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Painting - Contemporary Techniques
Attending a Painting with Contemporary Techniques in Italy, especially in Florence, is important for those interested in art because Florence is not only the city of the Renaissance, but it is also a dynamic center for contemporary art. Important Italian and foreign institutions promote and experiment with new languages and avant-garde. Many Italian and foreign artists have their studios and laboratories here and many young people from all over the world come here to learn the most modern painting techniques. The school offers a course that will help students to go beyond the limits of canvas and brush, to become familiar with all those materials that are part of the Contemporary Art universe. Students will be stimulated to develop a personal artistic language and experiment with their own creativity.
The course is intended for people who already have some painting experience and would like to get new impulses for an artistic development.
Courses start every Monday, and lessons are held in the afternoon: Monday to Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
This course is available in three types:
-Basic course (6 hours per week)
-Semi-intensive course (10 hours per week)
-Intensive course (20 hours per week)
The minimum enrollment is 2 weeks for the Basic and Semi-intensive type, and 1 week for the Intensive type.
All our teachers speak Italian and English.
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It is possible to book private lessons.
Contemporary Art generally includes all movements from the second half of the 20th century to today. The course aims to introduce the student to the use of new artistic languages through the study of contemporary materials and painting techniques.
During the course will be given ample space for experimentation and creativity. In fact, students will learn to use modern work tools such as spatulas, rollers, sponges and much more to paint and develop their own language and style.
- Introduction to the use of support materials: papers, canvas, wood, metals, plastics
- Traditional colors and industrial colors
- Use of various tools to paint: brushes, spatulas, rollers
- Mixed techniques: sponge, preparations with natural and industrial materials, use of various types of gypsum, powders and glues