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Drawing Intensive Program for High School Students
The Studio of Harris Martinson offers a limited number of spots each fall and spring for small-group drawing instruction to high-school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The 10-week intensive is designed to establish a foundation in the fundamentals of drawing that will be the bedrock of the student's own ongoing creative practice.
Students will work from observation to gain a fluency in drawing mediums as they explore the use of line, shape, proportion, value, and composition with pencil and charcoal. The Drawing Intensive Program is designed to help students gain confidence in their abilities and develop their own creative voice. Many students will choose use the work completed in the program as part of their college application portfolio.
Student's five-point value study
Who is the Drawing Intensive Program for?The Drawing Intensive Program is for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are eager to learn the fundamentals of drawing in a small-group setting from a working artist.
Do I have to have prior drawing experience?Prior drawing experience is welcome, but not necessary.
When does the Drawing Intensive Program meet?The Drawing Intensive Program meets once a week on Sundays from 2pm to 4:30pm. The program begins on September 17th and concludes on November 19th. If you need to miss a session, make up days are on Wednesdays from 4:30pm to 7pm.
Where does the Drawing Intensive Program Meet?The Drawing Intensive Program meets at the studio of Harris Martinson located at 144 Spencer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11205.
The Studio of Harris Martinson
144 Spencer Street
Brooklyn, NY 11025
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