This online workshop gives you an opportunity to network with others online and gives you tips for getting the most out of your museum visit.
Online PR News – 15-September-2011 – – San Diego, California - Does looking at art, engaging in thoughtful discussion, and meeting new people create images of outdoor cafes and Paris museums?
The fun art museum experience is closer than you think.
Meet others who share your interests and learn something about art in this unique online workshop offered through Art Teacher on the Net at www.ArtMuseums.com" target="_blank" class="highlight_link">http://www.ArtMuseums.com. Art Professor and Author Valerie Colston will teach you how to look at some of the world's greatest art museums right from your own computer. You will meet others and engage in thoughtful discussions while interacting with people of similar interests.
The class is really for anyone who has ever had an interest or curiosity about art or for the artist, art student, or art lover! or those just wanting to meet people with similar interests.
Participants will learn simple tips for looking at and talking about art. Some of the most famous artworks in museums across the country and beyond will be presented. In this 4 week online class you will be able to interact with others through art games and discussions. No prior art experience necessary.
The workshop will also encourage you to locate art museums in your own neighborhood or surrounding community where you can test your art skills. Tips for locating museum art classes, social get togethers and volunteer opportunities will be introduced.
"Meeting at the Museum" is taught by artprofessor Valerie Colston, author of 200 Projects to Strengthen Your Art Skills. She has taught Meeting People at Museums and Galleries for the Learning Annex, and was owner of La Jolla Art Tours.
The 4 week workshop is non-credit and the cost is $59.00.
The first session will begin September 25, 2011. Other sessions will be offered in October.
For more information contact Valerie Colston at 858-453-2278.
Sign up is available online at www.artmuseums.com