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School of the Museum Fine Arts, Boston 2011 Summer Semester Continuing Education Supply Lists

Supply lists will be posted on an ongoing basis. If a course is not listed here, please check back; it may be posted at a later date. For all other unlisted courses, materials will be discussed during the first class meeting. For any additional questions, please contact the Continuing Education Office (617.369.3644; [email protected]) The following courses have published supply lists:

CMP 2110 / Creating the Digital Collage CRX 1040 / Color Theory for Artists, Designers + the Color Curious CRX 1099 / Mask-Making DES 4022 / Illustrating Children's Books DRW 1045 S1 & S2 / Making Marks: Introduction to Drawing DRW 2130 / Mixed Media Figure DRW 2131 / Sourcing Inspiration DRW 2602 / Making Sense DRW 4012 / Anatomy: Muscles MTL 4170 / Alternative Material Jewelry PAI 1041 / Foundation Painting: Fundamentals and Beyond PAI 1121 / Oil Painting Basics: Exploring Paint PAI 1201 / Painting Demos and Drills PAI 1210 / Foundation Figure Painting PAI 2129 / Portrait Painting Intensive PAI 4020 / Ink Painting and Chinese Calligraphy PAI 4048 / The Dutch Still Life PAI 4094/ Watercolor and Water-Based Mixed Media PAI 4202 / The Watercolor Sketchbook PHT 2134 / Colorful Photography and the Digital Darkroom PHT 2039 S1 & S2 / Digital Imaging Immersion: Introduction PHT 3011 / Digital Imaging Immersion: Intermediate PRT 4038 S1 & S2 / Screenprinting A-Z PRT 4170 / Printmaking for Bookmaking SCP 4228 / 3-D Anatomy: The Form of the Human Body

Continuing Education Supply Lists

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CMP 2110 / Creating the Digital Collage Fran Forman Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (July 25­29

Recommended Materials for "Creating the Digital Collage":

· Notebook (for in-class notes) · Budget for Mac Lab Print credits and/or Digital Photo Paper · Thumb drive · Recommended: Print box or envelope for final 8.5 x 11 prints

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CRX 1040 / Color Theory for Artists, Designers + the Color Curious Gerri Rachins Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 6­10) Dear Color Curious Students: Your color explorations during this class will be numerous and a variety of hands-on media/materials may be used. We will review and discuss the entire materials list during the first class. Most supplies, (except Golden fluid paints) are usually in stock at the on-site school store. For the first class I would like you to bring in any assortment of acrylic paint, brushes, or other color materials/tools that you may already have. In addition, for the first class, please purchase the following materials: Primary Cyan Primary Magenta Primary Yellow 1 or 2 - oz bottle 1 or 2 - oz bottle 1 or 2 - oz bottle Golden Fluid Paint. Golden Fluid Paint. Golden Fluid Paint.

Fluid Matte Medium - Small bottle of Golden or Liquitex Mixing Tray - Any plastic or other white tray with small sections for holding your mixed pigments. Brushes for use with Acrylic - At least one Flat #2 brush, one Flat #5 or #6 brush, one Flat #10 brush, and one Round #4 brush. If you already have additional media appropriate brushes in assorted shapes, and sizes, then you may also use them. Paper - A pad of 2 ply Bristol paper or Bristol vellum paper no smaller than 8 /2" x 11". (The school store sells pads and individual sheets.) Palette knife for mixing paint. (You may also use any coffee stirring sticks, plastic knives, etc., for the first class) Additional materials: (Not necessary for the first class): Color Journal - Bound book of empty unlined pages waiting to be filled by you with words, paint, collage and more, to be used only for this class. Quality of paper should be thick enough to work with wet media, and approximately 8 1/2" x 11". Palette - You may use a disposable paper palette and/or wax coated white paper plates white. Paper towels and lots or absorbent cloth rags. Masking tape or designers tape - 1 inch wide. Ruler - 12 inches.

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Pencil and eraser. Container for water - Plastic or aluminum approximately soup can size. Paint - Any assortment of paints and/or other color making materials that you may already have. Rubber cement and rubber cement eraser. Golden paint in fluid (1 or 2 - oz) or small tubes - Titanium White and Mars Black I look forward to meeting with you. Gerri Rachins E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.GerriRachins.com

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CRX 1099 / Mask-Making Jack W. Schneider Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 20­24) A material list for individual students will change according to the student and their individual projects as the class progresses. Here is a bare bones supply list: -1 hot glue gun and glue sticks -1Exacto knife and blades -1 roll of artist tape/duct tape -1 set of brushes (synthetic) -1 tube/jar of acrylic matte medium -1 drawing pad 18x24 -1 pair of scissors

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DES 4022 / Illustrating Children's Books Ilse Plume Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:15­10 pm Six weeks (June 7­July 14) 1) Please obtain a copy of the Uri Shulevitz book 'WRITING WITH PICTURES". You can get it in most libraries, or online through amazon.com, or at a bookstore. There is a paperback version through amazon.com, which is perhaps less costly. If you can obtain the book before class starts, please read the first three chapters. 2) If you have a manuscript or story you're working on, please bring that. Otherwise I'll have some suggestions for a project you may wish to illustrate. 3) Please bring a notebook and pen or pencil to the first session. (For taking notes.) 4) Please bring two or three of your favorite books to the first class. These can either be current favorites, or ones you've treasured from childhood. 5) Please bring a few samples of your most recent work in either illustration, drawing,painting or photography.

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6) Do bring lots of energy and enthusiasm to class. Be prepared to work hard and to create your dream book! GOOD LUCK! WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS! PLEASE CHECK OUT MY WEBSITE : www.ilseplume.com

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DRW 1045 / Making Marks: Introduction to Drawing Ria Brodell Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm DRW- S1: One week (June 13­17) DRW- S2: One week (July 25­29) MATERIALS: Art Bin or tool box/ bag to carry supplies in Pencils: 2H, HB, 2B, 3B, 4B and 6B (basically a range of hard to soft leads) A Sharpie marker Sharpener Kneaded Eraser A Vinyl Eraser Blending Stumps Masking Tape Glue (stick or bottle) Drawing/ Sketch Pad: 18 x 24 at least 100 sheets Gray Paper: 18 x 24 2-3 sheets 1 Black Charcoal Pencil 1 White Charcoal Pencil Condensed Black Charcoal: one box A Small Box of Vine Charcoal A Small Container of Gesso Brushes: 1 Small and 1 Medium (cheap bristle brushes will do) A Small bottle of Black (India) Ink A Small Selection of Water-based paints (acrylics or watercolors will do) A small box of colored chalk pastels A small box of colored oil pastels Collect magazines and newspaper for collage A can of spray fixative (optional)

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DRW 2130 / Mixed Media Figure Mara Metcalf Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One Week (July 11--15) SUPPLIES: We will work in acrylic paint and drawing media. Projects involve collaging, sketching and image transfer in addition to observation. Items you will need: Papers: pad of paper 18x24 is standard. Sketch book for experimenting and ideas. Large Storage Envelope/Portfolio Roll of paper approximately 10-14 iniches wide

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Canson Paper 22x30 (several sheets) Yupo or Mylar 2-3 sheets. Option: Cardboard, Old Book or ?? Dry Media: Charkole (black compressed charcoal) Color pastels (nu-pastel or alphacolor). Color pencils, Sharpie Marker Optional: Oil stick or Cray pas, Paint: white and black acrylic, and one or more colors. Acrylic Color paints, Ink, I`ll bring some ink, but you may want more. Optional: Gouache in tubes or Watercolor. Brushes Packets of art brushes are fine, shop around for bargains. Have a few brushes on hand for inks and paints.

Gesso White, small container. Acrylic Matte Medium. (small bottle) Masking Tape Scissors, and a Mat Knife (Pre cut collage items from magazines or xeroxes). Glue Stick for paper collage.(or you can use gel medium)

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DRW 2131 / Sourcing Inspiration Amy Wynne-Derry Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 6­10 Materials: Sourcing: First class: Three printed 8x10 examples of artists who use imaginative imagery you admire. Two examples of your our work (can be original or a printed reproduction 8"x10") 18 x 24 drawing pad with drawing board and clips Graphite pencils HB-8B Charcoal pencils Exacto knife Eraser An organic subject that you would like to draw.(ie. tree branch, flower, pine cone, etc...) A mechanical subject that you would like to draw. (ie. corkscrew, hammer, pliers, etc...) String Masking tape

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Future supplies: (wait to purchase) Roll of drawing paper (Strathmore) enough to create five 4` x 4` drawings Jumbo vine charcoal Chamois cloth Sturdy Wooden dowel glue stick string pushpins Xerox personal photos or bring images from magazines for collage work: Suggested: 2 landscape images, 2 interiors, animals, botanical elements, weather, figures, any other interesting images a quote, poem etc.... journal entries (dreams) personal sketchbook

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DRW 2602 / Making Sense Charles Goss Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 6:15­10 pm Four weeks (June 21­July 14) Materials List: Always bring to class: At least 10 different drawing/mark-making tools: brushes, rags, sticks, wet medium-inks, acrylics, water color, gauche-no oils, dry medium-pencils, non-toxic pastels, oil pastels, crayons, eye-liner, lipstick, food coloring, tea, coffee, Large white sketchbook-all the time Lots of papers of any sort and, and we will supply some Stonehenge paper for a cost.

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DRW 4012 / Anatomy: Muscles Gerry Hoag Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One Week (June 6 ­ 10) STUDENT SUPPLY LIST - DRAWING/ANATOMY CLASS © 2010 Gerry Hoag (rev. GPH 10/2/10) COURSE TITLE: ANATOMY FOR FIGURE DRAWING Summer Intensive - SMFA - Instructor: Gerry Hoag RECOMMENDATIONS: These are my suggestions for getting the most from your drawing/anatomy experience (these specific materials are highly recommended). They are listed in order of importance. The second group is more optional. If you feel more comfortable working with other materials, feel free to bring them, but it should be strongly noted that I will be able to help you the most if you use the recommended materials. FIRST GROUP Paper, 18x24 pad white student grade, approx. 50 lbs. or better grade (I strongly discourage newsprint) Drawing board, Masonite type, appropriate for 18x24 paper (1/4 plywood or any appropriate substitute works well). The school may provide these for use in class, but do not depend on it.

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Clips, (2-4) Large Bulldog, black spring metal or Esterbrook type clips (if no clips come on drawing board) Pencils, graphite wooden drawing type, 6B or darker (I do not recommend mechanical pencils or graphite sticks) Sharpener (to sharpen pencils), sharp penknife or utility knife is preferred or pencil sharpener Erasers, kneaded gum & white plastic architectural (both preferred) or gum erasers (Pink or regular abrasive type erasers are not recommended) Charcoal pencils, wooden type, (General`s brand work well) 4-6B or darker or soft` ­ extra soft` Charcoal pencils, furled paper w/string type (Berél brand work well), 4-6B or darker or soft` ­ extra soft` SECOND GROUP Portfolio carrying case Small container or bag, to hold loose drawing materials (i.e. 1 gal. Zip-lock Freezer Bag` works well) Notebook/drawing type, (if you would like to take lecture notes with accompanying illustrations) Colored pencils, work well for color-coding your anatomy illustrations. Sanguine or Venetian red Drawing Pencil, for drawing skeletons within contour figure drawings. Compressed charcoal, 4-6B or darker or soft` ­ extra soft.` These will look like conté but are different. Also, soft 3/8 square compressed charcoal if you wish to work larger than 18x24" (vine charcoal or conté not recommended). Wooden dowel, 18x1/4 (one can purchase a 36 dowel at hardware store. Substitution: scavenged telescoping radio/TV antenna, comparable size) `L'-frames: Cardboard or matboard (approximate maximum window size of 10x8) If you don`t know how to make these, just bring a piece of cardboard (not corrugated) or mat board at least 14x16 and we will make them in class (also a couple of spring type clothes pins or a substitute). Small mirror, approx. 3x5 Spray fixative, for preserving drawings Anatomy book: Recommended texts: Artistic Anatomy, by Dr. Paul Richer, edited by Robert Beverly Hale, Watson/Guptill (preferred text). Excellent book and good dollar value. Anatomy for the artist, by Jeno Barcsay, This is an older book that has recently been republished. Good dollar value. Human Anatomy For Artists, by Eloit Goldfinger, Oxford University Press. Good book, but over priced. Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist, by Stephan Rogers Peck. A good older text. Albinus on Anatomy, by Robert Beverly Hale and Terence Coyle. Dover Pub. Good book and excellent dollar value. If you are in the Boston area, these are a few Art Supply Stores where materials may be purchased: *Artist and Craftsman Supply Store, Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA. MBTA Red Line. (call first, It may have gone out of business!) *Utrecht Art Supply Center, 1030 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA (617) 495-0250. (about ¼ mile out of Central Sq., just before Harvard Sq. on your left). MBTA Red Line. Utrecht Arty Supply Center, 333 Mass Ave, (corner of Mass Ave and Huntington near Symphony Hall), (617) 262-4948. MBTA Green Line. Art Store The Landmark Center (BLICK), 401 Park Dr. Boston, (in the old Sears tower/building, not far from Fenway Park and Kenmore Sq.- MBTA Green Line) MA (617) 247-3322. Mass College of Art Supply & Book Store, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA (First floor Kennedy Bldg., on campus) (617) 739-4770. Art Supply Store at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, in the first floor foyer area of the school. SMFA, 230 The Fenway, Boston, MA. See the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory.

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*These two stores are all very close to each other. Good luck and I look forward to working with you. Best, Gerry Hoag

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MTL 4170 / Alternative Material Jewelry Leslie Shershow Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 27­July 1)

On the first day of class, students should bring in a large bag of found objects. This includes natural and artificial materials, such as twigs, plastic bags, packaging, recyclables, paper materials, etc. These objects should have no value.

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PAI 1041 / Foundation Painting: Fundamentals and Beyond Abby Zonies Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:15­10 pm Six weeks (June 7­July 14) I am looking forward to working with you this summer. I intend to go over materials in depth with you the first day of class. We have a school store and you will be able to purchase most of what you need there at a reasonable price. Please call me if you have any questions (1-617-698-1280) or ([email protected]edu). If you want to shop a head of time, please hold on to your receipts, but my advice is to wait until we have met and talked. Oil painters, Acrylic Painters Paint / large tube of titanium white, small tubes of ultramarine blue, alizarin crimson, and cadmium yellow, For Oil Painters: Solvent- mineral spirits, or odorless turpentine, or Gamisol - There is no pure gum spirits of turpentine allowed in the studios Paper Palette, as large as possible Glass Jars with tops- start saving them, you will need several Rags, (also available at home depot if you don`t have any old clothes-sheets at home) Small tuna cans or cat food cans if possible Brushes bristle brushes for oil, perhaps a #6, #8, and #10. Please check out home depot for some cheap house painting brushes and sponges as well as your own basement for potential tools to paint with. Canvas Paper Pad 18x 24 Small container of acrylic gesso. We will discuss other supports for painting in class- I will demo stretching canvas, etc, but in the mean time, check out your home for things to paint on, old wood surfaces, old mirrors, glass, Plexiglas, cardboard, masonite, etc.

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PAI 1121 / Oil Painting Basics: Exploring Paint Abby Zonies Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (July 11­15) Dear Students, I am looking forward to working with you this summer. I intend to go over materials in depth with you the first day of class. We have a school store and you will be able to purchase most of what you need there at a reasonable price. Please call me if you have any questions (1-617-698-1280) or ([email protected]). If you want to shop a head of time, please hold on to your receipts, but my advice is to wait until we have met and talked. Paint / large tube of titanium white, small tubes of ultramarine blue, alizarin crimson, and cadmium yellow, Solvent- mineral spirits, or odorless turpentine, or Gamisol - There is no pure gum spirits of turpentine allowed in the studios Paper Palette, as large as possible Glass Jars with tops- start saving them, you will need several Rags, (also available at home depot if you don`t have any old clothes-sheets at home) Small tuna cans or cat food cans if possible Brushes bristle brushes for oil, perhaps a #6, #8, and #10. and check out home depot for some cheap house painting brushes and sponges as well as your own basement for potential tools to paint with. Canvas Paper Pad 18x 24 Small container of acrylic gesso. We will discuss other supports for painting in class- I will demo stretching canvas, etc, but in the mean time, check out your home for things to paint on, old wood surfaces, old mirrors, glass, Plexiglas, cardboard, masonite, etc.

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PAI 1201 / Painting Demos and Drills Lizi Brown Monday­Friday 9am­6pm One Week (July 25­29)

Supplies: bring drawing supplies to first class. The school store will be open; you can buy whatever you need to add during lunch break. 18"x24" white paper drawing pad or loose sheets (Stonehenge is good and cheap), 12 sticks compressed charcoal (soft), 1 piece vine or willow charcoal, conte crayons in three earth colors, large kneaded eraser, flexible plastic eraser, small box oil pastels, sketchbook for notes. painting supplies: Supports: canvas board, stretched canvas, board, or a pad of unstretched canvas (primed.) Size is up to you, 16x20 works well. You`ll need at least 9, and it`s nice to have a couple of extras. If you are using paper or unstretched canvas, bring a drawing board to tack your work to. (For oils: canvas, wood, paper or cardboard needs to be treated with two or more coats of gesso or matte acrylic

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medium.)

Paint:

Acrylics: suggest Golden Oil Paints: suggest Gamblin student grade bulleted colors are necessary; others make life easier but can be mixed or close to it. Quick Dry White for oils, any white for acrylics Burnt Umber Lemon Yellow or Cadmium Yellow Light Alizarin Crimson Permanent Cadmium Red Ultramarine Blue Prussian Blue or Thalo Blue Burnt Sienna Terre Verte Viridian Unbleached Titanium or Titanium Buff Sap Green Yellow Ochre Tools etc: Palette knife: small (@1 diamond shape, offset blade) Brushes: get softer brushes, not the stiff bristle ones. (Utrecht makes good quality reasonably priced synthetic brushes. Natural hair brushes tend to be easier to work with and last longer; if you take good care of them they will be a better value in the long run.) ¼, ½, 1 filberts (rounded flat) ½ and 1 brights (square end flat) Palette: large disposable paper palette pad, or waxed paper and tape Cotton rags: a T-shirt torn into pieces roughly six or eight inches square Large glass jar with screw on lid (pickle jar works) Small glass jar with screw on lid (baby food jar works) Skin protection: disposable gloves or barrier cream Brush cleaner:The Masters(shoe polish size container), or inexpensive vegetable oil. Medium: small jars of Gamsol (thinner), Liquin (drier), and linseed oil (any type) SAFETY Students are expected to follow clean studio practices. Pigments and thinners are toxic. Use disposable gloves or barrier cream when working. Clean up spills right away. Dispose of rags, paper towels, disposable palettes, gloves, etc. in red hazardous waste can. Gamsol is the least toxic of oil paint thinners, it is the only thinner allowed in the building. Do not use spray fixatives indoors. Use glassine interleaving to protect delicate drawings.

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PAI 1210-S1 / Foundation Figure Painting Cobi Moules Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 27­July 1) Email: [email protected]

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Materials List: Oil Paints (Gamblin preferred): Titanium White Cadmium Yellow Light Yellow Ochre Naples Yellow Alizarin Crimson Cadmium Red Ultramarine Blue Prussian Blue Burnt Sienna Burnt Umber Unbleached Titanium Canvas or canvas boards Pallet knife Paint thinner (Gamsol or odorless mineral spirits) Liquin Brushes: small, medium, large filberts and rounds Large disposable paper palette pad Cotton rags 2 Small jars or cans Disposable gloves or barrier cream The Masters Brush cleaner

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PAI 2129 / Portrait Painting Intensive Lizi Brown Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 20--24) Supplies: bring drawing supplies to first class. The school store will be open; you can buy whatever you need to add during lunch break. 18"x24" white paper drawing pad or loose sheets (Stonehenge is good and cheap), 12 sticks compressed charcoal (soft), 1 piece vine or willow charcoal, conte crayons in three earth colors, large kneaded eraser, flexible plastic eraser, small box oil pastels, sketchbook for notes. painting supplies: Supports: canvas board, stretched canvas, board, or a pad of unstretched canvas (primed.) Size is up to you, 16x20 works well. You`ll need at least 9, and it`s nice to have a couple of extras. If you are using paper or unstretched canvas, bring a drawing board to tack your work to. (For oils: canvas, wood, paper or cardboard needs to be treated with two or more coats of gesso or matte acrylic medium.)

Paint:

Acrylics: suggest Golden Oil Paints: suggest Gamblin student grade bulleted colors are necessary; others make life easier but can be mixed or close to it. Quick Dry White for oils, any white for acrylics Burnt Umber

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Lemon Yellow or Cadmium Yellow Light Alizarin Crimson Permanent Cadmium Red Ultramarine Blue Prussian Blue or Thalo Blue Burnt Sienna Terre Verte Viridian Unbleached Titanium or Titanium Buff Sap Green Yellow Ochre Tools etc: Palette knife: small (@1 diamond shape, offset blade) Brushes: get softer brushes, not the stiff bristle ones. (Utrecht makes good quality reasonably priced synthetic brushes. Natural hair brushes tend to be easier to work with and last longer; if you take good care of them they will be a better value in the long run.) ¼, ½, 1 filberts (rounded flat) ½ and 1 brights (square end flat) Palette: large disposable paper palette pad, or waxed paper and tape Cotton rags: a T-shirt torn into pieces roughly six or eight inches square Large glass jar with screw on lid (pickle jar works) Small glass jar with screw on lid (baby food jar works) Skin protection: disposable gloves or barrier cream Brush cleaner:The Masters(shoe polish size container), or inexpensive vegetable oil. Medium: small jars of Gamsol (thinner), Liquin (drier), and linseed oil (any type) SAFETY Students are expected to follow clean studio practices. Pigments and thinners are toxic. Use disposable gloves or barrier cream when working. Clean up spills right away. Dispose of rags, paper towels, disposable palettes, gloves, etc. in red hazardous waste can. Gamsol is the least toxic of oil paint thinners, it is the only thinner allowed in the building. Do not use spray fixatives indoors. Use glassine interleaving to protect delicate drawings.

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PAI 4020 / Ink Painting and Chinese Calligraphy: A Contemporary Approach Sue Yang Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 20­24)

Instructor: Sue Yang ([email protected]) I Stationary Items 1. Two Brushes 2. Rice paper 3. Bottled ink. 4. A container to clean the brushes and a flat plate(saucer) to the class Order from California Oriental Art Supply (OAS) P.O. Box 6596 Huntington Beach, CA 92615

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Phone: 714-969-4470, 1800-969-4471 Web: www.orientalartsupply.com OAS order number and title for: 1. Brushes: a. Orchid Bamboo size medium size m --- H2c, $18.00 b. happy dot --- H1c Brushes: $9.00 2. Best shun (10 sheets) P10 Rice Paper: Best Shuen Full Sheets 27" x 54" 10 sheet $15.00 3. Bottled ink Best bottled ink, #14 $ 11.00 (TRY Museum School store first if they have it. You can get less expensive.) 1. Ink at Museum School or Boston Book Store 2. Paper in Chinatown at Boston Bookstore, Lincoln Street (But 2 brushes at OAS are better quality) II One book is highly recommended, but is not mandatory. 1. Flowers & Birds: A Perspective by O-shi Yang $24.00 Order from OAS 2. Mustard Seed Garden book (You could get it at MFA or most big book stores like Borders or Order from Amazon.com)

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PAI 4048 / The Dutch Still Life Hannah Barrett Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 13­17) Supplies for Dutch Still Life Summer Intensive 2011 (2) 8 x 10 stretched canvases (linen or canvas) (2) 5 x 7 stretched canvases (linen or canvas) Why so tiny? So that you can learn several methods quickly and later apply the ones which suit your needs to a larger scale. Small container of gray gesso Black and white acrylic paint Black ink and water container Watercolor brushes (small rounds or filberts) Watercolor block Decent quality sketch pad 8x10 or 11 x 14 A sheet of gray or beige charcoal paper ( can get this at the school store) Drawing materials: 2B/3B pencils, sharpener, eraser, white pencil (or white conte pencil) Linseed oil Sansoder or Gamsol or Turpenoid Liquin : a painting medium which helps oils dry faster Disposable palette (8x10 is fine) RAGS

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Small objects to paint ( preferably small fruit and one or two other small, simple things) COLORS Napthol red, and Alizeran Crimson Ultramarine Blue and Cerulean Blue Hue Permanent Green and Thalo Green Hansa Yellow and Cadmium Yellow Hue ( these are a warm and cool for each hue) Yellow Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber Black (any) and Titanium White BRUSHES : Hair ( either fake sables or real sables) Utrecht makes nice quality, inexpensive sables -have an assortment of small rounds and filberts

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PAI 4094 / Watercolor and Water-Based Mixed Media Heidi Whitman Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 13­17) Dear Students: The first day we`ll go over this supply list in detail. In general you should bring whatever supplies you already have on hand that you think would be appropriate and some of the supplies listed below. Since you`ll be experimenting with a wide range of materials buying everything may be prohibitive. Demonstrations of some materials will be given, and you might want to share and trade materials. On the first day you`ll need watercolor and ink and watercolor and rice paper. The most important things to bring are images to work from- photographs, magazine and newspaper material, maps or charts, collage materials of interest. Also bring objects to work from. Please bring examples of work done previously. It gives me some idea of your interests. The following is a list of other necessary items: 1" masking tape and 1 jar of YES glue, Soba, or other glue jar of matt or gloss acrylic medium and a small jar of gesso X-acto knife and scissors Three plastic water containers- yogurt containers or whatever A few small Dixie cups Paper towels and a sponge A few cheap soft flat Chinese brushes- 1/2", 1", 3" Pad of palette paper and a large plastic palette for watercolor and gouache Pencils Bottle of black, brown, and colored ink and a cheap sumi brush for ink Any other drawing material you have on hand- pastels, oil pastels, watercolor crayons or pencils, prismacolor watercolor markers, etc. Grey kneaded eraser Black and colored microns or sharpie markers 1 cradled clayboard or gesso board 8"x10" or larger, Ampersand Co. 1 wood panel or a stretched canvas of any size A sketchbook of whatever size for you to create a visual journal 1 sheet of Stonehenge or other heavy paper to paint on ( 30"x 40") 1 sheet of black d'Arches cover paper and one sheet of Yupo paper 1 sheets of Borden and Riley Denril drafting film/vellum 1 sheet of wet media poly (prepared acetate)-Duralar is one brand

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At least 3 sheets of 140 lb. watercolor paper both cold and hot press 3 sheets of kitakata rice paper 16"x 20" or other good quality rice paper- Mulberry You`ll need watercolor and/or gouache, and/or acrylic. Buy a range of colors including black and white. I`d suggest getting a warm and a cool in blue, red, yellow, and green. We`ll go over other suggested colors the first class. If you wish to really learn about new paints you will need to invest in a supply of them. I will have some demonstration paints, but not enough for serious experimentation. Student grade paints are fine. At the minimum please bring a 1 flat wash brush and at least a #14 round brush for watercolor and/or the same size for acrylics.

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PAI 4202 / The Watercolor Sketchbook Heidi Hogden Wednesdays 9 am­6 pm Five weeks (June 8­July 6) Supply List The Watercolor Sketchbook Paints (Colors MUST be in tube, not in cake. Try to chose artist`s grade` rather than student`s grade` paints if you can.) Cobalt Blue Permanent Rose Burnt Sienna Aureolin Raw Sienna Sap Green Ultramarine Blue (optional) Cadmium Red or Scarlet Lake (optional) Thalo Green (optional) Quinacidone Magenta, by Winsor Newton, (optional) Brushes Flat Auarelle (1 to 2) Round Sable, White Sable, or Golden Fleece brushes (#2, #6, and #10) Paper Watercolor sketchbook, one small personal size (6 x 8 or close) and one larger (11 x 14 or similar.) (Please find sketchbooks with thick paper, such as 140-300 lb. in Cold Press, the Arches brand has pads with taped edges that work well.) Palette Medium sized white palette Other Supplies needed Small amount of salt, kleenex, pencil, kneaded eraser, small spray bottle, masking tape, masking fluid, masking fluid pick-up, small sponge, old hand towel, water containers, and a bag that you can easily transport all of these materials inside.

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PHT 2134 / Color Photography and the Digital Darkroom Jenifer "Georgie" Friedman Mondays and Wednesdays 6:15­10 pm Six weeks (June 6­July 18) Recommended Materials:

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· Digital SLR or compact camera with manual settings preferred · notebook (for in-class notes) · USB thumb drive (4-16GB) or Portable Hard Drive (Mac compatible, 250GB or more) · CD to turn in final digital portfolio

Recommended/Optional: · Print box, portfolio book or ridged envelope 9 x 12 or larger (based on your preference) · Recommended/optional: access to a Tri-pod for mid-term shooting assignment

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PHT 2039 / Digital Imaging Immersion: Introduction Amber Tourlentes Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm PHT-S1: One week (June 13­17) PHT-S2: One week (June 27­July 1) Paper and printing will be purchased at SMFA cost approx. $25.00 for intro weeks and 50.00 for intermediate. Students should bring or invest in a portable hard drive to backup digital photographs.

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PHT 3011/ Digital Imaging Immersion: Intermediate Amber Tourlentes Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 20­24) Paper and printing will be purchased at SMFA cost approx. $25.00 for intro weeks and 50.00 for intermediate. Students should bring or invest in a portable hard drive to backup digital photographs.

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PRT 4038 S1 / Screenprinting A­Z Jennifer Schmidt Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 13­17) MATERIALS LIST: We provide INK, SQUEGEES, SCOOP COATERS, & ADVICE. YOU NEED TO BUY: 1. *A SCREEN- 49$ AT THE SCHOOL STORE (Purchase 1st Day of Class) 2. *EMULSION - SCHOOL STORE 3. *PAPER- I RECOMMEND AQUAPRINT OR ARCHES 88 FOR STARTERS. ANY PAPER WITH A SMOOTH SURFACE (SCHOOL STORE). 4. *DURALAR (FOR REGISTRATION)- SCHOOL STORE 5. REGISTRATION PINS- SCHOOL STORE (YOU NEED 3)

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6. *MASKING TAPE (YOU WILL NEED A LOT OF THIS!)- HARDWARE OR OFFICE STORE 7. *BLUE SOLVENT TAPE (TO TAPE YOUR SCREEN)- SCHOOL STORE 8. *SCISSORS- (INDISPENSIBLE!) 9. *PRO BLACK INK (FOR DRAWING ON ACETATE)- SCHOOL STORE 10. *ACETATE (TO CREATE DRAWINGS TO EXPOSE)- SCHOOL STORE 11. *WHITE CONTACT PAPER (FOR HAND-CUT STENCILS AND MASKING YOUR SCREEN WHILE PRINTING)- AVAILABLE AT KMART AND HARDWARE STORES (MAKE SURE YOU BUY THE KIND THAT HAS A BACKING). 12. *APRON- (TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM YOUR INK / PERMANENT WHEN DRY) 13. RUBBER GLOVES - (TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM PHOTOCHEMICALS) 14. *SPATUALAS - (FOR MIXING INK)- KMART, ANY HOUSEWARES STORE 15. *NEWSPRINT PAD- (FOR PROOFING) SIZE: AT LEAST 24 X 36 16. *MEMORY STICK OR CD-Rs- TO SAVE AND ARCHIVE YOUR DIGITAL FILES 17. TEXTILE INK- WATER-BASED TEXTILE INK CAN BE PURCHASED AT PEARL PAINT. I RECOMMEND EITHER SPEEDBALL OR DICK BLICK BRAND. 18. *SHARPIE MARKERS & PENCILS- ANY OFFICE SUPPLY STORE 19. *OPAQUING PENS- THESE PENS ARE OPAQUE ENOUGH TO DRAW AND EXPOSE IMAGES ONTO YOUR SCREEN. AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL TIPS, 20. *BLACK CONSTRUCTION PAPER- PERFECT FOR CREATING A FLAT BACKGROUND IMAGE OR FOR CREATING PAPER-CUT DESIGNS. 21. *X-ACTO KNIFE- (FOR CUTTING OUT DESIGNS AND OTHER TASKS) * On the 1st day of class, we will allow time for you to purchase items at the school store. Basic items that can be found at a hardware or office supply store, may be bought in advance. Please bring your sketchbook + sources of inspiration to class the 1st day!

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PRT 4038 S2 / Screenprinting A­Z Ingrid Sanchez + Eszter Sapi Wednesdays 9 am­6 pm Five weeks (June 22­July 20 MATERIALS LIST: We provide INK, SQUEGEES, SCOOP COATERS, & ADVICE. YOU NEED TO BUY: 1. *A SCREEN- 49$ AT THE SCHOOL STORE (Purchase 1st Day of Class) 2. *EMULSION - SCHOOL STORE 3. *PAPER- I RECOMMEND AQUAPRINT OR ARCHES 88 FOR STARTERS. ANY PAPER WITH A SMOOTH SURFACE(SCHOOL STORE). 4. *DURALAR (FOR REGISTRATION)- SCHOOL STORE 5. REGISTRATION PINS- SCHOOL STORE (YOU NEED 3) 6. *MASKING TAPE (YOU WILL NEED A LOT OF THIS!)- HARDWARE OR OFFICE STORE 7. *BLUE SOLVENT TAPE (TO TAPE YOUR SCREEN)- SCHOOL STORE 8. *SCISSORS- (INDISPENSIBLE!) 9. *PRO BLACK INK (FOR DRAWING ON ACETATE)- SCHOOL STORE 10. *ACETATE (TO CREATE DRAWINGS TO EXPOSE)- SCHOOL STORE 11. *WHITE CONTACT PAPER (FOR HAND-CUT STENCILS AND MASKING YOUR SCREEN WHILE PRINTING)- AVAILABLE AT KMART AND HARDWARE STORES ( MAKE SURE YOU BUY THE KIND THAT HAS A BACKING). 12. *APRON- (TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM YOUR INK / PERMANENT WHEN DRY) 13. RUBBER GLOVES - (TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM PHOTOCHEMICALS) 14. *SPATUALAS - (FOR MIXING INK)- KMART, ANY HOUSEWARES STORE

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15. *NEWSPRINT PAD- (FOR PROOFING) SIZE: AT LEAST 24 X 36 16. *MEMORY STICK OR CD-Rs- TO SAVE AND ARCHIVE YOUR DIGITAL FILES 17. TEXTILE INK- WATER-BASED TEXTILE INK CAN BE PURCHASED AT PEARL PAINT. I RECOMMEND EITHER SPEEDBALL OR DICK BLICK BRAND. 18. *PAINT SHARPIE MARKERS-MUST BE OIL BASED & PENCILS- ANY OFFICE SUPPLY STORE 19. *OPAQUING PENS- THESE PENS ARE OPAQUE ENOUGH TO DRAW AND EXPOSE IMAGES ONTO YOUR SCREEN. AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL TIPS, 20. *BLACK CONSTRUCTION PAPER- PERFECT FOR CREATING A FLAT BACKGROUND IMAGE OR FOR CREATING PAPER-CUT DESIGNS. 21. *X-ACTO KNIFE- (FOR CUTTING OUT DESIGNS AND OTHER TASKS) * On the 1st day of class, we will allow time for you to purchase items at the school store. Basic items that can be found at a hardware or office supply store, may be bought in advance. Please bring your sketchbook + sources of inspiration to class the 1st day!

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PRT 4170 / Printmaking for Bookmaking Erika Adams Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 20­24) Materials: apron shop towels 1 pad newsprint (18" x 24") various printing papers - approximately 5-10 sheets pencil small and large black sharpie Pronto Plates (between 2-4, available at the school store) brush for glue brushes for monoprinting (both soft and stiff bristled brushes) box for containing materials various decorative papers (other materials and tools are available for in-class use: book board, book cloth, bone folders, awls, some decorative paper, glue)

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SCP 4228 / 3-D Anatomy: The Form of the Human Body Gerry Hoag Monday­Friday 9 am­6 pm One week (June 13--17) STUDENT SUPPLY LIST © 2010 Gerry Hoag (rev. GPH 10/2/10) COURSE TITLE: 3D ANATOMY: The Form of the Human Body (ecorche) Summer Intensive - SMFA - Instructor: Gerry Hoag PLEASE HAVE YOUR TOOLS AND MATERIALS FOR THE FIRST CLASS. OIL CLAY:

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One 2-pound block of (number 2 ­ medium) Sculpture House Roma Plastilina This can be purchased from most art supply stores or Blick (catalog order # Y33208-2502). Or One 2-pound block of (number 2 ­ medium) Sculpture House Prima Plastilina This can be purchased from most art supply stores or Blick (catalog order # Y33221-1007) Or Two pounds of plasticene/plastilene (aka - oil clay) of your choosing. Any brand will work, but try to obtain an artist quality oil clay (not a cheap children`s product like Jolly King, etc.). Choose something that is in the mid-range for hardness. Color and value are also personal choices (a green or gray in mid-value is a safe choice). You may prefer to try a few different brands to find one that is to your liking. Optional: You may want to make or bring materials to assemble a simple oven to keep your clay warn and pliable (i.e. a cardboard box, a clip-light w/100 watt bulb, a towel and an oven rack or cookie cooling rack that will fit into the cardboard box, two ¼ inch by 36 inch wooden dowels, extension cord). MODELING TOOLS: Twelve-piece carving set (Blick catalog order # Y33059-0129, price $11.69). This is a twelve-piece doubleended stainless steel wax-modeling toolset. They look a bit like dental tools, but larger. They come in a red and clear vinyl plastic sleeve. They are commonly found in the wax modeling section (not sculpture section) of Blick art supply store at the Landmark Center not far from Fenway Park (see list of art stores below). You may need to ask for them specifically. Call first to make sure they are in stock. Other art supply stores may also carry them. Or Any small clay modeling tools you prefer (i.e. dental tools, small loops, small wooden modeling tools, etc.). Optional: One basic wooden clay-sculpture-modeling tool. Optional: You may bring some cheap soft wood chopsticks, a sharp mat knife, and some 100-grit sandpaper. I will show you how to make your own small modeling tools. CALIPERS: metal, 6 ­ 8 inch. KNIFE to cut you plasticene up with. Sturdy kitchen knife works well. Optional: Hammer & two pairs of pliers. NOTEBOOK AND PENCIL/PEN. This is to take lecture notes. I recommend an art-type of drawing notebook so you can draw illustrations while taking notes. COLORED PENCILS: So you can color-code your illustrations during lectures. CONTAINER: To carry your tools and materials. ART ANATOMY BOOKS

Recommended texts:

Artistic Anatomy, by Dr. Paul Richer, edited by Robert Beverly Hale, Watson/Guptill (preferred text). Excellent book and good dollar value. Anatomy for the artist, by Jeno Barcsay, This is an older book that has recently been republished. Good dollar value. Human Anatomy For Artists, by Eloit Goldfinger, Oxford University Press. Good book, but over priced. Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist, by Stephan Rogers Peck. A good older text.

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Albinus on Anatomy, by Robert Beverly Hale and Terence Coyle. Dover Pub. Good book and excellent dollar value. If you are in the Boston area, these are a few Art Supply Stores where materials may be purchased: *Artist and Craftsman Supply Store, Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA. MBTA Red Line. (call first, They may have gone out of business!) *Utrecht Art Supply Center, 1030 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA (617) 495-0250. (about ¼ mile out of Central Sq., just before Harvard Sq. on your left). MBTA Red Line. Utrecht Arty Supply Center, 333 Mass Ave, (corner of Mass Ave and Huntington near Symphony Hall), (617) 262-4948. MBTA Green Line. Art Store The Landmark Center (BLICK), 401 Park Dr. Boston, (in the old Sears tower/building, not far from Fenway Park and Kenmore Sq.- MBTA Green Line) MA (617) 247-3322. Mass College of Art Supply & Book Store, 621 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA (First floor Kennedy Bldg., on campus) (617) 739-4770. Art Supply Store at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, in the first floor foyer area of the school. SMFA, 230 The Fenway, Boston, MA. See the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory. *These two stores are all very close to each other. Good luck and I look forward to working with you. Best, Gerry Hoag

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