The Alexander Art Academy offers the unique experience of learning and being creative in a contemporary art gallery setting.
Our aim is to establish a world-class art academy that focuses on results through skills-based training with practical and career applicable curriculums, by offering initial weekly art classes and workshops that would develop into full-time art classes, art retreats, life-study drawing classes, instructional video lessons, online courses, etc.
Register now for your seat in 2020
Enjoy inspirational art classes with Marc Alexander in a relaxed and creative environment and journey to self-discovery while having fun learning old and new techniques in different mediums and styles.
Beginners to seasoned artists are welcome.
Term 1 (9 Lessons Cost – R2250 at R250 per Lesson)
Monday Classes 20 January – 16 March
Tuesday Classes 21 January – 17 March
Term 2 (10 Lessons Cost – R2500 at R250 per Lesson)
Monday Classes 30 March – 15 June
Tuesday Classes 31 March – 9 June
Term 3 (10 Lessons Cost – R2500 at R250 per Lesson)
Monday Classes 13 July – 15 September
Tuesday Classes 7 July – 15 September
Term 4 (10 Lessons Cost – R2500 at R250 per Lesson)
Monday Classes 28 September – 30 November
Tuesday Classes 29 September – 1 December
* Please note that there will be no art classes on public holidays.
Select a Time Slot
Morning Class –
Afternoon Class – 2pm to 5pm – maximum of 12 students.
Evening Class – 6pm – 9pm – maximum of 12 students.
A pro-rata payment is required for the remainder of the term should you not join at the start.
A 50% deposit paid before the term commences will confirm your seat and the balance must be settled the following month-end. Please send proof of payment to email@example.com, with your initials and surname as reference.Click here for Banking Details
In this course, Marc will offer technical assistance and give step-by-step instructions that will push you to discover your drawing and painting potential. With every session, there will be something new to learn.
Some topics that will be covered
What to bring?
- Your preferred reference printed in
colourand black and white.
- Canvas, paper or any preferable surface to work on.
- A note pad and pen.
- Your own brushes.
- Your own paints.
- A 4mm glass palette – 30cm by 12cm with edges ground smooth.
- A table easel.
- A A4 or A3 sketch-book for drawing exercises.
More about Marc Alexander
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