Thursday, April 25, 2019 through Thursday, June 6, 2019 ; 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM ; The registration period has closed for this event.
Registration open through 4/19/2019 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
The registration period has closed for this event.
This intermediate class is suitable for anyone who has taken at least two drawing classes in the past and has an interest in learning how to draw the figure. Students will work from a live model during classes, focusing on different measuring techniques, spatial positioning, and developing technical skills as they relate to drawing the human form. They will gain a deeper understanding of the properties of various drawing media, and how to express volume and depth, as well as developing observational drawing techniques. The list of supplies required for this class can be found on the Classes for Adults page under the column marked 'class supplies' next to the class.
Danforth Art reserves the right to cancel any class, to change instructors, or to reschedule individual classes as needed. We are unable to offer make-up classes if students are absent. Full refunds will be made if a class is canceled by Danforth Art.
Students wishing to cancel a registration must contact the school. Refunds will be given as follows: if the cancellation occurs after the first class, we will refund 80% of tuition cost; after the second class we will refund 60% of the tuition cost; after the third class, there is no refund. Exceptions to this policy can be made only in the event of an emergency. Class tuition is not prorated due to student absences.
Registration is $320.00
There is a 10% discount available to qualifying senior citizens upon registration.
Danforth Art is a Museum and School that invites you to see, learn about, create, and be inspired by art. From the very beginning, Danforth Art has offered a robust series of studio art classes, workshops, and other offerings. During its first term, starting March 1, 1975, Danforth art offered beginning and advanced courses in drawing, painting, printmaking, and other disciplines. And, although our programming has changed over the years, the goal was, and remains, to provide consistently high-quality art-making experiences, taught by professional artists and art educators, and to use authentic works of art to inspire creativity and inquiry in our studios. There are no museum galleries or exhibitions currently in this building.