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Sierra Nevada College Visiting Artist Workshops in Lake Tahoe, Nevada
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Sierra Nevada College Visiting Artist Workshops
Website www.sierranevada.edu/workshops
Year Established 1984
Program Description Workshops in photography, digital arts, ceramics, glassblowing, painting and drawing, printmaking, paper crafts, art history, art education, and performing arts.
Number of Programs/Year 20
Program Length Weekend-2 wks; most are 1 wk
Group Size or S:T Ratio 6-14:1
Program Focus Fine Art, Darkroom, Artistic Technique, Digital, Wildlife
Faculty 15-20 visiting artists with national reputations.
Costs $360/workshop (noncredit) includes lunches. Some workshops have lab fees. Optional on-campus housing is $275/wk, including breakfasts.
U.S. Locations Lake Tahoe, Nevada
Months June, July, August
Contact Sheri Leigh
Summer Art Director
Sierra Nevada College
999 Tahoe Blvd
Incline Village, NV 89451
United States
Phone: 800-332-8666 x5039, 775-831-1314 x5039
Fax: 775-832-1727
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