2023 Summer Workshops
UPDATE: This workshop will run in person! PLEASE REVIEW COVID POLICY IN THE ATTACHMENT BELOW.
The Provincetown landscape offers a multitude of possibilities for exploring one’s personal visual language. Dunes, marshes, forests, ocean beaches, and tidal flats present structure, form, color, and line that can inspire and illuminate personal expression. We will visit these sites to work and will experience what these spaces provide to our unique visions. Whether work produced be realistic, abstract, or a hybrid variation, immersion in these different worlds will embrace challenge and discovery.
For the first few days, participants will engage in a few structural exercises while experimenting with materials, scale, and format in order to open and loosen their approach to their work. Each individual can then explore potential paths going forward in concert with their colleagues. Individual and group discussions will provide analysis and support for moving forward post-workshop.
Housing is not available for this class.
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Bert Yarborough has a degree in Architecture from Clemson University and an MA and MFA in Photography from the University of Iowa. A former two-year Resident Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center, he served as Visual Coordinator for four years and is now the Chair of the Visual Committee. He has received two NH State Arts Council Grants in Painting, and NEA grant in sculpture, a Fulbright Fellowship to Nigeria, and as Visual Arts Residency Fellowship to Civitella Ranieri in Umbria, Italy.