This event is historic and something everyone involved in figurative art should consider attending. By making it available to some students as a scholarship, we’re giving them a chance to be part of this historic movement.
BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) April 18, 2018
The publishers and editor of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine have announced they are providing four full student and two teacher scholarships to attend the upcoming Second Annual Figurative Art Convention & Expo, to be held in Miami at the Biltmore Hotel on November 7-10, 2018.
Scholarships include tickets to the convention, hotel room for three nights, and spending money.
There are four scholarships for art students and a senior scholarship for an individual age 65 or older, as well as two scholarships for art teachers instructing at a high school, college or university, or atelier program.
Details of the scholarship are available at https://figurativeartconvention.com/scholarship-program/
The event, which features four days of art mentorship from several top masters, will focus on figurative and portrait drawing and painting. It will include demonstrations with live models onstage, plus a studio attendees can access for painting from models.
According to publisher Eric Rhoads, “This event is historic and something everyone involved in figurative art should consider attending. By making it available to some students as a scholarship, we’re giving them a chance to be part of this historic movement and a chance to meet top artists to encourage them toward their future as artists.”
Onstage mentors at the conference include artists Casey Baugh (for an optional pre-convention workshop), Michelle Dunaway, David Kassan, William A. Schneider, Burt Silverman, Sadie Valeri, and Rose Frantzen, with more to be announced soon!
The hosts are Fine Art Connoisseur editor-in-chief Peter Trippi and publisher B. Eric Rhoads.
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Fine Art Connoisseur serves art collectors and enthusiasts with innovative articles about representational paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints — both historical and contemporary, American and European.
Over the past decade, the magazine has developed a particularly strong reputation for its editorial coverage of realism, a field of artistic excellence generally overlooked by other periodicals.
Published six times per year, Fine Art Connoisseur is now a widely consulted platform for the world’s most knowledgeable experts, who write articles that inform readers and give them the tools necessary to make better purchasing decisions.