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The New School

Drawing in New York City

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Overview / Abstract:

This course gets you out into the city drawing at indoor and outdoor locations. You’ll learn how to depict a landscape or interior in an expressive and cohesive composition that captures value, space, form, and movement. Beginning and advanced students draw using their own approach while remaining aware of the solutions reached by successful artists throughout history. Critiques and discussion help students develop analytic and evaluative skills. Instruction will be one-on-one and geared to the needs of each student. Drawing sites may include the High Line, The Met, the Central Park Zoo, and the Central Park Conservatory Garden. First session meets at the southwest corner of Union Square Park, inside the dog run. We will draw the dogs and the Greenmarket. (In case of rain, we will meet at the subway entrance at the southwest corner of the park). Bring a 9”x12” sketchbook (100 sheets, 80 lb.), a woodless graphite 6B pencil, and a kneaded eraser to the first class.
Limited to 16. Open to Non-Credit and Certificate Students. Open to Degree students with permission of program

Expiration

Dec 12, 2020

Discipline(s)

Graphic Design

Format

Live / Seminar

Cost

699.00

Keywords / Search Terms

The New School Seminar CE CME

LIVE Activity Location Details

Date(s)
11-30--0001

New York City
 

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