Visit the MOSA Academy of art.
Meet the Instructors.
Tour the Facilities.
Receive Details About Schedules and Fees at the MOSA Academy of Art Open House ... drop in any time between 3:30 PM and 8:00 PM on Friday, January 25, 2019 and/or 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, January 26, 2019.
The MOSA Academy of Art entrance is located on the side of the Franklin License Bureau.
The MOSA Academy of Art offers high level art instruction in the form of a variety of classes and workshops for high school students, art educators and adults seeking to hone their artistic skills. Offerings for high school students include a classical drawing program, illustration techniques and methods, and character design and development, including sculpting characters in clay. Studio classes for adults include a classical approach to drawing and painting, such as pet portraits in oil. Art educators are offered certificate workshops in all of the above to earn CEUs. Methods of instruction at the Academy include numerous live demonstrations, small classes in a relaxed but serious atmosphere and a great opportunity to build an outstanding student portfolio.
The lead instructor at the Academy is Tim Langenderfer. Tim has a BFA from Ohio University. He began his artistic career as an illustrator for a commercial art studio, which he followed with a freelance career illustrating for major corporations. He was an adjunct professor for the University of Dayton for over twenty years and currently teaches at Lehman Catholic High School in Sidney, Ohio. Tim is the Artist-in-Residence at the Museum of Spiritual Art, which sponsors the Academy.
Tim is joined by Jacob Flannery as an Academy instructor. Jacob is a graduate of Stivers School for the Arts. He has a BFA in Animation from the Columbus College of Art & Design and just received his Diploma of Excellence from the Angel Academy of Art in Florence, Italy.
MOSA Art Academy is sponsored by the Museum of Spiritual Art.