Urban Sketching: What, Where, Why & How
An event every week that begins at 6:30 PM on Monday, repeating until September 30, 2019
Instructor, Agnes Wnuk
Mondays, September 16, 23, 30
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
What is Urban Sketching? Documenting places, people & events in real time, on location. Plein air sketching inside and outside, locally or while traveling Inside: restaurants, museums, theaters, cafes, schools, public buildings, malls, buses, trains… Outside: cityscape, townscape, landscape, parks, gardens, seaside, beaches, street scenes. Events inside and out: parades, fairs, meetings, concerts, parties, strikes, art exhibits, library.
This course is designed as an introduction for the Urban Sketching beginner. It provides the student with a skill set and strategies designed to make the urban sketching experience enjoyable and productive. Handouts provide tips and strategies to orient students to urban sketching possibilities. Throughout the class students will develop a sketchbook with examples to use as a reference and guide in the field. The fee for the 4-week class is $150 which includes all supplies. Each student will receive their own sketch book, travel set of watercolors and pens. Class size is limited to 8 students. For those students returning, the fee is $110. Please use the drop-down menu bar when registering.