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drawing is a place

Drawing is a place of refuge and joy. It is a place to unpack and clean out the endless stream of ideas lying inside of us. It is a place to err, to be both/and, and to uncover images that need to be realized.


The aim of this class is to build an intimate relationship with one's drawings through experimentation, continuity, interventions and a supportive cohort. During the weekly Zoom meetings we will draw continuously. We will look at each other's work, and read relevant texts and poetry. I will present on various artists and provide weekly homework drawing prompts. In person we will venture out to draw together in museums, galleries, the natural landscape and other sites. I will also have office hours to meet individually with students.

We will look at a wide variety of genres. Relevant artists include: Elizabeth Murray, Paul Klee, Eva Hesse early drawings, Lee Bontecou, Ree Morton, Dawn Clements, Judy Glantzman, Louise Bourgeois, Albrecht Durer, Ingres, Roy Lichtenstein, Joseph Santore, Giacometti, Jennifer Bartlett, Bruce Connor and many others.

June 11 - July 27 (12 sessions total)

8 virtual sessions: Tuesdays 7-9pm, June 11, 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

4 in-person sessions: Saturdays daytime (exact times variable), June 15, 29, July 13 and 27

Fee: $375 

Limited to 10 spots

Email to register

Cancellation policy
Before June 4: 100% refund
Before June 11: 50% refund
After first class: no refund

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