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  • 1 May 2024 - 28 May 2025

  • 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm, Every Wednesday
  • $200 for a 10 week term

A great class for teens who really want to learn much more about art-making, art history, refine and extend their skills in drawing to develop their own style.

What will be covered in this course?
This is a fundamental course for teens, offering exposure to a range of drawing mediums and gain a deeper understanding of drawing techniques. Students will start off by learning the process of drawing with pencils: Basic Shapes, line, tone/shadow, detail and how to achieve various effects using graphite. This will be done by looking at a simple still life and observational drawing. Then we will apply this knowledge to other forms such as looking at perspective, drawing the figure, learning about portraits and getting really good at using a variety of wet and dry drawing materials such as pencil, charcoal, chalk pastels, ink, oil pastels and more.

By the end of this course students will:

Students will be encouraged to express themselves and start thinking about the themes behind their arts practise and what they wish to convey through a work.
By the end of the course they will have a deeper understanding of the underlying principles of design that determine the effectiveness of their work and how to manipulate them to create more engaging works. Students will have a a number of fully realised works and confidence in their creative direction.

THIS CLASS IS FOR: Teenagers aged 12+ with a strong interest in visual arts

LOCATION: Woolgoolga Gallery 73 Turon Parade Woolgoolga

TIME: Wednesday 4:30-6pm

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