During these times of Shelter in Place, limited group gatherings and ever changing access to indoor activities, Visual Philosophy as always is pivoting to embrace working the way we can during these uncertain times. We remain committed to art, education and providing opportunities for our studio artists. A new way we are doing this is with private tutorials taught by our in-house artists and educators.
The School of Visual Philosophy has limited its class sizes and has been forced to work primarily outdoors, but that leaves an opportunity for our studio artists to augment their businesses, audience and profit with private lessons. Hosting one student at a time stays within the parameters of the county ordinances and provides artists with a unique way to create income and educate their community doing what they do best!
Each of our artists has a different way of working and can provide their own expertise in their media. Much like the atelier education model that is gaining a resurgence among artists, these new private lessons are designed to give students one on one access to a working artist's studio as well as in-depth education tailored to their specific needs.
Serving our community of artists and students is Visual Philosophy's way of staying alive during this current pandemic, but also of giving a fresh approach to how artists communicate, learn and practice art. Check out our Classes page here to register for a private session with one of our studio artists!