Demonstrate basic painting elements, concepts, and techniques.
Articulate their ideas through painting.
Create art in an expressive, authentic, and holistic manner.
Receive a certificate of completion.
Be trained by a hands-on artist-instructor.
Rewatch past sessions for reference or guidance.
Any brand, minimum of five colors: red, yellow, (light) blue, black, and white.
Canvas, illustration board, and/or cartolina
Cartolina and illustration board are cheaper, but canvas is meant for longevity. Please have one piece of any of the mentioned materials per session, along with sheets of paper. Recommended canvas and board size is A3. Easel is optional!
Paint brushes and plastic containers
At least two different sizes, one large and one small.
Comfortable clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.
Course Contents and Schedule
Alfred Marasigan first specialized in landscape painting before exploring digital formats in his art. In 2019, he earned an MA in contemporary art from UiT Arctic University of Norway's Kunstakademiet i Tromsø and is a Norwegian Council of the Arts Grantee for Newly Graduated Artists. His paintings and other works have been exhibited at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Enclave Labs (UK), Tromsø Kunstforening (Norway), Small Projects (Norway), and Meinblau Projektraum (Germany). He teaches visual art history, painting, and aesthetics at Ateneo de Manila University.