The Modbo is excited to announce its next round of art classes—Four whole new classes this time!  Have you been wanting to try your hand at something new or expand upon your artistic experience?  These fun classes draw a great, eclectic mix of students and take place in the coolest possible art studio environment, downtown in the Alley Arts District. Don’t miss your chance to get a space in these very popular classes!  Space is very limited, so please reserve your space by emailing themodbo@gmail.com as soon as possible.

On Monday nights, beginning July 25th, The Modbo will offer an Intermediate Oil Painting Class taught by Brett Andrus.  The class will run for ten sessions, and each class goes from 5:30 pm to 7 pm.  $135 with a $10 model fee.  Some oil painting experience is required for this class; please contact themodbo@gmail.com to determine the most appropriate level for you.

Also on Monday nights, beginning July 25th, The Modbo will offer an Introduction to Oil Painting Class, taught by Brett Andrus.  This class is ten sessions long and goes from7:30 pm until 9 pm.  $135 with a $10 model fee.  No experience required.

On Tuesday nights, beginning July 26th, The Modbo will offer an Advanced Oil Painting Class, taught by Brett Andrus.  This class is ten sessions long and goes from 5:30 pm until 7 pm.  $125 with a $10 model fee.  A strong foundation in oil painting is required.

On Tuesday nights, beginning July 26th, The Modbo will offer an Introduction to Drawing Class.  This class is ten sessions long and goes from 7:30 pm until 9 pm.  $125 with a $10 model fee.  No experience required.

About the teacher:

Brett Andrus is a Savannah College of Art and Design graduate and a co-owner of The Modbo and S.P.Q.R.  Having shown along both the Front Range and the East Coast, he is now an active member of The Modbo Collective and has a solo show in May.  Andrus curates both The Modbo and S.P.Q.R. as well as several satellite restaurants and bars in the Colorado Springs area.  He has been teaching drawing and painting classes out of The Modbo for over two years.