PRIVATE STUDIO ART COURSES
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Course:  Advanced Drawing: Independent Projects (ADIP)

Prerequisites: Offered to mid-level amateurs to semi- and
professional-level participants.  
Overview:  The course is designed to help each student
understand and develop a unique personal style.  Students
bring in their own works and materials and receive instruction
on those independent projects.  For instance, if a student
wanted to begin work on a specific portrait with instruction
along the way...this is a good class for that.  Sometimes students
bring in projects that they've already started working on -- so this
course has no concrete 'beginning' or 'end'; it's for those
who have project ideas and are wanting guidance no matter
where they are time-wise in their projects.  Every student
chooses his/her own subject, technique, and medium (though
everything created in this class is 2D and created using
non-combustible materials).  Some students work on several
projects at once; others work on one the entire length of the
course.  Enrollment is limited so that I have time to help everyone
during each session.  Students enrolling in this course are at
various levels...and most have their preferences for what medium
they like.  But they're all eager for exposure and instruction.

Fees are listed with each course below and do not include cost of supplies.  
Limited enrollment.  All classes are held at Texas Art Supply Montrose (2001 Montrose Blvd.).
Contact:  Please e-mail with inquiries and to register:  kathryn@kathrynklauber.com

Course Dates:


MAY - JULY 2015

>  Thursday Morning ADVANCED DRAWING (ADIP) Course, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm, Montrose location
8 Sessions:  May 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18, 25, (July 2 is skip date), July 9 & 16

                                                                                                                                                 
           COMPLETE

AUGUST - OCTOBER 2015

>  Thursday Morning ADVANCED DRAWING (ADIP) Course, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm, Montrose location
8 Sessions:  August 13, 20, 27, (SKIP Sept 3), September 10, 17, 24, October 1 & 8
Fees:  $380/20 hours; 10% discount for returning studio students; limited  enrollment

                                                                                                                       
REGISTRATION OPENS JUNE 15

OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2015

>  Thursday Morning ADVANCED DRAWING (ADIP) Course, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm, Montrose location
8 Sessions:  October 15, 22, 29, (SKIP Nov 5), Nov 12, 19, (SKIP Nov 26), December 3, 10 & 17
Fees:  $3
80/20 hours; 10% discount for returning studio students; limited  enrollment

                                                                                                                 
REGISTRATION OPENS AUGUST 15






RICE UNIVERSITY'S GLASSCOCK SCHOOL
OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
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Art History Course:  

Great American Art Collectors:  Eccentric Lives, Eminent Collections...

1. Isabella Stewart Gardner
2. Henry Clay Frick
3. Henry Huntington
4. Solomon Guggenheim
5. Albert Barnes

There are many tangents and idiosyncratic sub-texts in the stories
of these great American art collectors and their obsessions.  But,
as a group, they all had a grand vision of art, a burning fever to
amass, protect, and bequeath prized collections to posterity, and
the financial means with which to pull it off.  Although each
collector would enjoy great wealth derived from 19-20c. American
industrial expansionism (for instance, linen/iron for Gardner,
railroads for Frick, real estate for Huntington, gold mines for
Guggenheim, and Argyrol for Barnes), some would inherit most of
their wealth (Gardner, for example), some made their own fortunes
(Frick and Barnes), and two in particular (Huntington and
Guggenheim) would do both.  And each of our five collectors
would build an eponymous museum in which to house their very
personal and carefully accumulated objects.   This is the story of
art, great wealth, obsession, and legacy.

Course Details, Two Sections:

Section Dates: Five Tuesdays, October 6 - November 3
2-3:30 p.m.
Section Dates: Five Tuesdays, October 6 - November 3
7-8:30 p.m.

For questions and/or the enroll, please call Rice University's Glasscock School
at 713-348-4803 or
register online after July 15  at http://glasscock.rice.edu


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Studio Art Course:

Drawing Wild with Color:  Art Inspired by the Fauves

Prerequisites:  Offered to beginners to semi-professional
level studio participants.  
Overview:  This seven-session studio course is for students
interested in color theory and its application, interpreting
masterworks from various subject areas, and creating
uniquely original and colorful dry medium personal projects.  
Enlisting the Fauves (French for "wild beasts") as our
springboard to creating our own unique works of art,
participants will learn about this revolutionary and vibrantly
colorful art movement of the early 20th century.  With Henri
Matisse and Andre Derain as its leaders, the Fauves were
fascinated by redefining space and interpreting mood
through unique color choices and applications.   Sessions
will be held in galleries at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston
and in classroom studios at Rice University.   

Course Details:

Section Dates:  Seven Thursday Evenings,
September 17 -  October 29, 6:30 - 8:45 pm

For questions and/or the enroll, please call Rice University's
Glasscock Schoolat  713-348-4803 or
register online after July 15
at http://glasscock.rice.edu
KATHRYN KLAUBER
private studio art  
&
rice art history and studio art class schedule
may 2015 - december 2015
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landscape by Kathryn Klauber
programs
M. Alderson, study from Carpeaux's   "Prince Regent",
2014
Isabella Stewart Gardner in Venice
(1894), by Anders Zorn
Gardner Museum