Fall Semester 2017
Wednesdays beginning on September 27 (7-9:30pm). Last class is December 6.
Online registration: Thursday-Friday, September 7-8, beginning at 12 noon. First come-first served.
NOTE: This course fills up quickly, but it is offered every semester.
Drawing from the human figure is an enjoyable and powerful exploration into the cultural context of one’s own world. This course uses simple materials—charcoal and erasers, inks and brushes—as means of discovery. Ideas evolve through the process of the “drawn” language. Specific classroom exercises focus on visual analysis and the skills needed for expressive 2D form such as line, tone, mass and illusionistic space. Frequent individual critiques help students personalize their creative thinking. As in any practice, the more one draws the more comfortable one becomes with the materials and processes. It does not assume any prior experience or that one will become an artist but it prepares all to do stronger work in fields that depend upon creative thinking.
Location: Currier House "Tree House" (Radcliffe Quadrangle, 64 Linnaean Street)
Class Schedule: Classes meet Wednesdays, 7:00-9:30 PM*
October 4, 11, 18, 25
November 1, 8, 15, 29
*In addition to the listed class dates, there will also be a sketch class held at the Harvard Art Museums (day/time to be determined in the fall.)
Class limited to 15 (12 undergraduates, 3 graduate students). Registration fee: $40.00 (Check or Term-Bill)
Students bring to first class: TO BE EMAILED TO ALL CONFIRMED REGISTRANTS
If you have questions, email Stephanie Troisi, Student Services Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org