The process of learning some of the oldest traditions of painting and drawing have taken a very modern turn. Not in the instruction itself, but in the way these methods are being preserved. Technology has allowed us to continue offering these methods in a time where most in person training has come to a screeching halt. While in person learning will forever be the preferred avenue to learn surrounded with like-minded people, we have found that LIVE online instruction can be a very viable alternative. Now more than ever, the internet has made it easier to both hone your craft and learn a new skill. We’ve seen firsthand how staying connected with artists from all over the world can motivate and invigorate the creative process.
When it comes to learning something new, it’s helpful to define why you want to take a class and what you want to get out of it. If you have an online shop, for instance, taking a photography course could help improve your product photos—which can then translate into more sales. Once you’ve determined the type of class you’d like to take, it’s time to do your research on where.