High school students can have their work critiqued by award-winning children’s book illustrator and fine artist E.B. Lewis during a three-hour workshop Saturday in his Hammonton studio.

The Discipline of a Professional Artist in His Studio is one in a series of art workshops offered by a consortium of Atlantic County arts groups, said Cynthia Mason Purdie, administrator of the Atlantic County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs.

Lewis, of Folsom, will also talk with teens about the discipline and balance needed to succeed as an artist, including professional ethics and protection of one’s creative side.

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Purdie said there is still space available. The workshop will run from 9 a.m. to noon for one group, and again from 1 to 4 p.m. The cost is $10.

Other workshops in March and April include printmaking at Richard Stockton College on March 23; student art portfolio presentation preparation at the Hammonton Arts Center on March 23; introduction to the computer and graphic design at Stockton on March 23 ; preparing for college dance auditions at Stockton on April 13; digital portrait making at Stockton on April 13; student art portfolio presentation preparation at Hammonton Arts Center on April 13; and songwriting at the Eagle Theatre in Hammonton on April 20.

The organizations involved are Atlantic Cape Community College, Hammonton Arts Center, the Eagle Theatre, Cygnus Creative Arts Center in Egg Harbor Township, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton College in Galloway Township, the Noyes Gallery in Hammonton and the Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.

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