Free Online Lecture with Scott Anderson

The online art school, BC Applied Arts, is featuring the outstandingly talented and accomplished artist, Scott Anderson, in BCAA's free, online lecture series, Illustration Industry. The lecture is scheduled for this Friday, April 1 at 2:00 pm CST. It is live, online, and open to the public! Sign up for the lecture below and we will send you an access link to the class the day of the lecture.

The lecture will include an in-depth interview led by instructor Terry Brown. It will be followed by a Q&A and/or demo by Scott Anderson.

About Scott Anderson
Scott Anderson is an illustrator residing in Santa Barbara, CA. His work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators New York, the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles, the 3x3 Illustration Annual, and multiple volumes of Spectrum.

 

 

 

 

About BC Applied Arts
Bethany College Applied Arts Path is an innovative Bachelor of Arts program where the artists who are redefining our industry are redefining arts education to make it more affordable, accessible and applicable to a real world career.

very class day you will learn directly from the best talent in the industry not just as guest lectures, but as your course instructors live, virtually, from their studios. Every online class session offers real time, two-way communication with the instructors and fellow students.

No other schools offer this kind of daily access to top professionals who can guide your portfolio development from a real world perspective — directly connecting your class experience to your future in the industry.

About The Illustration Academy
Our annual five-week illustration workshop is located in Kansas City, KS. For over 20 years, The Illustration Academy has been a leading educational program. Structured like an artist's bootcamp, each day is full of studio time, demonstrations, lectures, drawing, critiques, tutorials, and research. In addition to this packed schedule, students study and practice figure drawing with a  live model. Many evenings are reserved for sidebar demonstrations by the faculty and networking opportunities.