Chester County Night School


Coatesville's industrial landscape has attracted artists from Charles Demuth to Ralston Crawford, John Moore and recently, contemporary photographers. The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum, on the former site of Lukens Steel, offers artists unparalleled visual material for artistic interpretation and historical documentation. Photographers will have access to landmark steel mills and the unaltered Victorian interiors of the Graystone Mansion and Terracina, once homes to the owners of Lukens. Of particular significance is Mill Site 120, which is the final resting place for the Tridents (trees) from the Twin Towers that were fabricated in Coatesville. Participants will have time to produce photographs and hone their craft. Lecture time and demonstrations in both film and digital methods of camera use will be of value to the beginner as well as the experienced image-maker. A digital or film camera is required. iMac computers and Adobe's Creative Software Suite are provided at the Art Partners Studio. Bring your lunch & picnic on the grounds. For serious teen and/or college age artists aged 15+, four free spaces are available. Call (610) 384 3030 for information.

Dates:July 8-9, 2017   
Number of Sessions:2
Meets:Sa & Su : 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location:Art Partners Studio
Instructor: Art Partners Studio

Notes:Please call Art Partners Studio at 610-383-3030 for information and materials list.

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