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Project HOME Classes Continue Despite Coronavirus Stay-at-home Order

In early March, when the coronavirus forced non-essential business closures and strict stay-at-home orders, our Project HOME instructors Linda Dennin, Dan Mahlman, and Michela Mansuino immediately worked on a plan to continue the classes so many students had come to enjoy.

Updates on Operations During Coronavirus Pandemic

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Studio Incamminati welcomes new President, James A. Savoie

Studio Incamminati is elated to announce our new President James A. Savoie.

Studio Incamminati Welcomes First Veteran Student Funded Through GI Bill

The Department of Veteran Affairs has approved Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realist Art to accept the GI Bill as financial aid for veteran students. The rigorous process was ignited through one veteran’s desire to attend the school and further their art education.

Online, in-studio events highlight a weekend of artistry at Studio Incamminati

Two exclusive events, one online and one in-studio, highlight a special weekend of artistry at Studio Incamminati, School for Realist Art.

The school’s annual Facebook Live presentation, Saturday, April 6, 12:30 – 4:30 p.m., this year spotlights three artists working in three mediums. “Seeing, Creating, Progressing: Drawing and Sculpture” features graphite drawing with school Dean Dan Thompson, charcoal drawing with school Fellow Wendy Wagner and relief sculpture with school Instructor Stephen Perkins.

Higher Aim of Art Presents Bo Bartlett

"The whole thing is a great mystery - and our job is to paint about it. And to wake up in the mystery, and help others wake up in the mystery."

That was just one of the philosophical nuggets, acclaimed realist artist Bo Barlett brought to his presentation "Let Your Root Feed Your Crown." This latest entry in The Higher Aim of Art lecture series drew a large crowd to Studio Incamminati's fifth-floor studio on a snowy Friday night.

New board members hail from around the nation

Bo Bartlett, David C. Decker and Betsy Eby are the latest national figures to bring their expertise to the Studio Incamminati board of governors. They join recent additions actor/director/producer Federico Castellucio, of New York City, along with finance expert, noted art collector and philanthropist Stephen Bennett from Texas, as Studio Incamminati continues to expand its board along with the school's vision.

Meet the newest Studio Incamminati student artists

Each shares a passion for contemporary realist art. Each is willing to sacrifice time and effort to master their art and nurture their creative growth. That's where the similarities end. They come from the East Coast, West Coast and Midwest. Their backgrounds range from art teacher to city planner to traveling artist in Italy, a host of other occupations. In the words of one student, they are "immersed in a supportive artistic community with like-minded, passionate people."

Diane Rappisi named interim president of Studio Incamminati

Diane Rappisi, a Studio Incamminati alumna who once served as the school's first executive director, has been appointed Interim President.

Rappisi, a longtime professional artist and art educator working primarily in pastels has taught classes and workshops nationwide and internationally. In addition to her artistic expertise, she brings a wealth of experience gained from running a teaching studio in Colorado. 

ALUMNI PROFILE/ Dian Paramita celebrates ephemerality of daily life

Where most people see a dead fish, or, a neatly sliced pineapple, Dian Paramita sees beauty. Fleeting beauty.“My artwork centers on celebrating the ephemerality of everyday life,” says the Indonesia native and former marketing professional.