There is a different emphasis on different days.
Life Drawing Monday and Tuesday
Hours 9.15am- 12pm (morning class) and 12.45 pm -3.30 pm ( afternoon class).
On Monday, poses range from a few minutes to half day and full day. Students concentrate on their figure drawing and develop an understanding of human anatomy. As well as a systematic analysis of anatomy from the live model, students explore line and tone, in the process training their visual memory. Tutor Keith Dewell
On Tuesday, the model holds short poses, ranging from five minutes to half an hour.Tutor Andrew Paviour
The aim, with continued attendance, is for students to gain a sound knowledge of anatomy in order to depict the figure in an expressive, dynamic fashion.
Wednesday and Thursday
Wednesday and Thursday: 9:15am – 12:00pm (morning class) and 12:45pm – 3:30pm (afternoon class). On Wednesdays, there is a different pose in morning and the afternoon for either drawing or quick oil sketches.
Tutor on Wednesday- Keith Dewell
Thursday – Tutor Frank Giacco. Term 1, 2018 will focus on the features of the face.
Models hold both short and long poses, progressing to maintaining the same pose for up to 3 to 5 weeks. Shorter poses enable students to build their skills with increased practice.
Thursday’s classes range from concentrating on individual features to extended poses over several weeks.
Friday and Saturday
Friday: 9:15am – 12:00pm (morning class) and 12:45pm – 3:30pm (afternoon class). Tutor Chris Browne
Saturday: 10:00am – 12:45pm (morning class) and 1:30pm – 4:15pm (afternoon class)Tutor Sally Ryan
The model holds the same pose for the 10 week term on Fridays and 5 to 10 weeks on Saturdays
Students explore drawing and flesh-painting styles in oil, from laying- in to final glazing, as well as matching tones, mixing colours and paint application .
Some prior drawing experience is advisable.
Students may enroll from one class per week to 10 classes per week (full time).