We’re pleased to offer a suite of online classes to complement our in-person classes. The classes listed below will all take place online. Looking for a listing of all our classes? You can view them here. (online classes will be stamped with the white “The Studios Online” logo).

iPhone Photography with Tamara Alvarez

Alvarez works with students to get the most out of their smartphone photos. Students will receive assignments that send them out into the world to capture people, places and moments and then return to the online platform for critique sessions.

Figure Drawing in Watercolors with Lothar Speer

Take your figure work a few steps further by incorporating watercolor. Meeting online via Zoom.

Intro to Opera: Opera Through the Ages with Vincent Zito

From Mozart to contemporary works, Zito takes a sometimes-intimidating art form and makes it accessible…and fun!

Photo Critiques with Tamara Alvarez

For returning students. Alvarez continues her popular online critique series, offering up new assignments each week to prompt students, followed by virtual critique sessions.

West Side Story: A Cultural Perspective on an American Tragedy with Stephen Kitsakos

Is it racism that precipitated the tragedy in West Side Story and not just miscommunication as in Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet? How does the marginalization of outsiders keep repeating itself in the story of America? How did four gay men: Bernstein, Sondheim, Laurents & Robbins create a musical which captures the universality of the immigrant experience and provide the basis for racial conflict in mid-20th century urban life?

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