For our April Member Meeting, we’re thrilled to invite Elsie Wood to discuss the importance of the art critique process and then facilitate a fun & friendly critique for those who wish to bring in their art.
We hope you can join us for this fun participatory event, meet new people and be inspired!
Come alone or bring a guest, and join us on Tuesday, April 10th for a fun creative evening at the downtown Boulder Public Library!
WHAT: Boulder Art Association April Member Meeting & Fun, Friendly, Community Art Critique with Elsie Wood
WHEN: Tuesday, April 10, 2018 | 6:00 pm – 7:45 pm
WHERE: Main Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, Flagstaff Meeting Room, 1st Floor
PARKING: Free parking for the first 90 minutes in library parking lot. You may purchase an additional 90 minutes for $1.25/hour.
ART CRITIQUE PARTICIPATION: To have your ART INCLUDED IN THE ART CRITIQUE, please REGISTER below. All are welcome to attend, but seating will be limited.
CRITIQUE IS FULL!
Drinks and light snacks will be provided, and feel free to contribute drinks or snacks if you wish.
Meet artists from the Boulder art community, art supporters, friends from our Meetup Group, and the Board of the Boulder Art Association.
Boulder Art Association art critique facilitated by Gary Michael in October 2015.
Agenda for the Art Critique Program:
Elsie Wood will discuss the importance of the critique process including a review of her creative process, guidelines for composition, and the importance of evaluation and validation. She will also present ideas on how to self evaluate your art and how to prepare for a juried show, call for entries, and art critiques; with an emphasis on how to re-kindle the creative fire after acceptance or rejection and give tips on the road to success.
Art Critique Session:
Elsie will demonstrate a typical art critique using her own style of critique. A limited number of participants can volunteer to have their art critiqued.
CRITIQUE IS FULL!
Elsie Wood received her Master of Education in Creative Arts in Learning from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She was formerly Executive Director of the Society for Creative Aging in Boulder, Colorado. She has many years’ experience as a sculptor and creative artist and is currently facilitating a Creative Sage Circle in Colorado. She is an alumna of Journey Path Institute as a JourneyCircles™ Licensed Facilitator and a certified Creative Depth Coach.
Please join us April 10th for a fun night of art, food, and friendly people at our April Member Meeting!
BAA Membership is not required for attendance, but if you’d like to become a BAA Member, please join on our Membership Page, thanks!