Description: Students will work with the instructor in drawing from life through various exercises. There may be a person modeling during the sessions in which case the student will learn how to draw the body in addition to still lifes. All models will be clothed. Meets online and in-person on Tuesdays from 9-10:30am from July 21st-August 25th. Limited in-person availability, must be able to meet all safety requirements as listed here.
Instructor: Heather Jessup
Schedule:Tuesday : 9:00-10:30 AM
Starting July 21, Ending August 25
All Students - 18x24 Newsprint pad (any surface texture,) compressed charcoal (choose at least one of the following: 2B, 4B, or 6B, or an assorted pack) kneaded eraser, graphite pencil (anywhere between 2B and HB), pencil sharpener, pen, one of the following sharpening options for the charcoal: sandpaper block or box, and clothing/smock that can be dirtied while drawing.
Students attending online - a space that can get dirty (charcoal and pastels have tendency to create dust that can settle and stain surfaces), a chair, a table, computer with camera and audio capabilities, internet
Students attending in-person - face covering able to be worn for the full session. If a face covering is not with the student, they will be provided with a disposable one while they are on campus.
Optional for online and in-person - drawing clipboard (highly recommended, larger than 18x24,) easel, charcoal pencils, white charcoal, compressed pastel chalk in various colors, 18x24 drawing paper
If a student does not have access to materials and would like to attend the class, please email Broadway Bound at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you need. We will make every effort to provide materials to families who would otherwise not be able to attend.
Restrictions: 4 Students in Person Maximum, 4 Students Virtual Maximum
Price: Broadway Bound continues to offer classes, camps, and workshops for all families interested in participating in theatre and learning theatre skills. Broadway Bound is facing financial hardship as an arts nonprofit at a time where we cannot safely assemble. We ask all families to consider giving at the level of their ability and we thank you for your continued support.