Summer Workshop Program 2024
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$900 - Sustaining Level
$800 - Standard Level
$700 - Subsidized Level
$500 - Student/Teacher Level
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This workshop is a retreat to observe, draw, and write along the trails of Provincetown using prompts of Henry David Thoreau and others. Drawing methods used will be suitable for beginners to advanced, including pen, pencil, ink and brush, basic watercolor, combining word and image on sketchbook pages. The sketchbook is a way of traveling into new landscapes, seeing them fresh with your own eyes, as the observer in a particular moment in geography and time. The result is an individual experience translated into your own particular sensory map. We’ll carpool or walk and introduce a new site each day to include dunes, forest, and beach.Mark-Adams-Materials-List-SP24.docx.pdf
Mark Adams is a painter/cartographer showing at the Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown, and has 30 years experience in the National Park Service. He has exhibited installations, prints, photography, scientific illustration, and video art, and he was named Artist of the Year by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. His retrospective, Expedition, was at the Provincetown Art Association Museum in 2017. He has traveled with a sketchbook in hand around the Mediterranean, South America, Asia, and US wildernesses and has illustrated and co-authored a geologic primer, Coastal Landforms of Cape Cod, with Center for Coastal Studies geologist Graham Giese.