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Leeuwarden-Friesland is in the spotlights in 2018 because the city has been elected European Capital of Culture. Combine an artistic course or workshop of Art Academy Friesland with a visit to this beautiful city and region. For more information, go to www.friesland.nl/culturele-hoofdstad
Always wanted to sculpt like Robin or paint like Monet? In this special Cultural Year, Kunstacademie Friesland is treating you to a great variety of fascinating, inspiring and, above all, educational courses.
In no fewer than 10 picturesque locations, in specific workshops, we will plunge in the arts and crafts of sculptin, painting or watercolouring. But there are also superfun workshops in which we enjoy working in the open air with landart or creating a colourful inflatable artwork.
All courses and workshops are for (absolute) beginners and for advanced students.
In May, June, July and August. There are day-, weekend- and week-courses.
Take a look at the overview and find a course or workshop that is right for you!
Need a B & B / hotel or camping nearby? The tourist office can always help you find the accommodation of your choice. Check out these websites for accommodations: www.vvvleeuwarden.nl and www.vvvfriesland.nl
On some locations arrangements are offered for visiting artguests.
The winter program of Friesland Academy runs from September till April every year. This program will be available online from March 1st. It includes new artistic courses, workshops and weekends for beginning and advanced painters or artists
Vocational Training VISUAL
Except courses, workshops and weekends there is the 5-year Professional Training for those who seek further development.
Arts Academy Friesland trains students to become professional artists. The professional field is a dynamic field that mostly develops interfaces between different disciplines and areas of society. Within this field graduate students have to choose position and create their own space. This requires a developed professional attitude and vision. A vision that goes beyond their own work, but which also puts this in an art historical context, within society.