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Old 10-02-2018, 08:23 PM
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Re: Online Art Courses...

yes,,ceevee you are right...let us see what the mods/ guides come up with...but what I dont understand is that unless we want a diploma/degree/certificate like that , learning for the sake of learning can happen here it self, they have so many structured classes for dif fields, mediams,etc..!
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Old 02-08-2019, 03:57 AM
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Re: Online Art Courses...

There is an independent site now that has started to review online painting courses. Since it is not on any vendors site, it should be reliable. You can see their rankings of online painting courses here:
See: https://en.softonic.com/solutions/wh...inting-courses

Originally Posted by ceevee
I wish there was a site for reviewing and critiquing all manner of online art classes. It is 2018 now and there are more and more people getting into the online teaching business, some obviously pushing their products, others only a step ahead of myself. And the fees are rising steadily. I need to spend wisely and need to know if there is a mechanism for honest description of online classes. Anyone have any suggestions? You can tell I've been burnt and need to be more selective, but it's like stumbling in the dark.

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