Studio Incamminati’s extraordinary premise draws artists from a wide variety of circumstances. Our flexible offerings enable the most talented artists to participate, regardless of stage of life, professional experience or geographical distance. To meet the diverse needs of
artists from around the region, the country and the world, we offer three distinct types of programs:
Full-time Professional Program
The Professional Program is designed for artists of all ages and levels of ability, from professionals seeking to expand their skills to talented high school students just embarking on their artistic journey. The program requires approximately four years of study. Click Here for details
Part-time Professional Program
The new Part-Time Professional Program features the same award-winning instructors, rigorous Nelson Shanks-designed curriculum and dynamic atelier studio setting of the renowned full-time program. But, it is constructed to fit your busy schedule and your financial situation. Click Here for details
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the 2012-13 catalog
Evening and Day Continuing Education
These classes are based on the techniques and philosophy taught in our Professional Program. Specific elements are extracted from our curriculum and aimed at practicing artists as well as promising young artists at all levels of experience. These programs allow participants to focus on particular areas of their skill development.
2013 Fall Continuing Education
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These one or two-week intensive sessions are taught by Studio Incamminati instructors, outstanding artists selected by Nelson Shanks, and at times trained by Shanks. They allow artists to build upon their knowledge. A growing number of our international alumni return regularly to advance their skills and add insights to the workshops.
Art Educators Workshops These week-long workshops introduce teachers to the concepts and methods of drawing and painting as taught at Studio Incamminati. The classes are open to all teachers, with middle and high-school teachers especially encouraged to apply. The content addresses Pennsylvania Academic and National Standards for Art Education and Pennsylvania teachers can earn 30 hours of PDE Act 48 credits. State approval is pending for New Jersey teachers to earn state Continuing Education Credits.
These programs are financed in part by a grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.