Every illustrator is a storyteller at heart. Learn about character development and narrative techniques, research and develop ideas, characters, stories, and settings to create imagery. Explore illustration on paper or digitally.

Deepen your understanding of the perceptual, emotional/psychological, technical and aesthetic aspects of color through studio practice. Learning to perceive and articulate color in response to observation will be emphasized. While this course is designed primarily for painters and illustrators, the content is applicable to color use in multiple contexts.  

Start Date

09/05

Meeting Day

Thursday

End Date

10/17

Faculty

Nancy McCarthy

Time

6:30pm–10pm

Credits

1.5

Using plant life as the basis for experimentation and documentation, this class gives students an opportunity to explore various drawing techniques and media based on the natural world. We will draw, paint, use mixed-media and printmaking to create informed mark-making, solidify sketching and journaling skills, and give form to your observations. Subject … Read more

Start Date

09/21

Meeting Day

Saturday

End Date

11/02

Faculty

Diane Bigda

Time

10am–3pm

Credits

0