Cameron University’s Katherine Liontas-Warren to teach drawing workshop

Cameron University Professor of Art Katherine Liontas-Warren will conduct “Self-Discovery through Drawing,” a workshop for high school teachers at the Oklahoma Arts Institute from October 10-13.  During the workshop, Liontas-Warren will demonstrate drawing techniques and will provide one-on-one critique.

“I love working with high school art teachers, as they provide crucial fundamentals and foundations for students who go on to major in art at the university level,” says Liontas-Warren. “Working with fellow educators also gives me the opportunity to learn different techniques that I can apply to my work as an artist and educator.”

Participants will create a variety of drawings through experimentation of compositions while extrapolating elements to create new and unique drawings on a larger scale. Students may work from current/new drawings or sketches pertaining to any subject matter and will have the option to work in an abstract, expressive, or realistic manner.

An award-winning artist, Liontas-Warren joined the Cameron University faculty in 1984. She teaches drawing, watercolor, and printmaking. She was honored with the Oklahoma Governor's Art and Education Award in 2014 and has also been named Artist of the Year by the Paseo Art Association and Artist and Educator of the Year by the Lawton Arts and Humanities Council. Her work has been exhibited in more than 400 national solo, invitational and juried competitive exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad. She has received numerous purchase and juried awards. Her prints and drawings can be found in permanent collections in museums and institutions throughout the nation.

Art is one of nearly 50 majors offered by Cameron University, a publicly funded state university with campuses in Lawton and Duncan. The university is committed to providing its students a top-quality education from caring and qualified faculty. To learn more about studying art or other subjects at Cameron University, visit or call the Office of Admissions at 580-581-2289 for enrollment information.



September 26, 2019