Imaginative Drawing


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Week 1: Monday-Friday; Week 2, Tue-Fri



Imaginative – relating to or characterized by imagination: to form a mental image of something not present: lacking factual reality, fanciful, visionary, fantastic, unreal or unbelievable.

Imagination is an engine for creativity. This course looks to help students explore their artistic process by considering “the imaginative” in a variety of ways, including the personal imagination, the psychological imagination and the collective imagination.  By examining how imagination functions in their work, students find new ways to support their creative practices. Coursework involves non-traditional approaches to drawing, including working from dream imagery, inventing realities, exploring abstraction, creating new tools to draw with, and experimenting with mixed media.


This remote class uses the ZOOM platform.

No class May 27th, Memorial Day

This class has ended.

Andree Leduc

Andree Leduc is a painter and educator originally from Quebec whose work has been exhibited in Boston, MA, Providence, RI, and Ottawa, Canada. She holds an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a BFA from Concordia University, Montreal. She has taught at MassArt and at Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA.