How One Art School Adjusted to the Pandemic
5 monthes ago - By Gurney Journey
Shutdowns and social distancing have presented real challenges to brick-and-mortar art schools. Anthony Walsh, founder of the Montreal-based concept art academy called Syn Studio, was kind enough to answer some of my questions about how they have adapted.
What was the original vision for your school at Syn Studio?
Syn Studio started as a traditional art school offering life drawing and then oil painting classes. Back then we were just lucky that some of our first teachers were also incredible artists such as Charles Vinh and Geof Isherwood who were working on some of the most exciting...
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