Figure Drawing for High School Students
- OAK Campus
- Instructor: James Sterling Pitt
- Saturday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., October 3-December 5 (no class November 28)
- 9 sessions. $295. Noncredit.
- Prerequisite: current enrollment in high school
California College of the Arts offers this course as a special opportunity for high school students to develop their drawing skills and experience drawing from a live model. Please note that a model is not employed for the first class meeting. Students spend the first class focusing on a variety of drawing issues in anticipation of drawing from the model. All nine subsequent sessions involve drawing from a nude model.
Bring to first class: 20” x 26” drawing board with clips, 18” x 24” pad of 80 lb weight drawing paper, #4B graphite pencil, two sticks vine charcoal (medium or jumbo size), General's soft charcoal pencil, kneaded eraser, masking (artist's) tape.
Oakland campus, Ralls 201
Office Hours: Monday–Friday
8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
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