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The Alabama Institute for Education in the Arts invites you to attend WATERCOLOR BOOTCAMP

AIEA is thrilled to offer this special workshop for our participating schools and teachers. Join us for this exciting and unique opportunity!

This is a skill building session for educators who would like to learn about painting with watercolor. We will cover the basic techniques and how to apply them in a painting. We will experiment with creating textures from household materials. Charles Burchfield (1893- 1967) will be our focal artist with his paintings of the seasons, landscape, and weather.

Gain confidence in your watercolor painting so you can instruct your students and have fun! Leave with lesson ideas to connect visual arts to your curriculum. All supplies provided.

WHAT:  SUPERDAY workshop for K-12 Teachers 

WHO:  Durinda Cheek, M.Ed, started as a facilitator for AIEA in 1995 and became director in 2009.  She taught art in middle and elementary schools prior to serving as the art department chairperson at The McCallie School in Chattanooga for ten years.  As an artist, she works in oils and watercolors and enjoys painting “en plein air” (outdoors) as much as possible.  She exhibits her work in galleries across the southeast including the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art Gift Shop and Gallery 905 in Selma.  She is a Signature member of Georgia, Louisiana, and Tennessee Watercolor Societies and an associate member of Watercolor Society of Alabama and Southern Watercolor Society.  Currently she teaches painting at Townsend Atelier in Chattanooga, TN and leads workshops in different regions in the U.S., France, and Italy.  Her on-line gallery is www.Durinda.com and her Facebook is www.facebook.com/durinda.cheek.

WHEN:  Saturday, March 7, 2030     10:00-3:00 CST

WHERE: Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery

DETAILS: FREE!     Lunch is furnished.    

ENROLLMENT IS LIMITED TO 20 PARTICIPANTS

Registration: DURINDA WATERCOLOR 2020

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