
Greater Bay Area Open
June 28-September 8, 2019

In support of our local art community, New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU) is hosting the Greater Bay Area Open (GBAO) the biennial Los Gatos Art Association (LGAA) juried fine art exhibition. The exhibition is organized and produced by the LGAA and is juried by Richmond Art Center Executive Director, Ric Ambrose. GBAO opens at NUMU on June 28th and runs through September 8th. A public reception with the artists will take place on Friday, June 28th from 6pm to 8pm at NUMU. The LGAA is a non-profit organization established in 1948 dedicated to the enrichment and support of the arts community.

For more information about LGAA and the exhibition please visit www.lgaa.org

An opening reception will be held on Friday, June 28 from 6-8pm.
6-8pm, Public Reception, All welcome | RSVP Here 
Free with Admission | Free for Members

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Coffee Tawk with NUMU Atelier Director, Gabriel Coke
Jun
27
12:00 PM12:00

Coffee Tawk with NUMU Atelier Director, Gabriel Coke

Coffee Tawk with NUMU Atelier Program Director, Gabriel Coke

Thursday, June 27th | 12pm-12:45pm
Free with Admission | Free for NUMU Members

This Month’s Tawk
Tour the exhibition On the Shoulders of Giants and learn about the Atelier with NUMU Atelier Program Director Gabriel Coke!

Gabe will guide us on an immersive tour of the show and share the back story on how our fabulous Atelier program came to be. Then we'll head down to the lower floor to the Atelier Studio for more show-and-tell fun. Hope you can join us!

Coke founded the NUMU Atelier in 2015. He teaches classical drawing and painting classes for adults and teens. He has also developed a robust Visiting Artists Workshops program that invites contemporary masters to share their practices to the NUMU Atelier for week-long and weekend sessions throughout the year.

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Color Mixing Workshop: Mastering Flesh Tones for Portrait Painting
Jun
22
to Jun 23

Color Mixing Workshop: Mastering Flesh Tones for Portrait Painting

Brianna Lee | Color Mixing Workshop

June 22 - 23, 2019  | 10:00am to 5:00pm | Two Days

Skill Level Beginner to Advanced

Cost $375* General | $350* NUMU Members

Portrait artist Brianna Lee will guide you through mixing life-like and vibrant flesh tones like the Old Masters with her specially designed color wheel. After you complete your color mixing wheel, you will learn to use it as a guide by creating a master study of a painting by Rembrandt! All skill levels welcome.

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Exhibition Closing: Warren Chang: Voice of the Fields
Jun
16
11:00 AM11:00

Exhibition Closing: Warren Chang: Voice of the Fields

Exhibition Opening
Warren Chang: Voice of the Fields
February 22-June 16, 2019

New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU) is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings by Monterey artist, Warren Chang​. Voice of the Fields showcases​ Chang’s l​arge scale luminous paintings of the community who labor in the farms around the Salinas Valley. Chang was born and raised in Monterey and California’s agricultural environment is part of his daily life. Influenced by the John Steinbeck tales of his youth, Warren was drawn to field workers as subjects for his recent series of paintings.

Voices of the Fields​ will be on view in NUMU’s Spotlight Gallery from February 22 through June 16, 2019. An Opening Reception for the exhibition will be held on Saturday, February 23r​d​ from 2-4pm.

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Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop
Jun
8
to Jun 9

Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop

Fields of Flowers: An Abstract Painting Workshop with Betty Franks Krause - CLASS FULL-

Sat-Sun, June 8 - 9 |  10 am - 4pm

Skill Level: Beginners +  | Ages: 18 +

Fee: NUMU Members: $375  | General: $395

A $5 Materials Fee will be collected first day of class


All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

 
Explore the magic and beauty of painting an abstract field of flowers inspired by your imagination and memory led by Bay Area artist Betty Franks Krause. Over the course of this two-day workshop, you will discover the unique process of mark making and engage with a blend of writing and scratching tools to unveil countless approaches to create cohesive work with color and composition all while loosening up and losing yourself in the field of flowers.

About the Instructor:
Betty Franks Krause is a San Francisco Bay Area based abstract artist whose work is inspired by incorporating color and infusing it with feelings of happiness, joy and warmth. Learn more about Betty here and follow her on Instagram and Facebook.


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR AUGUST WORKSHOP

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Come Back, Give Back
Jun
1
1:00 PM13:00

Come Back, Give Back

Come Back, Give Back

Sat, June 1 | 1-3pm
Free for Members & Visitors 18 & under
General Admission $10


It’s Reunion Time! Calling Wildcats everywhere! Meet up at the Sis Boom Bah! galleries and celebrate all things Los Gatos High School - stroll through the new and updated exhibits, bring your yearbook, share, over share, and revel in your teenage years. 

While you are here, give back like a Wildcat! NUMU invites all visitors to adopt the Wildcat spirit of giving and participate in a drive to collect school supplies for county schools in need. We’ve partnered with Sacred Heart Community Service for their Pack a Back campaign to collect school supplies for students in need. The Pack a Back campaign gives over 3,000 backpacks filled with grade-level appropriate school supplies, to students from Kindergarten through 12th grade.

All museum visitors who bring in school supplies on June 1st will get free admission!


For a complete list of school supplies, click here.

Let us know you are coming! RSVP here: http://www.numulosgatos.org/sbb-events-happenings-come-back-give-back-rsvp

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Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge
Jun
1
9:00 AM09:00

Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge

Girl Scouts: Juniors Drawing Badge


Saturday, June 1 |  9-11am

Scout Level: Juniors
Location: New Museum Los Gatos, 106 E. Main St, Los Gatos
If you have questions, please email makerspace@numulosgatos.org

Come see what's new at NUMU! At New Museum Los Gatos scouts will have fun looking at, talking about, and making art with our inventive museum educators and artists. Our workshops introduce techniques that teach scouts to express themselves and explore their world--with art! More programs and dates are available, email makerspace@numulosgatos.org for details. 

Draw it out at New Museum Los Gatos. Our drawing badge workshop helps scouts learn the basics of drawing, explore different drawing tools, and discover a little bit about graphic design! Complete the experience by creating your own masterpiece downstairs in our MakerSpace Studio.

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Oliver Sin | Figure Charcoal Drawing
May
18
to May 19

Oliver Sin | Figure Charcoal Drawing

Oliver Sin | Figure Charcoal Drawing

May 18 - 19, 2019  | 10:00am to 5:00pm | Two Days

Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced

Cost: $400* General | $380* NUMU Members  

Come explore techniques for mastering expressive Figure Drawing with vine charcoal from live model. Oliver will work with each student as we practice gesture and longer poses from a professional figure model. This class is ideal for young students needing practice with a lightly clothed action and gesture model. Just bring the suggested materials and enjoy the weekend with Oliver Sin.

Material list: Extra Soft Vine Charcoal, willow charcoal, 18"x24" Strathmore 70lbs drawing paper medium surface on drawing board, Kneaded eraser, and final fixative.

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Opening Reception: On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the Atelier Masters and Students
May
17
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the Atelier Masters and Students

Opening Reception | On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the Atelier Masters and Students
May 17th, 2019 | 6-8pm

Celebrate the opening of the exhibition of On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the Atelier Masters and Students, with exhibiting artists.  The exhibition showcases all levels of mastery in the traditional style of classical drawing and painting through the works of NUMU Atelier artists and Director, Gabriel Coke.

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Exhibition Opening: On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the Atelier Masters and Students
May
17
11:00 AM11:00

Exhibition Opening: On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the Atelier Masters and Students

Exhibition Opening
On the Shoulders of Giants:
Selected Works from the NUMU Atelier Masters and Students
May 17-October 13, 2019

Opening in the main gallery on May 17, On the Shoulders of Giants: Selected Works from the NUMU Atelier Masters and Students features the works of master artists and students from NUMU's Classical Drawing and Painting Atelier Program. The exhibition showcases all levels of mastery in the traditional style of classical drawing and painting. Featured artists include NUMU Atelier Director, Gabriel Coke, and Master Artists from NUMU’s Visiting Artists Workshops program: Adrian Gottlieb, David Gray, Brianna Lee Hardy, Jim McVicker, Cuong Nguyen, Sarah Sedwick, Enzo Segovia, Robert K Semans, Oliver Sin, Conor Walton, Zhaoming Wu, and Elizabeth Zanzinger.

An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 17 from 6-8pm.
6-7pm NUMU Members and Exhibiting Artists and Guests Preview | 7-8pm, Public Reception

NUMU Atelier Program Director Gabriel Coke founded the Atelier in 2015 and teaches classical drawing and painting classes for adults and teens. Gabriel has also developed a robust Visiting Artists Workshops program at NUMU that invites regional and local contemporary masters to lead week and weekend-long intensive workshops to the Atelier throughout the year. This  program has grown out of Coke's many friendships with painters across the United States and Europe. Coke has studied with teachers and working artists in Seattle, Santa Fe, France, Norway and New York City. Gabe has worked and studied at The Grand Central Academy of Art in New York, Frovik Kunstskole in Norway, Ecole Albert deFois in France, The Studio of Anthony Ryder in Santa Fe, New Mexico, The Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, Washington, The Concrete Tower, and Old Arcata Creamery in Arcata, California.

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