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Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.
Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
I have two graduate degrees: one in Music and the other in Dance and Theater studies.
My undergraduate degree is from The Juilliard School, in Dance.
I've taught children and grown ups for many years. I have a strong performing career and love the way teaching keeps me in a giving and learning place.
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With beginning students I am very laid back and patient and believe strongly that in the play of games and experiments technique will develop and manifest. As the student becomes more advanced I become more demanding as do the materials.
As an Acting teacher I have the capacity to take students along all the way to professional and beyond. I'm a member of the Actors Studio, the performing unions and ha
For Dance, I have a wide knowledge and can teach several forms as well as history and materials. I also teach Ballet and many forms of Modern Dance. I adore teaching dance composition. To help a dance student make their own dances is very fulfilling. I also teach choreography or composition.
One of the aspects of dance composition that has recently captivated me is the composing of sound and music for the dance that is also being made. Using software, we can explore electroacoustic as well as language and text collage as sound score for your dance. It is super fun!!!
For the Visual Arts I teach Abstract Painting as well as Installation and Performance Art.
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I have supplies and space. Visual Art students need to contribute to materials by finding or purchasing whatever they like and adding to the mix. My students are welcome to use what I have here and I am always adding materials. Many people throw away materials that are perfectly good for art making so keep your eyes open and you'll find all kinds of good things. Visual Art students need to book a 2 hour minimum and I will lower the price if you just let me know you need it.
My fees: I start at a higher fee and after you've been a regular student we can lower the fee for you if you need.
*** Travel Equipment ***
just a space to work in - we can create a work space out of any space.
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In dance I teach classical ballet principles for beginners or those who are returning and want to work carefully and privately. I teach from the tradition of Alfredo Corvino's principles of relationship to organic forms and structures for sound development. I studied with Mr Corvino for years and continue to study with Ernesta Corvino.
For acting I teach a combination of classical acting technique with American sense memory and relaxation skills. I am well versed in the teachings of Lee Strasberg and then spent time in London to 'fill in the cracks' of my training with analytical skills as well as the various european influences that the Royal National embrace.
I teach creative discovery in combination with classical devices so the student can discover their own artistry while learning actual classical devices for accomplishing specific goals.
· Dance · In studio
Highly recommend working with her!
· Acting · Online
· Abstract Painting · In home
I am also involve in research for last 10 years. I have presented piece of my reaserch in prestigious institutions like Harvard university.
I am also dedicated to creative writing and teach calligraphy. I have received many awards for my creative writing at various places.
· Calligraphy · Online
· Hindi · In home
· Finance · In home
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I’m using 2 different teaching strategy based on my students interest.
In the first plan, I start to teach from basic to advanced technique; my goal at the beginning stage is to provide students with enough skills and technique that they can skillfully begin making art from 3- dimensional sources, not just copying from other arts.
In the second path, I start teaching any subject or technique that my student prefer like pastel landscape or oil painting portrait.
I teach a variety of technique, medium and styles from realistic to abstract
· Oil Painting · In studio
· Drawing · In home
· Watercolor Painting · In studio
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· Drawing · In home
· Acrylic Painting · In home
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I'm an expert in using Photoshop, including advanced retouching techniques, composites and layering. And I believe it's critical to master these skills to produce truly great photography, because even if you're not doing any retouching, you need to use these techniques to fine-tune your image and make it powerful.
Because I started as a photo-journalist and then went into fashion and advertising, I have a in-depth understanding of how to create strong, b
If you want to improve your travel photography, portraits, shoot amazing product shots, or anything else, I can show you how to do it! I love sharing all the knowledge and techniques I've learned over the years to help make you the best photographer you can be!
My name is Olivia , a US based fashion/lifestyle and beauty illustrator.
I started drawing when I was 6 years old and as I got older I realized that there is nothing more that I want to do than illustrate and create art .
Most of my work evolves around high end fashion, lifestyle and beauty and I would love to share my knowledge with someone who is as passionate as I am about this subject.
You will be learning how to add depth, sparkle and magic and surprise yourself and others with your progress.
I love seeing my students developing new skills and most of all I love teaching them how to correctly see things and translate that into their illustrations.
I have 6+ years in fashion/beauty and lifestyles illustrations and some of my past customers include Louis Vuitton, Macy’s, David Yurman and Sephora to name but
I am looking forward to be working with you and see your skills progress everyday . It’s up to you if it will be “one day” or “day one” :)
I have been exhibiting my work since 2003 and teaching since 2005.
I have exhibited widely among places The Portrait gallery at the Smithsonian museum in Washington, DC, Queens museum, I have participated in the Musee Quai du Branly biennial and received their artist in residence fellowship in 2017. I have participated in 2 NYT portfolio reviews, fotofest in Houston, in the 3rd Latin American forum in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
I had a solo show at Yoshinaga gallery in NYC in 2018, a book of my work was published by Autograph ABP, and have been nominated for awards such as Prix Pictet, 2019, Greenpeace 2017.
This year my photograph is the cover image of UNESCO year of Indigenous Languages.
My work is often featured in the NYT.
I also am a senior photo reviewer for a prestigious magazine.
I am interested in teaching students how to see the world through the lens of photography but also how to incorporate other media as painting, video, performance, sculpture and so on.
In the first class we will look at your work, and you will receive a review from me and what are the places of strength and what can be improved. From this initial review I will cater the following classes to suit your needs.
I’ve done art show around Dallas, TX where I take my work and hang showcase them and sell them.
Art for me is something that lights me up and keeps me out of my mind to just focus on getting the lines perfect or making sure the colors compliment each other.
I am looking forward to teaching what I have learned in my almost 10 years of experience.
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As a student of art, you can explore everything from watercolors to sculpting to photography and more! If you’re interested in learning how to draw caricatures (and how to improve your overall creative skills), take a look at these pointers and FAQs from full-time artist Mike V., who teaches in Bridgeport, CT: 1) What are the steps for drawing caricatures? How does it differ from other types of drawing? The first thing to do is to familiarize yourself with human anatomy, especially faci …
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