All studios run from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
THE FIGURE IN TWO DIMENSIONS
Explore traditional and innovative ways to render the human figure in two dimensions. A variety of media and styles are presented. A nude model will be used; parental consent is necessary.
In this class, students learn different tools to help develop drawing skills and techniques, and expand their visual vocabulary. The class covers the basics of linear and aerial perspective as well as a number of traditional and less conventional approaches to composition and drawing.
This studio introduces various methods of screen printing. Students gain skills in additive and photo process printing. The studio also incorporates the history of screen printing and contemporary applications of the process.
This studio stresses basic drawing techniques using graphite, colored pencil and along with water based media. Emphasis is on creating a narrative and developing skills to interpret the story line. Students contextualize their own work by studying and researching the history of illustration.