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Speaks korean, English
Awarded berklee college of music most performance mallet awards. and scholarship. from Berklee college music school.
Teaching since 2001
*** Specialties *** When I teach piano, I use the Alfred piano method books. When I teach ensemble, I use the Carl Orff method. When I teach Vibes and marimba, I use my own methods.
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have more than 10 years of progressive experience in teaching painting to the beginners,Intermediate and advance levels of students . As my resume indicates, alongside of my experience in teaching, I have presented my artworks in many solo and group exhibitions mostly in my country since 1998. My major field of experience is drawing, Watercolor, Acrylics, oil color and Pastel.
I am 56 years old and a professional teacher in Painting , alongside of my experience in teaching, I have presented my artworks in many solo and group exhibitions mostly in my country since 1998. My major field of experience is Watercolor, Acrylics and Pastel. I have also a long term experience in
Speaks Spanish, German, English, Turkish
Engineering & Economics from Koç Uni & UPENN SEAS
Find your creativity and relax your mind with my abstract painting class! I teach some basic design ideas to make your paintings better with zentangle method!
Hi everyone, I have an engineering & economics degree, I have been working as a consultant for 2 years and besides that I am teaching Turkish, as I am native in it. If you want to learn Turkish, let's make it easier and funny together! (Even tho it is a tough language)
Teaching since 2016
Teaches students 8 and up
MFA Fine Art Photography from Academy of Art University
I have over ten years of professional experience. I am also formally trained with my MFA in photography. I have exhibited from New York to San Francisco and abroad. I have a keen eye for storying telling. I am here to help you advance your photography into something special. We can cover the basics of how to use the camera, but I am mainly here to help you create a portfolio. A body of work that you can be proud of.
My speciality is conceptual photography and family photography. Exploring ones family through photography is a challenge and has many pitfalls and rewards. I am here to help you navigate this.
So if you are ready to take your photography to the next level and build a body of work that you can be proud of, I am here to help!
Troy was born in rural Kansas in 1975 and currently lives in Lawrence, Kansas. His work and research explores the delicate balance of family, fatherhood and the outcome of the family photo album. Motivated by intellectual and psychological inquiry of these intimate topics, Troy photographs his own
Speaks English, ASL (American Sign Language)
Awarded 2013 Employee Communications Award from Ragan Communications
Business Management and Ethics from Williamson College
Learning to use a camera is highly creative, AND highly technical. Find your balance, learn to use your strengths, and lean on the camera (or other gear) to improve every area of the art! i've been shooting for 12 years, and hired and trained with some of the great photographers around Nashville. The biggest things I've learned are about myself... That is where I specialize! I can help you understand how you shoot. Be the best you can be!
I love people! I enjoy teaching and training, listening and learning, meeting new people and discovering new things. As a Creative Director south of Nashville, I make time to work with children and adults, teaching drawing, photography, Adobe Creative Suite and other creative computer skills. I al
He answer to my question and clarify my doubts and concerns about a particular lens I got.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 12 and up
Teaching since 2001
I have practiced and studied calligraphy since 1991. I taught beginning to intermediate pointed pen script at the International Association of Master Penman annual convention in Louisville in 2017. My experience includes teaching at Sycamore Adult Education and the Greater Cincinnati Calligraphers Guild. I enjoy teaching and have a wealth of information and tips to pass on. Nothing beats having an experienced instructor to guide your hand in this beautiful art. Each letter has a secret and I can't keep a secret.
I am a retired police officer with 4 grandchildren. I grew up in Cincinnati, worked in military intelligence in the US Army for three years, earned a black belt in karate and my pilot's license. I love to read and make art! If a police officer can learn calligraphy, so can you :) All it takes is y
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Upon arrival he asked great questions to understand our level of experience with acrylic painting, and walked us through tutorials on techniques before we started the main topic. Then during the lesson he was patient and adaptable as my girlfriend and I expressed our individual art styles. Overall we had a fantastic time and would recommend to anyone looking for a fun and relaxing way to expand their skills and experiences."
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